LINCOLN BRAND AND MODEL COMPARISON

 
Whether you're seeking a spacious and luxurious new Lincoln Navigator, an elegant and capable new Lincoln Aviator, a sleek and sophisticated new Lincoln Corsair, or a nimble and refined all-new Lincoln Nautilus, Lincoln of Normal is the place to learn more about all the latest Lincoln models.

Count on our friendly and experienced associates here at our dealership to guide you to the perfect Lincoln model for your lifestyle needs. Keep reading to find out more about the Lincoln brand, from its impressive ownership benefits and triumphant history to all the latest feature offerings and competitive advantages. And after you've finished your research, swing by our dealership in Normal, IL for a test drive!

Lincoln Buying Benefits

Beyond new Lincoln model's powerful performance offerings, refined premium amenities, and cutting-edge technology; ever new Lincoln model also features a variety of ownership benefits. Find out how Lincoln works hard to make your life easier, from simplifying your buying experience to effortless maintenance. Together, these offerings and more make Lincoln's ownership experience a class above the competition. Once you decide to become a part of the Lincoln community you're subsequently welcomed to a wide range of benefits that include:
  • Lincoln Pickup & Delivery™, an effortless way to service your vehicle
  • Lincoln Access Rewards™, earn points toward exclusive offers and premium maintenance services
  • Lincoln Concierge, access to 24/7 expert customer service ready to answer any and all questions

Lincoln History 
  • 1917: Lincoln Motor Company was founded in 1917 by Henry M. Leland. As you might have guessed, Lincoln was in fact named after Abraham Lincoln. 
  • 1920: Lincoln Motor Company produced its first automobile, the Lincoln Model L.
  • 1922: The Lincoln Motor Company was acquired by Ford Motor Company.
  • 1924: Lincoln Model L became the first state limousine used by a U.S. President.
  • 1932: Lincoln introduced its first "multi-cylinder" engine in the Model K.
  • 1945: Ford formed the Lincoln-Mercury Division, partnering Lincoln and Mercury together. 
  • 1956: The Lincoln four-point star emblem is derived from a badge introduced on the 1956 Continental Mark II.
  • 1959: The Lincoln Continental was integrated within Lincoln.
  • 1969: The Continental-branded Mark series was marketed through Lincoln. 
  • 1972: The Continental Mark IV made its debut.
  • 1977: Lincoln introduced the Lincoln Versailles.
  • 1982: The Lincoln Continental shifted size into the mid-size segment.
  • 1990s: Lincoln released its new advertising slogan, "Lincoln. What a Luxury Car Should Be."
  • 1998: Lincoln introduced the Lincoln Navigator full-size SUV.
  • 2007: The Lincoln Zephyr was rebranded as the Lincoln MKZ.
  • 2009: Lincoln introduced the Lincoln MKS full-size sedan.
  • 2014: Lincoln has enlisted Matthew McConaughey as a brand spokesman.
  • 2015: Lincoln introduced the Lincoln MKC compact crossover SUV.
  • 2018: Lincoln released the fourth generation of the Navigator.
  • 2019: MKX was rebranded and updated to become the Lincoln Nautilus.
  • 2020: The Lincoln Aviator returned and offered the first Lincoln hybrid-electric system

Lincoln Performance

Take command and enjoy the ultimate combination of smooth handles and potent power waiting for you inside every new Lincoln model today. Unleash the powerful standard performance you deserve, with each model offering a slew of premium engine and powertrain options. Like the standard 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and available 2.7-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine to the available twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine. For added driving confidence, Lincoln also offers an available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive and 8-speed SelectShift® automatic transmission in every model! Additional Lincoln performance highlights include:
  • Available twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine with 400 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque
  • Available MKZ Hybrid with an estimated 42 mpg
  • Lincoln Corsair offers a new Grand Touring Plug-in Hybrid trim
  • Active Grille Shutters and Dynamic Torque Vectoring
  • Hill Start Assist and a Power 4-wheel disc Anti-lock Brake System

Lincoln Design

New Lincoln models empower you to be bold and command attention with their athletic and modern exterior. Featuring unmistakable grille headlamp, robust shoulders, aggressive lines, and sporty signature full-width horizontal taillamps with a starburst-pattern. Take a seat inside a refined and intuitive Lincoln cabin equipped with lush interior tailored with available Bridge of Weir Deepsoft™ leather-trimmed seats, a tranquil panoramic vista roof®, and more great available premium amenities. Additional design highlights found across the Lincoln fleet includes:

  • Available Genuine wood door
  • Available Monochromatic package
  • Dusk sensing LED headlamps
  • Piano key shifter
  • Ambient lighting

Lincoln Technology

Stay safe and connected inside a new Lincoln model today, experience the difference all the intelligent driver assistance features and intuitive entertainment technology makes on your daily commute. From enhanced driver-focused technology that keeps you informed to the all-encompassing available Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ Plus, every new Lincoln is built around you and all your passenger's needs. Additional advanced technology found across Lincoln's fleet includes:

  • Cross-Traffic Alert and Pre-Collision Assist 
  • Lane-Keeping System and Auto High-Beam Headlamps
  • Available Revel® Ultima 3D Audio System
  • Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ Plus
  • Wireless charging
  • Up to 12.3-inch LCD instrument cluster display screen

Lincoln Competitive Comparison

2022 Lincoln Navigator
Engine: 3.5-liter, V6 Cylinder Engine
Horsepower: 450
Torque: 510 lb-ft
Transmission: 10-Speed
2022 Acura MDX
Engine: 3.5-liter, V6 Cylinder Engine
Horsepower: 290
Torque: 267 lb-ft
Transmission: 10-Speed

Outperform the competition in the all-new 2022 Lincoln Navigator, equipped with a powerful 3.5-liter, V6 cylinder engine that offers more power than the new Acura MDX. Unleash a superior 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft torque that easily triumphs over the lackluster standard power offered in the new Acura MDX. Plus, enjoy the smooth and responsive drive the new Lincoln Navigator's available 10-speed transmission offers.

2022 Lincoln Corsair
Horsepower: 250
Torque: 280 lb-ft
Max Cargo Volume: 57.6 cu-ft
Dusk sensing LED headlamps: Standard
2022 Cadillac XT4
Horsepower: 237
Torque: 258 lb-ft
Max Cargo Volume: 48.9 cu-ft
Dusk sensing LED headlamps: Not Available

Get the power, space, and amenities you deserve all in one premium package with the new 2022 Lincoln Corsair. Engineered for driving enthusiasts and daily commuters alike, the all-new Lincoln Corsair offers numerous engine options that include the bold standard turbocharged 2.0L I-4 engine that produces a competitive 250 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque! Looking for better mileage? Explore the new Lincoln plug-in hybrid option and the all-new Grand Touring Plug-in Hybrid trim for added range and efficiency.

2022 Lincoln Nautilus
Starting Price: $42,500
Torque: 280 lb-ft
Max Cargo Volume: 68.8 cu-ft
Panoramic Vista Roof: Available
2022 Lexus RX 350
Starting Price: $45,320
Torque: 267 lb-ft
Max Cargo Volume: 32.6 cu-ft
Panoramic Vista Roof: Not Available

Crush the competition with the new 2022 Lincoln Nautilus, offering superior power, space, and amenities for less. Take a seat and enjoy the new Lincoln Nautilus’s impressive standard 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 250 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque. Or upgrade to the available 2.7-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine with 335 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. As for cargo space, the new Lincoln Nautilus easily outmatches the new Lexus RX 350 with its versatile cabin that can open up to 68.8 cu-ft of max cargo room!

2022 Lincoln Aviator
Starting Price: $51,465
Transmission: 10-speed
Horsepower: 400
Torque: 415 lb-ft
Cargo Capacity: 18.3 cu-ft
2022 Audi Q7
Starting Price: $54,950
Transmission: 8-speed
Horsepower: 248
Torque: 279 lb-ft
Cargo Capacity: 14.8 cu-ft

Get more for your money with the new 2022 Lincoln Aviator, unlock and enjoy more power, space, and standard technology today! Feel the difference the unreal standard twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine makes, offering 400 horsepower and 415 lbs.-ft. of torque! For added comfort and power, the new Aviator Grand Touring comes loaded with a game-changing twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 gas engine with an electric powertrain, delivering 494 horsepower and 630 lbs.-ft. of torque.

Lincoln FAQs


Lincoln Motor Company was founded in 1917 by Henry M. Leland.

Henry M. Leland was the founder of Lincoln Motor Company.

Lincoln was in fact named after Abraham Lincoln.

In 1920, the Lincoln Motor Company produced its first automobile, the Lincoln Model L.

In 1922, Lincoln Motor Company was acquired by Ford Motor Company.

The starting price of the new 2022 Lincoln Nautilus is $42,500.

The starting price of the new 2022 Lincoln Navigator is $76,710.

The starting price of the new 2022 Lincoln Aviator is $51,465.

The new 2022 Lincoln Aviator offers seating for up to seven passengers.

The new Lincoln Navigator offers seating for up to eight passengers.

The new Lincoln Aviator’s dimensions are 199.3” L x 82.3” W x 69.6” H.

The Lincoln Aviator offers up to 144.7 cu-ft of total available passenger volume.

The Lincoln Nautilus offers a standard 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine or an available 2.7-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine.

New Lincoln models offer an available Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ Plus with Cross-Traffic Alert and Pre-Collision Assist.

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