2020 Lincoln Corsair: Everything You Need to Know

lincoln-corsair-reserve-awd-2.3-l-2020-bw--07.jpg 2020 Lincoln Corsair | photo by Brian Wong

Remember when automakers were ditching car names for seemingly random letters? For some, the unfortunate trend is swinging the other way — and, in Lincoln’s case, way out there. For 2020, Ford’s luxury brand redesigned the MKC with a new name: Corsair, which can mean either pirate or pirate ship (depending on the definition), but there’s nothing rowdy or unrefined about it.

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2020 Lincoln Corsair Standard
31,095 mi.
Lincoln Certified
2020 Lincoln Corsair Standard
17,400 mi.
$29,000 $500 price drop

The Corsair shares underpinnings with the Ford Escape, but its differences, including suspension upgrades and more refined cabin appointments, make for something very different. Under the hood is a choice of two powertrains: A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder (250 horsepower, 280 pounds-feet of torque) is standard, while a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder (295 hp, 310 pounds-feet of torque) is optional. Both work with a new eight-speed automatic transmission and front- or all-wheel drive.

Interested in this compact SUV that offers an appealing blend of comfort and luxury?  We’ve driven it, compared it back-to-back with rivals and also covered pricing, specs and more. Here’s a roundup of our comprehensive coverage, which can tell you everything you need to know about the 2020 Lincoln Corsair:

2020 Lincoln Corsair Video: Visibly Better Than the MKC

2020 Lincoln Corsair Pricing Starts in High 30s, Can Speed Past $60K

2020 Lincoln Corsair: Lincoln’s Latest Surefire Hit

2020 Lincoln Corsair Video: Welcome to the Fabulous Family

2020 Lincoln Corsair: Ya Know the Aviator? Behold, the Baby-ator

Compare the 2020 Lincoln Corsair With the 2019 Lincoln MKC

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