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2017 Lincoln Continental Makes Autotrader’s Best Interiors List, Scores Well in 2017 VDS

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The Lincoln Continental offers plenty of tech for only around $45,000

Lincoln earned recognition for the interior luxury of its new flagship sedan and an above-industry-average score in J.D. Power’s 2017 US Vehicle Dependability Study last month.

The all-new 2017 Lincoln Continental found itself among Autotrader’s “10 Best Car Interiors Under $50,000,” earning praise for everything from its functionality and high-quality materials:

This is a true luxury car with a true luxury-car interior that boasts excellent materials, comfortable seats and a roomy rear seat and trunk for drivers interested in using the Continental for family car duty. One specific feature we really like is the 50/50-split seat-bottom extender that can accommodate a wide variety of ultracomfy driving positions. If it’s been a while since you’ve spent time in a Lincoln, the Continental’s interior may convince you to give the brand a second look.

Adding to its superlative interior luxury are Perfect Position Seats with 30-way adjustability and an available Revel® Ultima Audio System.

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2014 Lincoln MKZ

2014 Lincoln MKZ

In addition to this award, the Lincoln brand bested the likes of GMC, Cadillac, Audi, Acura, Land Rover, and Infiniti in the 2017 Vehicle Dependability Study. This year’s study ranks vehicles based on the number of problems reported over the past 12 months by original owners of 2014 model-year vehicles, with each vehicle scored based on the number of problems for every 100 vehicles (PP100).

Lincoln scored 150 PP100, tying its vehicles for 12th overall in the industry. Lincoln was one of 17 brands to score above the industry average of 156 PP100.

Coming Soon from Lincoln: Get a load of Lincoln’s 2018 lineup, including everything from the MKZ to the new Navigator