Lincoln Motors will now be offering vehicle pickup and delivery for all service customers, free of charge, across all 2017 nameplates beginning with the all-new Lincoln Continental.
A Lincoln Service Valet will pick up your vehicle at an agreed location (e.g. hone or workplace), provide you a loaner vehicle, and then deliver the vehicle to the dealership for service.
Once all maintenance and/or repairs are done, the vehicle is washed and cleaned. Clients can then arrange for it to be returned to them at the location of their choice.
Andrew Frick, Lincoln North America sales and service director, expressed:
“This kind of Quiet Luxury provides an exclusive and personally crafted service experience that enhances their lifestyle and saves them what is a true luxury item – their time.”
Lincoln is small player in the luxury car segment and hopes the valet delivery service will help distinguish it from the crowd. Ford’s luxury brand appears to be in an upward trajectory, so the future looks brighter.
Lincoln Navigator Gets More Tech, Three Monochromatic Packages For 2020
Buyers gets more standard tech and safety features, more luxury, and more style.
Lincoln has announced several updates for the 2020 Lincoln Navigator, most conspicuous of which are three new Monochromatic packages.
Exclusive to the Navigator Reserve trim level, the Monochromatic Package are available in three colors — Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl and Infinite Black — and, according to Lincoln, “reflect the minimalistic color trend popular in fashion and home décor, where variations of a single hue result in a smooth yet vibrant color scheme that’s easy on the eyes.”
The company has also updated the large SUV with the same ‘Phone As A Key’ technology as the Aviator, allowing owners to lock and unlock, open the liftgate , start the car with nothing more than their smartphone. ‘Phone As A Key’ is standard on all models, as are power running boards, heated and ventilated front-row seats, and a wireless charging pad that help deliver a more luxurious experience.
On the safety front, all Navigator models come standard with the Lincoln Co-Pilot360 suite of driver-assist technologies, which includes auto high beams, blind spot detection, lane keeping assist, automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning and pedestrian detection.
Sales of the 2020 Lincoln Navigator begin in November 2020.
New, 2020 Lincoln Corsair Luxury SUV Is A Baby Aviator
Lincoln has unveiled the all-new, 2020 Lincoln Corsair, the replacement for the MKC.
As the company’s contender in the crowded compact luxury crossover segment, the Corsair is a lot more stylish and sophisticated than the MKC, borrowing many styling cues from the new Nautilus, Aviator, and Navigator. I fact, I would go as far as to call it a baby Aviator.
The Corsair has an attractive exterior, but it’s the interior that makes the biggest statement. It comes standard with an 8.0-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi across all trims and phone-as-key technology that allows owners to keep their key at home and use their smartphone instead, while an optional 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and wireless charging adds more functionality. Exotic leather colors and shapely wooden inserts lend greatly to its classy atmosphere.
The options list also includes 24-way adjustable seats with massage and ambient lighting, a massive panoramic glass roof, and 14-speaker Revel audio system
At launch, the new Corsair will give buyers two engine options. There is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder unit that produces 250 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque and an optional, slightly more powerful 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 280 hp and 310 lb-ft. A plug-in hybrid model will join the lineup later on.
All Corsair models get Lincoln’s basic suite of safety features, which includes automatic high beams, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot monitoring, and lane-keep assist. Adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, reverse brake assist, and automatic park assist are optional.
Sales of the new, 2020 Lincoln Corsair begin in fall 2019. Did Lincoln do a good job?
Lincoln Is Making An ‘Elegant’, Mustang-Inspired Electric SUV
Ford’s premium brand seems to be making all the right moves lately…
Lincoln has been on a roll with its latest rash of vehicle launches, all of which have won rave reviews for their quality and all-round attention to detail.
The company is now working on a Mustang-inspired electric SUV that, if the new Aviator and Navigator SUVs are anything to go by, will go above and beyond in the area of design and luxury.
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Kumar Galhotra, Ford’s President of North America, told Automotive News that even though the model will share a platform with Ford’s electric SUV, it will be quite different. The Lincoln will emphasize the brand’s “quiet luxury” theme, while the Ford will be a lot more aggressive.
“You can make beautiful vehicles in different ways,” the executive stated. “The BEV technology gives us so much freedom to sculpt that vehicle exactly how we want it. We’re going to create elegant Lincoln BEVs.”
Ford’s electric SUV is expected to arrive sometime in 2020, but it’s not clear when we’ll see the new Lincoln EV. What are you hoping to see?