Lincoln Corsair

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Lincoln Corsair
2020 Lincoln Corsair.jpg
ManufacturerLincoln (Ford)
ProductionAugust 19, 2019[1]–present
Model years2020–present
AssemblyLouisville, Kentucky, United States (Louisville Assembly Plant)
Body and chassis
ClassCompact luxury crossover SUV
Body style5-door SUV
PlatformFord C2
Transmission8-speed automatic
CVT (Grand Touring)
Wheelbase106.7 in (2,710 mm)
Length180.6 in (4,587 mm)
Width74.3 in (1,890 mm)
Height64.1 in (1,630 mm)
PredecessorLincoln MKC

The Lincoln Corsair is a compact premium crossover from Lincoln, replacing the MKC.


The Corsair made its debut on April 17, 2019 at the New York Auto Show and shares its underpinnings with the all-new 2020 Ford Escape. The Corsair joins the Lincoln Nautilus (previously the Lincoln MKX), Lincoln Aviator, Lincoln Continental, and Lincoln Navigator with Lincoln's new naming strategy.[3] The name "corsair" was previously used on Ford Motor Company products including the Edsel Corsair and the British Ford Corsair.

The Corsair went on sale in the fall of 2019 and is offered in gasoline and plug-in hybrid versions.


Calendar year United States China[4]
2019 25,815*[5]

*Figure includes MKC sales


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  2. ^ Hoffman, Connor (20 November 2019). "2020 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring Electrifies Lincoln's Small SUV". Car and Driver. Retrieved 21 November 2019.
  3. ^ Capparella, Joey (17 April 2019). "The 2020 Lincoln Corsair Is a Refreshingly Unsporty Compact Luxury SUV". Car and Driver. Retrieved 17 April 2019.
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  5. ^ "F-Series Hits 43rd Straight Year as America's Best-Selling Pickup; Ford Achieves 10 Straight Years of Leadership as America's Best-Selling Brand; Lincoln SUV Sales Best in 16 Years". 2020-01-06. Retrieved 2020-01-06.

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