Sales of the Mercury Mountaineer and its new Ford Motor Co. stablemate, Lincoln Aviator, suggest two stylish, well-appointed vehicles that share a platform and demographics can co-exist despite a $10,000-plus price differential after all. Aviator sales show steady increases. With 2,934 deliveries, August marks Aviator’s best performance since December, its first full month of availability. And with the exception of slight dips in July and June – which rank third and fifth, ...

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