The best Lincoln Continental (2017) Ready to fight German Cars ? Reviews Coupon Promotional Codes 2018 2019

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2017 Lincoln Continental design is thoroughly modern, with new signature grille and an athletic profile that is dynamic and progressive.

The Lincoln-exclusive 3.0-liter V6 engine with twin turbochargers that produces a projected 400 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque is designed for smooth, responsive, yet quiet power.
Continental’s available all-wheel-drive system is paired with Dynamic Torque Vectoring that transfers torque on demand to the appropriate rear wheel when driving through corners.

Lincoln Drive Control provides the driver a choice of three settings – comfort, normal and sport – adapting steering and suspension settings to tailor ride and handling. Available adaptive steering helps optimize steering response, enabling the vehicle to react more smoothly and precisely to driver input.

Continental’s Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection is designed to enhance occupant safety. A system of cameras and sensors detects if a potential collision may occur, then automatically applies the brakes, bringing the vehicle to a full stop to help avoid or reduce impact.
Effortless assistance for the daily commute is available with optional adaptive cruise control, which can automatically slow Continental in stop-and-go traffic – resuming speed when traffic clears.

The all-new Lincoln Continental will be produced at Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Michigan. The Lincoln flagship goes on sale this fall.

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32 thoughts on “The best Lincoln Continental (2017) Ready to fight German Cars ? Reviews Coupon Promotional Codes 2018 2019

  1. Waiting for the Lincoln Continental, no-frills, 1/2 ton truck 😉

    Great scenery. Ford could've just shown Skyline Drive and the coast. Seeing these is as simple as driving by a Ford-Lincoln dealership.

  2. very nice looking car and with that 400 horse motor it definitely has my interest. Even so, they're going to have to offer some kind of incentive in terms of financing to get into that thing. The price point is getting right up there with the BMW where there's really no comparison.

  3. looks like a Ford Taurus that Ford spent an extra $500.00 to call it a Lincoln and charge you 15 grand more. Forget resale value, possible value for someone buying these cars when they are 2 to 4 years old.

  4. This is what Lincoln should've stayed the whole time! classic understated luxury! This car styling wise is just like the decade old Lincoln Town Car, it's so beautiful! Those fugly whales "split-wing" MKZ/MKS/MKX/MKT should never existed in the first place. That Wolfe dude almost took Lincoln brand away from us, and now it's back!

  5. im always dissapointed. i saw this car in concept. and its so deluted now. i understand that a concept is not the actual thing. but i always feel ripped off when the car goes into production. this is not the car i fell inlove with.

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