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2018 Lincoln Navigator Reserve

2018 Lincoln Navigator Reserve in Burgundy Velvet (a $225 option)

2015 Audi Q52018 Lincoln Navigator 4×4 Reserve

Class: Premium Large SUV

Miles driven: 304

Fuel used: 19.3 gallons

2018 Lincoln Navigator

2018 Lincoln Navigator

New York Auto ShowLincoln unveiled the latest generation of its full-size luxury SUV at the 2017 New York Auto Show. The all-new 2018 Navigator brings a long list of new luxury and convenience features, and is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 that puts out an estimated 450 horsepower with the aid of a 10-speed automatic transmission. 

Lincoln Navigator Concept

Lincoln Navigator Concept

2016 new York Auto ShowLincoln unveiled a Navigator Concept at the 2016 New York Auto Show that forecasts what’s to come for the forthcoming redesigned production Navigator. The new look of the Concept matches the design motif of the recently unveiled 2017 Lincoln Continental and 2017 MKZ.

Steve and Johnnie test drive

2015 Lincoln Navigator

Chicago radio legends Steve and Johnnie take the 2015 Lincoln Navigator for a video test drive. What did they think of their test vehicle? Watch and find out.

2015 Lincoln Navigator

Consumer Guide test 2015 Lincoln Navigator arrived in extra-cost Ruby Red Metallic paint and with the feature-laden Rapid Spec 101 A package. Including destination, our test car listed for $73,395.

Consumer Guide Test Drive2015 Lincoln Navigator 4WD

Dates tested: 11/13/2014-11/20/2014

Miles Driven: 174

Fuel Used: 13.2 gallons

Driving mix: 60% city, 40% highway

2015 Lincoln Navigator

Navigator adopts Lincoln’s corporate “split wing” grille for its 2015 redesign along with a new EcoBoost V6 engine that provides more power and better fuel economy than the outgoing V8.

Consumer Guide First Spin

Much like its Ford Expedition sibling, the Lincoln Navigator receives a thorough freshening for 2015 that includes revised styling – both inside and out – and a new engine. It also adds a new top-line trim level called the Reserve along with some newly available features. Carried over are short- and long-wheelbase versions offered with either rear- or 4-wheel drive. A third seating row is available in both lengths to accommodate up to eight passengers.

Lincoln Navigator Redesign, Elaine Bannon

The updated Lincoln Navigator goes on sale early this fall.

Consumer Guide sat down recently with Lincoln Navigator chief engineer Elaine Bannon. Preparing for fortified competition from an all-new Cadillac Escalade due to arrive this summer, Ford has updated its entry in the premium large SUV category for 2015. Here are the highlights of that conversation.


The 2015 Navigator features new styling and a new power source. Improved fuel economy is expected.

Lincoln today revealed the redesigned 2015 Navigator. Presented here is the unedited press release that accompanied news of the new luxury SUV.

The Lincoln Motor Company introduces the new 2015 Navigator, offering a fresh interpretation of a classic vehicle that has long defined the full-size luxury sport utility segment.

2020 Lincoln Corsair

2020 Lincoln Corsair Reserve in Burgundy Velvet (a $695 option)

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The past three model years have been especially momentous ones for Lincoln’s SUV lineup. For 2018, the full-size Navigator underwent a dramatic (and successful) redesign. For 2019, the two-row midsize MKX got a thorough revamp and a name change to become the Nautilus. For 2020, Lincoln has just issued a one-two punch in the form of an all-new Aviator three-row midsize SUV and Corsair compact SUV, which take the place of the MKT and MKC in Lincoln’s model roster. That’s essentially a complete product-line changeover, and it also represents a marketing-strategy shift, as Lincoln has dropped its alphabetic (and not particularly well-received) “MK” naming convention. The Corsair is the last piece of this puzzle, and it’s arriving at Lincoln dealers now.

2020 Lincoln Aviator

2020 Lincoln Aviator Reserve

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Seems that Lincoln – once synonymous with luxury cars – is putting lots more focus on its luxury crossovers.

Lincoln has been completely redesigning its slate of SUVs of late, starting with the all-new full-size Navigator for 2018, followed by an update of the midsize MKX that was renamed Nautilus for 2019. Next came the midsize, 3-row Aviator – the subject of this report – which just went on sale as a 2020 model, soon to be joined by the new 2020 Corsair (based on the redesigned 2020 Ford Escape), which is the replacement for the compact MKC.

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