Lincoln Corsair – Review, Specs, Pricing, Features, Videos and More Staff
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The compact Corsair is Lincoln’s entry in this competitive luxury SUV segment. It’s more of a premium comfort SUV like the Infiniti QX50 and Lexus NX rather than a sport SUV like the BMW X3 and Porsche Macan.

Unlike many of its rivals, the Corsair can be had with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain. The naturally aspirated four cylinder and electric motor produce class-competitive power and impressive fuel economy.

2023 Lincoln Corsair Review: First Drive

Lincoln’s bestselling Corsair SUV has been refreshed for 2023, and there’s a lot going on here beyond the somewhat modest exterior styling changes that meet the eye.

In addition to exterior design freshening, the Corsair also receives an interior update, an enhanced BlueCruise driver assist suite, a larger multimedia display, more connected tech and a revised powertrain lineup.

On the outside, the Corsair receives a larger grille, wing-shaped daytime running lights and new wheel designs. For the plug-in hybrid Grand Touring model, its grille features a sundown satin metallic foil with blue accents to separate it from gas-powered models.

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2022 Acura RDX vs 2022 Lincoln Corsair Comparison

What we have here are two ends of the luxury compact SUV spectrum. It’s the Acura RDX vs Lincoln Corsair comparison.

Every automaker has an entry in this segment. Some aim more for traditional luxury, prioritizing smooth progress and effortless waftability. Others go sporty, with powerful engines and aggressive styling.

We’ve collected an example from each approach here. The Acura RDX has one of the strongest four-cylinder engines in this space, with a dramatic interior that makes no bones about its focus. On the other hand is the Lincoln Corsair, which promises the sort of fuss-free roadtrip attitude that makes the Navigator such an appealing package, only three sizes smaller.

Managing Editor Mike Schlee and I kicked off the new year with a week in both. What we found were two SUVs with distinct strengths—and two SUVs that bucked our expectations.

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Detailed Specs

Price$38,690 - $53,385
Engine2.0-liter turbo 4-cylinder / 2.5-liter 4-cylinder + plug-in hybrid
Power250 hp / 266 hp
Torque275 lb-ft. / N/A
DrivetrainFWD / AWD
Transmission8AT / CVT
Fuel Economy (city/hwy)21-22 mpg / 28-29 mpg / plug-in 78 MPGe
Cargo Capacity 26.9 - 27.6 cu ft. Staff Staff

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