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Lincoln might end production of the Continental

Apr 10, 2018
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It looks like the Honda Accord

isn’t the only good-and-stately sedan not doing so hot in the marketplace. Apparently, Lincoln has had such a rough time selling the Continental, the company reportedly will be discontinuing its flagship sedan after the current 10th generation.

According to Ford Authority, anonymous sources “intricately familiar” with Lincoln’s future product plans say the Continental will be axed despite the company’s $1 billion expenditure bringing the nameplate back after its previous “death” in 2002. While the anonymous sources didn’t provide an explicit reason for the Continental’s demise, Ford Authority points out that sales for Lincoln’s luxobarge haven’t been great despite positive feedback from critics and the endless Matthew McConaughey ads.

Since the model hit showrooms in September 2016, through the end of February 2018, Lincoln has shipped just 18,846 Continentals in the U.S. with monthly figures often dipping into the triple digits. In 2017, 12,012 were sold. To put that into perspective, Mercedes moved 51,312 E-Classes in the same year. While that sounds dire, the Conti managed to hold its own against its domestic competition in the Cadillac

 CT6, a car that logged just 10,542 sales in 2017. However, the big Lincoln lagged against Cadillac’s slightly cheaper XTS, 16,275 of which were sold.

 

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