Lincoln Continental Insurance Cost

Auto insurance for a Lincoln Continental will cost about $1,796 per year.

This is more than the national average for luxury sedan models by $9. Our car insurance comparison study assumes a 40 year old good driver with full coverage and good credit that drives around 13,000 miles per year. They also assume a single-car policy on a brand-new vehicle, and won't reflect any multi-car discounts.

Auto insurance premiums vary a great deal by age, state, insurance company and mileage. Factors such as recent accidents, traffic violations, credit history also impact these rates. The following chart illustrates how some of these scenarios affect the cost of car insurance for a Lincoln Continental.

Good Driver and Credit
Recent At-Fault Accident
Poor Credit Rating

Lincoln Continental insurance rates can also differ significantly between providers for the same coverage. If you've been with your current insurance company for more than a few years, you should get new quotes to make sure you're not overpaying. Try our Competitive Quote Tool or the form below to get free quotes to lower your insurance costs. Advertising Disclosure

Lincoln Continental Insurance Cost by Age

Age Good Driver Recent Accident Poor Credit
17 $6,085 $8,935 $10,452
18 $5,670 $8,326 $9,741
19 $5,011 $7,358 $8,608
20 $4,369 $6,416 $7,506
21 $3,664 $5,381 $6,294
22 $3,569 $5,240 $6,130
23 $3,122 $4,585 $5,364
24 $2,966 $4,356 $5,096
25 $2,560 $3,759 $4,398
30 $1,994 $2,928 $3,426
35 $1,868 $2,743 $3,208
40 $1,796 $2,638 $3,086
45 $1,748 $2,567 $3,003
55 $1,603 $2,354 $2,754
65 $1,672 $2,455 $2,873
75 $2,111 $3,099 $3,626

Lincoln Continental car insurance premiums can cost a lot more or less depending on where you live. Rates are more expensive in Michigan because they mandate much higher coverage levels. California, Hawaii and Massachusetts don't allow providers to adjust rates based on credit. These figures also do not include the potential discounts on a multi-vehicle policy. Those can provide significant savings to a household full of drivers. The table below is a breakdown of how these factors can affect Lincoln Continental by state.

Lincoln Continental Insurance Rates by State

State Good Driver Recent Accident Poor Credit
Alabama $1,903 $2,764 $3,519
Alaska $1,574 $2,182 $2,121
Arizona $1,780 $2,573 $3,790
Arkansas $1,951 $3,066 $3,376
California $2,173 $3,842 $2,173
Colorado $2,027 $2,837 $3,600
Connecticut $2,590 $4,017 $5,099
Delaware $2,144 $2,858 $3,671
Florida $2,553 $3,532 $4,603
Georgia $2,081 $3,113 $3,138
Hawaii $831 $1,129 $831
Idaho $1,445 $1,915 $2,328
Illinois $1,512 $2,286 $2,606
Indiana $1,553 $2,375 $2,665
Iowa $1,230 $1,687 $1,984
Kansas $1,637 $2,382 $2,786
Kentucky $2,366 $3,474 $4,102
Louisiana $3,038 $4,592 $4,979
Maine $1,149 $1,588 $2,344
Maryland $1,859 $2,706 $3,005
Massachusetts $1,491 $2,600 $1,491
Michigan $3,597 $5,482 $8,647
Minnesota $1,481 $1,974 $2,780
Mississippi $1,788 $2,550 $2,566
Missouri $1,684 $2,408 $3,164
Montana $1,713 $2,390 $2,781
Nebraska $1,448 $2,141 $2,326
Nevada $2,388 $3,542 $3,741
New Hampshire $1,661 $2,626 $3,320
New Jersey $1,830 $2,871 $3,757
New Mexico $1,869 $2,780 $2,886
New York $1,731 $2,180 $3,639
North Carolina $1,073 $1,844 $1,315
North Dakota $1,468 $2,232 $2,639
Ohio $1,309 $2,019 $2,071
Oklahoma $2,091 $2,994 $3,371
Oregon $1,903 $2,553 $3,049
Pennsylvania $1,603 $2,353 $2,753
Rhode Island $2,676 $3,925 $4,420
South Carolina $1,817 $2,518 $3,476
South Dakota $1,630 $2,349 $2,711
Tennessee $1,917 $2,823 $3,759
Texas $1,931 $2,789 $3,470
Utah $1,642 $2,302 $3,167
Vermont $1,264 $1,947 $2,058
Virginia $1,191 $1,829 $1,792
Washington $1,577 $2,140 $2,555
West Virginia $1,587 $2,272 $2,847
Wisconsin $1,582 $2,469 $2,816
Wyoming $1,477 $2,067 $2,201

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