2021 Lincoln Corsair

February 24th, 2021 | 0 Comments | Lincoln

The 2021 Lincoln Corsair is a compact luxury crossover sold by Lincoln. The 2021 Lincoln Corsair will create its brand based on serenity and luxury. Lincoln offers first-class SUVs in Corsair, Reserve and Grand Touring trim levels. The Lincoln Corsair, which replaced the finished Lincoln MKC, was the best-selling vehicle for the Lincoln brand. Lincoln introduced the Corsair model in 2020 as a participant in the compact luxury crossover segment. The Lincoln Corsair is based on the Ford Escape, which shares its essential chassis and power transmission with this vehicle.

However, Lincoln has worked hard to show and feel the Corsair as a unique luxury vehicle. The exterior uses the brand’s latest design approach, while the interior features high-quality materials and decorations. 2021 Corsair is an American player in a segment that has long been dominated by European and Asian brands.

2021 Lincoln Corsair Standard

2021 Lincoln Corsair Standard

Lincoln 2021 Corsair model has added another plug-in SUV to its lineup with the launch of the new 2021 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring. Like the larger and more expensive Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring, the Corsair Grand Touring is a plug-in model that sets it apart from its Ford Escape Hybrid cousin and has a significantly different power supply and standard wheel drive. From the outside, not much is different in Grand Touring. The only signal that this is the PHEV version of the new Corsair is a unique grille equipped with a blue Lincoln star badge, special 20-inch wheels, a charging port on the front left wing, and a Spirit Blue badge elsewhere on the vehicle.

Lincoln Corsair 2021 Interior

The interior of the Corsair separates the cabin along a horizontal line, with a wide touch screen at the top and a control knob at the bottom, including a push-button device. It is abbreviated, deliberately reduced, and visual. With the second row of seats vertical, the Corsair’s cargo space is 27.6 cubic feet. When the 60/40 split second-row seats are lowered, the maximum load capacity is 57.6 cubic feet. Perhaps the Grand Touring trim’s hybrid battery pack could slightly reduce the load capacity. The front-row head angle is 39.5 inches on the Corsair, compared to 39.4 inches on the Cadillac XT4.

2021 Lincoln Corsair Interior

2021 Lincoln Corsair Interior

Lincoln Corsair 2021

Lincoln Corsair 2021

Standard Corsair hardware includes an Apple CarPlay, an 8.0-inch entertainment touch screen with Android Auto installed; built-in navigation is included in the top trim. A 6.5-inch display is standard, while a full 12.3-inch unit is optional. Four USB ports are standard, two more, and an optional wireless charging panel. A 10-speaker audio system is available and a 14-speaker Revel premium setting is optional or included in the backup trim. All trims can be equipped with a 360-degree parking camera system. The optional system allows the driver’s smartphone to be used instead of the usual car key.

2021 Lincoln Corsair Engine

The Corsair’s standard engine produces a 2.0-liter turbocharged four, 250 horsepower and 280 pounds of torque. FWD is standard and AWD is optional. An eight-speed automatic transmission is used. In 2020, the EPA estimated fuel consumption of this engine at 22/29 mpg city / highway with FWD and 21/29 mpg with AWD. It has a 2.3-liter turbo-four. The eight-speed automatic produces 280 horsepower and 310 lb.ft of torque, shipped with the AWD standard. The test measured 0-60 miles in 6.5 seconds from this engine. With this engine, fuel economy for the 2020 Corsair was rated at 21/28 mpg at EPA. For 2021, the Corsair Grand Touring will join the hybrid lineup with a plugin. It includes a 2.5-liter I-4 engine with a front-wheel drive CVT automatic and a rear-wheel drive engine with 14.4 kW / h. The combined power output is 266 horsepower. Lincoln has an all-electric driving distance of 25 miles.

Lincoln 2021 Corsair Safety

Lincoln Corsair receives a five-star overall safety score from NHTSA. From IIHS, 2021 Lincoln Corsair received the Best Safety Choice badge when equipped with existing LED projector headlights. Whatever it was, it had high performance in testing all IIHS cars. Standard active safety and driver-assisted features include forward-facing collisions with emergency braking in the car, blind tracking with a traffic warning, road warning and automatic high beams are present. Optional 2021 Lincoln Corsair safety features include an auxiliary-equipped cruise control, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and autonomous parking.

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