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Henry Stanford, who co-founded Michigan's Varsity Automotive Group, died on Friday. He was 70.
Lincoln plans to introduce the production version of the Aviator crossover in L.A., roughly eight months after it showed off a "production preview" in New York.
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Scott Tobin, a key architect of Lincoln's turnaround as its director of product development, has abruptly elected to retire from the company effective later this week.
Ford's U.S. light-vehicle sales sank 11 percent to 196,496 in September. The decline dropped Ford behind FCA US, whose sales jumped 15 percent to 199,819, for the first time since November 2015.
While Lincoln has no plans to discontinue its subscription pilot, officials say they'll have to alter the service — including getting dealerships more involved — if it's ever to grow beyond the test phase.
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If Lincoln Motor Co. is to hit its goal of 300,000 global sales by the end of the decade, it's going to need fresh product — and it has plenty of that coming in the next few years.
Ford Motor Co. plans a product blitz that it says will create the freshest showroom in the industry by the end of this decade.
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Lincoln is asking dealers in the 30 top U.S. luxury markets to build stand-alone showrooms, reversing an effort to consolidate with Ford stores now that the brand has become more viable.
Ford's U.S. sales slipped 3.3 percent to 194,026 in July as car demand fell sharply and SUV and crossover sales dropped slightly from a year ago.
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