There's just something special about cruising down the highway in a luxurious sedan. Perhaps it's a throwback to the times when our parents took us for long road trips every summer, or maybe it's just the quintessentially American experience of taking to the open road. The Lincoln Continental is an icon in the class, representing the best of Lincoln design and engineering. Let's see how the Lincoln Continental compares to one of its more recent challengers, the Chrysler 300.

Both sedans offer three options in their respective engine lineups, but the Lincoln Continental boasts the more powerful array. Its assortment of V6 engines puts out between 305 and 400 horsepower, while the Chrysler offers two V6 and a V8 that make between 292 and 363 horsepower.

When it comes to the small touches that matter most, the Lincoln Continental delivers more of them -- and as standard features. For instance, every Lincoln Continental comes with an easy entry system that raises the steering wheel and moves the driver's seat back; not only is this only offered as an option for the Chrysler 300, but it's also not even available for all models.

When cruising at highway speeds, the Lincoln Continental makes use of electronically controlled shutters to close off airflow and reduce drag, while active noise cancellation kicks in to provide a quieter cabin environment. Neither of these features is offered on the Chrysler 300.

At Columbia Lincoln, we're proud to serve our customers from the Longview, WA, Portland, OR, Chehalis, Kelso, and Napavine areas. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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