Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring Offers Big Comfort and Style

Lincoln Corsair

Lincoln’s smallest SUV delivers in big comfort and style. For the pricing, which starts at $51,485 and goes up to $61,035, consumers get a wide range of luxurious options. This plug-in hybrid crossover is perfect for a holiday driving vacation. We drove the Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring III.

What’s New?

Beginning in 2024, the Lincoln Corsair is equipped with their BlueCruise hands-free feature with a four-year subscription, two years more than in what was included in previous years. Also, their base trim was renamed Premiere.

Lincoln Corsair

Inside, the Corsair is all style and comfort with soft leather seats and a handy app that allows drivers to lock, unlock and start the car with a smartphone. There are four interior themes to choose from including Smoked Truffle with warm toned upholsteries and Eternal Red with deep red leather and aluminum trim. Also nice was the heated power-adjustable front seats and power-adjustable steering wheel. The spacious cabin with 27.6/57.6 cubic feet of cargo space easily fit all of our luggage.

We loved the 13.2-inch touchscreen with it’s easy interface including maneuvering from the sterring wheel to allow drivers to control everything easily. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration are standard, and the Reserve model includes a 14-speaker set-up with Sirius XM satellite radio.

Lincoln Corsair

The 250 horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine includes an eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. The plug-in hybrid model pairs a 2.5-liter engine with an electric motor and all-wheel drive.

All models include driver assistance features with upgrade options including the Lincoln’s BlueCruise handsfree driving system making it easy to get anywhere. We were able to drive hands-free for most of our trip along the California coast.

We loved driving this hybrid SUV, especially with the panoramic roof option. For more information about the Lincoln Corsair, visit

Shaena Engle

Shaena Engle is the lifestyle, food and travel editor for Perception Magazine and also writes for the Los Angeles Times, Pasadena Magazine, M Magazine, Los Angeles Times Las Vegas Magazine, The Daily Meal, AOL, WeHo Times and other outlets. She has authored The Best Places to Kiss in Southern California, The Cheap Bastard's Guide to Las Vegas and other outlets. She writes about travel, food, welln...(Read More)

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