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This popular Ford vehicle was initially designed and made in conjunction with Mazda of Japan. The Ford Escape is a crossover SUV (CSUV) – sometimes referred to as a crossover utility vehicle (CUV) – and was released in 2000 for the 2001 model year. Around that time at the turn of the century other SUVs used smaller unibody designs with solid rear axles which Ford took note of. Ford and Mazda opted for a car-like, unibody design with a fully independent suspension and rack and pinion steering.

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The Lincoln Town Car is a well-known model from Lincoln with its slick and easily recognizable design. Its classy look was inspired by limousines all while being smaller and more affordable. This four-door sedan incorporated design elements of many of the other popular cars at the time, such as the Ford Panther and the Mercury Grand Marquis. Production initiated in 1981 and continued with three generations before finally ending in 2011.