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DequindreToo

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    RAM June Sales

    Has GM been losing a sizable amount of total pickup truck market share in recent months (not just raw numbers on individual models)?
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    GM Sales Q2 & June 2019

    The Blazer is turning out to be a bit of a flop.
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    RAM June Sales

    Is that a bad sign for Ford?
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    New Ford Puma

    I could see this doing really well in the US market, especially with the younger woman that like Jeep Renegades, Buick Encores, Honda CR-Vs, etc.
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    GM urges patience as Silverado falls to No. 3

    Bob Lutz must not get invited to too many GM company picnics anymore.
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    Buick Enspire Spied

    "Enivision" is a name that I'm sure GM wants to bury here in the US. People are not pleased by GM's outsourcing plans.
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    2021 Escalade Interior Spied

    The people in the "I hate floating tablet screens" set will be unhappy.
  8. Those initial XT6/Aviator comparisons should be entertaining reads. 😂
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    David Woodhouse Resigns

    It would be neat to see Wolff lead that forward transformation (slowly). I'm a big fan of the 2013 MKZ. His design risks paid off well IMO.
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    David Woodhouse Resigns

    Does Max Wolff still work for Lincoln?
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    Ford Drops 325HP Fusion Sport

    It's a shame that they didn't do more aesthetic changes to the Fusion Sport. That may have drummed up some more interest.
  12. 1,702 for the Lincoln MKZ isn't bad, especially for an older sedan in a dying segment. The MKZ has been surprisingly resilient during this generation's production run. It wasn't exactly a darling of the press either.
  13. I wasn't sure about Woodhouse at first, but he seems to be doing a good job at bringing attention to the brand through design.
  14. Concerning the platform, do you guys expect it to be a luxury SUV? Luxury truck? Luxury sports car?
  15. The Lincoln brand is rumored to be the first to gain a new battery-electric vehicle based on Rivian’s skateboard electric vehicle architecture. The rumor comes just a week after Ford Motor Company announced a $500 million equity investmentinto the electric vehicle startup company. Ford disclosed plans to leverage Rivian’s platform for a Lincoln product at a recent employee town hall regarding the Rivian investment, according to sources in attendance. Details of the vehicle were not disclosed and, frankly, likely still being worked out between Ford and Rivian given the newness of the deal. http://www.autoverdict.com/ford/lincoln/rumor-mill-lincoln-getting-rivian-based-ev/
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