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The redesigned Navigator differentiates itself from its Ford Expedition sibling by piling on the luxury touches on this almost $90,000 behemoth. This hulking SUV can accommodate up to eight people, although it’s so large it’s probably overkill for most buyers -- unless they need to tow upwards of four tons.
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Lincoln Navigator Road Test

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We’d get the second-tier Select trim and add the Technology package, which brings with it forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking. Those two important advanced safety features are not available on the base trim at all. At least blind-spot warning is standard on all trims. The Res...
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4-door SUV Select V6-cyl 10-speed Automatic
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