The 2017 Lincoln Continental is Already Recalled

A few short weeks after the delivery of the first 2017 Lincoln Continentals to their owners, the American manufacturer had to issue a recall on the large sedan.

On about 1900 units of the Continental, the lenses on the headlight assemblies don’t comply with the government’s regulations for turn signals. According to the manufacturer, there has been no known incident or casualty associated with this recall.

The repair will be simple: Lincoln’s mechanics will inspect the cars and replace the whole headlight clusters if they are non-compliant.

1826 units of the Continental are affected in the United States, and 49 Canadian cars will need to be inspected as well.

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