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2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Edition: Suicide doors are back

Follow Joel Next year, 80 2019 Lincoln Continental owners will bring back memories of Lincoln’s 1960s glory days when they open their car’s doors. That’s because coach doors, more popularly known as suicide doors, will return with the limited edition 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Edition for the first time since 1969 Lincoln made the iconic

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2019 Mercedes-AMG G63 will set you back $148,495

2019 Mercedes-AMG G 63 The 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63 will hit the trails and coddle drivers with a base price of $ 148,495, the brand announced Monday. The starting price includes a mandatory $ 995 destination and delivery fee. The 2019 G-Class gets the first major change in the model’s history. It’s the first time since

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The deal is back: 800-horsepower Ford Mustang GT for $39,995

Follow Jeff 2019 Ford Mustang For Mustang fans, there may be no greater dealership from which to buy the popular pony car than Lebanon Ford. This is the Ohio-based outfit that offers up serious power upgrades for far less cash than you think would be required. The latest offer? A 2019 Mustang GT packing 800

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U.S., Mexico push for NAFTA auto deal, eye bringing Canada back to talks

General Motors’ assembly plant in the city of Silao, Mexico Photo credit: REUTERS UPDATED: 8/21/18 11:19 pm ET WASHINGTON — U.S. and Mexican officials postponed ministerial talks aiming for a breakthrough in the revamp of the North American Free Trade Agreement until Wednesday, although one member of the incoming Mexican government met U.S. officials on

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Icon puts original Ford Bronco back into production

Follow Jeff A new Ford Bronco is coming. An old one is on its way as well though, thanks to Jonathan Ward and his firm Icon. The truck is called the Old School BR, and it’s a first-generation Ford Bronco buillt virtually from scratch. It’s also better than any Bronco that ever left the Ford

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2019 Chevrolet Blazer: it's back, but it won't fight the Bronco

Follow Joel What’s old is new again, as Chevrolet formally took the wraps off the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer Monday night in Atlanta. Enthusiasts hoping the return of the Blazer nameplate would mean Chevrolet is ready to square off with Ford’s upcoming Bronco will be disappointed. The new Blazer trades its namesakes body-on-frame construction with four-wheel

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