Lincoln Continental Sedans

Lincoln Continental

About Lincoln Continental

The 2017 Lincoln Continental is more than an all-new flagship sedan with an iconic name. Resurrecting the Continental nameplate is part of Lincoln's ongoing effort to reinvigorate its very brand. It's a bold bid that appeals to nostalgia while showcasing the brand's highest levels of luxury. At its best, the Continental allures with prestigious looks, a plush ride and nifty features like "magic" door handles and 30-way-adjustable front seats. As such, the Continental is a commendable full-size luxury sedan with a midsize starting price in the mid-$40,000 range. But gussied up as a $70,000-plus model, it faces stiffer -- and arguably better -- competition in slightly smaller rivals ranging from the Volvo S90 and Acura RLX to the Lexus GS and Audi A6.

2017 Lincoln Continental
What's new for 2017?
2017 Lincoln Continental

While the name might be familiar, the 2017 Lincoln Continental is an all-new full-size sedan, supplanting the little-loved MKS in the brand's lineup. If you're wondering, the Continental name has been around seven decades. The last one to wear this name was in 2002.

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