Lincoln dealerships nationwide have just been authorized to offer this discount even though it’s not being advertised. And yes, this offer is good for only the Coach Door Edition. But here’s the thing: this $5k dealer cash incentive may not be good enough to entice potential buyers because the luxury sedan carries an $115,470 price tag, plus destination and delivery.
The regular Continental bodystyle, meanwhile, began as low as $46,000, though it was powered by a less powerful engine and lacked many premium features, aside from the suicide doors. The very well-equipped Black Label trim started at $65,415. Those doors are cool and all, but they’re not cheap. They’re an homage to 1960s era Continentals and all Coach Door Editions are powered by the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 with 400 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque and all-wheel drive.