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The Lincoln Corsair serves as the entry point to the luxury automaker’s lineup of SUVs as its smallest and most affordable model. So, how much can car shoppers expect to pay for the compact Corsair both in its base model and for its top trim with all the add-ons? Here’s how much a fully loaded 2024 Lincoln Corsair costs.

The 2024 Lincoln Corsair starts at $38,730 MSRP

The 2024 Lincoln Corsair starts at $38,730, excluding destination, giving it the distinction of being among the most affordable compact luxury SUVs available. The midrange Reserve starts at $43,115, and the range-topping Grand Touring model commands $53,925. The Corsair hasn’t been completely rehauled since it was rebranded from the MKC, and that continues this year. The only significant change is the base trim is now dubbed Premiere, and the BlueCruise semi-autonomous driving system is now offered with a four-year free subscription, doubling up the two-year complimentary period for the prior-year model.

The standard Corsair is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder developing 250 horsepower paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.

As standard, the Corsair sports 18-inch allow wheels, a power liftgate, LED headlights, and remote engine start. Inside is synthetic leather upholstery, heated front seats, driver’s seat memory settings, a nine-speaker audio system, and dual-zone automatic climate control. Tech is highlighted by a 13.2-inch touchscreen, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, and a Wi-Fi hotspot.

The Corsair features Lincoln’s Co-Pilot360 suite of driver aids, including automatic forward emergency braking, intersection collision mitigation/automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, and blind spot warning with rear cross-traffic alert.

The Corsair Grand Touring trim features a plug-in hybrid powertrain

Upgrading to the $53,925 Corsair Grand Touring requires a steep hike in price, but the added dollars net buyers a plug-in hybrid powertrain. The Grand Touring model comes standard with a 266-horsepower hybrid powertrain paired with a continuously variable transmission and is exclusively all-wheel drive. The Grand Touring can deliver an estimated 28 miles of all-electric driving range.

In addition to the PHEV powertrain, the Grand Touring features 19-inch wheels, interior ambient lighting, genuine leather upholstery, a panoramic sunroof, an adaptive suspension, and unique styling cues.

Options and accessories for the 2024 Lincoln Corsair

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Option availability is dependent on trim, but all Corsairs are available in optional exterior paints, including Whisper Blue or Red Carpet, for an additional $750. Optional wheels are also available for $350 to $1,150, depending on trim selection. All-wheel drive is available for the Premiere and Reserve trims for an additional $2,300.

The Collection II ($3,595 for the Premiere trim) package features additional driver’s aids, including a surround-view monitor and evasive steer assist, side-view mirror memory settings, a hands-free liftgate, a power-folding rear seat, and dark 18-inch alloy wheels. The far pricier $11,030 Collection III (it’s less expensive in the Reserve or Grand Touring models) adds BlueCruise 1.2 semi-autonomous highway driving assist, active park assist, a panoramic roof, head-up display, heated rear seats, and a 14-speaker Revel sound system.

A towing package is available on all models for $700. The Jet Appearance Package, which adds 20-inch black wheels and black exterior trim, can be added to models with the Collection II or III package for an additional $2,000.

Lastly, some accessories like a cargo organizer and all-weather floor mats are available as stand-alone options.

A fully loaded 2024 Lincoln Corsair with all non-conflicting options, cost-add paint and wheels, the Collection III package, and all available stand-alone accessories rings in at $68,705, about $30,000 more than the starting MSRP.