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Altair Club Cars 2008 Lincoln Navigator Review – Kelley Blue Book

2008 Lincoln Navigator Review – Kelley Blue Book


With gas prices rising and the roads getting more crowded some may wonder if large luxury suv still have a place on the highways but for towing carrying serious amounts of cargo or ferrying numerous passengers few vehicles do the job as comfortably as the full-sized lincoln navigator hi and welcome to our comprehensive kelley blue book review of the lincoln navigator

Although the navigator was the first american luxury suv to market its key competitor the cadillac escalade has gained more prominence among the hip young and affluent now in its third generation the navigator is fighting back with new features bolder styling and more refinement than ever before you’ll like the lincoln navigator if you want a big capable suv with

A civilized interior and the right of a luxury sedan you may not like the navigator if you don’t need its heavy hauling or towing abilities there are many smaller luxury oriented suvs that might be handier to drive for vehicle of its size the lincoln navigator offers a comfortable and surprisingly agile driving experience largely due to its fully independent front

And rear suspension in addition to superior handling the independent rear suspension enabled the lowering of the rear cargo area allowing the third row seats to fold completely flat and eager v8 provides good acceleration but falls short of the performance found in the more powerful cadillac escalade in narrow confines the navigator proves more manageable than you

Would guess thanks to a tight turning circle and standard rear parking sensors one of our favorite features is the optional power running boards stealthily integrated into the rocker panels the helpful steps deploy whenever a door is opened easing entrance into the tall navigator also high on our list of favorite features are the power fold 3rd row seats with the

Push of a button the 60/40 split third row seats power down creating a completely flat load floor subtlety takes a backseat when it comes to the exterior of the navigator up front sits an in-your-face cross hatch grille that recalls the lincoln’s of the 60s in back the big motif continues with oversized wraparound tail lamps flashy chrome trim lines the roof rails

Belt line and lower door area those who need an even stronger visual impact can select a chrome hood accent option and 20 inch chrome wheels that replace the standard 18 inch aluminum wheels the lincoln navigator is offered in two lengths the extended length navigator l adds more than a foot to the regular length navigator and offers 25 cubic feet more cargo

Space inside the navigator retro chic reign supreme the instrument bezels have an old-school look inspired by rectangular eyewear from the 50s a theme also echoed in the dash design the leather lined cabin features chrome accents a prominently placed analog clock and genuine wood trim seating for up to eight passengers and easy to flip and fold 2nd row seats make

The navigator and ideal people hauler the third row seats are roomy enough for adults and feature a power fold option cargo space is good behind the third row seats too and it becomes downright cavernous with the second and third rows folded on the lincoln navigators list of standard equipment are hid headlamps 10-way power memory front seats dual zone automatic

Climate control with rear controls power adjustable pedals and power rear quarter windows adding to the safety of the navigator are reverse parking sensors six airbags anti-lock brakes and stability control with anti rollover technology optional equipment for the base navigator trim is limited to a rear seat dvd entertainment system second row bench seat and power

Moonroof stepping up to the top level navigator ultimate trim adds heated and cooled front seats power folding third row seats and a power liftgate other options include voice-activated dvd navigation a thx certified premium audio system power deployed running boards load leveling rear suspension and a class 4 towing package power for the lincoln navigator comes

From a 5.4 liter v8 rated at 300 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque shifting is handled by a six-speed automatic transmission the optional four-wheel drive system features a two-speed transfer case with optional shift on the fly capability when shifting into low range the electronic throttle control switches to a special off-road setting for improved driver

Control in slippery conditions fuel economy for the rear wheel drive lincoln avenue is 13 miles per gallon in the city and 18 on the highway pricing starts under $47,000 for the standard length lincoln navigator and under $50,000 for the extended length l model both versions are nearly $9,000 less than their competitors from cadillac the escalade and the extended

Length escalade esv to find out what consumers are paying right now for the lincoln navigator we suggest you check the new car blue book value page the navigators price advantage over the escalade is somewhat offset by its lower expected residual values in both regular and extended length trims the cadillac model is expected to outpace resale values for the lincoln

Navigator and that’s our comprehensive kelley blue book review of the lincoln navigator

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