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Lincoln Corsair Lands On 2021 Autotrader Top Ten Best Car Interiors List

Creating a serene sanctuary for clients on their everyday journey, near or far, is core to the Lincoln brand. To celebrate the advancements and thoughtful details in vehicle interiors, Autotrader has announced its 10 Best Car Interiors Under $50,000 for 2021 – and the Lincoln Corsair been named to that list for the second consecutive year.

Lincoln’s compact luxury two-row SUV offers a sense of sanctuary with a visually soothing design that includes horizontal lines, a pleasing mix of glossy and matte surfaces, and hand-selected materials and refinements in sound characteristics that stay true to the Lincoln brand.

“The interior of the Lincoln Corsair is a quiet, serene sanctuary that is comfortable for everyone inside,” said Brian Moody, executive editor for Autotrader. “Overall, Lincoln interiors look and feel like they’re crafted to a higher standard than other luxury vehicles. There’s also a good deal of versatility inside. For example, the rear seat can slide and recline. This feature not only improves passenger comfort, but it also allows you to customize your interior to optimize passenger space, cargo space, or some combination of both.”

Autotrader’s 10 Best Car Interiors Under $50,000 recognition helps clients look beyond the exterior appearance, putting the focus on the importance of a vehicle’s interior, where they spend most of their time, albeit on vehicles with an affordable price point.

“Corsair embraces the rejuvenating, horizontal elements of our full-size Lincoln Navigator and three-row Lincoln Aviator, while underscoring these cues with even more dynamic emphasis,” said Robert Gelardi, Lincoln’s chief interior designer. “Our diligence of imbuing these characteristics in Corsair has paid off with this wonderful recognition, providing our clients not only with a serene respite from the outside world, but also the technology to make their journey effortless and reflective of the overall Lincoln brand.”

We’ll have more on the Corsair soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln news, Lincoln Corsair news, and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Tom

    Please FOMOCO, give us Lincoln customers at least one sedan! As for me, no sedan, no Lincoln purchase.

    1. Rich K

      Same here…

  2. BozB

    Please provide more detailed information on the previously announced Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring PHEV model. Specifically when will production begin and delivery of vehicles to US dealers and consumers begin? For those of currently considering a luxury SUV model like the Volvo XC60 PHEV and the Audi Q5 PHEV, the Corsair PHEV may be a better choice.

    1. Ara

      BozB, FordAuthority reported a couple months back that the Corsair PHEV production begins the first week of April. But, no news on when it goes on sale / first deliveries.

      I’m with you: I’ve test driven the Audi and Volvo variants, but my family gets the Z-plan discount and I plan to purchase the Corsair Grand Touring as soon as it becomes available (in Flight Blue with ebony interior, of course)

  3. Mike says..

    Agree with Tom….when my MKZ 3.0T AWD is done Lincoln has nothing to sell me. The Corsair is very nice and deserving of the award. just sayin..

  4. Hendrik Joseph Haan

    Why don’t they want to make a hotrod Lincoln? Perhaps a Corsair and/or Aviator with the 3.5 liter, turbo, 6 cylinder?

    1. Mark

      Their main focus is luxury, not performance. And besides. Is 494hp not good enough for you?

  5. Charla Cothran

    Please reconsider introducing the luxury sedan Lincoln Town Car, to America, again. Nothing else say: Luxury than having your service or limo Lincoln Town Car, arrived to sail you to your destination, We arrived “To Luxury”. Having Luxury again, in your driveway., is sailing back to the America at it’s Greatest.

  6. David Selley

    Has the body panels started flying off yet like the ford explorers? Asking for a friend!!

  7. Rich K

    You need a 4 door sedan!!! Not happy about discontinued MKZ. What’s up with Lincoln???


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