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    2017 Lincoln Continental To Begin At $45,485


    Pricing for the 2017 Lincoln Continental has been announced and it will begin at $45,485 with destination. This will net you the Premiere front-wheel drive with a 3.7L V6 with 300 horsepower. Standard equipment for the Premiere includes leather, 10-way power front seats, 10-speaker audio system, HID headlights, 18-inch wheels, and remote start. All-wheel drive will add $2,000 to the base price.

     

    Here is how the remainder of the 2017 Continental lineup breaks down:

    • Select: Have the choice of the 3.7L V6 or 2.7L twin-turbo V6 producing 335 horsepower. Features such as hands-free powered trunk lid, soft-closing doors, 19-inch wheels, and premium leather upholstery. Select prices range from $48,440 for the 3.7 V6 front-wheel drive model to $52,690 for the 2.7 twin-turbo V6 all-wheel drive.
    • Reserve: Adds the twin-turbo 3.0L V6 with 400 horsepower and all-wheel drive as a powertrain option. 24-way power front seats with ventilation, tri-zone climate control, and power rear sunshade. $54,840 gets you into the 3.7L V6 front-wheel drive Reserve. To get the 3.0L twin-turbo V6 engine, be prepared to drop $60,105.
    • Black Label: The top of the line trim comes with 20-inch wheels, LED headlights, Revel audio system, and the choice of three different “Designer Themes,” that brings their own color schemes. Black Label also gives the owner access to various “privileges,” such as concierge service at the dealer, remote delivery of the vehicle within 30 Miles of select dealers, complimentary car washes, complimentary annual detailing services, and the Culinary Collection - a 'curated' list of restaurants in the U.S. that will provide an “at-your-service” experience. The collection gives the owner one complimentary dinner for two at one of the restaurants on the list. Pricing starts at $63,840 for the 2.7 twin-turbo V6 front-wheel drive model and climbs to $69,105 for the 3.0L twin-turbo V6.


    When compared to its closest competitor, the Cadillac CT6, the Continental undercuts by $9,005.

     

    Source: Automobile Magazine, Automotive News (Subscription Required)

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