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Lincoln Navigator
Lincoln Navigator
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$56,165 - $61,230
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Car Type: Luxury sport-utility vehicles
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Lincoln Navigator Overview

The Navigator is based on the Ford Expedition and also offers a longer version with increased cargo space behind the third-row seat. The latter is about 15 inches longer than the standard version. A 310-hp, 5.4-liter V8 and six-speed automatic transmission are standard, and fuel economy is a wallet-draining 13 mpg overall. The ride is compliant and controlled, and handling is a bit lumbering but ultimately secure. The power-operated third row folds flat into the floor and is as comfortable as the second row, and the power-retractable running boards are a nice touch. A rear-view camera is standard. The 2015 model will come standard with the V6 EcoBoost engine now in the MKT, and more advanced technology.

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