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2001 Lincoln Navigator
|The ride is very smooth for a large suv||Usefulness of rear cup holders certainly not a factor in my purchase|
|Handling / stability in adverse conditions: new england driving||Difficulty for children & teens to exit 3rd row|
|Power , trailer towing capacity , no defects||Navigation /radio /all technology - horrible|
|The seats are very comfortable on long trips||Tailgate very high for our dogs to get into.|
|Styling is impressive, it looks like a strong vehicle||Need more power for rapid acceleration from a stop.|
|Running boards that retract - prevents them getting ice covered||Navigation system - passenger should be able to use while car is moving|
|The automatic fold 3rd row||Interior is dated & technology needs to advance|
|Handling/ stability on curves of winding roads||Difficult to see past 2nd row seat when backing|
|The ride & handling can't be beat||Doesn't have power fold down middle seats|
|Easy cleaning. exterior / color & trim very rich looking||Do not like the automatic running boards; would prefer stationary ones.|
The 2001 Navigator is a 4-door, up to 8-passenger luxury sport-utility, available in two trims, the 4X2 and the 4X4. The 2001 Navigator's closest competitors include the BMW X5, the GMC Yukon Denali, and the GMC Yukon XL Denali.
Upon introduction, the 4X2 is equipped with a standard 5.4-liter, V8, 300-horsepower engine that achieves 12-mpg in the city and 17-mpg on the highway. The 4X4 is equipped with a standard 5.4-liter, V8, 300-horsepower engine that achieves 12-mpg in the city and 16-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims.
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