Standard 4dr All-wheel Drive
2020 Lincoln Corsair

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The 2020 Lincoln Corsair is a compelling alternative to the compact luxury crossover establishment. It’s distinctively stylish inside and out, very spacious, and it clearly focuses on comfort rather than performance. Not only that, it has a base price that's thousands of dollars cheaper than its German rivals. It has a couple of drawbacks. Its quest for comfort does sacrifice some of its handling capability, and its overseas rivals still have nicer cabin materials. But there are enough positives that you’ll still want to give the Corsair a closer look. What's new for 2020? The Lincoln Corsair is a completely new model introduced this year. It replaces the Lincoln MKC, and like that crossover, the Corsair still shares its platform with the Ford Escape. What's the Corsair's interior and in-car technology like? While the Corsair is based on the Ford Escape, you wouldn’t be able to tell from the inside, and that’s a very good thing. The little Lincoln crossover has a unique interior, both in relation to the Escape and to the rest of its luxury segment. There's nothing remotely like it. The dashboard itself is low and wide, emphasized by the split-level design and the faux full-width air vent. The center stack has a cantilevered design that floats above the center console area and features chrome-plated switches and knobs. Base models get a stylish pinstriped aluminum trim panel on the dash paired with one of three upholstery color options including black, gray and beige. However, the Reserve steps things up considerably with differing wood and metal trim choices that correspond to the expanded leather color options that include a camel tan and dark turquoise (pictured above). All Corsairs get an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system mounted high on the dash within easy sight and reach. It uses a reskinned version of the latest Ford SYNC interface. The layout is straightforward and easy to navigate, and the more muted color options on the Lincoln system are easier on the eyes than the stark white Ford version. It’s a little bit slow to load new menus, though, and this carries over to the optional 12.3-inch instrument cluster screen available on the Reserve trim. The Corsair comes standard with an analog instrument cluster with a 6.5-inch info screen. We appreciate that many stereo and climate controls have dedicated switches and knobs on the center stack, and they have a nice heft to their actions. How big is the Corsair? The Corsair falls into the compact class of luxury crossovers, and although it’s significantly larger than its MKC predecessor, its exterior dimensions still put it on the slightly small side versus some of its competitors such as the Audi Q5 and BMW X3. However, it’s really quite large inside. It has more cargo space than the Q5, Cadillac XT4, Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class and Lexus NX. The X3 is about the only competitor with more room for stuff. As for passenger comfort, the Corsair is pleasant enough. Front passengers have a choice of two power …
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The 2020 Lincoln Corsair is a compelling alternative to the compact luxury crossover establishment. It’s distinctively stylish inside and out, very spacious, and it clearly focuses on comfort rather than performance. Not only that, it has a base price that's thousands of dollars cheaper than its German rivals. It has a couple of drawbacks. Its quest for comfort does sacrifice some of its handling capability, and its overseas rivals still have nicer cabin materials. But there are enough positives that you’ll still want to give the Corsair a closer look. What's new for 2020? The Lincoln Corsair is a completely new model introduced this year. It replaces the Lincoln MKC, and like that crossover, the Corsair still shares its platform with the Ford Escape. What's the Corsair's interior and in-car technology like? While the Corsair is based on the Ford Escape, you wouldn’t be able to tell from the inside, and that’s a very good thing. The little Lincoln crossover has a unique interior, both in relation to the Escape and to the rest of its luxury segment. There's nothing remotely like it. The dashboard itself is low and wide, emphasized by the split-level design and the faux full-width air vent. The center stack has a cantilevered design that floats above the center console area and features chrome-plated switches and knobs. Base models get a stylish pinstriped aluminum trim panel on the dash paired with one of three upholstery color options including black, gray and beige. However, the Reserve steps things up considerably with differing wood and metal trim choices that correspond to the expanded leather color options that include a camel tan and dark turquoise (pictured above). All Corsairs get an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system mounted high on the dash within easy sight and reach. It uses a reskinned version of the latest Ford SYNC interface. The layout is straightforward and easy to navigate, and the more muted color options on the Lincoln system are easier on the eyes than the stark white Ford version. It’s a little bit slow to load new menus, though, and this carries over to the optional 12.3-inch instrument cluster screen available on the Reserve trim. The Corsair comes standard with an analog instrument cluster with a 6.5-inch info screen. We appreciate that many stereo and climate controls have dedicated switches and knobs on the center stack, and they have a nice heft to their actions. How big is the Corsair? The Corsair falls into the compact class of luxury crossovers, and although it’s significantly larger than its MKC predecessor, its exterior dimensions still put it on the slightly small side versus some of its competitors such as the Audi Q5 and BMW X3. However, it’s really quite large inside. It has more cargo space than the Q5, Cadillac XT4, Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class and Lexus NX. The X3 is about the only competitor with more room for stuff. As for passenger comfort, the Corsair is pleasant enough. Front passengers have a choice of two power …
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$38,145 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
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Engine 2.0L I-4
MPG 21 City / 29 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 8-spd w/OD
Power 250 @ 5500 rpm
Drivetrain all wheel
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