I'm not a fan of the grill - it looks aftermarket to me. And when I say aftermarket I mean it doesn't look right on the car. Otherwise it has that kind of generic concept "hey look at me" look - could be any company. Could be because Lincoln doesn't really have a look or a face to make it recognizable as a Lincoln.
waste of a leak.....
IF IT AINT RWD; AND A CHEVY I DONT RIDE IT!!!!!
ALL CHEVY'S NEED TO BE RWD!!!!!
I like it, and it looks practically production-ready! Way to go Lincoln!
Just another re-badged Ford Escape.(sarcasm)
I really like it! It looks very athletic.
Need to see the interior and rear to really judge. I had a bad first reaction, though. I don't like how the placement of the grill emphasizes the height of the front.
However unrealistic they may turn out to be, the direction of my future vehicle ambitions hinges on this reveal.
I like it. This is a good use of Lincoln s new design language
I didn't go to math school, so I'm not going to do the math.
I guess that you'd really need to be president of the Lincoln fan club to get excited about that.
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Looks promising. I look forward to seeing the rear plus the profile. I hope that internally and mechanically it is vastly better than the Escape.
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