The 2020 Lincoln Continental
The 2020 Lincoln Continental is coming soon. Last year Lincoln introduced a limited edition with suicide doors and a six-inch longer wheelbase. The 2020 model overall continues the Lincoln evolution. It is a spacious vehicle loaded with modern technology and comfort. It has smooth lines and edges, which offset the bulkiness of the car. There have been rumors that the Continental will be phased out, and 2020 could be its last year, so the 2020 may be your last chance for awhile. Still, it is an icon in the automotive industry and continues to sell well in other countries. Like Continentals of the past, this Lincoln offers a smooth ride and enough power to let you cruise in comfort. Read on to learn more.
There are three engines available, all of which have plenty of power that you expect from a luxury sedan. The smallest is a 3.7-liter six-cylinder that puts out 305 horsepower. The mid-grade engine is a turbocharged 2.7-liter six-cylinder that puts out 335 horses. The largest is another turbocharged six-cylinder that puts out 400 horsepower. The engines range between 17 MPG city an 27 on the highway. A six-speed automatic transmission comes on all models. Front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is available. The basic model has heated seats and ambient lighting inside. The Reserve level adds more climate control and safety features. Select trim has 19-inch wheels, leather upholstery, and a hands-free trunk. The black label is the top end, which has a leather seat and a special interior package. Even the base package has a luxurious feel. There are a lot of standard options, and a lot of extra options to customize the car to your tastes. All of the features of the top trim level can be added to the lower trims.
Inside all models, there is an 8-inch touchscreen display and a 10-speaker sound system. It has Apple Carplay and Andriod Auto, and a WiFi hot spot comes standard. Navigation systems and premium sound systems are optional. The Lincoln Continental's claim to fame is its spacious interior and a very comfortable ride. The controls are intuitive and easy to use as well, making this a car that will provide a luxurious feel as well as a very smooth ride. On the highest trim level, the back seat is divided by a console, which holds entertainment options and gives those in the back seat a feeling of being in a captains chair.
The NHTSA and the insurance industry gave it top safety ratings. A rearview camera, automatic emergency braking, front and back parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, and a special key system all come as standard equipment. The key system allows keyless entry and allows you to set speed limits for other drivers. Optional safety equipment includes a 360-degree camera, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, and lane-keep assistance, as well as a head-up display.
The base Lincoln Continental with no additions goes for about $50,000. The top of the line Black Label fully loaded sells for $75,000. The limited-edition with suicide doors and a longer wheelbase is about $100,000, so there is a lot of variety in the price range. Lincoln is offering special financing, as well as discounts for military, college students and some other groups. There are some new color options available, and you may mix and match those with interior trim colors and no significant extra cost.