Why do some cars have odd names?

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Why do some cars have odd names?

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My co-worker was telling everyone how he got a new station wagon, replaced his ’02 Expedition. When asked what kind of car he got, he replied: “2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon E350 4MATIC Wagon.” What the hey? I’m used to “Toyota Avalon XL”, or “Ford Focus ZX5”. Why do car companies do that? Even Lincoln jumped on the wagon with “Lincoln Navigator Ultimate 4×4” Can’t forget names that sound like passcodes to the pentagon; “MKZ, GX 470” What the heck is goin’ on? A: Europe has long had a tradition of these names. following in their footsteps you are starting to see the same format here in the states and Japan. What you will most often see are letters and numbers. Lexus started with the ES (base) series followed by the displacement of the engine (300 or perhaps 350). Easy to remember and quite simple. Lexus was copying Germany when they started this. Most Mercedes and BMW follow the same idea. Mercedes will have their series (E) followed by engine displacement (300) followed by engine t

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