Global director of marketing, sales, and service for Lincoln, Matt VanDyke sat down with Bradford Wernle of Automotive News to talk about the new MKZ, about why it's more than two months behind on delivering the vehicle to customers.
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In June this year, Ford led its domestic rivals in the largest sales increase compared to its June 2010 sales.
Lincoln is seeking its fortune westward...far across the Pacific, and hoping it'll fare better in China than it has here.
The Lincoln MKZ will go on sale in the fall, but Lincoln has already released prices for it, and with a base price of $35,925, it undercuts the equally-new Lexus ES 350 by a mere $175.