The 2020 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition starts at $115,470, before destination and dealer fees.
US production of the Continental will reportedly end in 2021.
Looking more authentic than the real thing, this Lincoln Continental convertible can be yours for $125,000.
The 2020 Escape is the first of more than 30 new models Ford China will launch in the next three years.
The recall involves almost 28,000 units of the Continental, made at Flatrock between 2015 and 2018.
Consumer Reports names its 10 most reliable cars so let’s see which one is the winner.
Customer deliveries will commence this summer, and Lincoln will relaunch it, probably for the 2020MY.
This factory built, diesel-powered Lincoln Continental is weird even by 1980’s standards.
The limited edition model will cost more than twice as much as the standard Continental.
The model has a 6-inch stretched wheelbase and boasts electronic rear doors that open 90-degrees.
Turns out that Lincoln wasn’t lying about its return to the iconic suicide-door design.
The cryptic tweet follows a report suggesting the Continental could get suicide rear doors in the future.