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2017 Lincoln

$35,899* 43K miles
CarMax Brandywine
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
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Location: CarMax Brandywine in Brandywine, Maryland 20613
Description: Used 2017 Lincoln Continental Reserve for sale - $35,899, 43,339 miles with Technology Package, Auto Cruise Control, 4WD/AWD, Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) It is excellent for business and travel

About The Lincoln Continental

Vehicle Summary

While production of the ninth-generation Lincoln Continental ceased in 2002, a brand-new generation of Continental was released beginning with the 2017 model year—and the latest generation of the Continental looks almost nothing like its predecessor. Offering more luxurious features than ever before and many high-performance engine options, the Lincoln Continental is certainly worth checking out for those in the market for a large luxury sedan. 

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Lincoln Continental Trim Configurations

The 10th and most recent generation of Lincoln Continental (2017-present) is available in four trim configurations. The following trim-specific features are based on the 2018 Continental, though offerings are pretty consistent across all recent model year releases. 

2018 Lincoln Continental Premier

  • 18-inch alloy wheels 
  • Front and rear parking sensors 
  • Adaptive suspension 
  • Keyless entry 
  • 3.7L V6 engine with EPA-rated fuel estimates of 20 mpg combined (2018 model year with FWD)1 

2018 Lincoln Continental Select

  • Larger 19-inch wheels 
  • Hands-free trunk opener 
  • Leather upholstery 
  • Power-operated soft-close doors 
  • 3.7L V6 engine with EPA-rated estimates of 20 mpg combined (2018 model year with FWD)1 

2018 Lincoln Continental Reserve 

  • Premium 13-speaker sound system 
  • 24-way power-adjustable front seats 
  • Heated and ventilated front seats 
  • Three-zone climate control 
  • Standard turbocharged 2.7L V6 engine with EPA-rated estimates of 21 mpg combined (2018 model year with FWD)1 

2018 Lincoln Continental Black Label

  • 20-inch wheels 
  • Panoramic moonroof 
  • 30-way power-adjustable front seats 
  • Lifetime access to Lincoln's concierge service 
  • Standard turbocharged 2.7L V6 engine with EPA-rated estimates of 21 mpg combined (2018 model year with FWD)1 

1 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See for details.

Why Lincoln Continental?

Luxury and Performance

The new generation of Lincoln Continental is designed to compete with other large sedans in the luxury vehicle class, offering a wide range of luxurious features even in its base trim. For example, the base Premier trim in the 2018 Continental comes with such standard features as rear-seat air vents, dual-zone climate control, simulated leather upholstery, and an eight-inch touchscreen. Also standard is the Lincoln Connect system, which offers remote start, locking/un-locking, and GPS location from the convenience of your smartphone. 

The Continental also has a lot to offer in terms of performance, with three impressive engine options on its 2017-2019 model years. In the 2018 Continental, these include a standard 3.7L V6, a turbocharged 2.7L V6, and a turbocharged 3.0L V6. 

Comfortable and Quiet Interior

Its classification as a large sedan means drivers and passengers alike will enjoy plenty of space. Even the base trim on the Lincoln Continental offers a number of comfort features, including ventilated seats, a 10-way power-adjustable driver and passenger seat, and dual-zone climate control in the 2018 model. Upper trim configurations of the 2018 Continental, such as the Reserve trim, include even more features for a comfortable and quiet ride, including 24-way adjustable front heats, heated and ventilated front seats, three-zone climate control, and a power rear-window sunshade.The Lincoln Continental is also surprisingly quiet inside the cabin, even at highway speeds and on bumpy roads. 

Performance and Handling

All the engine offerings on the Lincoln Continental are capable and relatively powerful, so drivers who prefer a little more pep will appreciate this. Accelerating and merging at highway speeds is not an issue with any of the Continental's V6 engine options (including the turbocharged and twin-turbo V6s)—with the 2018 Continental's 3.0L V6 accelerating from zero to 60 mph in less than six seconds. 

And despite the larger size and profile of the Continental, it handles pretty well even around tight turns and corners. While it may not handle like a sports car due to its beefier size, AWD versions will offer an impressive maneuverability even in adverse road conditions. 


Q: Does the Lincoln Continental have an AWD/4WD option?

A: This depends on the specific model year of Lincoln Continental you choose. For the 2017 model year, the only trim configurations that come in all-wheel drive are the top-of-the-line Reserve and Black Label trims. For the 2018 and 2019 model years, all trim levels are available with standard front-wheel drive and optional all-wheel drive as an add-on. 

Q: Do all Lincoln Continentals have a V8 engine option?

A: No; in fact, the Lincoln Continental has not been available with a V8 engine since its ninth generation of production, which ran from 1982-2002. All new-generation model years of the Continental (2017-present) are equipped with different variations of a V6 engine, including a twin-turbo 3.0L V6 on the 2017 Continental Reserve and a turbocharged 2.7L V6 on the 2018 Continental Reserve, for those looking for more power behind the wheel. 

Q: Does the Lincoln Continental require premium gas?

A: Most tenth-generation model years of the Lincoln Continental (2017-present) should not require premium fuel. The one exception is the 2017 Continental Reserve with its twin-turbo engine, which Lincoln has stated does recommend premium fuel. You should always consult your vehicle owner's manual to determine which grade of gas is recommended. 

Reviews for Lincoln Continental

Overall Rating

4.3 out of 5(3 reviews)


It is excellent for business and travel

- carl turner, 2017 Lincoln Continental

Great car

I bought My Lincoln back in May,2007. I got it with 110,000 miles and now at 140,000, i have not had too serious problems with it. I had to put new brakes on it after 120,000 miles and they are starting to squeak again. I get around 21 miles to the gallon and with the 4.6, I feel this is great. I would tell a friend about this car, it is very comfortable even on long trips. The truck is huge. I love it.

- garrett, 2001 Lincoln Continental

Always loved a Lincoln..

I have always loved Lincoln's of any kind. I have owned two Lincoln Continentals, this being my second. I could not give this car 5 stars in quality because with both cars there were a few minor problems with the vehicle which were not problems with the overall functionality but annoying nonetheless...The lumbar support broke and the air conditioning broke on both vehicles. I guess the ac can probably be blamed on age. The overall quality is still good. This vehicle gets a solid 25-27 mpg on the highway and around 20-23 in town. If I stomp the pedal and really tear around it may drop as low as 15 but that is rare. Overall I am very satisfied with my Lincoln Continental and I would recommend it.

- Chris, 2001 Lincoln Continental

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