Two years after the second-generation MKX debuted, the premium midsize crossover built in Oakville, Ont., will undergo a freshening for the 2018 model year that resembles the face of Lincoln's latest cars and light trucks.
Lincoln is ready to find a new and more youthful audience, says Ford of Canada President Mark Buzzell. Lincoln buyers have traditionally been older, and Buzzell said he is focused on changing that.
Lincoln's new extended-length Navigator will be nearly a foot longer and include more cargo space than the redesigned regular 2018 Navigator. A special edition Black Label will be available in the U.S., but not in Canada.
Luxury automakers are expanding their reach in Canada by grabbing an increasingly bigger piece of the compact and subcompact segment, according to auto researchers at J.D. Power.
Ford of Canada says it will expand its customer service division with a new Omnicraft brand of aftermarket parts to cover non-Ford and non-Lincoln vehicles.
BlackBerry and Canada are opening a research centre for self-driving cars that raises the possibility of government backing for the former smartphone maker's automotive software unit.
Ford Motor Co. today recalled approximately 650,000 vehicles in North America, including 35,614 in Canada, with faulty seat belt anchor pretensioners associated with at least two accidents and two injuries.
A team of professors is in Stratford, Ont., test driving two Lincoln MKZ sedans equipped with several functions critical in developing self-driving cars.
Ford said today it is recalling nearly 1,900 2017 Lincoln Continentals in the United States and Canada for possible defective headlamp assemblies. The vehicles went on sale last month.