Lincoln was once a leading luxury automaker that created extravagant coupes and sedans. While the Ford affiliate continues to build luxurious vehicles, its lineup has transformed into mostly crossovers and SUVs. The lone sedans are the entry-luxury MKZ and iconic Continental, with its handsome styling and potent engine. The company's other prominent nameplate is the three-row Navigator. Beneath that range-topper are snazzy crossovers that mark the brand's transition back to traditional titles, including the compact Corsair and the all-new, mid-size Aviator.
Going head-to-head with the leaders of the luxury-sedan segment only serves to highlight the Continental's missteps, but it still looks good and pampers passengers.
Lincoln's latest in the brand's new-product assault—a strategy that aims to bring prestige back to the brand—is the compact Corsair, which will replace the aging MKC for the 2020 model year.
With a terrific twin-turbo V-6 option and an eminently comfy interior, the MKZ IS a quick and serene cruiser that has some unrefined quirks.
With its cushy ride, refined powertrains, and spacious interior, the Nautilus offers all the virtues of an American luxury sedan in an SUV body.
Despite its elegant exterior and effortless power, the 2020 Lincoln Navigator needs more work to be truly desirable.
If the name Continental conjures up memories of the soft-riding luxobarge that was phased out in the early 2000s, then your expectations of this modern-day revival are already set.
The MKC is based on the Ford Escape, but few will mistake it—with its elegant sheetmetal, nicer cabin, and distinctive grille—for its mainstream sibling.
Stylistically divergent from the Ford Flex with which it shares a platform, the MKT is equally spacious and comfortable.
Despite its sleek design, the 2019 Lincoln MKZ is a bit of a quandary: It shares its underpinnings with the Ford Fusion but costs more.
As the Lincoln Motor Company works to round out its lineup of sedans and SUVs, the 2019 Nautilus reports for frontline duty between the compact MKC and the three-row mid-size Aviator.
The 2019 Lincoln Navigator could be called the Taj Mahal, with its massive size and spectacular style.
Based on the Ford Taurus, the MKS is the luxury car you’re likely to be upgraded to the next time you are at Hertz.
The MKX pairs stylish sheetmetal with high levels of standard features to help set it apart from the crossover crowd.
A traditional rear-wheel-drive, V-8–powered, six-passenger, full-size sedan, the Town Car is a favorite of livery drivers and retirees because of its space and creamy ride.