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Used Lincoln Continental for Sale in San Francisco, CA

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2018 Lincoln Continental
31.91k Miles
Est. $584/mo
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Used Lincoln Continental in San Francisco, California

Sure, San Francisco is where you work, but it's also where you play. On the weekends, it's all about meeting up with your best friends and seeing what kind of wholesome trouble you can all get into. With 259 sunny days a year and summer temps around 71 degrees, your city begs you to explore the outdoors whenever possible. However, if you want to check out the best spots, you'll need an a solid set of wheels.

For you only one car will do—a Lincoln Continental. It's got almost everything you want in a vehicle—updated design, smooth ride, and horsepower. And it's a Lincoln, a brand you've always trusted. It has everything but a wallet-friendly price. What if we told you there's a better way?

The only way to buy a used car

We love matching quality pre-owned vehicles with great people like you. At Shift, it all begins with our full inspection where we have a comprehensive look at all the major components of your car. No vehicle leaves our lots without passing our check-lists. To ensure that you receive a reasonable rate, we regularly monitor tens of thousands of data points on past and current prices for related Lincoln Continental models. You'll have peace of mind knowing that your ride is ready to drive and that you got a great price on your Lincoln.

More about your Lincoln Continental

Lincoln, a division of Ford, is known for producing vehicles that provide refined luxury and comfortable interiors. Lincoln started in 1917. The founder, Henry Leland, previously worked with Cadillac. Shortly after, the company was acquired by Ford. . The company found success in the 1930s and '40s with their Zephyr and Continental models. The company had a few slow decades, but later rebounded in the '90s when making SUVs with all the posh trimmings. Today, Lincoln still produces luxury vehicles with a lineup that includes smaller sedans like the MKS, MKZ, and MKX crossover SUV..

The Lincoln Continental features a 4L engine that generates a respectable 400hp. You can expect around 27mpg on the highway and 18mpg in and around town. The Continental comes in several body types such as crew cab pickup - long bed, crew cab pickup - short bed, sedan, and sport utility.

Get your used Lincoln Continental in San Francisco, CA before it's gone

Shift FAQ: Your questions answered

We understand. Buying a pre-owned vehicle can be a little nerve-wracking, and we are here to assist you in any way we can. You have questions, and we have answers. Here are several of our customers' most frequently asked questions about Lincolns.
Is Lincoln considered a luxury brand?
Yes, Lincoln occupies the luxury car segment. Most Lincoln Continentals will come standard with premium features.
What are the most popular Lincoln models?
When it comes to making models that people love, Lincoln has the formula down. The best-selling Lincoln models are the Navigator, MKC, MKX, MKZ Hybrid, and MKZ
Does the Lincoln Continental come in different styles?
The Continental is available as a crew cab pickup - long bed, crew cab pickup - short bed, sedan, or sport utility
Can I return the Lincoln Continental if I don't like it?
From the date of purchase, you get seven days to bring back the Lincoln. The vehicle must be in the same condition in which you purchased it.

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