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PDF Content Summary: United States Lincoln Client Relationship Center (TDD for the hearing impaired: ) owner.lincoln.com Canada Lincoln Client Relationship Centre (TDD for the hearing impaired: ) lincolncanada.com February Second Printing Litho in USA LJ7J 19G AA Download a FREE electronic copy or order one FREE printed copy of the most up-to-date Warranty Guide by visiting the Owner Manuals section of owner.lincoln.com. (United States) For Canada, visit lincolncanada.com/warranty. Download a FREE electronic copy or order one FREE printed copy of the most up-to-date Warranty Guide by visiting the Owner Manuals section of owner.lincoln.com. (United States) For Canada, visit lincolncanada.com/warranty. FOR LIMO/LIVERY/HEARSE VEHICLES: View and download your Warranty Guide by visiting the Warranty Information section of the Fleet website, fleet.ford.com/limo. (United States only) FOR LIMO/LIVERY/HEARSE VEHICLES: View and download your Warranty Guide by visiting the Warranty Information section of the Fleet website, fleet.ford.com/limo. (United States only) FOR LIMO/LIVERY/HEARSE VEHICLES: View and download your Warranty Guide by visiting the Warranty Information section of the Fleet website, fleet.ford.com/limo. (United States only) FOR LIMO/LIVERY/HEARSE VEHICLES: View and download your Warranty Guide by visiting the Warranty Information section of the Fleet website, fleet.ford.com/limo. (United States only) • Battery boosting • Battery boosting • Fuel (up to 10 litres) • Fuel (up to 10 litres) • Key service • Key service • Key service • Other roadside services • Other roadside services • Other roadside services WARNING Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We strongly recommend that you use extreme caution when using any device that may take your focus off the road. Your primary responsibility is the safe operation of your vehicle. We recommend against the use of any hand-held device while driving and encourage the use of voice-operated systems when possible. Make sure you are aware of all applicable local laws that may affect the use of electronic devices while driving. This Quick Reference Guide is not intended to replace your vehicle Owner’s Manual, which contains more detailed information concerning the features of your vehicle, as well as important safety warnings designed to help reduce the risk of injury to you and your passengers. Please read your entire Owner’s Manual carefully as you begin learning about your new vehicle and refer to the appropriate chapters when questions arise. All information contained in this Quick Reference Guide was accurate at the time of duplication. We reserve the right to change features, operation and functionality of any vehicle specification at any time. Your Lincoln dealer is the best source for the most current information. For detailed operating and safety information, please consult your Owner’s Manual. WARRANTY INFORMATION: Your vehicle comes with a New Vehicle Limited Warranty. The express warranties of the New Vehicle Limited Warranty are in substitution for and exclude all other liabilities of any kind whether arising under statute, in tort, by implication of law or otherwise including, to the full extent as may be allowed by law, liability for any other representations respecting the vehicle, statutory warranties or implied warranties or conditions as to its merchantability or fitness. WARRANTY INFORMATION: Your vehicle comes with a New Vehicle Limited Warranty. The express warranties of the New Vehicle Limited Warranty are in substitution for and exclude all other liabilities of any kind whether arising under statute, in tort, by implication of law or otherwise including, to the full extent as may be allowed by law, liability for any other representations respecting the vehicle, statutory warranties or implied warranties or conditions as to its merchantability or fitness. Quick Reference Guide Quick Reference Guide CORSAIR CORSAIR We're here to help you out no matter where, no matter when. Call 24/7 when you need assistance. We're here to help you out no matter where, no matter when. Call 24/7 when you need assistance. • Locked out • Locked out • Flat tire • Flat tire • Flat tire • Drained battery • Drained battery • Drained battery • Out of gas • Out of gas • Out of gas • Out of gas Canada Roadside Assistance Canada Roadside Assistance We're here to help you out no matter where, no matter when. or download the Sykes4Lincoln App We're here to help you out no matter where, no matter when. or download the Sykes4Lincoln App We're here to help you out no matter where, no matter when. or download the Sykes4Lincoln App

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• Towing • Tire service See Warranty Guide for complete details. Download the Sykes4Lincoln Roadside Assistance App for access to your roadside assistance services. Sykes4Lincoln Roadside App Call Chat online at lincoln.com Call Chat online at lincoln.com Through the Lincoln Way App1 Through the Lincoln Way App1 * Canadian Roadside coverage and benefits may differ from the United States coverage. * Canadian Roadside coverage and benefits may differ from the United States coverage. Canadian clients should refer to the Lincoln Roadside Assistance section of the Warranty Guide, call or visit the website at lincolncanada.com for more details. Canadian clients should refer to the Lincoln Roadside Assistance section of the Warranty Guide, call or visit the website at lincolncanada.com for more details. Canadian clients should refer to the Lincoln Roadside Assistance section of the Warranty Guide, call or visit the website at lincolncanada.com for more details. Canadian clients should refer to the Lincoln Roadside Assistance section of the Warranty Guide, call or visit the website at lincolncanada.com for more details. LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR NEW VEHICLE LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR NEW VEHICLE LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR NEW VEHICLE LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR NEW VEHICLE LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR NEW VEHICLE The Lincoln Way App and the Sykes4Lincoln Roadside App are available via the Apple App Store® or Google PlayTM For future quick reference, complete the Roadside Assistance Identification Card and place it in your wallet. 1 Available via a download and compatible with select smartphone platforms. Message and data rates may apply. 2 Lincoln Pickup & Delivery is valid for owners of or newer model-year Lincoln vehicles. Service available for retail and warranty repairs. Mileage limitations may apply. Lincoln reserves the right to change the program at any time without obligation. 3 See dealer for details. **Roadside assistance for life is only available for model-year and newer for the original owner. owner.lincoln.com owner.lincoln.com lincolncanada.com lincolncanada.com lincolncanada.com Lincoln Way App Lincoln Way App Lincoln Way App Lincoln Way App Scan the country-appropriate QR code with your smartphone (make sure you install a scanner app) and you can access even more information about your vehicle. Scan the country-appropriate QR code with your smartphone (make sure you install a scanner app) and you can access even more information about your vehicle. U.S. Lincoln Concierge The Lincoln Concierge is your connection to all things Lincoln. Empowered to handle your calls from beginning to end. • Provides owner benefit details • Talks through features UNITED STATES Lincoln Way App The Lincoln Way* The Lincoln Way* CORSAIR CORSAIR Our unique range of services is designed to make your Lincoln ownership effortless. Lincoln Pickup & Delivery Schedule your Pickup & Delivery appointment through the Lincoln WayTM app1 or by phone, and we’ve got the rest. We’ll pick up your Lincoln and deliver it back to you when service is complete2,3. We’ll also leave you with a complimentary Lincoln loaner3 during your service, so your time remains distinctly yours. Your vehicle will even be returned to you washed and ready for your next journey. Roadside Assistance for Life** We’re here to help you out – no matter where, no matter when. Roadside Assistance for Life** We’re here to help you out – no matter where, no matter when. Locked out Flat tire Drained battery Out of gas Locked out Flat tire Drained battery Out of gas Locked out Flat tire Drained battery Out of gas Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Owner’s Name Vehicle Identification Number Lincoln Concierge Lincoln Concierge is your 24/7 personal connection for the latest information about Lincoln vehicles, services and ownership benefits. Simply choose how you’d like to connect and a highly trained Lincoln Concierge team member will help you explore Lincoln in the way that suits you best. You can reach us any time of day or night. Dedicated Support: owner.lincoln.com How-to and informational videos. Warranty and maintenance information. Make your payment or schedule service online. Shop for accessories. How-to and informational videos. Warranty and maintenance information. Make your payment or schedule service online. Shop for accessories. How-to and informational videos. Warranty and maintenance information. Make your payment or schedule service online. Shop for accessories. Join us in Conversation Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Canada Roadside Assistance CANADA Our caring agents are empowered to handle your call and concerns from beginning to end. Our caring agents are empowered to handle your call and concerns from beginning to end. Lincoln Way App Download the Lincoln Way app1 to your mobile device to enjoy the flexibility and convenience of connecting with Lincoln services and features from wherever life takes you. For more details, visit http://www.lincoln.com/lincolnway. Lincoln Way App Download the Lincoln Way app1 to your mobile device to enjoy the flexibility and convenience of connecting with Lincoln services and features from wherever life takes you. For more details, visit http://www.lincoln.com/lincolnway. Lincoln Way App Download the Lincoln Way app1 to your mobile device to enjoy the flexibility and convenience of connecting with Lincoln services and features from wherever life takes you. For more details, visit http://www.lincoln.com/lincolnway. Locked out Flat tire Drained battery Out of gas Call 24/7 when you need assistance. Dedicated Support: owner.lincoln.com Dedicated Support: owner.lincoln.com Dedicated Support: owner.lincoln.com Dedicated Support: owner.lincoln.com Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23 Instrument Panel – 7 Commonly Used Voice Commands SYNC 3 9 – 11 Lincoln Embrace 12 Way Seat Operation Comfort Convenience 16 – 17 Technology – 22 Essential Features 23

Instrument Panel CORSAIR 1 Lighting Control Press the toggle switch upward or downward to make a selection. An indicator illuminates next to the active selection. Autolamps Headlamps on Parking lamps, instrument panel lamps, license plate lamps and rear lamps Lamps off Note: The lighting control defaults to autolamps each time you switch your vehicle on. 2 Adaptive Cruise Control* Adaptive Cruise Control adjusts your speed to maintain a set distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you in the same lane. Press to switch cruise control on or off. Press to select from one of four gap settings. Once you switch the system on, the control icons display. These controls are pressed from behind the steering wheel. 4 *if equipped SET+ or Press either button to set SET– the current speed. 3 Service Engine Soon Light Illuminates briefly when you switch the ignition CANCEL Press to cancel cruise control. on. If it remains on or blinks after you start the RESUME Press button to return to the set speed and gap setting. engine, the On-Board Diagnostics (OBD-II) system has detected a problem. Drive in a moderate fashion and contact your authorized Press to switch on dealer as soon as possible. Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering*. This system 4 Voice Control helps keep your vehicle in the center of the lane. The system Press to access voice recognition. 5 Media Controls will only activate when you have both hands on the wheel and the system detects both Press up to increase volume level. Press down to decrease volume level. lane markings. |⊳ or ⊲| Press to the right or left to access the The system can also bring your vehicle to a complete stop and may resume going forward previous or next media selection. 6 Steering Wheel Information in stop-and-go traffic. Display Controls Intelligent adaptive cruise control* allows you to set the vehicle speed to the speed limit Press to the left to scroll through available audio modes. detected by the speed sign recognition system. Press to the right to access phone Refer to the Adaptive Cruise Control chapter in your Owner’s Manual for safety information, more details and limitations. mode or to answer a phone call when a phone is paired. Press up to enter the navigation submenu. Press down to enter the settings submenu. Press the folder button to scroll through 7 information on demand display screens. Steering Wheel Menu Controls These controls are only visible when you are inside the feature menus: Press to exit the submenu. Press to the left to exit a submenu. Press to the right to choose and confirm settings or messages. You can also use the steering wheel buttons to control the Head Up Display* and information display options. Use the toggle control and the OK button to select and confirm options for SYNC 3. 5

Instrument Panel CORSAIR 8 Wiper Operation 10 Active Park Assist* and Parking Aids* Adjust the wiper lever and its controls to operate Press this button to access the parking assist the front and rear wipers. Single wipe: Pull the lever down. 11 features. Auto Hold, See Auto-Start page 19 for Stop more and information. Intermittent wipe: Raise the lever upward to Traction Control position 1 and then rotate the control: Press to access the driver assistance technology - Upward for short wipe intervals. - Downward for long wipe intervals. Normal wipe: Raise the lever upward to position 2. High-speed wipe: Raise the lever to position 3, its highest position. 6 *if equipped features on the touchscreen. From the touchscreen, you can select Auto Hold, Auto- Start-Stop and Traction Control. More information 12 about Degree these features Camera* can be found on page This button allows you to toggle through different camera views. The front and rear Speed Dependent Wipers cameras have multiple screens that include When your vehicle speed increases, the interval Normal View with , Normal View and Split between wipes decreases. View. When in park (P), neutral (N) or drive (D), Rear Window Wiper and Washer To operate the wiper, press the rocker switch on the end of the lever to change between off, intermittent and low speed. Depending on your vehicle, when you switch on the front wipers and move the gearshift lever to reverse (R), the rear only the front images display when you press the button. When in reverse (R), only the rear images display when you press the button. Note: The degree camera system turns off when your vehicle is in motion at a low speed, except when in reverse (R). intermittent wipe may turn on. To use the rear Rear View Camera washer, push the wiper lever away from you. The Rear View Camera system provides a video When you release the lever, the rear wiper image of the area behind the vehicle. operates for a short time. The image appears when your vehicle is in reverse (R) and uses a variety of guidelines to alert you of your proximity to objects. For more information about the Rear View Camera, please see the Parking Aids chapter of your Owner’s Manual. Autowipers* Note: If mud, water or debris obstructs the The autowiper system turns the wipers on only camera’s view, clean the lens with a soft, when moisture is present on the windshield. Use the rotary control to adjust the sensitivity of the autowipers. A low sensitivity means the wipers turn on when the system detects a large amount 13 14 Hazard Automatic lint-free cloth Warning Transmission and non-abrasive Flashers cleaner. of moisture on the windshield. A high sensitivity Putting your vehicle in or out of gear: means the wipers turn on when the rain sensor 1. Fully press down the brake pedal. detects a small amount of moisture on the windshield. Autowipers default to on and remain on until you switch them off in the information display. Note: Make sure that you switch this feature off on the wiper stalk before entering a car wash. Windshield Wiper De-icer* When you switch the heated rear window on, the 9 windshield Keyless Starting wiper de-icer automatically turns on. You can start your vehicle by pressing the START STOP button while fully pressing down on the brake pedal. Press the button again, without applying the brake, to switch the engine off. If you 2. Press the desired gear on the transmission selector. 3. When you are finished driving, come to a complete stop. 4. Press the park (P) button on the transmission selector. Note: Always put your vehicle in Stay in Neutral mode when entering an automatic car wash. Failure to do this could result in vehicle 15 damagenot Climate Controlled covered by Seats* warranty. For heated front seats, press repeatedly to cycle through the various heat modes and off. leave your vehicle idling for an extended period For ventilated front seats, press repeatedly of time, the engine shuts down automatically. to cycle through the various cooling modes Before this happens, a message appears in the and off. information display, allowing you time to override the shutdown feature. If you try to leave the vehicle when it is still on, a tone will sound. Note: The ventilated seats function only when the engine is running. Note: A valid key or Phone as a Key must be inside the vehicle for the ignition to start. 7

SYNC® Commonly Used Voice Commands 3 Press the voice control button on your steering wheel and then say: SYNC 3 allows you to interact with a variety of features using the touchscreen and voice commands. The system provides easy use of the system elements like audio, phone, mobile apps and settings. CORSAIR 8 *if equipped General Navigation 2 SiriusXM Traffic and Using the Touchscreen Cancel Find an Address Travel Link 1, 2 Use the touchscreen to navigate the SYNC 3 features. The status bar on the top Help Find a Place Show Traffic of the screen contains the home button, clock, outside temperature and status bar Main Menu Drive Home Show Weather Map icons that inform you about the system. The feature bar allows you to select system List of Commands Drive to Work Show Fuel Prices features like audio and settings. For your safety, some features are speed-dependent. Show Previous Destinations Show 5-Day Forecast Their use is limited to when your vehicle speed is less than 3 mph (5 km/h). Audio Cancel Route Show Route Radio Repeat Instruction AM <frequency number> Show Map FM <frequency number> Apps Mobile Applications List Applications Bluetooth Stereo Find Applications USB Phone <Application Name> Help Updating Your System System updates are available through the local Lincoln website using a USB or by connecting your vehicle to a Wi-Fi network connection. With a network connection, you can have your SYNC 3 system update automatically as well. Please see the SYNC 3 chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more information on updating your system. Pair Phone Using Voice Recognition Call <contact name> Using voice commands allows you to keep your hands on the wheel and focus on Call <contact name> <location> 1 SiriusXM may not be available in all markets. what is in front of you. To activate the SYNC 3 voice commands, press the voice Dial <number> Activation and a subscription are required. button on the steering wheel and wait for the prompt. 2 if equipped Press the button during any system voice prompt to interrupt the prompt and begin your voice command. To adjust the volume of the system voice prompts, turn the volume control when a voice prompt is playing. Some services may not be available in your area. For additional support, refer to the SYNC 3 chapter of your Owner’s Manual, visit the website or call the toll-free number. For U.S. customers: Visit owner.lincoln.com or call For Canadian customers: Visit syncmyride.ca or syncmaroute.ca or call To use Siri on your iOS device, press and hold the voice control button on the steering wheel. You can find the available voice commands in the SYNC 3 chapter of your Owner’s Manual or in the Commonly Used Voice Commands in this guide. 9

11 10 SYNC® 3 CORSAIR Pairing Your Phone for the First Time Audio Switch on Bluetooth on your device to begin You can select from a variety of entertainment pairing. Check the compatibility of your device on the local Ford website. options, including AM/FM radio, USB, Bluetooth Stereo and Apps. To add a phone: 1. Select the phone option on the feature bar. Presets To set a new preset, tune to the station and then 2. Select Add Phone. press and hold one of the preset buttons. The audio 3. A prompt alerts you to search for your vehicle on mutes briefly while the system saves the station and your phone. then returns. To view additional AM, FM or SiriusXM 4. Select your vehicle on your phone. presets, swipe left. 5. Confirm that the number appearing on your phone matches the number on the touchscreen. 6. The touchscreen indicates when the pairing is successful. 7. Download the phonebook from your phone when you are prompted. To pair subsequent phones, please see the SYNC 3 chapter in your Owner’s Manual. Navigation You can set your destination using the text entry or map screen. Using text entry, you can search by entering all or part of the destination, such as the address, intersection or city. Using the map screen, you can select a location on the map, then select Start to begin the route guidance. You can adjust the map to display in two-dimensional or three-dimensional mode. You can also zoom in or out on the map by using a pinching gesture. During route guidance, you will see a turn indicator, points of interest on the map, your current road and an option to mute the guidance prompts. You can press the button in the top right-hand corner of the main map to display estimated time of arrival, remaining travel time or distance to your destination. Settings Under the Settings menu, you can access and adjust the settings for many of the system features. Once you select a tile, press the to view an explanation of the feature or setting. Using Your Connected Phone To make calls, select from your contacts, recent calls or dial the number on the phone keypad. From the phone menu you can also adjust phone settings, change devices or mute your phone. The do not disturb mode rejects all incoming calls and switches off ring tones and alerts. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto To use Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, connect your device to a USB port and follow the instructions on the touchscreen. Certain SYNC 3 features are not available when you are using Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Android Auto may need to be enabled from the settings menu. You can switch Apple CarPlay or Android Auto off through the settings menu. See the SYNC 3 chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more information. Apps The system allows you to interact with select mobile apps while keeping your eyes on the road. Voice commands, your steering wheel buttons or a quick tap on your touchscreen give you advanced control of compatible mobile apps. You can also stream your favorite music or podcasts, share your time of arrival with friends and keep connected safely. For more information on connecting apps to your system, please see the SYNC 3 chapter of your Owner’s Manual. Lincoln Embrace Way Seat Operation* CORSAIR CORSAIR Network Connectivity The modem enables access to a range of features built into your vehicle. More information is available through the Lincoln Way App. The modem has a SIM. The modem was enabled when your vehicle was built and periodically sends messages to stay connected to the cell phone network, receive automatic software updates and send vehicle-related information to us, for example diagnostic information. These messages could include information that identifies your vehicle, the SIM and the electronic serial number of the modem. Cell phone network service providers could have access to additional information, for example cell phone network tower identification. For additional information about our privacy policy, visit your local Lincoln website. 1. Memory Function* The memory function allows a one-touch recall of personalized memory features, including the driver seat, power mirrors and steering column*. Use the memory controls on the driver door to program and then recall memory positions. To program a position, switch the ignition on. Adjust the memory features to your desired positions. Press and hold the desired preset button until you hear a single tone. You can now use these controls to recall the set memory positions. You can also program your memory seat to your key fob. That way, when you unlock your door with the key fob, your memory features automatically move into your saved positions. You can link additional features to your memory preset by creating a personal profile. Page 22 provides more information on this feature. See the Seats chapter in your Owner’s Manual for more details. 2. Lumbar Support Press this button to access the lumbar menu on the touchscreen. As you approach or leave your vehicle, areas of your vehicle automatically adjust, including the following personalization features: As you approach or leave your vehicle, areas of your vehicle automatically adjust, including the following personalization features: Welcome Lighting The Lincoln welcome mat projection lights are on the bottom of the exterior mirror housings. They project an image onto the ground a short distance from your vehicle when welcome lighting or lighted entry turns on. Welcome Lighting The Lincoln welcome mat projection lights are on the bottom of the exterior mirror housings. They project an image onto the ground a short distance from your vehicle when welcome lighting or lighted entry turns on. Auto-Folding Exterior Mirrors* Exterior mirrors automatically fold toward the glass when you place the transmission into park (P), switch off the ignition, exit and lock the driver door. Auto-folding mirrors unfold and return to their original positions automatically after you unlock your vehicle and then open and close the driver door. You can fold the mirrors on demand by pressing the power-folding mirror control on the door. The control illuminates and the mirrors fold in toward the glass. Press the control again to unfold the mirrors. The control light turns off. Auto-Folding Exterior Mirrors* Exterior mirrors automatically fold toward the glass when you place the transmission into park (P), switch off the ignition, exit and lock the driver door. Auto-folding mirrors unfold and return to their original positions automatically after you unlock your vehicle and then open and close the driver door. You can fold the mirrors on demand by pressing the power-folding mirror control on the door. The control illuminates and the mirrors fold in toward the glass. Press the control again to unfold the mirrors. The control light turns off. 4. Power Front Seats 4. Power Front Seats Using these controls, you can adjust seat height and move the seat forward and backward. Using these controls, you can adjust seat height and move the seat forward and backward. Using these controls, you can adjust seat height and move the seat forward and backward. Using these controls, you can adjust seat height and move the seat forward and backward. 5. Seat Cushion Length Adjustment 5. Seat Cushion Length Adjustment 5. Seat Cushion Length Adjustment Press the top of the control to adjust the left side of the cushion and the bottom of the control to adjust the right side of the cushion. Press the top of the control to adjust the left side of the cushion and the bottom of the control to adjust the right side of the cushion. Press the top of the control to adjust the left side of the cushion and the bottom of the control to adjust the right side of the cushion. Multi-Contour Front Seats with Active Motion* Using the touchscreen, you can switch on and off the massage system. 3. Seat Recline Press this button to move the entire seatback forward or backward. Illuminated Entry* The interior lamps and some exterior lamps illuminate when you unlock the doors with the remote control. Easy Entry and Exit Moves the driver seat rearward up to 2 inches (5 cm). Additionally, the power tilt and telescoping steering wheel moves to the full up position when the transmission is in park (P) and you switch off the keyless start ignition. The driver seat and steering column return to their previous positions when you push the keyless start ignition button. You can switch this feature on or off through the touchscreen. 12 *if equipped *if equipped 13

Comfort Tilting Head Restraints* The front head restraints tilt for extra comfort. To tilt the head restraint, do the following: 1. Adjust the seatback to an upright driving or riding position. 2. Pivot the head restraint forward toward your head to the desired position. After the head restraint reaches the forward-most tilt position, pivoting it forward again releases it to the rearward, un-tilted position. Heated Rear Seats* The rear heated seat controls are on the rear of the center console. To use them, press the heated seat button to cycle through the various heat settings and off. Warmer settings are indicated by more lights. The rear heated seats operate only when the engine is running. Power Folding Second Row Bench Seat* L Press to fold the left-hand rear seat backrest. R Press to fold the right-hand rear seat backrest. Moving the Rear Seats Backward and Forward You can slide the seat backward and forward by pulling up on the handle on the front of the rear seat. CORSAIR Intelligent Access Remote Entry Icons Ambient Lighting* Power Adjustable Steering Column* Moonroof* Press once to lock all doors. Press again within three seconds to confirm Use the control on the side of the steering column to that you locked all doors. adjust the position. Press once to unlock the driver door. Press again within three seconds to Heated Steering Wheel* unlock all doors. The heated steering wheel button is on the climate Press to activate the panic alarm. Press again or switch the ignition on to controls. Press the button to switch the heated deactivate. steering wheel on and off. Press twice within three seconds to open the liftgate. Dual Automatic Temperature Control Car finder: Press twice within three seconds to locate your vehicle. A tone Press and release the AUTO button to switch on sounds and the direction indicators flash. automatic operation. Repeatedly press the AUTO Note: The intelligent access transmitter also contains a mechanical key blade that To access and adjust: button to adjust auto mode. The system adjusts the The moonroof controls are on the overhead console you can use to unlock the driver door, if necessary. 1. Press the Settings icon, then Ambient Lighting blower motor speed, air distribution, air conditioning and have a one-touch open and close feature. To Intelligent Access* on the touchscreen. You can unlock and lock the vehicle without taking the key out of your pocket or 2. Touch the desired color. 3. Drag the color up or down to increase or decrease the intensity. To switch ambient lighting off, press the active color once or drag the active color all the way down to zero intensity. 14 *if equipped operation and outside or recirculated air to reach and maintain the temperature you have set. Adjust the blower motor control to turn auto mode off. stop the movement during one-touch operation, press the control a second time. purse when your intelligent access key is within 3 feet (1 meter) of your vehicle. Press and release to open the moonroof. To unlock, touch the unlock sensor on the back of the door handle for a brief VENT Press and release to vent or close the period and then pull on the door handle, being careful to not touch the lock moonroof. sensor at the same time or pull the door handle too quickly. Press and release to open the sunshade. To lock, touch the door handle lock sensor on the door for approximately one The sunshade opens automatically with the second, being careful to not touch the unlock sensor on the back of the door moonroof. You can also open the sunshade with handle at the same time. the moonroof closed. Press and release to close the sunshade. *if equipped 15 *if equipped

Convenience CORSAIR Remote Start* Stability Control and Traction Control with Roll Stability ControlTM (RSCTM) Remote start allows you to start the engine from outside your vehicle. To start, Automatically turns on when you start your engine and helps you keep control press and then press twice within three seconds. Before driving your of your vehicle when on a slippery surface. You can switch the Traction Control vehicle, you must press the push button ignition switch on the instrument panel system on or off using the button in the instrument panel. You cannot switch while applying the brake pedal. You can also turn your vehicle off from outside the stability control and roll stability control systems off, but when you shift into after a remote start by pressing once. If your vehicle is equipped with reverse, these systems deactivate. The electronic stability control portion of the remote feedback, an LED on the key provides status feedback of remote start system helps avoid skids and lateral slides. Roll stability control helps avoid a or stop commands. A solid green light means the remote start or extension was vehicle rollover. The traction control system helps avoid drive wheel spin and loss successful, while a blinking red light means the remote start or stop has failed. A of traction. See the Stability Control chapter in your Owner’s Manual solid red light means that the remote stop was successful and the engine is off. for details. When the system is waiting for a status update from the vehicle, you will see a blinking green light. Electric Parking Brake The electric parking brake switch replaces the conventional hand brake. The Phone as a Key* switch is on the center console. To apply the electric parking brake, pull the You can set up your phone as an intelligent access key allowing you to lock, switch up. The brake system warning lamp flashes for approximately 2 seconds, unlock, start and drive your vehicle using the Lincoln Way App. Visit your device’s and then illuminates to confirm that you applied the parking brake. To release app store or our website for more information. the electric parking brake manually, switch the ignition on, press the brake pedal To use the Backup Start Passcode feature, Phone as a Key must be active and and then press the switch down. The brake system warning lamp turns off. Your enabled on at least one phone. vehicle automatically releases the parking brake when the driver door is closed, If you are unable to start your vehicle, do the following: 1. Fully press the brake pedal and press the push button ignition switch. A No Key Detected message appears in the instrument cluster. 2. The display screen shows the Backup Starting Passcode entry screen. 16 the accelerator pedal is pressed and no faults are detected in the parking brake system. Note: If the electric parking brake warning lamp stays on, then the electric parking brake did not automatically release. You must release the electric parking brake using the switch. 3. Enter the backup password and select Enter within 30 seconds. 4. A message appears in the display screen to start your vehicle. 5. Fully depress the brake pedal and press the push button ignition within 20 seconds to start the engine. Power Liftgate Your liftgate has an automatic open and close feature. To open remotely, press twice on your remote control within three seconds. You can also operate the liftgate by pressing the button on the instrument panel. To close the liftgate, press and release the liftgate control button on the liftgate. Hands-free Liftgate Operation* 1. Make sure you have your intelligent access key within 3 feet (1 meter) of the liftgate. 2. Move your foot under and back from the rear bumper, similar to a kicking (front-to-back) motion. Do not move your foot sideways or the sensors may not detect the motion. If your vehicle has a trailer hitch, kick your foot between the trailer hitch and the exhaust system. Do not kick under the trailer hitch. Press the button on the instrument panel to access the Auto Hold, Auto-Start-Stop and Traction Control settings menu. Additional feature menus can be access by pressing the Additional Settings button. Auto Hold Auto Hold can assist you while stopping at traffic lights or while in traffic jams by holding the brakes when you stop the vehicle. When the system is on and actively holding the vehicle, AUTO HOLD displays in the Instrument cluster. When you press the accelerator pedal, Auto Hold automatically releases the brakes. In certain situations, Auto Hold may apply the electric parking brake and illuminate the brake warning lamp in the instrument cluster. Press the button in the instrument panel to access the Auto Hold feature on the touchscreen. Switch Auto Hold off if you are towing a trailer or having the vehicle towed. See the Brakes chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more details. Auto-Start-Stop The system automatically turns off the engine when you stop your vehicle to help reduce fuel consumption. The engine restarts automatically when you release the brake pedal. The system turns on automatically each time you start your vehicle. Press the button on the instrument panel to access the Auto-Start-Stop feature on the touchscreen. Use the touchscreen to deactivate the feature. Deactivating the feature lasts only 1 key cycle. Use the touchscreen to restore Auto-Start-Stop function. *if equipped 17

Technology *if equipped CORSAIR Driver Alert Front, Rear and Side Parking Aids* The system automatically monitors These systems warn you of obstacles within a certain range of your vehicle. As your driving behavior using various you move closer to the detected obstacle, the rate of the warning tone increases inputs, including the front camera in frequency. The system turns on automatically whenever you switch the ignition sensor. If the system detects that driver on. You can switch the system off through the menu on the touchscreen. alertness is below a certain threshold, The side sensing system uses the front and rear side sensors to detect and map the system alerts you using a tone obstacles that are near the sides of your vehicle. The front sensors are active and a message in the information when the transmission is in any position other than park (P). The rear sensors display. The warning system works are active when the vehicle is in reverse (R) and your vehicle is traveling at a in two stages. At first, the system low speed. issues a temporary warning that you Keep the sensors, located on the bumper or fascia, free from snow, ice and large need to take a rest. This message accumulations of dirt. If the sensors are covered, the system’s accuracy can be will only appear for a short time. If the affected. Do not clean the sensors with sharp objects. See the Parking Aids system detects further reduced driver chapter in your Owner’s Manual for complete information on your vehicle’s alertness, the system issues another sensing systems. warning that remains in the information display for a longer time. Press OK on the steering wheel to clear the warning. You may switch the system on or off through the Active Park Assist with Parallel and Perpendicular Parking and Parallel Park Out Assist* Detects an available parking space and automatically steers, accelerates, brakes and shifts gear as required to maneuver into or out of a parking space. information display. To use active park assist, press the button just below the display screen, then touch the Active Park Assist icon on the display screen to bring up full screen notifications. Then press either the parking button or the soft keys on the display screen to switch between Parallel Park In, Perpendicular Park In or Parallel Park Out parking modes. Use the direction indicator to select from which direction you want to begin searching, either to the left- or right-hand side of your vehicle. Drive your vehicle approximately 3 feet (1 meter) away from and parallel to the other parked vehicles 18 *if equipped when searching for a parking space. A tone sounds and a message appears in the information display when active park assist finds a suitable parking space. To park, press and hold the brake pedal, then release the steering wheel and shift into neutral (N). Press and hold the active park assist button. Release the brake pedal to allow the vehicle to park. You can slow down your vehicle at any time by pressing the brake pedal. The vehicle shifts into park (P) when parking is complete. Use the park out assist feature when your vehicle is at rest in a parallel parking space. Press the active park assist button and use the direction indicator lever to choose the direction to exit the space. Press and hold the brake pedal. Release the steering wheel and shift into neutral (N). You can then release the parking brake and press and hold the active park assist button. Release the brake pedal to allow the vehicle to move. Note: After the system drives your vehicle to a position where you can exit the parking space in a forward movement, a message appears instructing you to take full control of your vehicle. For complete information, refer to the Parking Aids chapter of your Owner’s Manual. Lane Keeping System When you switch the system on and the system detects an unintentional drift out of your lane is likely to occur, the system notifies or assists you to stay in your lane through the steering system and information display. Depending on the feature operation mode you select, the system provides a warning by vibrating the steering wheel (Alert Mode) or a steering assistance (Aid Mode) by gently counter steering your vehicle back into the lane. The system can also provide both warning (vibrating the steering wheel) and steering assistance (gently counter steering your vehicle back into the lane) while Aid+Alert mode is selected. You can switch the system on or off by pressing the button on the direction indicator. Refer to the Driving Aids chapter of your Owner’s Manual for system operation and limitations. Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) and Cross Traffic Alert BLIS uses radar sensors to help you determine if a vehicle may be in your blind spot zone. Cross traffic alert warns you of vehicles approaching from the sides when the transmission is in reverse (R). Both systems turn on an indicator light in the exterior mirror on the side of the vehicle from which the approaching vehicle is coming. Cross traffic alert also sounds tones and displays messages to warn you from which direction vehicles are approaching. Note: Visibility aids do not replace the need to watch where the vehicle is moving. Refer to your Owner’s Manual for safety information, more details and system limitations. Pre-Collision Assist If your vehicle is rapidly approaching a stationary vehicle, a vehicle traveling in the same direction as yours, or a pedestrian within your driving path, the system is designed to provide three levels of functionality: Alert: When active, a flashing visual warning displays and an audible warning tone sounds. Brake Support: Assists the driver in reducing collision speed by preparing the brake system for rapid braking. Brake support does not automatically apply the brakes, but if the brake pedal is pressed even lightly by the driver, brake support could add additional braking up to full force. Active Braking: Active braking may activate if the system determines that a collision is imminent. The system may help the driver reduce impact damage or avoid the crash completely. 19

Technology CORSAIR Head Up Display (HUD) Drive Mode Control This is a visual system that shows information in your field of view as you drive. Drive Modes deliver the Lincoln driving experience through a suite of The information comes from various vehicle systems and includes vehicle sophisticated electronic vehicle systems. speed, speed limit, navigation and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, such as The system optimizes steering, handling and powertrain response. Adaptive Cruise Control and the lane keeping system. This system projects the information off the windshield and focuses the image near the end of the hood, approximately 7 feet (2 meters) in front of the driver. Viewing this information does not require you to significantly move your head, allowing you to keep your eyes on the road while having quick and easy access to information. Using the The system automatically tailors your vehicle configuration for each mode you select. To change the drive mode setting, rotate the drive mode selector on the center console. 4-way toggle on the right-hand side of your steering wheel, you can control the Mode changes are not available when the ignition is off. system’s options through the information display. Adjust the display vertically to Conserve: Enables efficient driving. make viewing the content easier. You can also adjust what content displays and the brightness of the content. The HUD menu automatically closes after a certain period of inactivity. Deep Conditions*: For crossing terrain that has deformable deep, rutted surfaces, such as mud, deep sand or deep snow. Excite: For sporty on-road driving. Normal: For everyday driving. Slippery: For less than ideal road conditions, such as snow or ice covered roads. Post Crash Alert System The system flashes the direction indicators and sounds the horn (intermittently) in the event of a serious impact that deploys an airbag equipped on your vehicle. The horn and lamps turn off when: You press the hazard control button. You press the panic button on the remote entry transmitter*. Your vehicle runs out of power. 20 *if equipped Wireless Charging* This feature supports QI wireless charging-compatible devices. You can only charge one device at a time on the charging area. You can charge a device if the vehicle is on, in accessory mode or if SYNC 3 is on. To begin charging your device, place the device in the center of the charging surface with the charging side down. The charging stops after your device reaches a full charge. For more information, see the Auxiliary Power Points chapter of your Owner’s Manual. Built-in Storage* You can use the luggage cover to cover items in the cargo area of your vehicle. For vehicles with roof racks and load carriers, make sure that you securely fasten the load. Check the tightness of the load before driving and at each fuel stop. For information on load limits and maximums, please see the Load Carrying chapter in your Owner’s Manual. SelectShift® Automatic Transmission* With SelectShift automatic transmission, you can use the paddles on your steering wheel to change gears without a clutch. Pull the (+) paddle on the steering wheel to activate SelectShift. To change gears with the steering wheel paddles: Pull the right paddle (+) to upshift Pull the left paddle (–) to downshift. For more information and system operation, please see the Transmission chapter of your Owner’s Manual. Adaptive Headlamps* When you are steering around a curve, the headlamps adapt to help you see better at night (if the camera detects lane markings indicating a curve or traffic signs indicating an intersection). Set the lighting control to the autolamps position to use the adaptive headlamps. Front Fog Lamps* You can switch on the front fog lamps by pressing the button on the lighting control. Note: Only use fog lamps during reduced visibility, for example heavy fog, snow or heavy rain. Daytime Running Lamps The system turns the lamps on in daylight conditions. To switch the system on, switch the lighting control to any position except headlamps. Automatic High Beam Control The system turns on high beams if it is dark enough and no other traffic is present. If it detects an approaching vehicle’s headlamps, tail lamps, or street lighting ahead, the system turns off high beams before they can distract other road users. Low beams remain on. To switch the system on, use the touchscreen to select Settings, then select Vehicle, then Lighting. *if equipped 21

Technology CORSAIRSecuriCodeTM Keyless Entry System The SecuriCode keypad is near the driver window and illuminates when touched. The keypad allows you to lock or unlock the doors without a key. You can operate the keypad with the factory-set, five-digit entry code found on the owner’s wallet card in the glove box or by using your personal code. You must press each number within five seconds of each other. To Unlock the Driver Door Enter the factory-set, five-digit code or your personal code. The interior lamps light. To Unlock All Doors Enter the factory-set code or your personal code, then press 3·4 within five seconds. To Lock All Doors Press and hold 7·8 and 9·0 at the same time (with the driver door closed). You do not need to enter the keypad code first. See the Doors and Locks chapter in your Owner’s Manual for more information on how to use SecuriCode. MyKeyTM MyKey allows you to program certain driving restrictions in order to promote good driving habits. You can program things such as speed restrictions and limited volume levels. For complete information, refer to the MyKey chapter in your Owner’s Manual. 23 USB Port USB ports allow you to plug in media playing devices, memory sticks and charge devices, if supported. Note: Some of the USB ports may not have data transfer capabilities. Personal Profiles* You can create one profile for each preset memory seat button along with a guest profile. Each personal profile enables users to personalize the vehicle’s settings. You can recall a profile using SYNC 3 or your selected preset button. You can also link a remote control and a Phone as a Key* device to your profile. You can personalize positional settings, such as seats and mirrors, as well as non- positional settings, such as radio, navigation, driver assist and system settings. For more information, see the SYNC 3 chapter in your Owner’s Manual. Essential Features Refueling When refueling your vehicle: 1. Make sure the ignition is switched off. 2. Fully open the fuel door. 3. Insert the fuel pump nozzle into the fuel system up to the first notch. Keep the fuel pump nozzle resting on the fuel tank filler pipe. 4. Make sure you keep the fuel pump nozzle in a level position when refueling or it may impact the flow of the fuel. Improper positioning can also cause the fuel pump to shut off before the fuel tank is full. 5. When you finish refueling, slowly raise and remove the fuel pump nozzle. Fully close the fuel door. If you are refilling your tank from a fuel container, make sure you use the fuel filler funnel included with your vehicle. Using an aftermarket funnel may not work with the capless system and could cause damage to your vehicle. For more information and for your fuel filler funnel location, please see the Fuel and Refueling chapter of your Owner’s Manual. Fuel Tank Capacity and Fuel Info Your vehicle has a gallon ( liter) fuel tank. We recommend regular unleaded gasoline with a pump (R+M)/2 octane rating of To provide improved performance, we recommend premium fuel for severe duty usage, such as trailer towing. Use only UNLEADED fuel or UNLEADED fuel blended with a maximum of 15% ethanol and a minimum octane rating of Towing Your Vehicle Towing your vehicle may be limited. Refer to the Towing chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more information. Location of Spare Tire and Tools Your spare tire and tools are under the carpeted wheel cover. A dissimilar spare tire is designed for emergency use only and should be replaced as soon as possible. For complete details on changing your tire, refer to the Changing a Road Wheel section in the Wheels and Tires chapter of your Owner’s Manual. Rear Window Buffeting When just one of the windows is open, you may hear a pulsing noise. Lower the opposite window until the noise subsides. Opening the Hood To open the hood, open the driver’s door and fully pull the hood release lever in the left-hand foot-well and allow the lever to fully retract. Then pull and release a second time to fully release the hood. There is no lever under the hood required to release the hood latch.


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Cruise in the Lincoln Corsair

Introducing Lincoln’s smallest Sports Utility Vehicle–get into a new name and new personality, at 3, pounds of absolute magnificence: the Lincoln Corsair.

What is in a Name?

To be truthful, we are enjoying the all-new persona. Because after years of meaningless acronyms, Lincoln is finally offering some poetic justice for its worthwhile magnificence. What was the MKX is now the multidimensional, oceanic Nautilus. Also, we are declaring goodbye to MKC and accepting the Corsair–a true wonder, anchored in a depth of refinement.

The Voyage

The All-New Aviator is not the only hard-to-resist motor vehicle in Lincoln’s new list. After several test-drive evaluations from sources like Motor 1, Motor Trend, Road Show, we are absolutely convinced that it is not anything but calm in the Corsair. Yes, it is a reinstatement of a previous model, but Lincoln was really going for a new, distinguishing character of its own and let us be the earliest to say, it delivers.The Corsair’s unwavering personality transforms well onto its road-performance. Noise, vibration, and simplicity levels are what you need and more – convincing us this ship could conquer any storm.

“The Corsair deals with both road noise and engine noise exceptionally well, with both hardly ever entering the cabin.” – Motor 1

Though it shares the same new front-wheel-drive platform as its counterpart, the Ford Escape, there is no negating that the two models are concocted totally distinct. According to Motor Trend, “Few buyers will confuse or even cross-shop them.” That is most likely since the Corsair is lengthier and broader, and the floating roof sits at a low height. It costs additional, but with good justification.

On the Interior

The inside is no omission to the Corsair delight. Lincoln kept it straightforward, but stylish with trim that sweeps from the steering wheel on to the passenger window. High-grade leather shrouds the inside, providing us mid-century modern atmosphere.Even the controls are partaking in the minimalist pleasure. Easy to pinpoint, straightforward to use, and elegant–particularly the push-to-talk button where the thumb lies. And it does not end there. There are way changeable seats with controls on the door.

The only thing that is missing is you behind the steering wheel.


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