The 2020 Lincoln Corsair Configurator Is Live Allowing You To Load It Up To $60,000

Lincoln has launched the online configurator for the new Corsair, the brand’s entry into the luxury compact crossover class.

Available here, it includes two different versions of the vehicle, called the Standard and Reserve. Pricing kicks off from $35,945 and $42,630, respectively, not including a $995 destination charge. Even the base model is decently specced, with Co-Pilot360 driver assist technology, SYNC3 infotainment and other standard gear.

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You’ll have to settle with front-wheel drive with the base models, as AWD is an optional extra that bumps the starting price to $40,540, again, excluding destination. Power in both cases comes from the 2.0-liter engine rated at 250 horsepower and 275 lb-ft (373 Nm) of torque. The 2.3-liter unit, with 280 hp and 310 lb-ft (420 Nm) of torque is available for the Corsair Reserve and selecting it, along with the all-wheel drive system, will bring the MSRP to $50,365.

If you’re up to it and want to further attack your bank account, then you can go for Reserve II Equipment Collection that adds adaptive suspension, 24-way electrically adjustable front seats, Lincoln Co-Pilot360 Plus Package and more. Then you’ll have to choose the exterior color, wheels and options, before arriving inside, where things get even more costly.

Mind you, by choosing every optional extra, the price of the 2020 Lincoln Corsair can exceed the $60,000 mark, which would bring to you Mercedes-Benz GLE territory, as it starts from $56,200. For reference, the Mercedes GLC, which is a similarly-sized premium proposal to the likes of the Corsair, costs $40,700, without ticking any boxes, of course.

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  • nellydesign

    For more reference, the Cadillac XT4 comes out over $60k with all the options checked as well.

    • Benjamin B.

      XT4 is slightly smaller and is not as powerful as the Corsair.


  • WalthamDan

    $60k+ for something with that outdated looking front clip? No thanks.


  • no25

    that continuous air vent design makes any interior look extremely cheap…just look at the VWs and Audis that have it. guess the Aviator was the peak of new Lincoln design. may be headed back downhill now.

    • Benjamin B.

      I disagree… Volkswagen/Audi models have among the best interiors. And people like VW/Audi interiors.

      • no25

        good for you, loser.

        • Benjamin B.

          What car do you drive? A 2002 Hyundai Sonata? lol

          • no25

            lol. nah, sweetie. glad you can assume my car. thats what the typical little teenagers on here do, so i guess i should be used to it.

        • Karl

          You sound like the loser here Bud!

    • Benjamin B.

      I also think the Corsair look pretty good. Have you been inside the vehicle ?

      • no25

        cool, congrats. idfc. and its not even out yet, idiot. have you been inside the vehicle ?

        • Benjamin B.

          No and that’s my point… VW/Audi’s are pretty nice inside though and the Navigator is very nice too

  • Benjamin B.

    The price is competitive with the Cadillac XT4 and Mercedes-Benz GLC. The GLE is more than $60k.

  • charlotteharry57

    While the base price is reasonable, the $60K topper is not, considering that that’s not even the Black Label. Other sites are screaming “$60K for an Escape? Are they on drugs?”. I agree.

  • Rocket

    Too much focus on max price rather than the cost of entry. $42k [before discounts] is a very competitive starting price in this class for the top trim level. Our GLC300 stickered at nearly $64k three years ago, and it wasn’t close to maxed out.

  • ErnieB

    While I like this SUV/CUV, I’d still prefer the Volvo XC60.

  • SteersUright

    Navigator? Meh, better than before but nothing great. Corsair? Dumb name and terrible looking from the front but, interior seems pretty nice. Aviator shaping up to be the most desirable Lincoln by far.

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