SANTA BARBARA, CA – Lincoln officials say the launch of the MKC CUV will go more smoothly than that of the MKZ midsize sedan, which was held back from the market for months due to unforeseen quality issues. “What we learned is we needed to have a more robust set of senior management reviews along the way, so we added prototype builds that we didn’t have with MKZ,” Matt VanDyke, director-Global Lincoln, tells WardsAuto during an MKC test drive here. “And we added ...

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