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Bon voyage to Lincoln's 'MK' confusion

Automotive News (blog) - Dec 4, 2017
LOS ANGELES — If there was any lingering doubt within Lincoln Motor Co. over plans to stop using alphabetic "MK" names for its vehicles, an awkward airport encounter witnessed by the brand's marketing chief removed all uncertainty. Robert Parker ...

For $1995, Could You Fall For This Luxurious 1988 Lincoln Mk VII LSC?

Jalopnik - Jan 16, 2018
... of you, and the car fell in a Crack Pipe loss. The comments on the car leaned to the “none too kind” neighborhood as well. You know what we need? Something sedate and without polarization, that's what. Hmmm, how about this 1988 Lincoln MK VII LSC?

How an airport argument reinforced Lincoln's decision to kill the MK names

Automotive News (blog) - Nov 29, 2017
LOS ANGELES -- After years of suggesting it might happen, Lincoln executives on Tuesday formally declared the death of the brand's confusing "MK" naming convention, starting with the MKX's switch to the Nautilus. But Robert Parker, Lincoln's head of ...

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2017 Lincoln MKC - Review and Road Test

The Lincoln MKC is the latest salvo in Lincoln's war on mediocrity. Though it shares its underpinnings with the Ford Escape, the MKC looks and feels more ...

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2014 Lincoln MKZ EcoBoost AWD Test Drive Video Review

http://www.autobytel.com/lincoln/mkz/2014/?id=32972 The Lincoln MKZ with the EcoBoost engine and AWD system allows this car to have a dual personality: it ...

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2019 Lincoln MKZ - FULL REVIEW!

edmunds expert review For decades, American car shoppers have typically gravitated toward European and Japanese brands for entry-level luxury sedans.