2020 Lincoln Corsair pricing announced, starts at $36,940

2020 Lincoln Corsair pricing announced, starts at $36,940

The 2020 Lincoln Corsair configurator is open for business, and that means we also know the luxury compact crossover’s price. It starts at $36,940, including the $995 destination charge. If you try your hardest and tick every single box Lincoln lets you, it’s possible to get the price above $60,000. We’re not suggesting you do that like we did, but it’s always interesting to know how high it can go.

Read everything we know so far about the 2020 Lincoln Corsair

The base price gets you a Corsair “Standard” that is equipped with a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder making 250 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque sent to the front wheels. If you want all-wheel drive, Lincoln forces the selection of the “Standard I” equipment package, which ends up resulting in a $3,600 increase. That package consists of ambient lighting, a universal garage door opener, navigation and 18-inch wheels. One of the more expensive boxes you’re likely to check on the entry-level trim is the Co-Pilot360 Plus Package for $3,050. That includes a bunch of driver assistance gear like adaptive cruise control, lane centering, sign recognition and evasive steering assist. A $2,500 Premium Package nets premium leather seats, a panoramic roof and 19-inch wheels.

Of course, you can skip a lot of the option and package jumping by choosing the “Reserve” trim that begins at $43,625 with some premium stuff already included. This also unlocks the ability to get the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine, which makes 280 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque. Selecting this forces the Reserve I package and all-wheel drive onto the table, which gives you a ton of equipment, but also increases the price by $6,740. This makes the cheapest Corsair with the most powerful engine start at $50,365. You can go crazy from there, tacking on the Reserve II Package for features like adaptive suspension, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, 360-degree camera, wireless charging pad, digital gauge cluster and rain-sensing wipers. Like we said, this thing can get near or over $60,000 without much effort.

The Corsair’s base price compares favorably to other compact luxury crossovers like the $41,995 BMW X3 and $40,700 Mercedes-Benz GLC. However, adding in a desirable option like the higher-output engine brings the price up considerably. A Cadillac XT4 just barely undercuts it at its base price of $35,795, but we really liked what we saw of the Corsair at the New York Auto Show compared to the XT4. Expect an even more expensive Black Label and a hybrid variant to follow later this year or next. The Corsair is slated to arrive in dealers this fall, so you have the configurator to play with until then.


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