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The Lincoln Grand Touring PHEV Lineup | Toronto, ON

The Lincoln Grand Touring PHEV Lineup | Toronto, ON

If you’re looking for a way to elevate the Lincoln Corsair or the Lincoln Aviator to a new level of luxury and performance, consider a Grand Touring model. These plug-in hybrid electric SUVs offer incredible efficiency while their interiors are filled with high-quality materials.
If you’re looking for a way to elevate the Lincoln Corsair or the Lincoln Aviator to a new level of luxury and performance, consider a Grand Touring model. These plug-in hybrid electric SUVs offer incredible efficiency while their interiors are filled with high-quality materials.

2022 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring

 
The smaller of the two models is the 2022 Lincoln Corsair, which is available in a single Grand Touring grade. This model includes all features on the Reserve model and builds upon it with a PHEV powertrain and exclusive interior and exterior amenities.
 
Under the hood is a 2.5-litre iVCT Atkinson I-4 hybrid engine that is paired with a Continuously Variable Transmission.
   o You’ll feel the thrill of a combined 266 horsepower with this powertrain.
   o Because it’s a PHEV, you can expect to get as low as 3.1 L/100 km combined.[1]
Even though the Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring is efficient, it’s still incredibly capable thanks to standard all-wheel drive.
Choose your favorite adventure with five unique drive modes — Normal, Excite, Conserve, Slippery, and Deep Conditions — all available by turning a knob in the centre front console.
   o This model also comes with Preserve EV and Pure EV drive modes to allow for your ideal amount of efficiency.
Unique to the Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring is the panoramic Vista Roof (with power sunshade) that extends from front to back to open up the cabin even more and let light in.
On the outside, you’ll find 19-inch bright-machined aluminum wheels with a Dark Tarnish finish for an elegant yet sporty look.
Overall highlights of the Lincoln Corsair include standard features like:
   o Heated, power adjustable exterior mirrors with auto-folding and memory
   o Dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control
   o Ambient lighting
   o Remote start system
   o Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ 1.5 driver-assist systems
   o Comfort Seat power front seats with power lumbar and memory for driver’s seat

2022 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring

 
When you opt for the 2022 Lincoln Aviator, you can choose between two Grand Touring equipment collections. Similar to the Lincoln Corsair, the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring includes all standard features on the Reserve model as well as a handful of exciting new features.
 
Driving the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring is a twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 hybrid engine with a Nano Electric Motor.
   o This engine system is paired to a 10-speed SelectShift® automatic modular hybrid transmission with paddle activation for ultimate control.
   o With this hearty powertrain, you’ll get up to 494 horsepower and 630 lb-ft of torque.
Efficiency is one of the top benefits of choosing a Grand Touring model, and you can expect to get as low as 4.2 Le/100 km with this SUV.[1]
Both models come with standard all-wheel drive as well as Preserve EV and Pure EV drive modes to take advantage of battery charge.
Highlights of the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring 300A model include 21-inch wheels with Dark Alloy-painted pockets and LED fog lamps.
The Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring 301A model adds innovative technology like a Head-Up Display, Phone As a Key, and Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ 1.5 Plus.
   o You’ll also get an Illumination Package with this model, which includes adaptive pixel LED headlamps, a Lincoln lit star in the grille, and fog lamps.
Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ 1.5 Plus comes with advanced driver-assist features like Active Park Assist 2.0 and more.
When it’s time to charge your Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring, you’ll have a standard dual-voltage charging cord that works with Level 1 (120-volt) charging and Level 2 (240-volt) charging.

2022 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring

 
The smaller of the two models is the 2022 Lincoln Corsair, which is available in a single Grand Touring grade. This model includes all features on the Reserve model and builds upon it with a PHEV powertrain and exclusive interior and exterior amenities.
 
Under the hood is a 2.5-litre iVCT Atkinson I-4 hybrid engine that is paired with a Continuously Variable Transmission.
   o You’ll feel the thrill of a combined 266 horsepower with this powertrain.
   o Because it’s a PHEV, you can expect to get as low as 3.1 L/100 km combined.[1]
Even though the Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring is efficient, it’s still incredibly capable thanks to standard all-wheel drive.
Choose your favorite adventure with five unique drive modes — Normal, Excite, Conserve, Slippery, and Deep Conditions — all available by turning a knob in the centre front console.
   o This model also comes with Preserve EV and Pure EV drive modes to allow for your ideal amount of efficiency.
Unique to the Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring is the panoramic Vista Roof (with power sunshade) that extends from front to back to open up the cabin even more and let light in.
On the outside, you’ll find 19-inch bright-machined aluminum wheels with a Dark Tarnish finish for an elegant yet sporty look.
Overall highlights of the Lincoln Corsair include standard features like:
   o Heated, power adjustable exterior mirrors with auto-folding and memory
   o Dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control
   o Ambient lighting
   o Remote start system
   o Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ 1.5 driver-assist systems
   o Comfort Seat power front seats with power lumbar and memory for driver’s seat

2022 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring

 
When you opt for the 2022 Lincoln Aviator, you can choose between two Grand Touring equipment collections. Similar to the Lincoln Corsair, the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring includes all standard features on the Reserve model as well as a handful of exciting new features.
 
Driving the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring is a twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 hybrid engine with a Nano Electric Motor.
   o This engine system is paired to a 10-speed SelectShift® automatic modular hybrid transmission with paddle activation for ultimate control.
   o With this hearty powertrain, you’ll get up to 494 horsepower and 630 lb-ft of torque.
Efficiency is one of the top benefits of choosing a Grand Touring model, and you can expect to get as low as 4.2 Le/100 km with this SUV.[1]
Both models come with standard all-wheel drive as well as Preserve EV and Pure EV drive modes to take advantage of battery charge.
Highlights of the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring 300A model include 21-inch wheels with Dark Alloy-painted pockets and LED fog lamps.
The Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring 301A model adds innovative technology like a Head-Up Display, Phone As a Key, and Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ 1.5 Plus.
   o You’ll also get an Illumination Package with this model, which includes adaptive pixel LED headlamps, a Lincoln lit star in the grille, and fog lamps.
Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ 1.5 Plus comes with advanced driver-assist features like Active Park Assist 2.0 and more.
When it’s time to charge your Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring, you’ll have a standard dual-voltage charging cord that works with Level 1 (120-volt) charging and Level 2 (240-volt) charging.

If you would like additional details on these Grand Touring models, or any vehicles in the Lincoln lineup, feel free to contact our team at Downtown Lincoln in Toronto, Ontario.

[1] Fuel consumption ratings based on Government of Canada approved test methods. Actual fuel consumption will vary.

 
 

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If you would like additional details on these Grand Touring models, or any vehicles in the Lincoln lineup, feel free to contact our team at Downtown Lincoln in Toronto, Ontario.

[1] Fuel consumption ratings based on Government of Canada approved test methods. Actual fuel consumption will vary.

 
 

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