I had an idea for a new series of threads to post occasionally (and anyone else who wants to): discussing past (or presently struggling) vehicles. What held it back? Did the market want it at all? What changes, if any, would have saved it?
To debut this thread series, I am bringing up the Lincoln LS. Though it limped across the finish line in 2006 when the Zephyr largely replaced it, initial sales of the LS were strong, selling 51,000+ in 2000 (so says Wikipedia). But in 2004 sales were almost half that.
What do you think should have been done? I'll add my thoughts in a while if this thread receives some attention.