Gas or Hybrid Power - the Lincoln Corsair is the Luxury SUV with Something for Everyone

It's been more than a year since Lincoln first introduced their stunning, compact crossover the Corsair. It's stylish, with comfortable seating for five people, and two responsive gas-powered engines. Now, as promised, an impressive and innovative hybrid option has joined the lineup, and at Sill-TerHar Motors Lincoln, we're excited to help you get to know it better and show you everything it has to offer over the competition.


A plug-in hybrid model, the 2021 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring model continues to deliver the winning combination of luxury SUV traits we've come to know and love about the Corsair lineup, with the groundbreaking gas / electric powertrain of the future. It also debuts the Lincoln brand's first-ever on-demand electric all-wheel drive system, with a gas / dual-electric motor combo powering the front wheels and another electric motor powering the rear wheels.

A world-class leaser in innovation and engineering, the Lincoln Corsair is easily a great option for Denver and Thornton drivers. But we know it's not your only option for luxury brand SUV driving, and we're here to help you understand everything that sets our SUV apart and makes it the best option for your drives.

 
  

The Lincoln Corsair vs. the Audi Q3

  • Power and options. The addition of the hybrid engine brings the list of available Corsair powertrains to three, while the Q3 has just one engine available for its entire lineup. Plus, the Audi Q3 model's sole engine produces just 225 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, while all three Corsair engines deliver more power and oomph.
  • Efficiency. As mentioned, the Lincoln Corsair offers plug-in efficiency for drivers who prefer the gas / electric combination of a hybrid, while the Audi Q3 doesn't have a hybrid option. But even without choosing the hybrid Corsair, you can expect greater fuel efficiency with the gas-powered Lincoln over the Audi. The entry-level Lincoln Corsair gas model is rated for 22 mpg in the city, 29 mpg on the highway, and 25 mpg in combined driving, while the Audi earns a rating of 20 mpg in the city, 28 mpg on the highway, and 23 mpg combined.
  • Cargo space. Whether it's suitcases, golf clubs, or groceries, the Lincoln Corsair can help you carry more of what you need than the Audi. Look for 27.6 cubic feet of cargo space in the Lincoln, and just 23.7 cubic feet in the Q3.

The Lincoln Corsair vs. the Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class SUV

  • Hybrid efficiency. While both of these small crossovers have a selection of gas-powered engines for drivers to choose from, depending on trim level, only the Lincoln Corsair offers Westminster and Boulder drivers a hybrid system that deliver power, efficiency, and cutting-edge drivability.
  • Manufacturer warranty. Meticulously crafted with high-end materials, your Lincoln Corsair is guaranteed to deliver many miles of reliable driving. But if something were to go wrong and need repair, our Lincoln model gets a manufacturer warranty that is more comprehensive and covers you longer than the GLA-Class. The Corsair is covered for 6 years or 70,000 miles, while the Mercedes-Benz is covered for just 4 years or 50,000 miles.
  • Interior space. Front and back, the Lincoln Corsair has more space for your passengers and cargo than the GLA-Class. 27.6 cubic feet of rear cargo space comes standard with the Corsair, while the Mercedes-Benz has just 15.4 cubic feet, and the Lincoln also has greater amounts of headroom, legroom, and shoulder room.
 

 
  

The Lincoln Corsair vs. the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

  • Power and performance. When it comes to getting you where you need to go in the Denver area with responsive performance, the Lincoln Corsair delivers. It starts you off with a smooth, 250-horsepower turbo four-cylinder engine with 280 pound-feet of torque, while the Range Rover Evoque starts off with just 246 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque. Both models also deliver upper-level, optional engines.
  • Standard features. Starting right at the base model, you can expect more of the amenities you want with the Lincoln Corsair than the Land Rover model. For example, every Corsair gets heated front seats standard, while they're not available on the Range Rover Evoque until the upper range of trims.
  • Cargo and passenger space. As with other comparisons on this page, the Corsair delivers an exceptional interior that comes with more space for both passengers and cargo than the Range Rover Evoque. This includes more standard cargo space, more headroom in the front and backseat, and much more legroom in both rows than the Land Rover.

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Test Drive the Lincoln Corsair

Whether you're interested in the new plug-in hybrid version or our popular gas Corsair, the best way to understand what makes our luxury SUV the best, is a test drive. Reach out soon to arrange your appointment to try this model out for yourself.