Cadillac has grabbed the spotlight in recent years with products such as the CTS and Escalade, but Ford wants to make sure that buyers don't forget about Lincoln, which represents its own take on domestic automotive luxury.
Though every limo service's favorite steeds, the Lincoln Town Car and Lincoln Navigator, continue to shuttle travelers throughout America, the company has worked hard to flesh out the rest of the lineup with modern, competitive cars and crossovers. The best example is the Lincoln MKS, a rather large and spacious sedan available in front- and all-wheel-drive variants blanketed by a sleek exterior. The Lincoln MKT offers a similar experience in large crossover guise.
Visitors of a dealer's showroom will also find the Lincoln MKZ sedan (formerly called the Lincoln Zephyr) that represents a more upscale interpretation of the Ford Fusion/Mercury Milan, and the Lincoln MKX, which does the same for the Ford Edge. The Lincoln Aviator and Lincoln LS are no longer produced.
Prices range from about $35,000 for the Lincoln MKZ to more than $50,000 for the Lincoln Navigator.