’13 Lincoln MKZ stock levels to reach desired level by month’s end, executive says.
DEARBORN, MI – Mexican-built Lincoln MKZs no longer are making pit stops at Ford’s Flat Rock, MI, assembly plant for repairs prior to moving on to U.S. dealer showrooms, a top executive says. The all-new ’13 MKZ, which was scheduled to hit the market late last year, has been plagued by undisclosed quality problems and parts shortages, leading Ford to make the unusual move of performing fixes post-production at its Flat Rock facility. “We expect to have a rather ...
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