For 2020, the Continental trims have been simplified to the entry-level Standard, the mid-range Reserve and the luxurious Black Label. There will also be a limited run of 2020 Continental Coach Door Editions, with only 150 units available. See the 2020 Lincoln Continental models for sale near you
We think the best Continental is the Reserve trim with the 400-hp 3.0-liter V6. You'll get all the luxury features one expects from this class, plus AWD and access to most of the Continental's optional features. Find a Lincoln Continental for sale
The Lincoln Continental comes in three trims: Standard, Reserve and Black Label.
The Continental Standard ($46,305, FWD; $48,305, AWD) includes the 3.7-liter V6, adaptive steering, Lincoln's Continuously Controlled Dampening suspension, automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, auto high beams, lane-keeping assist, a rearview monitor, blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. Also standard are 18-in alloy wheels, Lincoln Soft Touch seating, 10-way power heated front seats with lumbar support, SYNC 3, an 8-in LCD capacitive touchscreen with swipe capability, 10-speaker premium audio, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, a power tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel with memory, a configurable instrument cluster, a push-button gear selector, Active Noise Cancellation, dual-zone automatic climate control, Intelligent Access with push-button start, front and rear parking assist, Lincoln's Forward Sensing System, hill start assist, E-Latch power-operated exterior door handles, adaptive HID headlights, power-heated and folding exterior mirrors, active grille shutters, a keyless entry touchpad and an electronic parking brake.
The Continental Reserve ($59,870, FWD; $61,870, AWD) adds the 2.7-liter engine, Bridge of Weir leather seating, 24-way power-adjustable front seats, navigation, a 360-degree camera, a head-up display, 13-speaker Revel audio, the Lincoln Way mobile app with an embedded modem, a twin-panel moonroof, a heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, rain-sensing wipers, windshield wiper de-icers, a power rear sunshade and two rear-seat USB charging ports. The Reserve trim is where the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 becomes available, too. Every Continental equipped with the 3.0-liter engine includes AWD as standard equipment. The Rear Seat Amenities package ($3,000) adds rear sunshades, 40/20/40 seats with a folding control-panel armrest, power-reclining rear seats, heated and cooled rear seats with power lumbar, inflatable rear safety belts and rear vents.
The Continental Black Label ($70,205, FWD; $75,470, AWD) includes the Black Label membership (mobile showroom, personal liaison, 4-year/50,000 mile maintenance coverage and complimentary vehicle washes and detailing), 20-in wheels, an Alcantara headliner, in-cabin air filtration, a luxury console, the Lincoln Way mobile app with an embedded modem and Lincoln Concierge, Venetian leather seats, tri-zone climate control, a heated leather steering wheel, a 19-speaker Revel audio system and unique Black Label styling cues. Options include the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6, most packages offered on the Reserve trim that aren't already standard, plus three unique interior color themes: Chalet, Rhapsody and Thoroughbred. The Rear Seat Amenities package remains a $3,000 option.
|Basic||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||6 Years/70,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||5 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||Unlimited Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Maintenance||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
2020 Lexus LS -- The Lexus LS gives you a bit more room and unique luxury features, such as the Executive Class Seating option, and it offers more power. The LS's styling might be a bit too over the top for some, but it does have a long and proven record of reliability and a strong resale value.
2020 Volvo S90 -- The S90 offers a handsome exterior that's a bit more refined than the Continental's, and its interior is an exercise in elegant simplicity. The S90 has some of the most sophisticated autonomous driving assists available and its underpowered T5 drivetrain has been dropped for 2020. There's also a powerful hybrid version.
2020 Cadillac CT6 --The CT6 offers a less flamboyant design and is geared a bit more toward aggressive driving. It can match the Continental in power, and enthusiasts will prefer the Cadillac's rear-wheel drive to the Continental's front-drive design. As of 2019, the CT6 is the only car available with the outstanding Super Cruise system, which is the industry's first hands-free semi-autonomous driving tech.
Used Mercedes-Benz S-Class -- A 2013-2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class can be had for about the same cost as an entry-level Continental. You'll have more engine choices, more interior room and a lot more clout with the parking valet.