Lincoln Insurance Rates
What to expect when insuring a Lincoln
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The average insurance cost of a Lincoln is $179 a month, or $2,144 a year. Known for attracting sophisticated buyers, Lincoln manufactures cars for a premium MSRP range. The higher-than-average price tag tends to raise insurance premiums. On the plus side, however, Lincolns are infrequently targeted by car thieves and tend to score strong safety ratings.
When determining the cost of car insurance, insurance companies look at a car’s safety ratings, its likelihood of being stolen and how costly it is to replace or repair, among other factors.
The high price tag of a Lincoln means they are pricey to repair or replace, which negatively impacts insurance costs; however, good safety ratings and the fact that they don’t make it to the top of any most stolen car lists help to bring down your insurance premium.
The Navigator is one of Lincoln’s best-selling models. In fact, Ford (Lincoln’s parent company) is struggling to keep up with demand. And it’s easy to see why. Features include a twin turbocharged 450-horsepower engine, 10-speed transmission and 8,700 lbs of towing power. The interior boasts “best in class” second- and third-row leg room, wireless charging and power ports, and a heads-up display.
Navigators start at $72,555.
Henry Leland, of Cadillac fame, founded the Lincoln Motor Company in 1917. Just five years later, it was sold to Ford in the wake of financial troubles. Under its new parent corporation, Lincoln crafted the iconic Continental in 1939. The Town Car followed 40-some years later, as did the Navigator in the ’90s.
With an aging buyer demographic in today’s market, Lincoln has upgraded its vehicle designs to attract millennial buyers. The Continental, in particular, is winning a new surge of attention: It’s comfortable, roomier and stylish like a luxury car should be.
Lincoln Black Label models are Lincoln’s “ultimate expression of design and service.” When purchasing a Black Label Lincoln, customers get superior service, including a private fitting room at the dealership, or a liaison will bring the showroom to you.
As for the design side, Black Label vehicles come in three themes — Modern Heritage: a clean, classic design; Indulgence: a rich, sumptuous design; and Center Stage: a design with dramatic flair.
Black Label models also come with membership privileges. Membership benefits include complimentary car washes, annual detailing and a four-year maintenance plan.
Your pricey Lincoln might come with pricey car insurance, so be sure to shop around to find the best car insurance for you.
Most major insurers will cover your Lincoln. Check with your provider if your Lincoln is an older model, such as the Mark VII or Mark VIII. Above all, compare multiple insurers to find the best price.
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