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Saying that its Chauffeur program is “generating a lot of interest,” Ford Motor Co.'s Lincoln luxury brand has expanded the recently-launched pilot program to a second market.
Lincoln is expanding a recently-launched pilot program that lets users summon a chauffeur to drive them around in their own car.
A top marketing executive at Ford, once identified as an Automotive News Rising Star, is leaving the company at a time when its U.S. market share is sliding.
Ford's sales dropped 7.1 percent in April -- its fourth-straight US monthly decline -- because of poor retail performance and declines in the car and truck segments as demand continues to cool.
Lincoln probably wouldn't survive as a stand-alone company, and if Ford isn't careful, it risks leaving Lincoln to the same fate as Mercury, Oldsmobile and Plymouth, a reader writes.
Lincoln expects the redesigned 2018 Navigator, which goes on sale this fall, to recapture the nameplate's now-faded prominence in a growing segment.
Lincoln says it is successfully differentiating itself via experiences, rather than vehicle features. Now it wants to craft the experience before designing the car.
Ford's Lincoln Navigator has been redesigned and re-engineered to be lighter, faster, more spacious and more luxurious to help the brand recapture lost ground in the profitable full-size luxury SUV market.
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Ford's March sales slipped for the third straight month thanks to a cutback in fleet sales and a weak car market.
BMW aims for Mercedes, but may hit Cadillac, Lincoln; Porsche profit tops $17K per car; Ally profit warning stokes used-car price worries; Toyota to reveal freshened Sienna, Yaris.
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