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2011 Lincoln Navigator
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 [...]

2011 Lincoln MKX
The Lincoln MKX made its first appearance four years ago. The Lincoln MKX’s low price tag, luxurious features and fine fuel economy continue to make it one of the finest values in its class. The 2011 Lincoln MKX brings the vehicle into a new generation as it gets even better with advanced quality materials and improved styling. It is a reasonably priced midsized SUV that can seat five grown-ups. The 2011 Lincoln MKX gets a refresh that adds up to one of the most technologically advanced SUVs on the market. It gets a new look, improved interior materials and a [...]

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linkoln-mkx This crossover SUV seats 5 and shares its basic design with the Ford Edge. It features customary V-6 power and is on hand with either front- or all-wheel drive. For 2010, the MKX is more fuel-efficient, and a new special edition debuts. Front- and all-wheel-drive versions of the MKX see gains in their EPA-estimated gas mileage for 2010. Front-wheel-drive models are now rated at 18/25 mpg city/highway — a 1-mpg improvement in both figures — and the all-wheel-drive MKX now gets 17/23 mpg, which is up 2 mpg in the city and 1 mpg on the highway. Additionally, there’s a [...]

lincoln Lincoln redesigned its full-size sport utility vehicle (SUV) for 2003, moving the Navigator away from its pickup-truck origins. Although the Navigator is essentially a dressed-up Ford Expedition, the 2005 model gained a six-speed-automatic transmission — versus the Expedition’s four-speed automatic — that promised improved smoothness when shifting. A new 5.4-liter V-8 with three valves per cylinder delivered the same 300 horsepower as before, but torque output increased. AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control became standard on all Navigators. An Elite Package, available on the Ultimate trim level, includes 18-inch chrome wheels, a navigation system, THX-Certified audio, high-intensity-discharge headlights, a rear-seat entertainment system, [...]

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