In the No.1 ad for the week of Feb. 15-21, Lincoln proclaims that even in frigid places, such as Alaska’s Kenai Mountains, the Corsair and the brand’s other luxury utility vehicles provide “comfort in the extreme.”
The big lesson here is: Don’t cancel your contracts with chip suppliers, or you’ll just go to the back of the line. Instead, keep your orders but push them back a bit. It’s easier to step back into line a couple of months down the road if you’ve...
Feb 25, 2021
How is the Biden Administration changing U.S. trade policy for the auto industry? Attorney Les Glick, of Butzel Long International Trade and Customs Specialty Team, talks with GlobalAutoIndustry.com.
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“We’re going to be a much stronger company going forward,” he says, adding, “We have new products you haven’t even seen yet” in addition to vehicles such as the highly touted Ford Mustang Mach-E and Ford Bronco.
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