Are you ready for the new Continental? The 2019 Lincoln Continental is a luxury sedan that represents the latest advances since Ford revived the iconic brand in 2015. There are three main models of the Lincoln Continental at various price points, and each is comparatively more affordable than competitors such as the Audi A8 or BMW 7 Series. The three available models are the Standard, Continental Reserve, and Continental Black Label, each offering more features and tech than the last. This model is a roomy sedan that provides for a comfortable ride for the driver and the passengers. It also provides exceptional value in the luxury sedan class with a full line of safety features that are included even in the base model. If you are looking for the perfect family vehicle or you just want to spoil yourself, this is the sedan for you. Ask these questions to find out more about the 2019 Lincoln Continental.
Does the 2019 Continental really feature rear-hinged doors?
There are some Limited-edition models that are incorporating rear-hinged doors. This was a popular feature in cars in the 1960s and open from the back instead of the front. These doors will be on 80 limited edition cars to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Lincoln Continental.
How is the performance?
With a 400 HP engine, the Lincoln Continental packs some power under the hood. The engine is a twin-turbocharged V6 engine with 2.7, 3.0, and 3.7-liter options. There are steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters that enable drivers to change gears by simply tapping them to engage the automatic transmission. Each model features Lincoln Drive Control which monitors suspension, has power-assisted steering and noise control. The Drive Control allows the car to give the driver its best performance with a minimum of effort on the driver's part.
How does the all-wheel drive work?
The car has an intelligent all-wheel drive which means that there are sensors and a computer system which is continuously monitoring road conditions, traction, steering and other things every 16 seconds. For the best possible acceleration under any road conditions, the Continental delivers.
Is the new Continental safe?
Having received five stars fTrom the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the new Continental is one of the safest new luxury cars on the road. The Continental has four-wheel ABS and disc brakes. There are front-impact, side-impact, overhead and knee airbags to protect passengers in the event of a crash. In addition, the Continental has pre-tensioners that will automatically tighten the seatbelt if there is a crash.
What features are included?
The interior can comfortably seat five and has a rear seat package that allows the occupants of the back seat to control their own environment. The seats are heated with massage functionality. The car is technologically advanced with the SYNC 3 system that allows users to give voice commands that handle music, phone calls and more. In addition, the Continental is compatible with Amazon Alexa.
What is the cost of the standard Continental model?
The Lincoln Continental Standard starts at $47,140. But it can be leased for $456 per month with $5,815 due at signing. Additionally, Ford offers competitive financing rates on new vehicles as well as other offers incentives and rebates for purchases. Just visit your local dealership to learn more.
How much do the other trims cost?
The Lincoln Continental Select starts at $50,840. The Continental Reserve is listed at $60,705 while the Black Label Select costs $71,040. You can obtain a special internet price on any of these vehicles directly through Lincoln's website. This price quote will come from any number of dealers that are in your area and will usually be less than the list price of the car. Each dealer may also have their own incentives to get you to purchase one of their vehicles. Contact your nearest Lincoln dealer to schedule a test drive on any model of the Continental.
Is the 2019 Continental a complete redesign?
The new Continental is not a complete redesign. Many of the features and engine options from 2018 are carried over to the 2019 Lincoln Continental. Nevertheless, drivers who did not own the 2018 Continental will find plenty to love about this newer model, but there won't be enough changed to warrant an upgrade if you do own a 2018 model.