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  • Both the Lincoln Continental and Lincoln Nautilus have earned best-in-class ratings in AutoPacific’s 2019 Ideal Vehicle Awards; Continental was named the top car in the luxury car segment while Nautilus is tops among executive luxury SUVs
  • AutoPacific Ideal Vehicle Awards recognize those vehicles that best meet the expectations of the clients who purchase them
  • Earlier this year, Lincoln Continental and Lincoln Nautilus also earned top ratings in AutoPacific’s 2019 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards
DEARBORN, Mich., Sept. 12, 2019 – Lincoln Continental and Lincoln Nautilus continue to impress and meet the discerning expectations of luxury clients. Based on owner feedback, Lincoln Continental has earned best-in-class honors for luxury cars in AutoPacific’s 2019 Ideal Vehicle Awards while Lincoln Nautilus takes the top spot among executive luxury SUVs.

The awards recognize vehicles that are ideal for their owners, with respondents rating 14 attributes ranging from technology offerings to interior quietness. The AutoPacific awards are based on responses from more than 50,000 owners of new vehicles across all major manufacturers.

“Our Ideal Vehicle Awards speak to a vehicle’s layout and design,” says AutoPacific president George Peterson. “Giving owners a chance to tell us what they would change and how they would change it reveals which vehicles are best designed to meet their needs and expectations.”

Earlier this year, Lincoln Continental and Lincoln Nautilus also earned AutoPacific’s 2019 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards, a key industry benchmark for measuring how satisfied owners are with their new vehicles. Continental earned best-in-class luxury car in vehicle satisfaction as well as top car in vehicle satisfaction, while Nautilus was named best-in-class among luxury crossover SUVs.

Lincoln’s momentum continues with the recent launch of the all-new Aviator and Aviator Grand Touring, as well as with the all-new Corsair, launching this fall.