Cool car: The new Lincoln Corsair

(WHTM)– I like the front end redesign of the new Lincoln Corsair. Otherwise, the styling is carried over from last year.

Our test device is a top-of-the-line reserve model. With optional 20-inch wheels, all-wheel drive and many other premium features.

I don’t usually like red interiors, but this one is a real eye-catcher.

Here’s an unusual feature that I’ve only seen on Lincoln. You can adjust the driver’s seat individually for each leg.

The video driver display is now standard on all trim levels and upper trim levels feature a center video screen that is now more than 13 inches wide. I like that there is a real volume control for the 14-speaker sound instead of touch controls.

The eight-speed automatic transmission is controlled via push buttons mounted on the dashboard.

If necessary, there is enough space for three adults in the second row.

Reserve models also feature a hands-free power hatch. The cargo area is narrow but deep, so there’s plenty of space.

The engine selection has been optimized. Either this two-liter turbo four-cylinder with 250 hp or a plug-in hybrid drive.

While acceleration is good, handling is rather squishy, ​​with a nosedive under braking. The ride is quiet.

I give the four-wheel drive Lincoln Corsair 2.0 a thumbs up for its excellent front seats, comfort, and good cargo space. Thumbs down for boring driving.

I averaged about 26 miles per gallon in the Lincoln. The sticker tested is $60,685.

James Brien

James Brien is a WSTNewsPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. James Brien joined WSTNewsPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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