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2011 Lincoln Navigator
2011 Lincoln Navigator - Styles
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MSRP: From $57155 to $60055
Invoice: From $52649 to $55259
Fuel EconomyFuel Economy
(14 City / 20 Hwy mpg)
Overall: 7.6 Performance: 7.5
Exterior: 7.3 Interior: 8.3
Safety: N/A Reliability: N/A

2 Style(s) available for 2011 Lincoln Navigator.

2011 Lincoln Navigator Drive Type Base Engine Type EPA Mileage Estimates(mpg) MSRP
Base 4dr 4x2 rear-wheel  V-8  14 City / 20 Hwy  $57155 
Base 4dr 4x4 four-wheel  V-8  13 City / 18 Hwy  $60055 

2011 Lincoln Navigator Overview.

Lincoln hardly ever fails to make an impression on the test drivers and reviewers alike with stunning exterior and interior features. The 2011 Lincoln Navigator offers the buyers comfortable seats in all three rows, handy cargo room and a long list of technologically advanced features which are standard, but an underpowered engine leaves all a bit disappointed. Smooth and quiet, the Navigator benefits from a completely independent rear suspension and technology aimed at reducing noise and vibration.

The Navigator provides an interior that’s spacious and luxurious, though a few reviews criticize about a few poor parts. The Navigator offers genuine space for eight passengers, the towing and load potential of a truck along with the comfort and expediency of an expensive vehicle. Plenty of standard features like Ford’s SYNC infotainment system and a navigation unit paired with a cut-rate which gives the Navigator a good value in its class.  In addition, when it comes to reasonableness, the Navigator trumps much of the competition: its third row can seat grown ups also folds into the floor, making it easy to expand the cargo space.

In the full-size luxury SUV segment, the Navigator is up against a number of tough competitors. If you don’t want to pay for reputation or power clear of what the Navigator offers, the Lincoln isn’t a bad choice but offerings from Infiniti, Mercedes, Lexus and Cadillac are just better. If you are look for just a comfortable, large SUV and can do without the bling, check out the Ford Expedition, the Navigator's less pretentious relative. It’s just as accomplished and comfortable, but offers more general surroundings and at a lower price. Go for for the Expedition, and you're looking at a savings of around $19,000 flat. 

For motorists who just can’t do without a luxury brand name, the Cadillac Escalade is the nest opponent to the Navigator. As stated by several reviewers that removing its third row seat for additional cargo room is frustrating, but it does have better acceleration than the Navigator, also has longer warranties and a more luxurious interior.

Reliability

The Navigator is associated with a four-year or 50,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty. In addition Lincoln also supports the Navigator with a six-year or 70,000-mile powertrain warranty.

The warranty period starts either on the date of first retail sale, or the date the vehicle is first placed in service as an instructor, service loaner or company vehicle, whichever is earlier. Plus from that moment on, your Lincoln Navigator is looked after during the coverage period, not considering of whether you're the first owner or a subsequent owner.

Overall Impression

The 2011 Lincoln Navigator hits the principal marks for a full-size sport-utility vehicle. It’s relatively smooth, quiet and huge both inside and out. It comes equipped with lots of safety features and nearly all the luxury appliances.

The Navigator's tow rating is among the highest in the class, and it runs on regular gasoline where nearly all others require premium. The base price is lower than most of its competitors, before dealer incentives, but its sister vehicle, the Ford Expedition, can be equipped with almost as much luxury at a lower price. Some will find Navigator ordinary. Those who transport many passengers and stuff, and those who tow heavy loads on a regular basis, should find it valuable.

2011 Lincoln Navigator Pros:

  • Adult-friendly third row
  • Easy-to-access cargo space
  • Long list of standard features

2011 Lincoln Navigator Cons:

  • Poor gas mileage
  • Underpowered compared to competitors

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