Lincoln Navigator Overview
The freshened-for-2015 Navigator uses a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 in place of the old V8. This more luxurious version of the Ford Expedition is neither as quiet nor as plush as its luxury SUV competitors. The V6 delivers smoother, more effortless power delivery than the V8. In our testing it returned 15 mpg with the standard six-speed automatic transmission. Handling is ungainly, but secure. The Navigator rides comfortably, but wind noise is excessive. The interior is dated looking and the MyLincoln Touch infotainment system takes some getting used to. Both regular- and long-wheelbase Navigator versions are available. The motorized running boards help access to the tall cabin.
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