Website Carscoops has obtained a pricing and ordering guide for the new, 2017 Lincoln Continental luxury sedan, expanding upon what we know so far about how the full-size car will be priced in the United States.
The Lincoln Continental’s new range-topping, 400 horsepower 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 will be available only with all-wheel drive, it turns out – a clever, sophisticated setup which incorporates Dynamic Torque-Vectoring. Either the Reserve or Black Label trim level must be selected for that powertrain. The most basic trim-level Lincoln Continental – the Premiere model – can only be had with the normally-aspirated, 3.7-liter V6, which produces about 300HP. The next-higher Lincoln Continental Select can be had with either the 3.7-liter or the twin-turbo 2.7-liter.
In addition to the starting prices detailed in the table below, the 2017 Lincoln Continental will offer a total of five different packages, reports Carscoops. Those range in price from the $695 Climate Package (for Select models), to the $5,000 Luxury Package (Reserve). The step up from Reserve to Black Label will cost exactly $9,000, regardless of powertrain.
The new Lincoln Continental luxury sedan represents a sizeable price bump from the mid-size MKZ, but it’s still priced to compete with the competition; the Audi A6 model range in particular was a target for the Lincoln Motor Company, and the Continental starts at nearly $2,000 less.
Check out the table below for complete starting price data.
|Engine / Drivetrain||Premiere||Select||Reserve||Black Label|
|3.7L V6 / Front-Wheel Drive||$45,485||$48,440||N/A||N/A|
|3.7L V6 / All-Wheel Drive||$47,485||$50,440||N/A||N/A|
|2.7L Twin-Turbo V6 / Front-Wheel Drive||N/A||$50,690||$54,840||$63,840|
|2.7L Twin-Turbo V6 / All-Wheel Drive||N/A||$52,690||$56,840||65,840|
|3.0L Twin-Turbo V6 / All-Wheel Drive||N/A||N/A||$60,105||69,105|
(Prices listed above include destination and delivery fees.)