Lincoln Continental Model Review

17/26  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
5.8  Sec.
0-60 MPH
16.7  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Lincoln Continental?

The new Lincoln Continental comes fitted with some bigger better features than previous models. Ten speakers is the new standard when driving a Continental to help listen to the new audio system with AM/FM radio, and a satellite radio color touch screen. Also, the car now has full headlight control with a dusk sensor, automatically turning the headlights on at the appropriate time. The front seats received a boost as well, with them being heated bucket seats offering 5 power adjustments. The heating cooling system was given a bump too, now offering dual zone control to both the driver, and the passenger.

2018 Lincoln Continental Interior

Trims & Features

Lincoln came through with four trims available for the new Continental including the Premiere, Reserve, Select, and the Lincoln Black Label. All available trims come standard with dual-zone automatic climate control, a 10-speaker audio system, satellite radio, and the SYNC 3 infotainment system with an 8-inch touch screen and voice recognition. However, there are also available features that don't come standard, but may be of interest, such as tri-zone automatic climate control, two rear-seat USB charging ports, two Revel audio systems, and navigation. Cargo space is 16.7 cubic feet and has an available options of a hands-free power trunk lid. This allows you to pop open the trunk to put in your clubs without lifting a finger. With world class seats in the front, legroom is not a thing to worry about from the back, but headroom may be limited.

2018 Lincoln Continental Rear


The new Continental has three separate V6 options. Of those options, two of them are turbocharged. The standard engine comes with a six-speed automatic transmission, and is a 3.7-liter V6 that produces 305 horsepower. There are options available to beef this up to either 335, or 400 horsepower. Both of these come with turbocharged V6 engines, with one of them being a twin-turbo. The standard V6 engine gets 17 mpg* city and about 26 mpg* highway, but more fuel efficient options are available such as the twin-turbo option. This specific model gets 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg* highway.


2018 Lincoln Continental ExteriorSafety is a priority for the Lincoln Continental. When put through tests IIHS tests (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety), the Continental ranked Good in five out of five categories.Those scores are a direct result of safety features such as Traction Control, Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors, and Electronic Stability Control. Not to mention the abundance of air bags available located all around the car. The brakes offer premium stopping power with 4-wheel Disc Brakes, a 4-wheel ABS, and a Brake Assist System.

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