The 2019 Lincoln Continental is getting a few updates for the new model year, which also sees its price go up as well. The 2019 Continental now comes standard with the Lincoln Co-Pilot360 driver assistance systems and starts at $47,140.
Lincoln Co-Pilot360 bundles together several assistance systems, like auto emergency braking, lane keeping assist, and a blind spot monitor. The 2019 Continental also comes standard with adaptive cruise control. The base Continental is only $985 more than the 2018 model, but as you move up to the higher trim levels the price has jumped up significantly.
The 2019 Continental Select now starts at $50,940, which is $1,830 more than the 2018 version and there aren’t any big changes to justify the price increase other than the driver assistance features. The 2019 Continental Reserve starts at $55,780, which is $4,925 more. The Reserve trim level now comes standard with the Technology Package, which was a $4,215 option last year, the Climate Package, which added $850 last year and a 13-speaker Revel audio system.
The top 2019 Continental Black Label starts at $71,040, which is $4,630 more than last year. The Black Label trim level now comes standard with the Technology Package and 30-way power seats.
Source: Cars Direct
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