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2022 Lincoln Corsair Prices: MSRP vs Dealer Invoice vs True Dealer Cost w/Holdback

2022 Lincoln Corsair Invoice Price Guide - Holdback - Dealer Cost - MSRP
Price terms Used:
MSRP | Invoice Price | Destination Fee | Holdback | Dealer Cost

Lincoln Corsair Pricing for the Standard, Reserve and Grand Touring Trims

2022 Corsair - Trim: FWD - 4-Door Crossover with FWD. Powered by by a 2L, 4 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP
$36,105
Invoice Price
$34,480
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$35,675
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2022 Corsair - Trim: AWD - 4-Door Crossover with AWD. Powered by by a 2L, 4 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP
$38,405
Invoice Price
$36,677
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$37,872
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2022 Corsair - Trim: FWD Reserve - 4-Door Crossover with FWD. Powered by by a 2L, 4 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP
$40,825
Invoice Price
$38,579
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$39,774
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2022 Corsair - Trim: AWD Reserve - 4-Door Crossover with AWD. Powered by by a 2L, 4 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP
$43,125
Invoice Price
$40,753
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$41,948
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2022 Corsair - Trim: AWD Grand Touring - 4-Door Crossover with AWD. Powered by by a 2.5L, 4 Cylinder, Gas/Electric Engine w/ CVT Transmission.
MSRP
$50,330
Invoice Price
$47,562
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$48,757
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Price Tip:
To find the best possible price on a new Lincoln Corsair, shop prices online first. Get up front pricing before you walk into a dealership. We recommend the following free services; Car Clearance Deals,   Edmunds,   NADAguides,   Motortrend  &   CarsDirect
These services will offer you the lowest prices and supply you with multiple competing price quotes. You will know the best price before you visit the dealer.
How to Calculate The Dealer Cost of a Lincoln Corsair:

Formula for Calculating Dealer Cost:

  • Example: Base Lincoln Corsair invoice price + the dealer Invoice price of options + destination - Holdback = Total Dealer Cost.
  • What is Holdback? A hidden amount that manufacturers give back to a dealer. It is a percentage of the MSRP or the Invoice price.

Total Dealer Cost - Rebate and Incentive + Taxes / Licensing Fees = True Dealer Cost. (You can get rebates and incentives here.)

Lincoln Corsair Overview:

A customer looking for an elegant and capable SUV will likely be very pleased with the new Lincoln Corsair. This two-row vehicle feels like a luxury model in many ways. It's available with two standard engines, and there's also a plug-in hybrid that's an option. It's certainly not the cheapest SUV available, but it actually has a reasonable price for what it has to offer. There are three trims available, which are the Standard, Reserve, and Grand Touring.

2022 Updates

This year, Lincoln has made a few changes to the exterior color choices. The new color options are Bronze Smoke Metallic, Elite Blue Metallic, and Ocean Drive Blue Metallic.

In addition, some of the optional packages have been adjusted. The Luxury package comes with a head-up display and a premium audio system, and the Elements Technology package features LED fog lamps, a heated steering wheel and heated rear seats, wireless charging, and many other components. This latter package is available on the sophisticated Grand Touring trim, and the Luxury package is optional on the Ground Touring as well as the mid-level Reserve trim.

Engine Options and Performance

This SUV feels energetic and lively, and it can be driven confidently. The standard engine is a turbocharged 2.0-liter version that can make 250 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. For being the more basic option, this engine does very well for itself.

However, if that amount of capability isn't enough for a particular customer, there's the option to get a larger turbocharged engine. The upgraded one has a displacement of 2.3 liters. As a result, it can crank out 295 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque.

Then, there's the hybrid powertrain to think about. It's powered by an electric motor and a 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle engine, and together they can make 266 horsepower. It's nice to know that there's not much of a drawback - at least from a performance standpoint - to getting a more efficient engine. As mentioned before, the only hybrid trim available is the Grand Touring, which is the most expensive one in the lineup.

Every trim comes with different drive modes so performance can be optimized to various conditions. An adaptive suspension is standard on the Grand Touring and optional on the Reserve, and this program does a great job in smoothing out the ride.

All-wheel drive is available with this Lincoln SUV. All-wheel drive is automatically paired with the hybrid powertrain. With the other engines, there could either be front-wheel or all-wheel drive.

Seating and Interior Features

As a two-row model, the Lincoln Corsair has an ideal size for many customers. There's about 39 inches of rear-seat leg room, and the rear cargo area has a volume of about 28 cubic feet. Note that the Corsair Grand Touring feels a bit smaller because it has to accommodate the hybrid components.

That second row is a comfortable place to rest. The seat itself can move forward or back by six inches, and it can recline, too. Heated and power-adjustable front seats are standard, as are Lincoln Soft Touch upholstery and a memory function for the driver's seat. The "Lincoln Soft Touch" designation just means that the seats are wrapped in a special synthetic leather.

This is just the starting point for the Corsair. It can be upgraded with heated and ventilated seats and heated rear seats, and it can feature Bridge of Weir Deepsoft leather upholstery so that it feels even more refined and exclusive. The front seats can do more than just move around a bit. On the higher trims, they can move in 24 ways and provide massages. Further, the steering column can be power adjustable, the rearview mirror can be an elegant frameless version, and ambient lighting can add to the ambience in the cabin.

Technology

Lincoln has gone with SYNC 3 technology on this model. This type of software provides the vehicle with smartphone compatibility. On every trim, an eight-inch touchscreen is featured prominently. SiriusXM is standard, and so is a premium audio system with ten speakers, one of which is a subwoofer.

The Reserve and Grand Touring have a few more elements in their technology packages. Notably, they have navigation and voice recognition, and they can be upgraded 14-speaker sound systems.

Behind the steering wheel, a digital cluster display replaces the traditional gauges that vehicles used to have. On the Standard trim, the display measures 6.5 inches. The top two trims have digital displays that are almost twice as big, measuring 12.3 inches.

Safety

It's important that drivers and their passengers feel safe in their vehicles. In the Corsair, people will be reassured that they're being taken care of. Every trim have a rearview camera to help with visibility, programs that enhance stability, and automatic emergency braking to help prevent frontal collisions.

As part of the Lincoln CoPilot360 1.5 safety suite, they can have blind spot monitoring, a system that watches out for rear cross traffic, automatic high beams, and a lane keeping program. Some additional options are parking sensors, reverse automatic braking, and evasive steering assistance.

Lincoln clearly knows how to build sophisticated models, and the Corsair certainly feels very upscale. It's an SUV that can handle itself well and treats people to a lot of high-end amenities.

Note: All Lincoln Corsair MSRP, invoice and dealer cost dollar figures above are subject to change without notice.

A note about rebates: Most rebates are subtracted from the "on the road" figure. In most cases, you can have the rebate if you are arranging your own financing or you are paying cash. If you decide to use the manufacturer’s low interest financing, you do not usually get the rebate. Ask your dealer for details.



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