Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Re: Lincoln Needs A Van
Wow most don't agree?
Seriously though, I'm not understanding how many don't see the potential for a luxury
Lincoln transportation van (yes even in the US). How would that lessen Lincolns "credibility" if it's only available for the livery market or special "coach" orders? It would definitely decrease the number of Navigators, Continentals, and MKT's used in the livery market. If anything, the broad use of mainstream models like Navi and Conti lessens Lincoln's credibility as a luxury marque. Using the Transit Connect platform would obviously reduce R&D and Lincoln is proving that it can now sufficiently differentiate itself from the Ford products its vehicles are based on.
Clearly I'm not talking about work versions for tradesmen, that would obviously be out of the question for a Lincoln, Ford can take care of that segment.
Something like this for a base model (a black labled version would be outstanding).
Because people see a fleet of Lincolns outside waiting at the airport and think cheap fleet vehicle that's just a fancier taxi.
2009 Ford Flex Limited w/ AWD
Light Ice Blue/White Suede Roof | Med. Lt. Stone Interior | Vista Roof
2018 Ford Mustang GT Convertible
Lightning Blue | Black Top | Black Interior