Lincoln Continental 2017 Review, Interior, Price


Lincoln Continental 2017- Good things come to those who wait, in a Lincoln's case the all new flagship continental, couldn't have come soon enough. To succeed the Continental needs to stand out against stiff midsize luxury sedan competition from BMW and Mercedes. This car is imposing; the wide fender Lincoln has genuine presence. It modern but maintains the distinguish essence of the Continental nameplate .note the door handles that blend into the body crease. Regardless of the legacy, 2017 Lincoln Continental ushers in a new era when it comes to driving technology. The 2017 Continental shares a platform with the accomplished ford fusion and that brings responsive handling and a comfortable ride. The suspension snubs out the bump and it is whisper quiet inside.

2017 Lincoln Continental

2017 Lincoln Continental Interior details

2017 Lincoln Continental inside the interior certainly seems pampering at first but some details are puzzling. We’re not thrilled with the row of push buttons next to the radio but act as the gear selector and they are a reach, we think shifters should be intuitive and easy-to-use. Exiting the continental is a unique experience to. Interior door handles don't exist. Getting out of the continental requires pushing an electronic button. The seats look inviting and expensive with winged bolsters, but proved to be too narrow. We recommend trying out the optional seats with four-way lumbar adjustment. The back seat is more than generous and very comfortable. But that's expected in the couch like Lincoln.

2017 Lincoln Continental interior

2017 Lincoln Continental Features and Navigation

We’re very happy to see the intuitive sync 3 touchscreen infotainment system which is quick responding but a far reach. The Continental 2017 comes with standard apple carplay and android auto compatibility. Advanced safety features like forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking, come only as part of an optional technology package on the mid trim select and top-line reserve. We think these should be standard on every trim line. 2017 Lincoln Continental select all wheel drive, comes with blind spot, navigation, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, auto high beams and a windshield icer for a total of $55,590. Thanks for reading 2017 Lincoln Continental Review and read more 2017 Lincoln Navigator review