14 years after the last Continental was released on the retail market, Lincoln again unveiled an impressive luxury vehicle that will make you think you are royalty. Imagine, a secure PIN-code keyless-entry system attached to an E-latch door that opens to reveal the Lincoln Star logo welcome mat, so you don't step into a puddle. Get comfy in a "serene" and "spacious" interior and feel the velvety Bridge of Weird Deepsoft leather mold to your figure. You'll think this car was made just for you.
Drawing inspiration from the Ford Fusion RS in respects to the Sync 3 and the AWD system, the 2017 Lincoln Continental comes with smooth Scottish soft leather, and three lustrous interior designs Thoroughbred, Rhapsody, and Chalet, and they'll all give you butterflies inside.
Behind the signature grille pattern with Lincoln Logo, is a 305 horsepower 3.7-liter, V6 Engine, and 6-speed transmission. The driver and passenger have the liberty to choose their ideal seating arrangement with 30-way power seats which even offer heating and cooling functions. There is also an optional rear seating package complete with lumbar support and a built-in massage, a kind of comfort Matthew McConaughey sells in the new 2017 Lincoln Continental commercials. This luxury sedan has seating for up to five, USB ports in the rear seating area to occupy your passengers, and even a small champagne cooler for a limousine kind of feel.
Talking more mechanics, the dash is fit with an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen, a 10-speaker audio system to back it (19-speaker Revel audio), SYNC 3 technology, power sunshade, Premier with parking sensors, rearview cameras, and HID headlights and LED taillights. Consider our upgrades because they'll give you more luxury in this sedan.
Experience improved handling while driving and no problems with drivability. The vehicle holds to the road comfortably. The vehicle emphasizes a smooth and comfortable ride for all passengers. The cabin has active noise control and acoustic laminated glass, and an optional 20-inch foam-lined tires designed to absorb road noise.
Base models begin at $45,000 and go up of $80,000 when fully loaded. Experience nights on the town and relaxed business trips, but this car can do so much more. The 2017 Lincoln Continental could easily be a wine-country kind of car, and with the champagne cooler in the back, you could take some wine country home with you.
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