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    Rumorpile: Lincoln Continental To Be One and Done?

    The grim reaper appears to circling around the Lincoln Continental if a new report is to believed. 

    Ford Authority has learned from sources familar with Lincoln's future product plans that the Continental will be end after this current-generation. No reason was given as to why the Continental could be shown the door. If we were to hazard a guess, it might be due to low sales number.  Throughout its 18 months of being on sale, Lincoln has only moved 18,846 Continentals.

    • 2016 (Sept to Dec): 5,261
    • 2017: 12,012
    • 2018 (so far): 1,573

    The Continental is doing much better than the Lexus GS (1,009 models) and Acura RLX (285 models) so far this year. But it pales in comparison to the Cadillac XTS (3,163 vehicles, most going to fleets). The 2018 sales figures become more disheartening when you take into account that Lincoln spent close to a billion dollars to launch the Continental.

    The Truth About Cars also notes that other models that use Continental's platform, CD4 don't have a bright future. As we reported previously in the rumorpile, the Ford Fusion will not be built in North America after 2020. Plans for a redesigned Fusion have also been canned. We wouldn't be surprised if this carries over to the sister MKZ model.

    Ford has been working on a new CD6 platform that reportedly can be configured for front-, rear-, and all-wheel drive. A source tells The Truth About Cars that this platform would have underpinned the next-generation Continental, MKZ, Ford Fusion, and Mustang under CEO Mark Fields. With a new CEO, those plans have changed as the only models that will use CD6 are the next-generation Explorer and sister Lincoln model.

    Source: Ford Authority, The Truth About Cars



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    WOW, based on looking at average sales price for the Continental you get $52,888 so with only 18,846 sold, that equals a total of $996,727,248. So here in the 3rd year they have not even fully recovered R&D costs let alone marketing and sales cost. Ouch, I would have to say then that auto that sell less than 25,000 a year are money losers.

    This would imply many of the expensive high priced luxury cars that only sell a few hundred a month are losing money, not making it for the auto company.

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    but a neo-nazi homophobe told C&G this car would take wings and fight europe and make the bad ol' electrics go away

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    Not surprised by this, but what terrible product planning by Ford, and it shows how the car was underdeveloped in the first place.  The Continental has zero when it comes to performance, and it doesn't have more luxury, more features or better build quality than anything else that price point, so it has nothing to win on.  Plus full size sedan isn't really a growing segment, really a Lincoln the size of the MKZ should be the $50,000 Lincoln and a car smaller than that should be the $35,000 Lincoln.

    This goes to the overall poor execution of the Lincoln brand.  All of their product is a dressed up Ford and people aren't going to pay luxury money for Escape or Fusion under pinnings.  Even the new Navigator which they tout as a success gets outsold by an aging Escalade and the really aging GLS.  When the BMW X7 hits, the Audi Q8, the new GLS, Navigator sales will drop under 1,000 per month in 2019 and then they'll wait until 2024 to update it, if Lincoln is still around then.

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    It was bad when people inside Ford were questioning the release of this. It simply does not have a place-nor a price to justify it....

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    MKS was well below the target but at least it wasn't a cartoon show like this is.

    the exterior i can live with but the interior just doesn't qualify as luxury.  it's a cobbled together discombobulated interior that maybe would be considered luxury compared to a 90's hyundai.

    if ford replaces this it can only be good

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    The pricing on the Continental is terrible, I just went to their website, the Black Label 2.7L is $70k and there are some options you can add to that.  This car is easily $15,000 overpriced for what it is.   Probably what Lincoln should do to salvage some of this, is put this car's body, powertrain, interior, and features, etc and shorten overall length by 10 inches and make it the new MKZ,  and cut the base price to $37,950 and make the Black Label $49,950 with the 400 hp V6.  

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    I think Ford is having some issues selling the MKZ as well as the Continental.  Too bad neither car distinguishes themselves from the competition in any significant way.  Why would anyone switch to a Lincoln from a German car or a Cadillac?

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    12 hours ago, smk4565 said:

    The pricing on the Continental is terrible, I just went to their website, the Black Label 2.7L is $70k and there are some options you can add to that.  This car is easily $15,000 overpriced for what it is.   Probably what Lincoln should do to salvage some of this, is put this car's body, powertrain, interior, and features, etc and shorten overall length by 10 inches and make it the new MKZ,  and cut the base price to $37,950 and make the Black Label $49,950 with the 400 hp V6.  

    I agree the pricing is very high for what you get, but cutting the size down will not help as it already has a very tight interior for larger people.

    At this point, drop the MKZ, then drop the price of this car by $15,000 and sales should fly.

    Price it where everyone else in the mid level market has their mid priced auto's so that there is added value of a full size 4 door car at a mid size price giving it added value and a perceived mid-level luxury.

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    You know, in hindsight this car probably wasn't worth it, but Lincoln tried the old nameplate routine, and it seems that it has failed. No Conti means definitely no Taurus ever again too. Tho I do remember mentioning how the Continental was just a bonus for USA and Canada, as it was really meant for China.

     

    That explain why you conk your head and get a concussion every time you get in one DFelt!

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    50 minutes ago, Suaviloquent said:

    You know, in hindsight this car probably wasn't worth it, but Lincoln tried the old nameplate routine, and it seems that it has failed. No Conti means definitely no Taurus ever again too. Tho I do remember mentioning how the Continental was just a bonus for USA and Canada, as it was really meant for China.

     

    That explain why you conk your head and get a concussion every time you get in one DFelt!

    Very True,

    USA Average Man is 5'9" tall

    China Average Man is 5'5" tall

    4 inches makes a big difference in how an auto fits people. Wonder how many Conti are sold in China compared to the US? :scratchchin:

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    Found this video today.

    Seems the Aviator is back to go with the Nautilus aka old name MKX.

    I see some think this is all about trying to take the brand and grow it in China. Interesting

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    I found the MKS to be an attractive car, once trailing one up along the 15 (Autoroute des Laurentides) to Mont-Tremblant, Quebec.  All the proportions and angles seemed just right and such an improvement for a marque that generally has never appealed to me compared to GM's Cadillac division.

    As for this vehicle, I will have to say that it is a beautifully crafted car.  Some aspects of it are very nice, such as the imposing and classic grille as well as the nicely finished interior, especially in blue leather.

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    18 hours ago, trinacriabob said:

    I found the MKS to be an attractive car, once trailing one up along the 15 (Autoroute des Laurentides) to Mont-Tremblant, Quebec.  All the proportions and angles seemed just right and such an improvement for a marque that generally has never appealed to me compared to GM's Cadillac division.

    As for this vehicle, I will have to say that it is a beautifully crafted car.  Some aspects of it are very nice, such as the imposing and classic grille as well as the nicely finished interior, especially in blue leather.

    I havent seen one Continental yet in La Belle Province....and I live here! 

    Probably the only one sold in Quebec you saw...Id buy lottery tickets if I were you! 

     

    And yes...I am happy that you get to visit our Province from time to time.

    Mont Tremblant is such a great place. You dont even have to ski. Just take in the sights and sounds of the place.  (bars and restaurants and quite expensive boutiques...)

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    56 minutes ago, oldshurst442 said:

    I havent seen one Continental yet in La Belle Province....and I live here! 

    Probably the only one sold in Quebec you saw...Id buy lottery tickets if I were you! 

     

    And yes...I am happy that you get to visit our Province from time to time.

    Mont Tremblant is such a great place. You dont even have to ski. Just take in the sights and sounds of the place.  (bars and restaurants and quite expensive boutiques...)

    Yes, thank you.  I believe every time I've been there is in October.  To me, Mont-Tremblant is all about the seasonal change, mostly autumn.  I gave up skiing a while back.  To those in the states, there are actually Asian groups who charter wide body jets to fly to Quebec to see the leaves at peak color.  The funny thing is that Japan also has an impressive changeover into autumn, yet these folks still choose to fly to Quebec.  Whether in Canada or in Europe, it's always interesting to watch the demure yet very curious groups of Asian tourists.

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    I actually think the MKz is a nice looking car. Very distinctive. However it never has had a very good interior. They could keep the MKz, put a completely new interior in it and at least get some sales volume out of it for 3-4 more years as a brand entry device. 

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    On 3/15/2018 at 7:17 PM, Cubical-aka-Moltar said:

    Was behind one on the road the other night..they have a great taillight pattern...

    Will be happy watching the tail end of this car go out the door...

     

    On 3/16/2018 at 8:40 PM, smk4565 said:

    The Continental name wasn't the problem, the lackluster car built on a Fusion chassis was.  

    I would upvote this by a thousand if I could.

    On 3/16/2018 at 11:58 AM, Frisky Dingo said:

    Yeah, this car was just DOA. Too much money for what it is. And playing in a drying up segment to boot.

    I have seen 2 on the road in the last month...and I have visited North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, South Carolina and a few other states by highway.

    A few more years these will be as uncommon as an AMC Marlin. I ahve literally seen more Model A Fords out and about than modern contis.

    On 3/15/2018 at 9:30 PM, daves87rs said:

    It was bad when people inside Ford were questioning the release of this. It simply does not have a place-nor a price to justify it....

    Again, if you and I can see it why could the people that run Ford Motor company not see this?

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    On 3/15/2018 at 7:12 PM, ocnblu said:

    Well I think the Continental is a beautiful car.  They certainly catch the eye on the road.

    Compared to an Altima, yes...I will give you that.

    On 3/15/2018 at 3:55 PM, FAPTurbo said:

    but a neo-nazi homophobe told C&G this car would take wings and fight europe and make the bad ol' electrics go away

    This car is incapable of challenging Cadillac, much less Benz and the big boys.

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    9 hours ago, A Horse With No Name said:

    Will be happy watching the tail end of this car go out the door...

     

    I would upvote this by a thousand if I could.

    I have seen 2 on the road in the last month...and I have visited North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, South Carolina and a few other states by highway.

    A few more years these will be as uncommon as an AMC Marlin. I ahve literally seen more Model A Fords out and about than modern contis.

    Again, if you and I can see it why could the people that run Ford Motor company not see this?

    Yep- Because any time the crowd gets a slight boner over something, Ford just has to get it out! 

    They could have been much, much quicker on cashing in on the small truck craze....but no-the Ranger is coming out as things slow down...hope they don't expect these to just fly off the lots. Upside on this was that the investment was low...and I think small trucks will pick up again when they start leasing these like they do the big trucks....:)

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    Lost in translation is what I think was the problem with this car.

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    It dont really matter on what platform FoMoCo decided to do this car on ....

    What done this car in is that the car, did not keep the showcar quality dazzling details.

    There are a plenty.

    The stance.  Longer wheelbase. I think the Edge is on the same platform, right? And I think the Edge might have a longer wheelbase, right? So what gives?

    The pristine and tight tolerances and the luxury car details. Concept down below.  Look at the hood. THAT hood and front area SCREAMS luxury. Tight tolerance. The hood closure is sealed shut and is one with the whole top front end. The bottom chrome trim. The back wheel arches have a certain presence with that bulge.  Muscular.

    Just impeccable luxurious details.

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    What we got.

    Image result for lincoln continental

     

    And front end hood and area that is the same as in a Ford Fusion.

    Image result for 2013 ford fusion se

     

    No cleaned up chrome trim on the bottom. (That chrome trim was a helluva nice touch in my opinion.) No bulge at the rear wheel wells.

    The actual production car just seems like a very ordinary ride. The production car we got should have been the MKZ...

    Image result for Lincoln MKZ

    Which low and behold...is what the MKZ actually is...(at least in the Continental and on the Fusion the hood area is more smoother...)

    Had the Continental we got be exactly like the concept, Lincoln would have had a hit on their hands...instead, it was just a more expensive MKZ (for nothing) which in turn is a more expensive Ford Fusion...

    Not good! (For the Continental and the Continental name plate...)

     

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