Where is Lincoln Motor Corporate office Headquarters

Lincoln Motor Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 21531 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48124, USA
  • Phone Number: 800-392-3673
  • Fax Number: 313-322-9600
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 1000+
  • Established: 1917
  • Founder: Henry M. Leland, Wilfred Leland
  • Key People: James Hackett (CEO)

Lincoln Motor Headquarters Location & Directions

Lincoln Motor Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

James Hacket

CEO

Robert L. Shanks

CFO

Mark Fields

COO

About Lincoln Motor, History and Headquarters Information

Lincoln Motor is one of the most popular companies when it comes to luxury car brands in America. It was established back in 1917 by Henery M. Leland and Wilfred Leland. It recently has its headquarters in Dearborn in Michigan state with the present CEO James Hackett and has an employee strength of over 1000 employees at present. Whenever you plan of luxury vehicles with customised designs, Lincoln is one of the major brands that will come to your mind. It has maintained the quality of service over the years and successfully built a huge chain of satisfied customers so that they can remain in the market for a longer period. Besides design, the company has always paid great attention to safety features like installing the best quality airbags in their vehicle and also using the best possible material to build the body of all its vehicles.

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  • Brandi Sonnier says:

    I have been so frustrated with the Lincoln service department in Baton Rouge to the point of wanting to trade my 2020 Lincoln Nautilus in for another brand. I Have always driven an infinity and have had nothing but wonderful service above and beyond. I bought my Lincoln in October 2020. The travel link traffic has always worked. It suddenly began working intermittently at random times. I contacted Sirius twice who told me that all was good on their end and I probably needed to have the satellite receiver on the radio changed. I notified Lincoln regarding this problem and also informed them that I am a nurse at the hospital and I rely on my travel link for my travel to and from the hospital. They were of very little help and when I was told I could bring it in today and it would be fixed this did not happen. I left if overnight and when I returned the next day to check on it, they had not even looked at it. I was told that there were 7 cars ahead of me and that they were “trying” but didn’t realize how busy they would be. I live 40 miles from the dealership and this was a major inconvenience to say the least as I had to rely on others to bring me to the dealership to drop off and to pick up the car. This is the worst service I have ever received from a dealership.

     
  • Billy Weales says:

    I am the owner of a 2018 Lincoln MKX that now has approximately 60,000 miles. The vehicle is driven by my wife. Recently we had water intrude into the vehicle. I used a wet vacuum to get most of the water out prior to taking the vehicle to the dealership Baldwin Lincoln. We were then told by the dealership that is was because the grommets were stripped out and were not covered by the warranty?

    How do grommets get stripped out of a rear quarter panel unless they were stripped out when improperly installed? How many times has this occurred with Lincoln SUV’s? I

    This does not speak well at all of Lincoln products from a quality of manufacturing perspective. Not to mention as the consumer I was charged $1,900 to replace and repair my vehicle. This is totally ludicrous.

    The dealership had my vehicle for two weeks and when the vehicle was returned to me last week it had a very heavy musty order. While they repaired the car they failed to clean it and the odor was overwhelming and I expect there is likely black mold under the carpet.

    I expect to hear from someone at your organization immediately, as otherwise I will post this communication on social media sites so other consumers are not subjected to the same scenario. I will notify the BBB and consumer protection agency and if necessary seek legal compensatory damages against Lincoln Motor Company for failure to repair an obvious manufacturing defect and subjecting the owners to potentially harmful effects.

    I can be reached at (504) 592-1536 or 314-853-2224 (cell).

     
  • Marla Delman says:

    I have never met a company that cares less about their customers then Lincoln. The dealerships are the worst ever! I can’t believe this is happening from a luxury car company that charges a premium for a car because it is a luxury car. My first dealer closed their doors and never contacted anyone but Lincoln corporate. That didn’t do me any good when my A/C went out in July (I live in South Florida) and my dealer was out of business. Then my second dealer banned me from coming into their dealership because I called Lincoln Corporate when something was stolen out of my car during an oil change. Great! They steal and then they ban me! Now my third dealer lied and then lied again regarding a tire rotation. I don’t trust anyone, so when my car goes in for an oil change and tire rotation I mark the inside of the 2 tires that need rotating. When my car was returned to me the two front tires were still in the front. I called the service manager who swore up and down that they were rotated. He then proceeded to tell me he watched on the cameras and saw the technician rotate the tires. Well, again I have proven him a liar because my tires are bald now and I only have 16,000 on them! Great Michelin tires! To make matters worse, I went in to lease my third MKC and was told that the base model Corsair is $600 a month. I have an MKC Select which I got for the same price as my Lincoln prior to that. Now they want $200 more a month, for a Lincoln???? I will drive a Range Rover, Jaguar, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, etc. for that much but not a Lincoln Corsair! Can you believe they have the audacity to charge more for their rude, nasty lies and horrible treatment of their customers? There’s a sucker born every minute and they all must be driving Lincolns.

     
  • Robert Paladino says:

    In 2019 I purchased a 2016 Certified Lincoln at Fiesta Lincoln in Mesa Az , this was the second Lincoln purchased there. I had my car serviced there numerous times for oil changes and tire rotations. When being serviced there is a multipoint check on the condition of my car . I had purchased New tires recently and noticed my rims were delamination. And asked the service manager if this was covered under my warranty.. it was but they stated that my Factory warranty was up in April and my extended warranty didn’t cover. What a crock , why didn’t they tell me about the delamination when I brought my car in for service Pryor. Where was the inspection on the multipoint service , when my tires were rotated didn’t they notice the issue . I was told that I would have to pay to get these rims refinished . This is not fair to the consumer. I was then told by the service manager he would look into this and get back to me … well , he never did . This is not what I. Expected from Lincoln . This is a Certified Car and it should have been brought to my attention before my Factory warranty expired and it wasn’t cheap for the extended warranty or t hcm e car itself. Very Disappointed and pissed . Mice car , new tires and crappy rims .

     
  • GARY M SMITH says:

    You’re really need to up your game that Lincoln Aviator is the worst vehicle ever purchased in life 5000 miles on a thing and it’s showing over heating also driving mode wasn’t property working the battery died 3mo after purchase now the a/c in 3rd row not working electric seats 3rd row working intermittently what’s next not very happy to be a Lincoln owner now

     
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