2017 Lincoln Continental Buyer's Guide
Classic Name, Modern Luxury
The Lincoln Continental is back. Combining standout design, a rich interior and a long list of appealing features, Lincoln’s all-new flagship sedan offers a unique mix of old-school cruiser luxury and up-to-the-minute automotive tech. Think Frank Sinatra meets Mark Zuckerberg. And while it doesn’t aspire or pretend to be the segment’s sportiest entry, the Continental’s available 400-horsepower twin-turbo V6 is capable of injecting plenty of excitement into a Sunday drive.
From our 2017 Lincoln Continenal full review: "The new Continental has more than a familiar name. If you ever rode in a past version, you may remember its ride as being cushy or even floaty. That quality remains, which is good news if you're looking for a big, comfortable sedan. The Continental is also appreciably quiet most of the time, the caveat being that road noise intruded into our otherwise serene experience on stretches of rough road."
Comfort and Convenience
The Continental is available with plenty of amenities for the next great American road trip. The front seats are 30-way power adjustable, and there are seat massagers for front and rear passengers. The rear seats recline, and legroom is generous in back. Other niceties include 19-speaker audio, Lincoln's excellent Sync 3 infotainment system, adaptive cruise control and a 360-degree camera.
Build and Price
Pricing for the Lincoln Continental starts at about $45,000 and tops out at nearly $81,000. Build and price your own 2017 Lincoln Continental at KBB.com to unlock its Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own and more.
The 2017 Lincoln Continental offers a modern take on old-school American luxury, but if you're interested in something sportier you have plenty of options, which you can read all about in KBB's Midsize Luxury Sedan Buyer's Guide.
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