2014 Lincoln Navigator

Up to 13 MPG city / 18 MPG hwy
$56,165 - $61,230

2014 Lincoln Navigator

2014 Lincoln Navigator

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Look no further than the fact the Navigator hasn't become the Lincoln MKWhatever to see it is a dinosaur among the rest of the group. The Navigator may remain the only Lincoln with a name for some time; that name is synonymous with the introduction of the American luxury SUV segment which the Navigator had 40% stake in back in 2001. First introduced at the Chicago Auto Show in 2006, the current Navigator rides atop the Ford T1 platform shared with the Expedition and is powered by the same 5.4-liter V8 making 310 horsepower and 365 lb-ft of torque with a combined 16 MPG on 4X2 models. While the old brute is not aging so gracefully in post-recession, gas-price-hike times, its body-on-frame design is becoming more and more unique amongst the rapidly expanding crossover market. Lincoln has done well to add features like heated and cooled seats and voice-controlled integration for smart phone apps like Pandora, but so has the competition, and then some. The exterior aesthetics are holding up for now, but the same cannot be said for the materials and manufacturing processes used on the interior. The Navigator can keep its name, but it's time to change everything else. See more... See Less

4 Available Trims
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  • 310

    HP

    14city

    20hwy

    $

    56,165

    MSRP

  • 310

    HP

    14city

    20hwy

    $

    58,330

    MSRP

  • 310

    HP

    13city

    18hwy

    $

    59,065

    MSRP

  • 310

    HP

    13city

    18hwy

    $

    61,230

    MSRP

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
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.