DETROIT -- When Ford Motor Co. sources first confirmed the ’03 Lincoln Navigator would have independent rear suspension, it was as if a gauntlet had been thrown at the feet of its competitors. See related story Now Lincoln is dropping both gloves, hockey-style, with the revelation that its re-engineered fullsize SUV will be equipped with an automatic load-leveling air suspension system. And its Ford twin, Expedition, will offer the same feature as an option sometime during the fourth ...

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