The North American based Lincoln luxury carmaker has announced today the price tags for its high-end 2017 Continental model in the United States.
The 2017 Lincoln Continental in the Premiere entry level costs $45,485 including the $925 destination fee and is followed by the Select version with $48,440, Reserve available at $54,840 and the topper Black Label which sets you back at $63,840. But depending on the plethora of additional tweaks, the most expensive Continental can go up to $82,400.
Each version comes with its own features, adding the extra packages which can empty your packet in an instance.
The entry-level Premiere can be had with the Select Plus package, available at $1,255 featuring the SYNC3 infotainment, blind-spot monitoring and so on, while the other three variants can be had with the $695 Climate Pack, with rain sensing wipers, automatic high beams, heated rear seats and steering wheel.
The Technology Package is also available for the Select, Reserve and Black Label, meaning that for $3,105 you can get adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, lane keeping assist, enhanced active park assist and 360-degree camera.
The high-end versions Reserve and Black Label can also add the $4,300 Rear-Seat Pack, consisting of panoramic sunroof, multi-contour rear seats, heated and cooled rear seats, as well as inflatable rear seatbelts.
Under the hood, the Premiere entry-level and Select pack a 3.7-liter V6 engine, while the Reserve and the Black Label are fitted with the 2.7-liter as standard. In case you want to through away another $3,265, then you can have the latter two with a 3.0-liter V6 displacement, with 400 horsepower.