Lincoln is in the midst of reinventing itself. For a while now, the brand has stood as little more than a manufacturer of fancy Fords, and that's been a big shadow to step out of. Now, though, with the all-new MKC, Lincoln's done more than create a fancified Escape; the MKC is a unique Lincoln product that is capable of going toe-to-toe with the likes of the Audi Q5 and the BMW X3.
Whether it deserves it or not, Lexus has a reputation for making extremely boring cars. Yes, Lexuses are nice, comfortable, technically advanced, and reliable. But unless the car name starts with an "F," the popular conception goes, you're in for a very boring ride.
When the "new" Charger was launched in 2006, it was part of a much larger wave of nostalgia-fueled vehicles that included the also-just-re-launched Pontiac GTO and the never-went-away Ford Mustang. While the Mustang may be the best at recapturing the look of the gas-guzzling era, the Charger is far superior when it comes to delivering pure, raw, unadulterated muscle-car badassery.
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