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PDF Content Summary: WARNING Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We strongly recommend that you use extreme caution when using any device that may take your focus off the road. Your primary responsibility is the safe operation of your vehicle. We recommend against the use of any hand-held device while driving and encourage the use of voice-operated systems when possible. Make sure you are aware of all applicable local laws that may affect the use of electronic devices while driving. United States Lincoln Client Relationship Center 1-800-521-4140 (TDD for the hearing impaired 1-800-232-5952) Canada Lincoln Client Relationship Centre 1-800-387-9333 (TDD for the hearing impaired 1-888-658-6805) This Quick Reference Guide is not intended to replace your vehicle Owner’s Manual, which contains more detailed information concerning the features of your vehicle, as well as important safety warnings designed to help reduce the risk of injury to you and your passengers. Please read your entire Owner’s Manual carefully as you begin learning about your new vehicle and refer to the appropriate chapters when questions arise. All information contained in this Quick Reference Guide was accurate at the time of duplication. We reserve the right to change features, operation and/ or functionality of any vehicle specification at any time. Your Lincoln dealer is the best source for the most current information. For detailed operating and safety information, please consult your Owner’s Manual. Lincoln Continental July 2017 First Printing Quick Reference Guide Litho in U.S.A. JD9J 19G217 AA 2018 CONTINENTAL Quick Reference Guide

The Lincoln Way1 A premier collection of services and experiences designed around you. Lincoln Pickup & Delivery At the Lincoln Motor Company, we make moving through life seamless by picking up your vehicle when it’s time for service and dropping it off when finished. We also lend you a Lincoln in between, so your time remains distinctly yours.* Arrange Pickup & Delivery service by calling your Service Advisor. Lincoln Way App This smartphone-compatible app combines vehicle service, client ownership and driver convenience features. For more details, visit Lincoln Concierge Our team is ready to help and is your personal connection to all things Lincoln. The Lincoln Concierge is your connection to all things Lincoln. Provides owner benefit details Talks through features Empowered to handle your calls from beginning to end. Complimentary Lincoln Loaner Should your Lincoln require service, we’ll provide you with a Lincoln loaner.†† Dedicated Support: Lincoln Client Relationship Center and Roadside Assistance 1-800-521-4140 TDD for the Hearing Impaired 1-800-232-5952 How-to and informational videos. Warranty and maintenance information. Make your payment or schedule service online. Shop for accessories. Join us in Conversation Our caring agents are empowered to handle your call and concerns from beginning to end. Table of Contents Instrument Panel .............................................4 – 5 SYNC 3..............................................................6 – 9 Lincoln Experiences............................................. 10 Convenience ..................................................11 – 13 Function.........................................................14 – 17 Comfort.........................................................18 – 20 Essential Features ........................................21 – 22 Commonly Used Voice Commands ....................23 2018 CONTINENTAL

Roadside Assistance for Life** We’re here to help you out – no matter where, no matter when. Locked out Flat tire Drained battery Out of gas Call 24/7 when you need assistance. Complimentary Car Wash After every service visit at select dealers, a clean start to your drive is on us.† 2 1 Canadian Roadside coverage and benefits may differ from the United States coverage. Canadian clients should refer to the Lincoln Roadside Assistance section of the Warranty Guide, call 1-800-387-9333 or visit the website at for more details. * Pickup and delivery is valid for owners of new 2017 model-year Lincoln vehicles. Service is available for retail and warranty repairs. Mileage limitations may apply. See your dealer for details. Lincoln reserves the right to change program details at any time without obligation. **Roadside assistance for life is only available for model-year 2013 and newer for the original owner. † Availability depends on dealer participation. †† Valid for owners of Lincoln models 2010 to present. See dealer for complete details. Lincoln reserves the right to change program details at any time without obligation. LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR NEW VEHICLE Scan the country-appropriate QR code with your smartphone (make sure you have a scanner app installed) and you can access even more information about your vehicle. Lincoln Way App 3

1 Electric Parking Brake The electric parking brake replaces the conventional hand brake. For more information, please see page 22 of this guide. 2 Adaptive Cruise Control* In addition to cruise control, your vehicle may also include adaptive cruise control. The system adjusts your speed to maintain a proper distance between you and the vehicle in front of you in the same lane. You can select from one of four gap settings by pressing the and controls on the steering wheel. The system can also bring your vehicle to a complete stop and may resume going forward in stop-and-go traffi c. Note: Driving aids do not replace the need to watch where the vehicle is moving and brake when necessary. Refer to the Cruise Control chapter in your Owner’s Manual for safety information, more details and limitations. 3 Steering Wheel Controls There are four banks of steering wheel controls, controlling the audio, voice, cruise and information displays. Audio Controls Press VOL + or – to increase or decrease volume levels. Press to mute the active audio. Press |⊳ or ⊲| to access the previous or next radio station preset, CD track or preset Instrument Panel Voice Controls Press to access voice recognition. Use the toggle control and the OK button to select and confirm options for SYNC 3. Press the button to exit a menu. Cruise Control If you do not have adaptive cruise control, use the following cruise control buttons on your steering wheel . To set the speed: A. Press and release ON. B. Accelerate to the desired speed. C. Press SET+ or SET– and take your foot off the accelerator. To set a higher or lower speed, press and hold SET+ or SET– until you reach the desired speed. Press and release either button to change a set speed in small increments. To cancel a set speed, tap the brake pedal. The set speed saves for easy recall. To return to a previously set speed, press RES. To switch off, press OFF or switch the ignition off. Information Display Controls Press the button to accept or make a call. Press the button to reject or end a call. You may also be able to use the steering wheel buttons to control the Head Up Display* (press the HUD button) and SYNC 3 screens including the audio, settings, navigation and information display options. 4 Adaptive Headlamps The headlamp beams move in the same direction as the steering wheel. This provides more visibility when driving around curves. 5 Vehicle Information Display You can control various systems on your vehicle using the quick action menu buttons on the right-hand side of the steering wheel. Refer to the Information Displays chapter in your Owner’s Manual for more information. 6 Audio Status Bar Displays information related to the current audio source. 7 Service Engine Soon Light Lights briefly when you switch on the ignition. If it remains on or blinks after you start the engine, the On-Board Diagnostics (OBD-II) system has detected a problem. 2018 CONTINENTAL Drive in a moderate fashion (avoid heavy acceleration and deceleration) and contact your authorized dealer as soon as possible. 8 Power Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column The four-way rocker control allows you to adjust the steering wheel to your desired position. 9 Keyless Starting Allows you to start your vehicle by pressing the START STOP button while fully pressing down on the brake pedal. If you leave your vehicle idling for an extended period of time, it automatically shuts down. Before the engine shuts down, a message appears in the information display, allowing the driver to override the shutdown feature. Note: Your intelligent access key must be inside the vehicle for the ignition to start. The keyless warning alert sounds the horn twice when you exit the vehicle with the key and the vehicle is still on. 10 Hazard Warning Flashers

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SYNC® 3 General Tips Pairing Your Phone with SYNC 3 Receiving Calls 2018 CONTINENTAL Using SYNC 3 The SYNC 3 system allows you to interact with a variety of features using the touchscreen and voice commands. By integrating with your Bluetooth enabled phone, the touchscreen provides easy interaction with the audio, multimedia, climate control, navigation, and your phone’s SYNC 3 compatible apps. Press Settings on the feature bar in your touchscreen to personalize the many features and settings of your vehicle all in one place. 6 Press the home icon at any time to return to the home screen. For additional support, refer to the SYNC 3 chapter in your Owner’s Manual, visit the website or call the toll-free number. See the inside back cover of this guide for more details. The touchscreen is sensitive, so make sure you press the desired icon accurately. Why Do You Need a SYNC Owner Account? A SYNC owner account allows you to receive the latest software updates and, when you have questions, free client support. Some services may not be available in your area. Create Your Account Create your account by visiting the website. Call the toll-free number for more information. In the United States: 1-800-521-4140 In Canada: 1-800-387-9333 Pair your Bluetooth-enabled phone with the system before using the functions in hands-free mode. 1. Select Add Phone. 2. Follow the on-screen instructions. 3. A prompt alerts you to search for the system on your phone. 4. Select your vehicle’s make and model as it displays on your phone. 5. Confirm that the six-digit number appearing on your phone matches the six-digit number on the touchscreen. 6. The touchscreen indicates when the pairing is successful. 7. Your phone may prompt you to give the system permission to access information. To check your phone’s compatibility, see your phone’s manual or visit the website. Phone After pairing your phone, you can access more phone-dependent features: Recent Call Lists. Contacts: Sort alphabetically and choose a specific letter to begin viewing your entries. Phone Settings: Pair another phone, and set ring tones and alerts. Text Messages. Note: Use the voice commands to make calls. Say, “Call James at home” or “Dial 555-1212”. You can use the touchscreen to place calls. Refer to the SYNC 3 chapter in your Owner’s Manual for complete details. Making a Phone Call Use SYNC 3 to make a phone call to anyone in your phone book through the touchscreen. Press Contacts and then select the name of the contact you want to call. To call using a number from your recent calls, press Recent Call List and then select an entry you want to call. To call a number that is not stored in your Contacts list, use the Keypad feature to dial the number manually. Press Call to initiate the call. Note: Typing the X button deletes the last typed digit. Whenever you have an incoming call, an audible tone sounds. Caller information also appears in the display, if the information is available. Press Accept on the touchscreen or the phone button on the steering wheel to answer an incoming call. Do nothing to ignore an incoming call, and SYNC 3 logs it as a missed call. Reject any incoming call by pressing Reject on the touchscreen. Do Not Disturb Mode Touch the Do Not Disturb button to send all calls directly to your voicemail. All ringtones and alerts are set to silent. 7

SYNC® 3 Ending the Call Press and hold the button. Text Messaging Note: Downloading and sending text messages using Bluetooth are phone-dependent features. Certain features in text messaging are speed dependent and not available when your vehicle is traveling at speeds over 3 mph (5 km/h). When a new message arrives, an audible tone sounds and the screen displays a pop-up with the caller name and ID, if supported by your phone. You can select: Hear It to have SYNC 3 read the message to you. View to see the message on the touchscreen. Call to call your contact. Close to exit the screen. You can reply to text messages with a preset message. See the SYNC 3 chapter in your Owner’s Manual for details. Navigation* Press the Navigation* icon to set your destination. Select one of two ways to find your destination: Destination mode lets you key in a specific address or use a variety of search methods to locate where you want to go. Map mode shows advanced viewing of 2D city maps, 3D landmarks and 3D city models, when available. Set a Destination Press Destination on your touchscreen and then press Search. Enter a street address, intersection, city or a Point Of Interest (POI). After you choose your destination, press Start. The system uses a variety of screens and visible prompts to guide you to your destination. During your route, you can press the maneuver arrow icon on the map if you want the system to repeat the previous route guidance instructions. The navigation map shows your estimated time of arrival, remaining travel time or the distance to your destination. Navigation Menu When you are on your route, you can change your touchscreen view. Touch Menu and then select Screen View to select from these options: Full Map. Highway Exit displays on the right side of the touchscreen. View POI icons (restaurants, ATMs, etc.) as they pertain to each exit. You can select a POI as a waypoint, if you wish. Turn List shows all of the available turns on your current route. Climate Touch the Climate icon on the touchscreen to access climate control features, including the temperature, airflow direction, fan speed and other climate features for you and your front passenger. Say, “Climate set temperature 72 degrees” and SYNC 3 makes the adjustment. You can also use the ▲ or ▼ buttons to change the temperature setting. Audio Press the Audio icon on the touchscreen and select Sources. Choose from AM, FM, SiriusXM*, CD, USB, Bluetooth Stereo or Apps. Set Your Radio Presets Tune to the station and then press and hold one of the preset buttons. The audio mutes briefly while the system saves the station and then the audio returns. Two preset banks are available for AM and three banks for FM. To access additional presets, tap the preset button. The indicator on the preset button shows which bank of presets you are currently viewing. Using SYNC 3 to Access Digital Media Play all of your favorite music from phones, flash drives and other devices. Plug your device into a USB port, select Sources and then choose USB. You can even create random playlists using the Shuffle function. Apps The system supports the use of certain types of apps through a USB or Bluetooth-enabled device. Each app gives you different on-screen options depending on the app’s content. To find new apps, use the voice command, “Find new apps”. For more information, refer to the SYNC 3 chapter in your Owner’s Manual for details. For support, visit the website or call the toll-free number. See the inside back cover of this guide for details. Smartphone Connectivity SYNC 3 allows you to use Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to access your phone over a USB connection. 2018 CONTINENTAL When you use Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, you can: Make calls. Send and receive messages. Listen to music. Use your phone’s voice assistant. For more information, refer to the SYNC 3 chapter in your Owner’s Manual for details.

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Lincoln Experiences As you approach or leave your vehicle, areas of your vehicle automatically Note: You must have your intelligent access key with you for these features Convenience Intelligent Access 2018 CONTINENTAL Power Windows: Global Opening and Closing adjust, including the following personalization features. Welcome Lighting As you approach your vehicle, select exterior lighting illuminates. You can switch this feature on and off in your information display. See the Information Displays chapter in your Owner’s Manual. Auto-folding Exterior Mirrors* Exterior mirrors automatically fold toward the glass when you place the transmission into park (P), switch off the ignition, exit and lock the driver door. Auto-folding mirrors unfold and return to their original positions automatically after you unlock your vehicle and then open and close the driver door. You can fold the mirrors on demand by pressing the power-folding mirror control on the door. The control illuminates and the mirrors fold in toward the glass. Press the control again to unfold the mirrors. The control light turns off. Interior Lighting Interior lighting and ambient lighting adjust as you enter your vehicle. When you start your vehicle, the information display and the touchscreen illuminate. Easy Entry and Exit Moves the driver seat rearward up to 2 inches (5 centimeters). Additionally, the power tilt and telescoping steering wheel moves to the full up position when the transmission is in park (P) and you switch off the keyless start ignition. The driver seat and steering column return to their previous positions when you push the keyless start ignition button. to work. Lincoln Connect Connect to your vehicle with the Lincoln Way app on your smartphone. The embedded modem in your vehicle works with the app and allows you to start, lock, unlock and locate your vehicle remotely. It also provides a Wi-Fi hotspot*. The app can connect you with other vehicle resources like a parking locator, roadside assistance, dealer locations and support. Note: Your intelligent access key must be within 3 feet (1 meter) of the vehicle for intelligent access to function properly. To unlock and open the driver door, gently depress the switch inside the exterior door handle to open the door. To lock all of the doors, touch and briefly hold the lock sensor area on the front doors. To open the power decklid, press the button above the license plate on the center of the decklid. Note: The key also contains a mechanical key blade that you can use to unlock the driver door, if necessary. See Unlocking the Driver Door with the Key Blade on page 13. You can use the remote control to operate the windows with the ignition off. After you unlock your vehicle, press and hold the key unlock button to open the windows. Release the button when movement starts. Press the key lock or unlock button to stop movement. To close, press and hold the key lock button. Release the button when movement starts. Press the lock or unlock button to stop movement. Autowipers* The autowiper system turns the wipers on only when moisture is present on the windshield. Use the rotary control to adjust the sensitivity of the autowipers. A low sensitivity means the wipers turn on when the system detects a large amount of moisture on the windshield. A high sensitivity means the wipers turn on when the rain sensor detects a small amount of moisture on the windshield. To switch this feature off, use the information display. To switch intermittent wipe back to autowipers, use the information display. Note: Make sure that you switch off this feature before entering a car wash.

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Convenience Head Up Display* Hands-free Decklid Operation* Advanced Electronic Door System Door Lock Switch Inhibitor 2018 CONTINENTAL This is a visual system that shows information in your field of view as you drive. The information comes from various vehicle systems and includes vehicle speed, speed limit, navigation, and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), such as Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and the lane keeping system. This system projects the information off the windshield and focuses the image near the end of the hood approximately 7 feet (2 meters) in front of the driver. Viewing this information does not require you to significantly move your head, allowing you to keep your eyes on the road while having quick and easy access to information. Power Decklid* Opening and Closing the Power Decklid The power decklid only operates when the transmission is in park (P). From Inside Your Vehicle Press the button on the instrument panel. With the Remote Control Press the button twice within three seconds. From Outside Your Vehicle Press the exterior release button. Your vehicle must be unlocked or have an intelligent access transmitter within 3 feet (1 meter) of the luggage compartment. Note: Allow the power system to open the decklid. Manually pushing or pulling the decklid may activate the system’s obstacle detection feature and stop the power operation or reverse its direction. Make sure you have your intelligent access key within 3 feet (1 meter) of the decklid. 1. Move your foot under and away from the rear bumper detection area in a single kick motion. Do not move your foot sideways or the sensors may not detect the motion. 2. The decklid opens or closes. Obstacle Detection* Opening: The system stops when it detects an obstacle and a tone sounds. Closing: The system stops when it detects an obstacle, and then a tone sounds and the system reverses to open. The decklid does not power open or close when: It detects an object in its opening or closing path. The ignition is on and the transmission is not in park (P). Note: Entering the vehicle while the decklid is closing could cause the vehicle to bounce and activate obstacle detection. Your vehicle has an intelligent, electronically controlled door system that is in constant communication with the overall vehicle systems. When you lock your vehicle using the lock switch on each door interior trim panel or using the keyless entry keypad or the lock sensor on each door exterior trim panel, all exterior door handle switches turn off. This helps to secure your vehicle and prevent unauthorized entry. The exterior door handle switches also turn off when your vehicle reaches a speed greater than 12 mph (20 km/h). A tone may sound indicating the exterior door handle switches are off and your vehicle is secure. If the airbags deploy or the fuel pump shutoff switch activates, all interior and exterior unlock switches turn off for six seconds. This helps to secure the doors in the event of a crash. After six seconds, all switches reset and you can open the doors using the interior and exterior unlock switches. See the Locking and Unlocking chapter of your Owner’s Manual for information about locking your vehicle with no power. Opening and Closing the Door To open, gently depress the switch inside the exterior door handle. To close, gently shut the door until it fully latches. The system automatically closes the door, making sure that it is fully secure. While your vehicle is in motion, the door will only release when you press the unlock button and then the unlatch button. Door Lock Indicator An LED on each front door window trim illuminates when you lock the doors. It remains on for two to five seconds after you switch the ignition off. When you electronically lock your vehicle, the door lock switches and the interior luggage compartment release switch do not operate after 20 seconds. You must unlock your vehicle with the remote control or keyless entry keypad, or switch the ignition on to restore function to these switches. You can switch this feature on or off in the information display. See the Locking and Unlocking chapter of your Owner’s Manual for information. Emergency Door Release If you are inside your vehicle and unable to use the electronic door system, you can open the driver door using the manual door release switch in the map pocket. Unlocking the Driver Door with the Key Blade If your vehicle has no power and the backup power system is disabled, you can manually unlock the driver door using a key in the position shown. 1. Remove the key blade from the transmitter. 2. Insert the key blade into the lock cylinder behind the Continental badge on the driver door. 3. Turn the key clockwise to unlock the driver door. All other doors will remain locked.

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Function Lincoln Drive Control Lincoln Drive Control delivers the Lincoln driving experience through a suite of sophisticated electronic vehicle systems. These systems continuously monitor your driving inputs and the road conditions to optimize ride comfort, steering, handling, powertrain response and sound. You can preset your preferences for these systems within the information display. You can configure which of the drive control modes are active when your vehicle is in drive (D) or in sport (S). The configuration remains active until modified from the main menu on the information display. These systems have a range of modes from which you can choose in order to customize your ideal driving experience: Comfort: Provides a more relaxed driving experience, maximizing comfort. Normal: Delivers a balanced combination of comfortable, controlled ride and confident handling. Sport: Provides a sportier driving experience. 360 Degree Camera* The 360 degree camera system consists of front, side and rear cameras. Allows you to see what is directly in front of or behind your vehicle. Provides cross traffic view in front of and behind your vehicle. Allows you to see a top-down view of the area outside your vehicle, including the blind spots. Provides visibility around your vehicle in parking maneuvers such as: • Centering in a parking space. • Obstacles near the vehicle. • Parallel parking. The front camera enable button is near the display screen and turns on the front camera when your vehicle is not in reverse (R). Lane Keeping System* The system notifies you to stay in your lane through the steering system and the display screen when the front camera detects an unintentional drift out of your lane is likely to occur. The system automatically detects and tracks the road lane markings using a camera mounted behind the interior rear view mirror. A forward-facing camera in the rear view mirror reads lane markings. If the vehicle drifts out of its lane without the driver using a direction indicator, the system can provide one or both of the following: Alert: Sends vibration pulses to the steering wheel. Aid: Provides steering torque to help direct the driver to steer the vehicle back into its lane. To switch this system on or off, use the control on the end of the steering wheel stalk. BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) and Cross Traffic Alert* BLIS uses radar sensors to help you determine if a vehicle may be in your blind spot zone. The cross traffic alert feature warns you of vehicles approaching from the sides when the transmission is in reverse (R). BLIS and cross traffic alert display an indicator light in your exterior mirrors and the cross traffic alert also sounds tones and displays messages to warn you from which direction vehicles are approaching. Refer to the Driving Aids chapter in your Owner’s Manual for more information. Note: Visibility aids do not replace the need to watch where the vehicle is moving. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for safety information, more details and system limitations. Push Button Shift Transmission Your vehicle includes an electronic transmission. The shift controls are on the center stack next to the touchscreen. Putting Your Vehicle in Gear 1. Fully press down the brake pedal. 2. Press and release one of the PRNDS buttons to select your gear. 3. The selected button illuminates and the information display shows the selected gear. 4. Release the brake pedal and your transmission remains in the selected gear. Note: When entering an automatic car wash, always put your vehicle in Stay in Neutral mode. To put your vehicle in Stay in Neutral mode, make sure your vehicle is stationary first and then: 1. Press the neutral (N) button on the shifter assembly once. The information display screen reads “Press N Again to Enter Stay in Neutral mode”. 2. Press the neutral (N) button again to enter Stay in Neutral mode. The message “Stay in Neutral mode engaged” appears in the information display and the neutral (N) control flashes continuously to confirm your selection. To exit Stay in Neutral mode, select another gear. Front Parking Aid When your vehicle approaches an object, a warning tone sounds. When your vehicle moves closer to an object, the warning tone repeat rate increases. The warning tone sounds continuously when an object is 12 inches (30 centimeters) or less from the front bumper. 2018 CONTINENTAL The coverage area is up to 28 inches (70 centimeters) from the front bumper. The coverage area decreases at the outer corners. Auto Hold Auto Hold can assist you while stopping at traffic lights or while in traffic jams by holding the brakes when you stop the vehicle. Press the AUTO HOLD button to switch the system on. The AUTO HOLD button lights. When the system is on and actively holding the vehicle, AUTO HOLD displays in the instrument cluster. When you press the accelerator pedal, Auto Hold automatically releases the brakes. In some situations, Auto Hold may apply the electric parking brake and illuminate the brake warning lamp in the instrument cluster. Auto Hold turns off when you power down your vehicle, or you can switch the feature off manually by pressing the AUTO HOLD button. Switch Auto Hold off if you are towing a trailer or having the vehicle towed.

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Function (continued) Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection* If your vehicle is rapidly approaching another stationary vehicle, a vehicle traveling in the same direction as yours, or a pedestrian within your driving path, the system is designed to provide three levels of functionality: Alert: When activated, a red warning light flashes, an audible warning chime sounds and a warning message shows in the information display. Brake Support: The brake support system assists the driver in reducing the collision speed by lightly applying the brakes. If the risk of collision further increases after the warning light illuminates, the brake support prepares the brake system for rapid braking. The system does not automatically activate the brakes, but if you press the brake pedal, the system may apply full force, even if the brake pedal is lightly pressed. Active Braking: Active braking may activate if the system determines that a collision is imminent. The system may help the driver reduce impact damage or avoid the crash completely. See the Driving Aids chapter in your Owner’s Manual for safety information, more details and limitations. Brake Assist Brake assist detects when you brake rapidly by measuring the rate at which you press the brake pedal. It provides maximum braking efficiency as long as you press the pedal and can reduce stopping distances in critical situations. Active Park Assist* Parallel Parking, Perpendicular Parking and Parallel Park Out Assist The system detects an available parallel or perpendicular parking space and automatically steers your vehicle into the space (hands-free) while you control the accelerator, gearshift and brakes. The system visually and audibly guides you to park your vehicle. If you are uncomfortable with the proximity to any vehicle or object, you may choose to override the system. Parallel park out assist automatically steers your vehicle out of a parallel parking space (hands-free) while you control the accelerator, gearshift and brakes. The system visually and audibly guides you to enter traffic. See the Parking Aids chapter in your Owner’s Manual for safety information, more details and limitations. Driver Alert The system automatically monitors your driving behavior using various inputs including the front camera sensor. If the system detects that reduced driver alertness is below a certain threshold, the system alerts you using a tone and a message in the information display. The warning system is in two stages. At first, the system issues a temporary warning that you need to take a rest. This message will only appear for a short time. If the system detects further reduced driver alertness, the system issues another warning that remains in the information display for a longer time. Press OK on the steering wheel to clear the warning. You may switch the system on or off through the information display. All-Wheel Drive* All-Wheel Drive (AWD) uses all four wheels to power the vehicle. This increases traction, enabling you to drive over terrain and road conditions that a conventional two-wheel drive vehicle cannot. The AWD system is active all the time and requires no input from the operator. Dynamic Torque Vectoring* This feature uses all four wheels to power the vehicle and independently controls the torque to each rear wheel. This increases traction and handling performance. The system is active all the time and requires no input from the operator. Operating AWD Vehicles With Spare or Mismatched Tires A spare tire of a different size other than the tire provided should never be used. The AWD system may disable automatically and enter front-wheel drive only mode to protect driveline components if a non-full sized tire is installed. Adaptive Steering* The adaptive steering system continually changes the steering ratio with changes to vehicle speed, optimizing the steering response in all conditions. Child Safety Locks When these locks are set, you cannot open the rear doors from the inside. The child-proof lock switch is on the driver door. Press the control to lock or unlock the rear doors. It illuminates when you lock the rear doors. When you switch the locks off or on, a message appears in the information display showing the system status. The child lock setting remains on when you switch the ignition off. 2018 CONTINENTAL Rear Inflatable Seatbelt* The rear inflatable seatbelts are in the shoulder portion of the seatbelts of the second-row outboard seating positions. The rear inflatable seatbelts function like standard restraints in everyday usage. During a crash of sufficient force, the inflatable belt inflates from inside the webbing. This holds the occupant in place more effectively, reduces pressure on the chest and controls head and neck motion.

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Automatic Climate Control Settings The remote start feature allows you to pre-condition your vehicle’s interior. When you set the climate control system to AUTO, it automatically adjusts the cabin temperature during a remote start if the remote start climate control settings are set to AUTO in the information display. In hot weather, the air conditioning automatically turns on. In cold weather, the heat automatically turns on. See the Climate Control chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more details. Heated and Ventilated* Front Seats To use, press the heated or the ventilated seat symbol on the touchscreen to cycle through the various settings and off. More lights indicate warmer or cooler settings. The heated or ventilated seats function only when the engine is running. Remote Start Remote start allows you to start the engine from outside your vehicle using your key. To start, press and then press twice within three seconds. When inside, you must press the push-button ignition switch on the instrument panel once while applying the brake pedal before driving your vehicle. To switch the engine off from outside the vehicle after using your remote start, press once. An LED on the key provides status feedback of remote start or stop commands: Solid green: The remote start or extension was successful. Solid red: The remote stop was successful and the engine is off. Moonroof* To open the moonroof, press the button. To close, press the button. To vent the moonroof, press the button. The sunscreen automatically opens with the moonroof, but if the moonroof is closed, you can open the sunscreen by pressing the button. To close it, press the button. Sunshade* A control for the power rear sunshade is on the overhead console and rear-seat armrest*. Press and release the control to open and close the sunshade. To stop motion and return the shade to its previous position, press the control a second time. The shade automatically retracts when you shift the transmission into reverse (R). Rear Passenger Climate Controls* The rear climate controls allow rear passengers to adjust the temperature, fan speed and air distribution for the rear seating area. You can select the rear control lock to restrict the control of the rear settings to the front control. Rear Heated Seats* For rear heated seats, press the button. Press the button to cycle through the various heat settings and off. More lights indicate warmer settings. Note: You must switch the engine on to use this feature. Rear Passenger Audio Controls* The rear audio controls allow rear passengers to change the media source and adjust the volume. You can also seek, fast forward, or reverse when in CD or USB mode. The armrest compartment can also have an auxiliary power point or two USB ports and an AC power point. Refer to the Audio System chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more information. Power Rear Head Restraints* If you need more visibility out of the rear window, press the button on the overhead console to fold the rear outboard head restraints down. Automatic High Beam Control* The system automatically turns on the high beams if it is dark enough and no other traffic is present. When it detects the headlights of an approaching vehicle, the rear lamps of the preceding vehicle or street lighting, the system turns off the high beams before they distract other drivers. The low beams remain on. You can turn this system on and off by using the information display and switching the lighting control to the autolamps position. See the Information Displays chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more information. Headlamp Exit Delay After you switch the ignition off, you can switch the headlamps on by pulling the direction indicator lever toward you. You will hear a short tone. The headlamps will switch off automatically after three minutes with any door open or 30 seconds after the last door you close. You can cancel this feature by pulling the direction indicator toward you again or switching the ignition on. Rear Power Recline* Use the control on the passenger-side rear door to recline the outboard rear seatbacks.

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Power Front Seats* You can adjust your seat in a variety of ways to help find the best fit for you. The seat controls are on the door. Using these controls, you can adjust seat height, recline, lumbar support, the length of the seat cushion, the upper seatback* and the head restraint.* See the Power Seats chapter in your Owner’s Manual for more information. Multi-Contour Front Seats with Active Motion* Using the buttons or the SYNC 3 menu, you can switch on the massage system. You can control the intensity and the massage features. Rear Power Lumbar* You can use the controls on the rear doors to activate the seatback and cushion massage function. See the Rear Seats chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more information. Power Front Head Restraint* You can use the four-way controls on the door panel to adjust the height and angle of the front head restraints. Rear Window Buffeting When just one of the windows is open, you may hear a pulsing noise. Lower the opposite window until the noise subsides. Auto-Dimming Mirror The mirror dims automatically to reduce glare when the system detects bright lights from behind your vehicle. It automatically returns to normal reflection when you select reverse (R) to make sure you have a clear view when backing up. Auto-Dimming Feature The driver exterior mirror automatically dims when the interior auto-dimming mirror turns on. Chauffeur Switch* Use the control on the rear passenger door to move the front passenger seat. Refueling When fueling your vehicle: 1. Put your vehicle in park (P) and switch the ignition off. 2. Open the fuel filler door. Slowly insert the fuel filler nozzle into the fuel system up to the first notch on the nozzle. While you are pumping your fuel, leave the nozzle fully inserted. 3. Wait at least 10 seconds before removing the fuel pump nozzle to allow any residual fuel to drain into the fuel tank. Note: When using a portable fuel container, do not use aftermarket funnels as they do not work with the fuel system and may cause damage. Instead, use the plastic funnel included with your vehicle. The fuel funnel is in the rear of the vehicle, in the spare wheel storage tray. Properly clean the funnel after each use or dispose of it properly. Towing Your Vehicle Towing your vehicle behind an RV or any other vehicle may be limited. Refer to the Towing the Vehicle on Four Wheels section in the Towing chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more information. Fuel Tank Capacity/Fuel Info Your vehicle has an 18.0 gallon (68.1 liter) fuel tank. We recommend regular unleaded gasoline with a minimum pump (R+M)/2 octane rating of 87. To provide improved performance, we recommend premium fuel for severe duty usage such as trailer towing. Do not use ethanol (E85), diesel, fuel-methanol, leaded fuel or any other fuel because it could damage or impair the emission control system. Tire Pressure Monitoring System Your vehicle has a tire pressure monitoring system that lights a low tire pressure warning light in your instrument cluster when one or more of your tires are under-inflated. If this happens, stop and check your tires as soon as possible. Inflate them to the proper pressure. Refer to the Wheels and Tires chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more information.

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Essential Features Commonly Used Voice Commands Press the button on your steering wheel and then say: 2018 CONTINENTAL

Location of Spare Tire and Tools Your spare tire and tools are beneath the carpeted load fl oor in the rear of your vehicle. The spare tire is for emergency use only and should be replaced as soon as possible. For complete details on changing your tire, refer to the Changing a Road Wheel section in the Wheels and Tires chapter of your Owner’s Manual. A spare tire of a diff erent size other than the tire provided should never be used. For complete details on using the spare tire with the All-Wheel Drive system, refer to the Operating AWD Vehicles with Spare or Mismatched Tires section in the All-Wheel Drive chapter of your Owner’s Manual. Electric Parking Brake The electric parking brake switch replaces the conventional hand brake, and is in the instrument panel. To use it, pull the electric parking brake switch. The brake system warning lamp flashes for 2 seconds, and then stays lit to confirm that you applied the electric parking brake. You can release the electric parking brake manually by switching the ignition on, pressing the brake pedal, and then pressing the electric parking brake switch down. The brake system warning lamp turns off. Refer to the Brakes chapter of your Owner’s Manual for more details. SecuriCode™ Keyless Entry Keypad Lock or unlock the doors without using a key. You can operate the keypad with In addition to the factory-set code, you can also create up to five of your own 5-digit personal entry codes. To lock all of the doors and decklid, press and hold 7•8 and 9•0 at the same time with the driver door closed. For complete information, refer to the Locks chapter of your Owner’s Manual. SelectShift® Automatic Transmission The transmission gives you the ability to change gears manually, if you like. To use SelectShift, press drive (D) then pull the (+) paddle on the steering wheel. Use the paddle shifters to select gears manually. Pull (+) to upshift; pull (–) to downshift. MyKey™ MyKey allows you to program driving restrictions in order to promote good driving habits such as speed restrictions and limited volume levels. For complete information, refer to the MyKey chapter in your Owner’s Manual. Basic Commands Main menu Go back Cancel List of commands Next page Previous page Help Climate Climate set temperature <# of degrees> Climate help Phone Phone list of commands Pair phone Call <name> on cell/ at home/at work Dial <phone number> Listen to messages (phone-dependent feature) Apps List mobile apps Find new apps Audio AM <530-1710> FM <87.9-107.9> Bluetooth audio USB Sirius <0-233>* <Sirius channel name>* Navigation* Navigation list of commands Destination <home/previous destination> Find <POI/an address/intersection> Show route Where am I? SiriusXM Traffi c and Travel Link* list of commands • Show <traffi c/weather map/ 5-day forecast/fuel prices> • Help

the factory-set, 5-digit entry code. This code is on the owner’s wallet card in the glove box. 22 Some services may not be available in your area. For additional support, refer to the SYNC 3 chapter of your Owner’s Manual, visit the website or call the toll-free number. For U.S. clients: Visit or call 1-800-521-4140 (select Option 1 or 2 for language, then press 3). For Canadian clients: Visit or call 1-800-387-9333 (select Option 1 or 2 for language, then press 3). *if equipped *if equipped 23







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