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Lincoln makes a presidential style entrance into the 2017 model year through the return of the Continental. The 2017 Lincoln Continental boasts heightened luxury, front-wheel and all-wheel drivetrains and an optional 400-horsepower twin-turbocharged engine. Among the lavish features found on the new Continental are Perfect Position Seats allowing front occupants to adjust their seats 30 ways as well as a heated, cooled and massaging rear bench. The 2017 Lincoln Continental replaces the luxury brand's previous flagship, the MKS. Lincoln's only other sedan, the MKZ enters 2017 as a refreshed model. Receiving front end treatment similar to the Continental, the 2017 Lincoln MKZ exterior/interior refinements are accompanied by a diverse engine lineup that includes the availability of the same twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine found in the 2017 Lincoln flagship. Lincoln's lineup of crossover and sport utility vehicles features more moderate changes for 2017. While the MKT, MKX and Navigator are carry-over models, the 2017 Lincoln MKC includes the standardization of a power liftgate and Auto Hold feature.