How Much Does the Lincoln Continental Cost

The 2020 Lincoln Continental starts at $46,305, which is one of 

the lowest base prices among luxury large cars. The mid range 

Lincoln Continental Reserve starts at $59,870, and the range-

topping Continental Black Label retails for $70,205.

2020 Lincoln Continental
Continental Interior

How Many People Does the Continental Seat?

The Lincoln Continental seats five people comfortably. The second 

row has expansive legroom, even for tall riders, though they may 

find headroom a little lacking.


The front seats have standard 10-way power adjustments that help 

you find an ideal position, and you can upgrade to 24- or 30-way 

multi contour front seats that you may never want to get out of. 

The cabin generally feels spacious, but there's not as much front 

legroom as you might expect.


An optional package enhances the already sumptuous rear seats. 

Fully outfitted, the second-row seats are heated and ventilated and 

have power-reclining and power lumbar adjustments. Also, the 

center armrest has controls for seat, audio, and climate settings.


Continental and Child Car Seats

There are two full sets of LATCH connectors for the rear outboard 

seats. The rear middle seat has a tether anchor and the ability to 

borrow lower anchors from both sides.

The tether anchors are easy to find, and while the lower anchors 

areset deeply in the seats, there's enough room to move your hands 

around and attach the car-seat straps with little effort.


Continental Interior Quality

This Lincoln generally has a nice interior. Most materials are of 

high quality, and the cabin design is sleek and modern. However, 

there are some lower-grade plastics that are unimpressive for a 

vehicle at this price point. Critics also note some build-quality 

issues and a less-than-satisfying fit and finish.


Continental Cargo Space

The Continental's trunk measures 16.7 cubic feet, which is pretty 

good for a luxury large car. By comparison, the Genesis G90 has 

15.7 cubic feet, and the Kia K900 has just 15.3 cubic feet.

This Lincoln's trunk opening is large and wide, but the cargo area 

isn't that tall. It's easy to load in heavy items thanks to a low lift-in 

height.


Continental Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation

The Continental's standard SYNC 3 infotainment system is user-

friendly and features a simple menu structure and clear, basic 

graphics. The 8-inch touch screen is quick to respond to your 

commands, and there are physical knobs and controls elsewhere on 

the dashboard for common adjustments such as volume and 

temperature.


SYNC 3 comes standard with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, 

giving you easy access to many of your smartphone apps. Other 

standard features include satellite radio, a 10-speaker stereo, dual-

zone automatic climate control, proximity key less entry, and 

remote start. The list of options includes navigation, a 13- or 19-

speaker Revel premium stereo, a household-style power outlet, tri-

zone automatic climate control, two rear USB ports, and a twin-

panel moon roof.


Continental Performance

Continental Engine: Twin-Turbos Are Better

The 2020 Lincoln Continental's standard power train features a 3.7-

liter V6 engine that puts out 305 horsepower. While that may 

sound like a lot of muscle, it translates to merely OK acceleration 

on the street. It'll get you where you need to go without drama, but 

it doesn't offer much excitement.


Two twin-turbocharged V6 engines are available: a 2.7-liter that 

makes 335 horsepower and a 3.0-liter that's good for 400 

horsepower. Both deliver forceful acceleration and have more 

power on tap for high-speed passing and merging maneuvers.

A six-speed automatic transmission is standard throughout the 

lineup. It shifts abruptly and usually struggles to find the right 

gear. Overall, it feels inconsistent and unrefined.


Continental Gas Mileage: Fill Up Often

The 2020 Continental gets poor fuel economy for a luxury large 

car. With the base V6 engine, the Continental gets an EPA-

estimated 17 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway. Models 

with the 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6 are a little more efficient, with 

ratings of 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.

Models with the 3.0-liter V6 return the worst ratings in the lineup: 

16/24 mpg city/highway.


Continental Ride and Handling: Well-Mannered

The Continental provides a comfortable ride, though harsher 

pavement causes some bumps and noises to intrude into the cabin.

Body movements are well-controlled around corners, but there's a 

distinct lack of steering response and feedback from the road. 

Despite its size, this large car is pretty maneuverable in tight spots.


Continental Reliability

Is the Lincoln Continental Reliable?

The 2020 Lincoln Continental has a predicted reliability rating of 

three out of five from J.D. Power. That rating is considered about 

average among all new vehicles.


Lincoln Continental Warranty

Lincoln covers the Continental with a four-year/50,000-mile basic 

warranty and a six-year/70,000-mile power train warranty.


Continental Safety

Continental Crash Test Results

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 

2020 Lincoln Continental an overall crash test rating of five out of 

five stars. The car earned five stars in frontal and side crash tests 

and four stars in the rollover test.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety hasn’t yet tested the 

2020 Continental.


Continental Safety Features

The Lincoln Continental comes standard with adaptive cruise 

control, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, front and 

rear parking sensors, rain-sensing windshield wipers, automatic 

high-beam headlights, forward pre collision warning, automatic 

emergency braking, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, 


adaptive headlights, and a rear view camera. Some of these are 

part of the Lincoln Co-Pilot 360 bundle of driver assistance 

features. The standard My Key system lets you set volume and 

speed limits on the car and monitor the behavior of secondary 

drivers.


Optional driver assistance features include automatic parking 

assist, a head-up display, and a surround-view parking camera 

system.


Continental Dimensions and Weight

The Lincoln Continental is 16.8 feet long. It has a base curb weight 

of 4,233 pounds.

Where Is the 2020 Lincoln Continental Built?

Lincoln builds the 2020 Continental in Michigan.


Which Lincoln Continental Model Is Right for Me

The 2020 Lincoln Continental is available in three trim levels: 

Standard, Reserve, and Black Label. The Standard comes with a 

3.7-liter V6 engine, while Reserve and Black Label models feature 

a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6. Each has standard front-wheel 

drive. All-wheel drive is available for as little as $2,000. 

Continental Reserve and Black Label models are available with a 

3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6.


Unless you want the additional power, opt for the base model. It’s 

well-equipped, and you can add many of the features found in 

higher trims, like navigation and leather seats, by purchasing 

options or packages.


Lincoln Continental Standard

The 2020 Lincoln Continental Standard starts at $46,305. Features 

include synthetic leather upholstery, 10-way power-adjustable and 

heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, an auto-

dimming rear view mirror, a universal garage door opener, dual-

zone automatic climate control, proximity key less entry, and 

remote start.


The standard SYNC 3 infotainment system consists of an 8-inch 

touch screen, satellite radio, a 10-speaker stereo, Android Auto, 

and Apple Car Play. Standard driver assistance features include 

adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic 

alert, front and rear parking sensors, rain-sensing windshield 

wipers, automatic high-beam headlights, forward collision 

warning, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, 

lane keep assist, adaptive headlights, a rear view camera, and the 

My Key driver monitoring system.


A twin-panel moon roof is optional for $1,750. For $795, the 

Elements package comes with heated rear seats and a heated 

steering wheel. The $1,500 Convenience package adds a hands-

free power trunk lid, soft-close doors, and voice-activated touch-


screen navigation. If you get the Convenience package, you can 

also add the $3,450 Premium package, which includes leather 

upholstery, a 13-speaker Revel audio system, HD Radio, and 

unique wheels.


Lincoln Continental Reserve

Starting at $59,870, the Lincoln Continental Reserve comes with 

leather upholstery, 24-way power-adjustable and ventilated front 

seats, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, a hands-free 

power trunk lid, tri zone automatic climate control, two rear USB 

ports, a 13-speaker Revel stereo, HD Radio, navigation, a twin-

panel moon roof, automatic parking assist, a head-up display, and a 

surround-view parking camera system.


Thirty-way power-adjustable front seats are optional for $1,500. 

The $4,750 Luxury package comes with upgraded wheels, LED 

headlights, and a 19-speaker Revel stereo.


For $3,000, the Rear Seat Amenities package includes a household-

style power outlet, ventilated rear seats, four-way power lumber 

adjustments, power-reclining seats, inflatable seat belts, a center 

armrest control console, and rear window sunshades.


Lincoln Continental Black Label

The Continental Black Label retails for $70,205. It adds upgraded 

Venetian leather upholstery, 30-way power-adjustable multi 


contour front seats, a 19-speaker Revel stereo, LED headlights, 

and a household-style power outlet.

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