Many new vehicles have received price increases in recent months as the semiconductor chip shortage and other supply chain issues have wreaked havoc on automotive production, leaving little inventory on dealer lots. With both new and used vehicle prices soaring, automakers including Ford have likewise increased pricing for a variety of models, but that won’t necessarily include the 2022 Lincoln Corsair.
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2022 Lincoln Corsair pricing remains unchanged for base front-wheel drive models, and increases by just $100 for base trim all-wheel drive models. For 2022, the Corsair Grand Touring is $60 cheaper, but the big change here pertains to both the front- and all-wheel drive Reserve trims, which see a large reduction of $2,225 and $2,125, respectively, for the new model year. However, destination and delivery charges did increase from $1,095 to $1,195 across the board for 2022.
This seems like great news on the surface, but there is a big caveat here – the 2022 Lincoln Corsair Reserve is dropping its standard Revel Audio System, as Ford Authority reported last month. For the 2021 model year, the Revel system was standard on all Reserve models.
In order to get the Revel Audio System, 2022 Lincoln Corsair Reserve buyers must also opt for the new Luxury Package, which adds some additional equipment to the luxury crossover including a head-up display, along with the Revel system, which consists of 14 speakers with a subwoofer, HD radio, MP3 capability, and a satellite AM/FM stereo. The Luxury Package is available on Reserve 200A and 201A equipment groups. However, in order to spec the Luxury Package, buyers must also opt for the Elements Package.
Meanwhile, as Ford Authority reported earlier last month, the 2023 Lincoln Corsair is due to receive a mid-cycle refresh that could include a new hybrid powertrain, a number of tech updates, and a new center stack with a larger touchscreen running Sync 4.