The 2021 Lincoln Corsair comes with a soothing cabin and a beautiful body. It also features turbo-4 power but its not sporty like X3 or RDX. It is designed as a crossover SUV with a capacity of 5 passengers. The vehicle compares with BMW X3 and Acura RDX. The 2021 Lincoln Corsair is good for drivers who need enough cargo space. It also comes with good infotainment and rides smoothly. The vehicle scores 7.2 out of 10 in the TCC Rating.
New Features In the 2021 Lincoln Corsair
The 2021 Lincoln Corsair comes with a sport and towing package. It also features a monochromatic paint job. The rear camera washers come with advanced safety options. However, there's a plug-in hybrid version coming soon. This model is powered by turbo-4 engines. It also comes with an 8-speed automatic front-or all-wheel drive. The vehicle rides smoothly. It's interior features cushy chairs with different adjustments. Such features include cooling and heating.
The 2021 Lincoln Corsair sells at a base price of $37,000. The vehicle is equipped with a power liftgate and power heated front seats. It also comes with automatic emergency braking and 18-inch wheels. If you enjoy entertainment, it has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and an 8.0-inch touchscreen. The exterior and interior of this vehicle are very attractive. It comes with a streamlined shape. But in some places, it adds muscle. The slim headlights and font fenders give it a unique look. The styling features give the car an elegant and long look. The wide LED taillights also complement the vehicle's look.
Performance, Quality, and Comfort
The 2021 Lincoln Corsair rides smoothly and pulls strong. However, it depends on the engine you buy. There's the 2.0-liter turbo-4. This version makes 280 lb-ft of torque and 250 hp. It comes with an 8-speed automatic. This version delivers 0-60 mph in about seven seconds. There's so the 2.3-liter turbo-4. This one delivers 310 lb-ft of torque and 295 hp.
The 2021 Lincoln Corsair features comfortable front seats and plenty of cargo space. The vehicle also rides smoothly and quietly. It's power seats come with 24 adjustments. The legroom is about 38.6 inches. The cargo space is about 27.6 cubic feet. The interior is made of high-quality materials, leather, and wood.
2021 Lincoln Corsair Safety and Fuel Economy
The vehicle is very safe based on NHTSA 5 star rating. It also comes with blind-spot monitors and emergency braking. Motorists can also add automatic parking assistance.
The standard model costs around $37,000. The fully-loaded version costs more than $60,000. For the fully loaded you get the 2.3-liter turbo-4 and other extras. It also comes with adaptive suspension and all-wheel drive.
The vehicles' gas mileage is reasonable. The 2.0-liter turbo-4 model has an EPA score of 29 highway and 22 mpg city. For the all-wheel-drive, it scores 21/29/24 mpg. The 2.3-liter turbo-4 with all-wheel drive scores at 21/28/24 mpg. The vehicle's fuel economy is reasonable based on its size.