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Twin-Turbocharged 3.0L V6 Engine Become one with twin-turbocharging. Thanks to an available Twin-Turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine,* efficient horsepower-per-liter output and an AWD powertrain, the Continental is one drive you’re sure to remember. With standard Dynamic Torque Vectoring, all-wheel drive, up to 400 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque,** it’s also a drive you’ll wish to repeat. Changing form. To more precisely cater to yours. There is real beauty in adaptability. Our available Perfect Position Seats with Active Motion® offer a uniquely comfortable experience. The seat back conforms to you — articulating forward to cradle you, helping take stress off your shoulders. Power thigh adjusters can extend and retract to provide individual leg comfort. The addition of massage, heating and ventilation for cooling helps make the simple act of sitting down an elevating experience. Lincoln Black Label Lincoln Black Label* brings together superior design and premium service through a curated collection of interior themes and membership privileges. 2018 lincoln continental Model Overview You’ll Like Punchy 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 Surprisingly agile for its size Roomy interior You Won’t Like Ride quality can be harsh Inconsistent interior-materials quality Overly aggressive throttle tip-in New for 2018 The 2018 Lincoln Continental gets standard 4G LTE. Black Label models now come with the Climate package and a moonroof. The exterior colors Blue Diamond, Ivory Pearl Metallic and Iced Mocha Metallic replace Midnight Sapphire, Jade Metallic, Diamond Black and Palladium Gold. Trim Levels (Interior and Exterior Options) The 2018 Lincoln Continental is a large luxury sedan that slots above the midsize MKZ and is available in front- or all-wheel-drive configurations. In addition to the three trims described below, the Continental is available in a Black Label variant that features two-tone upholstery in vibrant colors, embroidery on the headrests, complimentary maintenance for four years or 50,000 miles, and more. Continental Premiere: The base Premiere trim comes standard with adaptive steering, adaptive suspension, 18-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, keyless entry/start, remote start, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, a 10-inch audio system, the Sync 3 multimedia system with an 8.0-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, heated 10-way power adjustable front seats with driver’s side memory, leatherette upholstery, and HID headlights. Continental Select: Move up to the Select grade and you get 19-inch alloy wheels, front parking sensors, ambient lighting, and leather upholstery. Continental Reserve: The range-topping Reserve trim comes with tri-zone climate control, navigation, a 13-speaker Revel audio system, 24-way power front seats, a power-operated trunk and ventilated front seats. Options include full LED headlights, heated and ventilated rear seats, 30-way multi-contour front seats with massage function, 20-inch alloy wheels, a 19-speaker Revel Ultima audio system, a heated steering wheel, an automatic parking system, and a head-up display. Features such as navigation, heated and ventilated 24-way adjustable front seats, and the power-operated trunk are available as part of packages or as standalone options on lower trims. Performance and Fuel Economy The 2018 Continental comes with three six-cylinder engine choices that are all paired exclusively to a six-speed automatic transmission. A 3.7-liter V-6 with 305 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque comes standard on the Premiere and Select trim. The range-topping Reserve trim comes standard with a 2.7-liter twin-turbo V-6 good for 335 hp and 380 lb-ft. This engine is also available as an option on the mid-grade Select. The most powerful engine, a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 with 400 hp and 400 lb-ft, is only available on the Reserve and Black Label grades and comes standard with all-wheel drive. EPA fuel economy ratings for the base 3.7-liter V-6 are 17/26 mpg city/highway for front-drive models and 16/24 mpg with all-wheel drive. Move up to the more powerful 2.7-liter twin-turbo V-6 and fuel efficiency goes up to 18/27 mpg for front-drive variants and 17/25 mpg on cars with all-wheel drive. The 400-hp 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 is rated at 16/24 mpg. Safety The 2018 Continental received a five-star overall safety rating from the NHTSA (out of a possible five stars). In IIHS testing the 2018 Continental received a Good rating in all crashworthiness tests and in the new headlight test (Good is the highest possible score). In the IIHS’ front crash prevention test, the 2018 Continental received a Superior rating after it avoided collisions in 12- and 25-mph tests (Superior is the highest rating in the front crash prevention test). Full Review http://www.motortrend.com/cars/lincoln/continental/2018/ "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
2017 Lincoln Continental review: 2017 Lincoln Continental: The comforting return of an American icon The Good The 2017 Continental marks a welcome return to relevance for Lincoln. A serene ride and posh cabin blend with a powerful twin-turbo V6 to offer a uniquely American take on luxury. The Bad It's all too easy to bloat the window sticker with expensive options, and rear seat headroom is surprisingly compromised. A full suite of advanced safety features are not available on all trims, and more of them should be standard equipment. The Bottom Line Not content to chase the Germans, Lincoln crafts a handsome flagship that bravely emphasizes coddling over dynamics. The auto industry's definition of luxury is forever changing. Novel features constantly trickle down to models of lower price tags and status, so premium automakers are always on the hunt for The Next Big Thing. The heated/cooled seats and sleek glass showrooms of yesteryear have given way not just to 30-way massaging loungers, but to inclusive ownership experiences with butler-like services. What's interesting is that in terms of performance, today's luxury sedan market is showing signs it's going back to the future, putting an emphasis on coddling performance over cornering prowess. That may not play well for marketers who love to show their cars hustling over Alpine passes or powersliding on dry lake beds, but it's probably more consistent with the way buyers actually drive, and it's certainly more in line with Our Autonomous Future. If not a total refutation of the sporty Germanic driving character that nearly all luxury automakers have been tilting at for decades, this change is at least a significant development. Need proof this trend has legs? Look no further than new cars like the Genesis G80 and G90, Volvo S90, and this car, Lincoln's reborn Continental. Yes, Lincoln Continental. It's been a while since we've heard those two names together. In fact, it's been 15 years since Ford's luxury brand offered a Continental, and it's been much, much longer since the famed nameplate wasn't an embarrassing, tarnished mess. This new 2017 model not only aims to restore some luster to one of the great monikers in all of motoring, it's on a mission to make Lincoln relevant again -- not just here in North America, but in China, the world's largest car market, where the brand will have to succeed if it has any hopes of surviving at all. Spoiler alert: The new Continental is a very nice car. This $1,750 paint is called Chroma Elite Copper Metallic, and unexpectedly, it grows on you. The chief thing that's been holding Lincoln back all these years is a profound lack of investment. If Ford's now-dead Mercury models offered Blue Oval cars with a bit more content, Lincoln's didn't do much better, slathering on a schmear of chrome frosting and little else. And while this new Continental doesn't ride on its own dedicated platform, it still feels like a clean-sheet execution. Let's start with this Lincoln's curb appeal, because... it has some. I mean that literally -- the Continental's best, most distinctive view is its profile, the aspect you'd see when standing alongside one on the sidewalk. When viewed from the side, not only can you take in this Lincoln's vast scale, you can see its most unique design attributes: its startlingly clean sheetmetal and improbably enough, its door handles and mirrors. The former are uniquely integrated into a band of chrome just below the windowline, a placement that necessitated using electric microswitches to activate the release (mechanical assemblies wouldn't fit). The handles look great and feel both substantial and appropriately cool to the touch. My only wish is that the back doors were rear hinged, so that you could pull open both handles like a big Sub-Zero fridge, or, more accurately, like a 1960s Elwood-Engel-era Continental, whose slab sides this new model tries to emulate. But suicide doors would've been a crippling engineering cost and crash-test challenge, so front hinges it is. It's not often that mirrors are worthy of note, but the Continental's are almost sculptural in detail. Read More https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/auto/2017-lincoln-continental/review/ "Cadillac CT6, Volvo S90 interior 2017" "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
This new 2011 Lincoln MKS EcoBoost is my gramp's new car. He purchased it after he found out his new Lexus LS460L had a hole in one of the cylinders!! =( Oh well. It is still a nice car. For a price. 55 Grand. Okay, for those of you who so unfortunately CAN'T afford one of these, please don't post mean comments. I am watching. And I always will be. Hehe.
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THE LINCOLN CONTINANTAL
The 2018 Lincoln Continental gets standard 4G LTE. Black Label models now come with the Climate package and a moonroof. The exterior colors Blue Diamond, Ivory Pearl Metallic and Iced Mocha Metallic replace Midnight Sapphire, Jade Metallic, Diamond Black and Palladium Gold.
TRIM LEVELS (INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR OPTIONS)
The 2018 Lincoln Continental is a large luxury sedan that slots above the midsize MKZ and is available in front- or all-wheel-drive configurations. In addition to the three trims described below, the Continental is available in a Black Label variant that features two-tone upholstery in vibrant colors, embroidery on the headrests, complimentary maintenance for four years or 50,000 miles, and more.
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