2017 Ford Lincoln Continental 2017 model year lease deal

2017 Lincoln Continental Priced at $45,485

Lease Deal

$4,549 Due at Signing

3 Year/36 Month Lease – 36,000 Total Miles. Example based on national average selling vehicle price. Each dealer sets own price. Your payments may vary.

Financing Special
1.9% APR

for 60 Months 

$4549 down payment *PLUS* $1,000 Ford Smart Bonus Cash. Payments will also vary based on length of loan, loan to value, and options selected. Title, taxes, license, registration and dealer fees are extra.

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Lincoln Continental Test Report
Lincoln brings back the legendary Continental model name that has not existed since 2002. In addition to the American market, Lincoln also has their sights set on the rich and wealthy people of China. The Lincoln Continental is a full sized sedan aimed at the competing with the likes of the Audi A6, BMW 5-Series, Lexus GS, and the new Mercedes E-Class. While GM is launching the new Cadillac CT6 to the marketplace, the new Continental is also ready to go. Prices range from $44,560 for the Premiere model up to $64,915 for the Black Label AWD model.Gone is the large V-8 engine and fat lumbering chassis. Instead the new Continental is packed with a twin-turbo V6 that brings 400 horsepower from the 3.0 liter engine. The engine power is transmitted to all four wheels and has a Dynamic Torque Vectoring System. The driver also has the option between three suspension settings (Normal, Comfort and Sport) to choose.The new Continental is packed with technology that includes lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function and an emergency brake, a 360-degree surveillance thanks to 4 cameras and the new sync 3 infotainment system. However, the highlight of the limousine, the door handle bracket which were actually taken from the study in the series. The Mini handles protrude slightly out of a metal strip underneath the window and accommodate proximity sensors that open the door. Speaking of approach – as soon as the Lincoln Continental noticed the appearance of the driver, it switches on the front and rear lights and an LED illuminates the interior. Moreover, the doors can be unlocked with a numerical code which can be entered on integrated into the B-pillar touch fields.

Driver and front passenger separates a wide center console. The heated and ventilated comfort seats can be adjusted electrically and the customer can choose between three trim levels Chalet, Thoroughbred and Rhapsody with different leather, aluminum and wood combinations. The exhibition vehicle at the show is sort of a Rhapsody in blue – the monochrome interior makes an impression and looks quite tidy. Details such as the buttons on the multifunction steering wheel act however less like the high quality German rivals.

Windows and cabin were over it also particularly soundproof. Otherwise, the driver of the new Lincoln Continental is a classic three-spoke steering wheel with leather upholstery and chrome elements in the interior. A central speedometer and tachometer inform as well as the large screen in the center of the dashboard. The integration of Apple and Android Phones are central to the technology and infotainment center. In addition, there should also be a smartphone app that dominates functions like unlocking.

Lincoln with its new grill design, gives the Continental sedan a stately appearance. However, the front dispenses with the typical split two-wing grille other Lincoln models, but not in chrome and polished aluminum. Glossy adorns the grill and for apron and side skirts approaches. LED Headlight sharpen the view, powerfully contoured bonnet edge contour bring in the front car.

On the flanks emblazoned a chrome Continental lettering and chrome window surrounds. 21-inch polished alloy wheels set further highlights. Real Door handles are nowhere; here Lincoln uses proximity sensors and mini-handles in the window frames. The rear view is dominated by the strong retracted shoulders, the wide LED taillights with continuous light band and the four exhaust tailpipes.

True luxury sprayed the Lincoln Continental in the interior. Leather and Alcantara values ​​on the surfaces. The seats are 30-way power adjustable; the rear windows can be darkened with the touch of a button. Most of the controls and the touch screen are summarized in the gleaming chrome center console. For the rear passengers are available in addition to a separate operating unit folding tables and removable briefcases and a refrigerated compartment.