2020 Lincoln Corsair consumer reviews

$35,945–$38,145 MSRP range
side view of 2020 Corsair Lincoln
82% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value for the money 4.4
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.4
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5.0

Love my new car

What wonderful features this new Lincoln model has. It's comfortable, has lots of safety and convenience features. It's a smooth ride and will even park itself. Also, customer service with Lincoln Concierge is so nice. I love the car and the company! (I've had a Lexus for years before this....)

4.9

Glad I’m back with Lincoln

Had a 2019 Acura RDX for a yr when the Corsair came Out we bought the Reserve model. So glad we did. Don’t miss anything that this car does already have and more. Much improved legroom in back then the MKC had. Love the ride.

3.4

Doors/ panel fit not good

Passenger door has to be slammed to shut. Panels misaligned and poor fit all over. Not characteristic of a Lincoln. Even the fuel filler door is crooked. I wish I had my 2017 Lincoln MKC back.

4.8

Excellent car, has everything I need.

Love the style, has a lot of room, I wish they can have more colors, but the car is very updated, wish could be a little shipper.

3.9

Awesome except the seats

Previous car: 2011 Dodge Durango Hemi V8, fully loaded Citadel AWD New car: 2020 Lincoln Corsair 2.0 turbo, base Standard trim FWD Love this car so far, except for the seats. Have had this car for a week and I am still getting use to it. Coming from a Durango, to me this feels sporty. It took a while for me to get use to the gear shifting, felt like I could feel the small jolt each time. Could be the car is still in the break-in mode with only around 300 miles on it as of this morning. Found when coming out of a curve I have to be careful applying gas as the back end will whip around. Luckily the vehicle corrected itself before I even registered what had just happened. The Corsair does pick up and go plenty for me. On the highway I feel like I am gliding or as my beloved says "feels like you are in a hoover craft." Breaks are sticky and very good. Took me about 4-5 days to get use to them. Functionality: Other than lumbar support I have no issues with the center screen or cluster options other than drive mode dial. The drive mode turn knob was easily turned when I was moving my purse on the console so be cognizant if you put items on top the console and perhaps push the knob to confirm which mode you are in. Speaking of modes, the turn of the knob is seamless and for me, easy to over shoot the mode I am looking for. Perhaps a slight click or something would help? Seats: I have the standard 10-way adjustable seats; wish I had the 24 way adjustable seats. I am enjoying the seat controls being up high on the door versus low on the seat. However, I find it awkward when you push the lumbar support you have to adjust that on the center screen and can only inflate or deflate versus inflate/deflate and move up and down to adjust for height. I also find that I am unable to find a comfortable position in the seat. I am short, 4' 11" and it just isn't working for me. I am constantly trying to find a position that is comfortable. I also hate the headrest. With my height I feel like it is pushing my head forward. The head rest only adjust up or down but not back and forth. Now, my beloved is 5' 10" and finds the seats to be very comfortable and has not problems. Does wish we had the thigh extenders found in the 24-way seats. If you can, get the 24-way seats. General inside notes: Love the trim and the synthetic leather looks and feels nice. Will see how it wears. Does isolate sound, but not all roadway sound for instance vehicle with off road tires next to you, you will hear it. On windy day I heard wind noise. Back Area: The cargo area is small. I love the extra storage space by the spare tire. I looked for a boot cover online but could not find one anywhere. The back seats do not lay flat when folded down and there is a gap when you move the seats up for more cargo space. The Durango had a flap that would cover the gap. Not a fan of the rear cup holder; looks and feels flimsy to me. Front Area: Love the look and feel of the front, especially the floating console and the black piano trim. However, I found the piano trim does show smudges easily. Storage is ok. The center arm rest storage is deep and has a small tray to the side in the center storage. The front storage easily became junked up with phone cables. Like the cover over it to hide the cables. The cup holders are small. A large drink from Rosa's felt and looked like it did not go in all the way. However, there was no issue with the drink tilting or falling out. One of my pet peeves with the Durango cup holders is that when I had my coffee mug with a handle, I could not use the second cup holder without it tilting. This is the same way. I read where there is a cup holder in every door but I do not feel those are cup holders. Then again, I am comparing it to the Durango which had a dedicated cup holder in the door and then next to it was door storage. In the Corsair the door "cup holder" is not a dedicated slot and mixes with items in the door. Since it is not a dedicated cup slot the beverage can fall over. If not a screw on lid, the lid will pop off and fill up the bin. Will not let me type more than this so: Love the car, would get again and most definitely recommend.

4.9

Looks Amazing Inside and Out!

Corsair Standard with Premium Package. This Corsair looks and drives outstanding. Very quiet cabin and surrounds you with soft, high quality leather. This SUV is what a luxury Compact should look, feel and drive like.

4.3

My first luxury car

I've only had the car a little over a month now. So far I love it. The electronics take a little getting used too but very helpful. The ride is smooth and the pickup is good. The rear seating is comfortable but a littl small. The trunk space could be bigger but with the rear seats folded down, it's very spacious.

3.1

Not much improvement over MKC

Owned a 2016 MKC before the Corsair. Unfortunately, there are several things I liked better on my MKC. Heating and cooling system was better, this car doesn’t have a CD player, not a fan of stop/start technology. Rear seat passenger room is much improved, Revel stereo is better. Overall, wish I would have looked around before purchasing.

4.9

A solid upgrade from the MKC!

This vehicle replaced my 2015 MKC, and, while I loved the MKC, the Corsair exceeds it on every level. The ride is smoother, the car feels more solid and more substantial, the technology is amazing, the engine has more zip with less strain during passing, and the comfort and convenience features are outstanding.

5.0

The vehile is very comfortable

This vehicle has a great design with comfortable seat and leg room. The engine has a lot of power which allows it get up and go. With a passenger it feel like there is plenty of room. It has many safety features which I enjoy which makes driving very easy.