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JULY 28 FORD E-NEWS

Wed, 07/28/2010 - 2:29pm
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JULY 28 FORD E-NEWS

JULY 28 FORD E-NEWS

Reinvented 2011 Ford Explorer adds major fuel economy gains, technology and style

Twenty years ago, Ford Explorer defined a segment. Customers understood and appreciated the capabilities and comfort it delivered. Now, riding the crest of a 96 percent consumer awareness level, the all-new 2011 Explorer is here to redefine SUVs. Providing drivers with up to 30 percent better fuel economy than the previous Explorer V6, this 21st century Explorer brings technology, craftsmanship and available luxury to rival premium offerings. Empowering attributes including intelligent 4WD with terrain management, 5,000 pounds of towing capacity and up to 80.7 cubic feet of cargo capacity honor the legacy of Explorer capability. | For more Explorer news, click here.

Jay Ward | jward32@ford.com | 313.845.2387

Talk about having it all: Lincoln MKZ Hybrid offers the best of both worlds

Lincoln is making it more attractive than ever for luxury customers to go green. When it goes on sale this fall, the new 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid will be priced the same as its conventional gas sibling – a first in automotive history – and below its nearest competitor, the 2010 Lexus HS 250h. But price isn't the only reason Lincoln's first-ever hybrid is sure to be a standout: The MKZ Hybrid also offers more standard luxury and segment-exclusive safety features than Lexus. And with an EPA-certified 41 mpg, it's the most fuel-efficient luxury sedan in America.

Marisa Bradley | mbradl31@ford.com | 313.845.3971

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