The venerable Continental is staying in the Lincoln lineup despite its slumping sales, but a business case soon will have to be made to determine the sedan's future, says Lincoln Mercury President Mark W. Hutchins. “We think for the time being we need a front-wheel-drive in the lineup,” Mr. Hutchins tells Ward's. “Over time we will have to rationalize where we go with the Continental and the Continental name.” Ford sources say the Continental will be dropped from the Lincoln lineup in ...
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