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Lincoln Continental Discount Offers 0 Percent APR In November 2020

During November 2020, a Lincoln Continental discount offer includes a $3,450 cashback rebate towards the lease of a new 2020 Continental. Additionally, Lincoln is offering interest-free financing for any new 2020 Continental. Notably, both of the aforementioned offers are region-specific.

Lincoln Continental Incentives

Lincoln Continental discount offers for November 2020 are as follows:

  • Featured Finance Offer: 0 percent interest for 72 months
    • Offer observed in the Detroit and Los Angeles markets
  • Featured Lease Offer: $3,450 cashback rebate
    • Example offer:
      • $680 per month for 36 months
      • $0 down payment, $0 first month’s payment, and $0 cash due at signing
    • Offer restricted only to select regions/markets

Interested parties should note that some of the above offers are valid through November 30th, 2020.

Lincoln Continental Incentive November 2020

For reference, here are the 2020 Lincoln Continental trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the $995 destination charge:

  • Standard – $47,300
  • Reserve – $60,865
  • Black Label – $71,200

This month’s deal is less appealing than the vast majority of Continental discounts offered in prior months of 2020, especially compared to the $4,000 retail discount observed in January, which also included interest-free financing.

It’s worth noting that the Continental is set to be discontinued at the end of the current generation, as first reported by Ford Authority. The 2020 model year will be the last year of the large luxury sedan.


  • Must take delivery from an authorized Lincoln dealer’s stock November 30th, 2020, unless specified otherwise.
  • See dealer for details.
  • Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
  • Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
  • Residency restrictions apply.
  • Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.

We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. Ford Authority will not be held responsible for any misprints, typos or any other errors.

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  1. Roy Chile’s

    Why don’t Lincoln build a real Continental that people will buy starting at $100k EV with RWD and Suicide doors. Then they want have to do gimmicks like free financing and cash back. Lincoln is getting disgraceful

    1. Jorge Esquinca

      Completely agree.

  2. Me

    Do you honestly think the ideal demographic buyers for a Continental will plunk down $100K for an EV?

    1. Roy Chile’s

      DONE RIGHT YES I DO, People are lining up for a EV Hummer that looks like a redo of the last Avalanche with removable roof panels. That GMC say cost $125k it will be closer to &140k, truth be told the last Hummer don’t resale well today minus the H1 which is the REAL HUMMER

  3. Jorge Esquinca

    A shame to see this car go. Lincoln should built a real sedan flagship. Not everyone likes SUV´s or Crossovers, is willing to buy one or even considers an SUV or Crossover as a luxury vehicle. All car companies against Lincoln intends to compete, have a sedan flagship or at least a sedan. Lincoln without a sedan isn´t even close to be competitive since it doesn´t cover all market segments, particularly in the luxury car segment where buyers are not so much SUV oriented. Even if SUV´s sell like hot cakes today, market is cyclic and those buyers leaving now, may not come back to Lincoln when market trends change again. The abominable decision of Ford of leaving the sedan market segment go, it´s a very blind sided vision from Ford and one of its biggest mistakes.

  4. Mick1

    The bulk of Lincoln sedan customers are dwindling, they are either in nursing homes are not with us any more.

    1. Roy Chile’s

      Most of Lincoln sedan customers have moved on to other Luxury Brands because they want a real Flagship Sedan


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