Lincoln Continental Proves It's The Real Deal
Regardless of any resemblance to the Bentley Flying Spur, the new Continental looks the part of a classic luxury car, though it sells for less money than most of its competitors, some of which break into six figures. The model tested for this review, the top-of-the-line all-wheel-drive Reserve came with a starting price of $57,000 and – with full safety equipment and a complement of optional convenience and luxury features – topped out at $75,020.
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Source: LCT Mag