2017 Lincoln Continental
4,458 Miles
$59,872

Austin, TX
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2002 Lincoln Continental
215,006 Miles
$1,875

Des Plaines, IL
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2017 Lincoln Continental
616 Miles
$54,995

Farmington, MO
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2017 Lincoln Continental
13,930 Miles
$46,980

Columbia, MO
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2002 Lincoln Continental
92,041 Miles
$6,988

Spokane, WA
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1994 Lincoln Continental
49,210 Miles
$4,429

Findlay, OH
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2002 Lincoln Continental
89,248 Miles
$4,288

Dover, DE
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1998 Lincoln Continental
114,450 Miles
$4,999

Ogden, UT
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2002 Lincoln Continental
110,397 Miles
$3,997

Redford, MI
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2017 Lincoln Continental
2,343 Miles
$59,890

Lima, OH
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2002 Lincoln Continental
174,534 Miles
$4,295

Abilene, KS
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1966 Lincoln Continental
$22,900

Thousand Oaks, CA
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2002 Lincoln Continental
127,211 Miles
$5,492

New Ulm, MN
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1964 Lincoln Continental
74,170 Miles
$42,999

Elkhart, IN
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2001 Lincoln Continental
73,337 Miles
$4,600

Hazlet, NJ
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2017 Lincoln Continental
6,276 Miles
$60,581

Pueblo, CO
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1994 Lincoln Continental
65,253 Miles
$4,995

Denison, IA
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2017 Lincoln Continental
244 Miles
$45,590

Harrisburg, IL
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2002 Lincoln Continental
157,230 Miles
$5,997

Billings, MT
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1970 Lincoln Continental
88,163 Miles
$11,995

Grand Island, NE
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Lincoln Continental Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.9
Value
3.8
Performance
4.3
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
2.2
Maintenance
3.4

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1994 Lincoln Continental - Love it

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Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
I have always been a fan of the big body cars. The Lincoln Continental fully embodies exactly what it means to be big and luxurious with its 3.8L V6, air ride suspension, leather interior, wood grain trim and all digital gauges. The particular model I own also has a all black ragtop. The first thing you notice about the Lincoln Continental when you approach it is its size, its a huge car, weighing approximately 3500lbs. While it is part of Ford's luxury line, you will immediately notice that it is missing one important feature, or 4 to be exact. The original wheels are very underwhelming. They are advertised as "alloy" wheels, are not aesthetically pleasing, and they are only 15 inches. Driving the vehicle is a wonderful experience. The handling is incredibly soft, the leather seats ... (more)
Story
Over they years I have put a lot of money into my Lincoln to make it both better looking and better performing. When I was out testing my newly bored out engine and new calipers/brakes I was speeding down a country road. The speedometer was topped off at 85 and about 1/2 mile up I see a state trooper. I mash the brakes to decelerate as quickly as possible and it took a solid 5+ seconds before ... (more)
Pros
The ride and feel of the handling are top notch. The air ride suspension feels like driving on a cloud. The trim on the body really adds a nice aesthetic look to the car. Tires for the 15 inch wheels are cheaper than they would be with a larger wheel size, so that is kind of nice. Plenty of leg room for passengers. Is very easy to get a car seat in and out. Plenty of trunk space. All digital gauges. I just love large body cars.
Cons
The speedometer tops out at 85 miles per hour, while the car is capable of reaching 115. I really am not a fan of the wheels at all. Is not a dual exhaust which I feel would add value in both appearance and performance. Repairs can get very pricey over the years, see the problems section below. I only get 15 MPG on average, with equal highway and city driving.

1981 Lincoln Continental - Elegant and smooth as silk

Davis, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I absolutely loved this car. It was chocolate brown with brown interior. Everything was just "better" than any car I had ever owned. I bought it in California, drove it to New York and then back to Chicago. It just seemed to fly along the freeway. I kept it in drive most of the time. I have had other cars that had the drive feature, but they did not seem as reliable and consistent as the Continental. I actually named my car Ramone because it seemed to have its own personality. The upkeep was amazingly easy and cost no more than any of the less expensive cars I had previously owned. The electric windows worked perfectly in the heat of the desert when we drove through it, and in the 10 below zero Chicago winter. I also noticed immediately that the dials were better lit and a li... (more)
Story
I was driving in the desert in my trip from California to New York. A police car pulled up alongside of me and seemed to be looking down at something just outside of my car. The two state police officers were smiling, and pointing. I craned my neck out the window and realized that there was a little foreign car that had been driving alongside of me. It was so little and Ramone was so large ... (more)
Pros
I loved the look of it. I loved the way it drove - smooth and silky even over Chicago pot holes. The easy read dials. The feel of the car on the road, especially in drive. The fact that nothing ever seemed to "break." It was very low maintenance. The resale value was outstanding.
Cons
It was fairly expensive to purchase, even though it had been "pre-driven." (I can't complain about that because I sold it for almost as much as I had purchased it for.) It was really big and long and did not fit in every little parking space in Manhattan or Chicago. It was better for the open road than for city driving or grocery shopping.

1996 Lincoln Continental - 20 Years of trusted comfort

Stanton, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
My Lincoln Continental came into my family's life two months ago. It is old, a lot of the fancy features are broken or hard to use, it smells like smoke, it is rusty, and it is an all around eyesore. Despite its problems, it came into our lives at the right time for the right price and it does everything we need it to do.
Story
When we first bought this car, my husband and I used it to go out on a date night. We drove about an hour to go out to dinner and visit the casino. What money did we use at the casino? The money we saved by buying this budget vehicle.
Pros
First, it fits five people, including the three car seats in the back seat. Despite the claims of many five passenger vehicles, not every car can accommodate the car seats - this one can. Second, it gets good mileage. It has been an unexpected perk, but we get close to 30 miles per gallon out of this beast. It drives at least eighty miles a day, so this is important to us. Third, despite the car's age, it has many of the comforts that you would expect in a modern car. My top concern was the air conditioning. Not all older cars have air conditioning; this one does. This car is customizable ... (more)
Cons
There is not too much for me to complain about in my Lincoln Continental, but here goes: Basically I am not thrilled about the age of the vehicle. It is visibly worn and broken down. There is rust all over it. It smells like smoke. Some of the little creature comforts are messed up. For example, there is a digital screen that displays how you are adjusting some of the settings. It is constantly blinking and flaking out.