2017 Lincoln Continental

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2017 Lincoln Continental is a model name for a luxury car by the Lincoln owned by Ford. Along with the Zephyr, the Continental is a Lincoln nameplate, Lincoln Continental nameplate used for 49 years, from 1939 to 1948 and 1958-2002. The Lincoln Continental interior was over-the-top with table rear seats, beautiful finishes, and even a set of custom leather loafers for passengers in the back.

The 2017 Lincoln Continental model’s door handles on the production car is not in the middle of the door panels, but integrated into belt-line retain the Continental to quiet side appearance. A gentle pull of the handle and the E-latch door releases pop the door. The mirrors are mounted to the beltline.

2017 Lincoln Continental Interior

The 2017 Lincoln Continental interior is still a comfortable place inspired by private jets with soft leather, aluminum, and real wood trim. Front passengers enjoy available 30-way power seats with independent hip extensions, heating and cooling, and massage features. Unlike the concept, the production Continental is a more practical five-passenger vehicles instead of four.

While having to do rear passengers without a center, which sits outboard many facilities at their disposal including audio and climate controls, umbrellas, table seats with heating, cooling and massaging functions. To open the cockpit, a panoramic sunroof is available. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities are here, while audiophiles can spring for a 19-speaker premium audio system Revel. An active noise system and acoustic glass keep unwanted noise from the cabin the Continental.

2017 Lincoln Continental Engine

The Lincoln Continental 2017 model will be presented with an exclusive 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine is expected 400 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque deliver. Another Continental engine option will be a 2.7-liter V-6, but Lincoln has spec details given on smaller power plant. An optional all-wheel-drive system with torque vectoring boasts capabilities across the rear axle for better handling and stability. The new 2017 Continental Drive Control system offers three vehicle settings: comfort, normal and sport. Each match suspension and steering settings.

2017 Lincoln Continental Safety

Safety features for Lincoln Continental include helping pre-collision used to monitor sensors and cameras for possible accidents. If the system has an impact senses, the brakes will automatically engage to minimize the seriousness of the accident or bring the car to a halt. A 360-degree camera system helps with parking, while an available adaptive cruise control system a little stress out of traveling long road will take in the Continental.

2017 Lincoln Continental Specification

Type: Luxury vehicle
MSRP: From $44,560
Horsepower: 305 to 400 hp
Warranty: 4 yr/50,000 mi basic, 6 yr/70,000 mi powertrain
Fuel tank capacity: 19 gal
Engine: 2.7 L V6, 3.0 L V6, 3.7 L V6

2017 Continental Configuration & Price

2017 Continental  Premiere From $44,560
2017 Continental  Select From $47,515
2017 Continental  Reserve From $53,915
2017 Continental  Black Label From $62,915

2017 Lincoln Continental Select

2017 Lincoln Continental Select