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My 2015 MKC has the most comfortable seats.
does the Corsair have the same seats or are they different?
Did anything change on the Corsair?
 

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I know they have the Lincoln 27 way ( or whatever number it is now) power adjustments. I don't know if it is standard or optional though
 

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I drove a Corsair before I bought my 2019 Mark C - can't comment on the seats, they seemed fine for a 20 minute test drive. The exterior is lovely but I didn't like the dash layout or ergonomics. The interior color choices are great, some amazing 2 tone combos are available. Personally I felt the controls had a glitzy, 60's retro look which I didn't care for. Too much bright chrome and piano black finishes everywhere. And some design details were downright annoying - the 'piano key' shifter reminded me of a 50's jukebox in a diner. There are 5 different drive modes to choose from - too many and need to be selected from a console thumbwheel while reading a dash display. I like the simple Drive and Sport buttons in the Mark C. The seat controls are on the door now, all except the lumbar control which is buried in the touchscreen menus !
No more standard 'ding ding' warning chimes, which catch my ear easily, instead we get a selection of different 'plink plank plunks' from the Detroit Symphony and you will have to learn what each type means - they sounded too much like music and not enough like warnings. The voice activation button is now at the 10 o'clock position on the steering wheel (!) - I always hit it when turning corners. And the 2 steering wheel D-pads on the Mark C have been replaced by wiggly little joysticks which are too easily pushed when steering as well. And I didn't see an Auto Start/Stop button either - I think it's buried as a menu item now. In my opinion Lincoln got a little too wrapped up in awkward and gimmicky ways to control settings and warning sounds with this new Corsair.
 

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My MKC has been in the shop a lot for a battery drain issue and I have able to use a Corsair loaner so I know it quite well now. I have used two; one with the standard seats and one with the upgraded massage seats. The massage feature is nice but those seats at too narrow at the back of the seat cushing. I don't have a wide butt and my arse in cutting into the side bolsters at the back. The MKC seats are better than both versions of the Corsair in my opinion. The optional Corsair seats have a ton of adjustment options but nothing that will fix the width of the seat cushion. I will make a post comparing the MKC and Corsair.
 
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