DETROIT – Lincoln Navigator’s automatic load-leveling air suspension system will migrate later this year to Expedition, its ’03 Ford counterpart, the auto maker confirms. The system, supplied by Continental Teves, will be available on the ’03 Navigator when the revamped SUV launches in spring. Preparations for model changeover began Feb. 4 at the Wayne, MI, plant where assembly takes place. Ford says the same air suspension system featured at launch on the ’03 Navigator will be available ...
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