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Luxury and Technology: Lincoln MKX

Are you in the market for a luxury-crossover vehicle that comes with desired technology features? The new Lincoln MKX from Williams Ford Lincoln may be the vehicle for you. Below are two features that make it one of the most popular in its class:

  • Enhanced Active Park Assist - The Lincoln MKX comes with available enhanced park assist that helps the driver get in or out of any parking situation they may encounter. Utilizing ultrasonic sensors, this feature assists with perpendicular parking and also helps maneuver into even the tightest parallel parking space. 
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Lincoln MKC Features on Autotrader's 2016 List of “Must Test Drive” Vehicles

The 2016 Lincoln MKC has been changing hearts and minds over at Autotrader, which recently published its 2016 list of “Must Test Drive” vehicles featuring none other than the 2016 MKC. The 2016 MKC is a stylish compact luxury SUV boasting a hefty offering of available tech features that will make you reevaluate the way you’ve been thinking about Lincoln. These aren’t just your parents’ cars.



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Can Lincoln's Multi-Contour Seats Fix Your Muscle Fatigue?

"I was originally a physical therapist," said Marc Turina, "then I started to think to myself, 'why am I waiting around for people to get hurt and then trying to fix them?'"

He became an ergonomist to help people make better decisions to protect their bodies.

One thing, he noticed, is the impact of prolonged sitting. Many people with back injuries find they have trouble sitting for long periods of time. Part of the problem is that most seats are one-size-fits-all, and the human body is not.

Car seats often offer several points of adjustment to help drivers stay comfortable…

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What Does the Lincoln Emblem Represent?

Our brand logo, often called the Lincoln star, is iconic. Since the 1950s, it has symbolized luxury with its simple, elegant design. But where did it come from?


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The Lincoln Motor Company was named after President Abraham Lincoln himself. The company's founder, Henry M. Leland, voted for Lincoln in 1864, and always admired the man.

The Lincoln star, however, has nothing to do with Honest Abe.

During World War I, Lincoln got its start as an aircraft engine…

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Celebrating the Authentic Experience, Getting Back to the Farm

Chef Ian Knaue used to hate working on the farm.

When he was growing up, working long days in the field was a requirement. Every aching-muscle, and drop of sweat he resented. When he grew up, he fulfilled his dream of escaping to the big city.

He got a high-paying job in Times Square, as far away from the country as he could get.

Yet, life has a funny way of surprising us. The concrete jungle wasn't satisfying.

He found he missed the farm.

There's a sense of connection you miss out on when you don't see…

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Psychological Benefits of Music

Does Good Music Have a Psychological Benefit?

When your favorite tune comes on the radio, it can make you feel like dancing. When you hear that tragic country-western ballad, it can make you feel like crying.

What is the effect of music, really? Is it all in our head, so to speak, or does music actually control how we feel?

While not every song is going to flip your neurology upside-down, music does influence your brain chemistry.

Listening to pleasant music can release serotonin, the neurotransmitter thought to be responsible for feelings of happiness. This same effect has even been…

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Sit In the Lap of Luxury with the New Lincoln MKX

No ones like back pain. Unfortunately it's all too common, especially because seating in places where you spend a lot of time, like your office or car, may not be up to par. With the 2016 Lincoln MKX, however, your back can finally be properly supported.

As ergonomist Marc Turina talks about below, the MKX offers intentional and adjustable seating that can help properly align your spine. The starting price of $38,100 and fuel economy of up to 26 mpg highway aren't bad, either.

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Lincoln Interprets Luxury

Lincoln took the time to dive into what luxury truly means, and ended up with art.



The manufacturer worked with filmmakers to produce videos like the one above that express different elements of luxury. The videos are accompanied by brief definitions of the concepts they explore. For expansion, for example, the accompanying text reads: "It’s about opening

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What does beauty mean to you?

Lincoln has some interesting thoughts on the concept.



Simple. Resonant. Proportionate. The forthcoming 2016 Lincoln Continental promises to be all of these and more. In fact, a recent Road & Track article (available here:

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