A Lincoln Corsair incentive offers 5.9 percent APR financing for 72 months in February 2023, applicable toward Standard and Reserve trims, while a separate offer of 6.9 percent APR financing is available toward the range-topping Grand Touring trim. The aforementioned incentive is applicable to both 2022 and 2023 model year vehicles and appears to be available nationwide across the U.S. The automaker has not specified an expiration date for its incentive, but it’s likely that it will run through at least the end of February.
Lincoln Corsair Incentives
For the sake of context, below we have provided a list of Lincoln Corsair incentive offers thus far during the 2022 calendar year:, as well as for the 2023 calendar year to date:
- March – 3.9 percent APR financing
- April – 3.9 percent APR financing
- May – 5.9 percent APR financing
- June – 5.9 percent APR financing
- July – 5.9 percent APR financing
- August – 5.9 percent APR financing
- September – 5.9 percent APR financing
- October – 5.9 percent APR financing
- November – 5.9 percent APR financing
- December – 5.9 percent APR financing
- January – 5.9 percent APR financing
- February – 5.9 percent APR financing
The lack of a more attractive incentive toward the purchase of the luxury crossover is the result of healthy demand and tight supply of the Corsair as Lincoln parent, FoMoCo, continues to grapple with ongoing supply chain issues. These supplier constraints include, but are certainly not limited to, the ongoing global microchip shortage.
It’s worth noting that Lincoln unveiled the refreshed 2023 Lincoln Corsair back in September. The compact luxury crossover boasts various changes and updates over its 2022 model year predecessor, including revised exterior styling, an updated interior with a larger infotainment screen, and the deletion of the optional turbocharged Ford 2.3L I4 EcoBoost engine. Production of the forthcoming model year kicked off in mid-December 2022, although this kicked off six weeks later than initially projected.
Lincoln Corsair Pricing
For reference, here are the applicable Lincoln Corsair trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the destination charge and acquisition fee:
2022 Lincoln Corsair
- Standard – $36,580
- Reserve – $41,410
- Grand Touring (plug-in hybrid) – $51,810
2023 Lincoln Corsair
- Standard – $40,730
- Reserve – $45,115
- Grand Touring (plug-in hybrid) – $55,425
- 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.
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The new Corsair is very nice from a distance. Up close, it still has way too much Ford parts bin ‘hand me downs’. GM and Caddy are in the same boat, only difference being they are less expensive and have more models to choose from. Correct me if I am wrong, but Lincoln seems to rely on their product to sell itself. They need to put more into their advertising story and abandon the ‘Quiet Flight” and ‘Sanctuary’ theme. It is too esoteric for a product purchase that is decided on emotion and exclusivity. Make no mistake, A loaded Corsair is amazing… need to front the features story in the marketing strategy. An old fashioned hard copy brochure wouldn’t hurt either.
Financing specials are worthless when no Corsairs have been built or delivered yet.
Agree with both MJ and Mike. To MJ’s point there is not a single Corsiar in stock for sale anywhere in the USA. Before Lincoln signs up more orders they ought to fill the customer commitments they already have. Our order has been in since September. Our dealer, one of Lincoln’s biggest, has no clue as to when we’ll get it. At this point we’re starting to look at other PHEVs on the market. The bulk of the new cars where we live are PHEVs. Mike’s right, the Corsair, especially the GT PHEV, is a hell of a vehicle. But it’s poorly marketed. We had to educate the dealer as to what it was all about.
not a single 2023 Corsair!!
Funny, 2023 Corsairs within 100 miles of:
10001 = 37 NYC
33101 = 15 Miami
48126 = 46 Dearborn MI
59701 = 0 Montana ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
60601 = 6 Chicago
77833 = 11 Houston/Austin
80528 = 1 Denver/Cheyenne
90003 = 2 LA
Given how easy it is to use Lincoln’s locator tool, I have to ask, what is your reward for spreading such disinformation?
For those interested in debunking JJL’s bogus claims:
You can easily change filters.
They all say “DEALER ORDERED” and show one of Lincoln’s canned pictures, sometimes super imposed on a shot of the dealer’s store. There are no pictures of a 2023 Corsair physically on a dealers lot which would prove Lincoln built them. First they said build would start in November, then December 16. Since then silence. Just a customer wanting to know when their car was coming!!
In the same boat here, ordered in September and yet nothing. I looked at other crossovers phev but most don’t look as good, inside or exterior, have less features or are more pricey for no reasons. I don’t mind waiting but the lack of communication is frustrating.
Good luck finding a Grand Touring Corsair for sale.
They are in short supply, of 46 units within 100 miles of 48126, only one is a GT.
Can anyone PAHLEEZE tell me why Lincoln took away the optional 2.3L engine? This leaves buyers only the standard 2.0 engine: Definitely NOT up to “luxury” performance standards!
Ford said it did away with Mercury. I think they did away with Lincoln.
Town Car or Continental Never looked like a Ford or Mercury. Ford and Mercury looked like each other except for slight changes in front and back also interiors. Hence we have Lincoln looking exactly like Ford. Different front and rear ends also interior.
Bring back the lincoln town car sedan……………..all wheel drive
Some of us still want a sedan and not an SUV