In 1956, the designation of the world's most expensive car belonged to Lincoln.
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Hybrid naysayers constantly say hybrids aren't worth the extra cost because it will take years to recover the premium paid for their high-tech vehicles versus a non-hybrid equivalent.
Lincoln isn't bringing the MKS to China when it launches later this year, as there are talks of a "new large sedan" that will be better-suited to that specific market.
Following a stagnant May sales month, Ford posted a big 13.6 percent year-over year sales gain for June, totaling 194,114, and year-to-date sales are up 12.4 percent on the heels of strong sales for new cars and SUVs.