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Don’t Call it a Comeback: 2018 Lincoln Navigator Test Drive

The 1990s were the Wild West for SUVs, and the Lincoln Navigator (introduced for the 1998 model year) represented the gold rush leading a charge of automakers to create bigger, more profitable luxury crossovers and SUVs. In the 20 years since, the Navigator has taken a back seat while rivals like the Range Rover and Cadillac Escalade have become the unofficial vehicles of celebrities and housewives, but the all-new 2018 Lincoln Navigator is primed to put this SUV – and Lincoln – back on the luxury map. That includes being…

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2016 NYIAS: Lincoln Navigator Concept Surprises New York City

At a glance: The new Lincoln Navigator Concept hints at the next-generation of the popular large luxury SUV. Highlights include a leather-wrapped interior with six 30 way adjustable seats, a custom wardrobe management system, and gullwing doors. Power comes from the brand’s new 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6.   One of the biggest debuts at the 2016 New York Auto Show was the new Lincoln Navigator Concept, which hints at what the brand has planned for the next-generation model that is rumored to enter production sometime next year. “The all-new Navigator Concept reinforces…

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Large SUVs that can fit your family and cargo

One of the biggest compromises when it comes to shopping in the SUV segment is the space for your family along with room for your cargo. Many SUVs out there, especially compact and mid-sized, tend to sacrifice seating for more cargo or vice versa. However, there are some solutions out there for families that are looking for an SUV that offers both, seating for up to or more than 7 passengers and plenty of cargo space for those trips to the airport or grocery shopping at Costco. With that in mind,…

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Official: Lincoln prices the 2015 Navigator, starting at $62,475

The not-so-new 2015 Lincoln Navigator was recently priced to start at $62,475, which is a $6,310 increase over the outgoing model. This base price does not include four-wheel drive and all the gizmos either as those wanting four-wheel drive will have to dolly up an extra $3,575. Those wanting a top of the line “Reserve” model will have to make sure that an extra $7,500 is available. Fully loaded, the 2015 Lincoln Navigator comes with the automaker’s latest Lincoln Drive Control continuously adaptive suspension setup, power retractable running boards, Ziricote…

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