The 2020 Lincoln Corsair Configurator Is Live

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We already know all there is to know about the 2020 Lincoln Corsair at this point other than pricing. Lincoln has now made the configurator live for pricing on the 2020 Corsair, and you can build yours however you want. The 2020 Lincoln Corsair Standard starts at $35,945 while the 2020 Lincon Corsair Reserve starts at $42,640.

The Standard includes Sync 3, Lincoln CoPilot 360, sliding second-row seats, and Personal Profiles among other things. Reserve has all that plus a voice-activated touchscreen navigation system, 19-inch premium wheels, and a panoramic Vista Roof. If you start with the Standard model and only add intelligent all-wheel drive the price climbs $3,600 right away, but also includes the Standard I equipment group. Standard I equipment group is $1,650 on its own and adds navigation, ambient lighting, and 18-inch wheels.

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Some colors are a $695 option on the Standard version with only Infinite Black, Ingot Silver, Artisan Blue, and Magnetic Gray not adding to the base price. Optional painted wheels will add $350. Tacking on Co-Pilot Plus adds another $3,050 to the price. On the Reserve model, if you opt for the larger 2.3L turbo inline-four cylinder engine it adds $6,750 to the price and includes Reserve Equipment Collection I and all-wheel-drive.

A Reserve II package adds $11,540 and includes the 2.3L engine, AWD, Perfect Position Seats, adaptive suspension, and Co-Pilot360 Plus. A Reserve appearance package is available for $1,600. Tick all the boxes on a 2020 Lincoln Corsair Reserve and the price climbs to nearly $60,000. If you feel like playing with a configurator head over to the Lincoln website, click “Shop,” and, click “Build & Price,” and then scroll to the bottom of the “Build My Lincoln” page and click the 2020 Lincoln Corsair under “Future Vehicles.”

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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