2017 Lincoln Continental Reserve 2.7T from North America


It is the blend of the best of every luxury car


Nothing so far.

General Comments:

I own a 2017 Continental Reserve, and can tell you the handling is great. YES... it's not like a rear wheel drive and it's not sporty. Lincoln wasn't trying for this to be viewed as a sports car. Its interior is better than any MB, Volvo or Caddy I've owned. The power of the 2.7T is decent, 0-60 in approx 5.5 seconds.

It has so many features. My favourites are the heated/cooled/massaging front & rear seats, the adaptive cruise, lane departure assist and collision avoidance/pedestrian emergency braking, park assist, remote start from anywhere I have a WiFi signal (this is BIG when you work in a hospital), pano roof, nav system, Sync III, power rear shade, Revel Premium sound system, heated steering wheel, AWD, 360 degree camera, and finally... the rain sensing wipers with auto de-icing wipers. This car is so comfortable, quiet, with decent power and handling and all those options... it was my choice as it was also a better price than the MBs.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 8th December, 2018

2017 Lincoln Continental Reserve 3 litre twin turbo from North America


This has been an amazing experience. I love driving it, it's a fantastic experience everytime



General Comments:

After doing a lot of research and test driving multiple luxury cars, the Audi A8, BMW 7 Series, Cadillac CTS and XTS, Acura RLX, Mercedes E550 and Jaguar XJ, at first I thought this car would not be in the same class as any of those cars. After driving all of them, I realize feature to feature of any of those cars, the quality of materials used, the power, interior finish, handling and cost, it was the best vehicle. I bought the fully loaded version and I am blown away. Lincoln has absolutely outdone themselves. FIVE STARS!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 29th September, 2016

30th Sep 2016, 19:02

The hyperbole and lack of detail indicates this was written as an attempt to promote sales, and not as any meaningful description of ownership.

2nd Oct 2016, 02:48


17th Jan 2018, 12:52

Exceptionally well written and "thorough analysis" written by the enthusiastic "independent" astroturfing marketer.

Analysis was based on 30 km, approximately a distance from the ramp to the dealership lot.

"Fake news" as certain person would tweet.