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Lincoln Lane Keeping Assist System & Blind Spot Alert System


Lane Keeping Assist System

Lincoln’s Lane Keeping system uses a camera located behind the rear view mirror to monitor the road lane markings and detect unintentional drifting outside of the lane. If the system detects unintentional drifting, it will display an alert and the steering system will aid you to stay in your lane.
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Ford Motor Company is issuing a safety recall for certain 2019 Lincoln Nautilus vehicles equipped with lane-centering assist and adaptive front steering. These vehicles may not adequately detect if a driver has his or her hands off the steering wheel. If this occurs, the hands on/off detection system may not alert the driver to place his or her hands back on the steering wheel, which could increase the risk of a crash.
Ford is not aware of any accidents or injuries resulting from this condition.
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All-New Lincoln Continental Earns Coveted IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus Award

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The all-new Lincoln Continental has earned the highest award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety due to its available crash prevention system, along with the good rating achieved on crash tests and its optional adaptive LED headlamps. The 2017 Lincoln Continental, the flagship sedan of The Lincoln Motor Company, has secured the coveted Top Safety Pick+.
The car’s available Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection earned a superior rating. The system, which is designed to reduce the severity of and, in some cases, even eliminate frontal collisions – including...
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2017 Lincoln MKZ Earns Top Safety Pick+ Rating

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The 2017 Lincoln MKZ has earned a Top Safety Pick + rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Improvements to the MKZ front-end structure have improved the score compared to previous models. 

To earn a "Top Safety Pick +" rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (the highest rating the IIHS gives), a vehicle must have "good ratings in the small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and head restraint tests. It also must have an available front crash prevention system that earns an advanced or superior rating."

In IIHS track tests...

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Back to the Future: Lincoln Owners Can Easily Upgrade 2010-2016 Vehicles to Have Connectivity Features

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  • Ford SmartLink provides owners of 2010 – 2016 model-year Ford and Lincoln vehicles features through the new platform
  • Features include remote start, lock and unlock, Wi-Fi access capable of hosting up to eight devices, and vehicle health, security and location alerts
  • Components of Ford SmartLink include a 4G LTE-enabled OBD II plug-in device, as well as a companion App and Web Portal used to activate remote features, receive alerts and schedule service appointments with the owner’s preferred dealer

Millions of current Lincoln customers stand to benefit from...

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