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Lincoln Navigator

The Ford Motor Company built the Lincoln Navigator as a full-size luxury SUV for families as part of its luxury division, Lincoln. This vehicle is an excellent choice for those interested in a luxury vehicle that offers more than enough passenger seating, as well as plenty of cargo space. At CARFAX, we aim to provide consumers a better understanding of the Lincoln Navigator, which includes both standard make and model details along with proprietary CARFAX data tied to each particular vehicle.

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Used Lincoln Navigator: In Depth


Introduced in 1998, the Navigator was the first SUV Lincoln sold, as well as the first vehicle capable of four-wheel drive. The Lincoln Navigator shares its mechanical features, platform, and much of its equipment with the Ford Expedition, that was released the previous year. Upscale and unique styles, materials on the interior, and other features make the Expedition and the Navigator different from each other.

Even though the base prices of the Navigator was high according to the manufacturer's suggested price of $42,000 during its first year of production, there were still 44,000 sales, making it a popular choice. It didn't take long for competitors like the Cadillac Escalade, General Motors and GMC Denali to get on the bandwagon and reap in some of the rewards the Lincoln Navigator was experiencing.

The latest 2014 Navigator features include a flex-fuel capabible 5.4 liter V8 engine. six standard airbags, voice-activated navigation system, and power liftgate. All of these features make the Navigator a comfortable ride for those with large families or those who typically travel in with groups.

The Lincoln Navigator does not disappoint when it comes to providing space and luxury. Even the first generation models in 1998 are a great vehicle in terms of class and styling. So, for those on a budget, it would not hurt to start with the first generation and work your way upward to the later years.

The Lincoln Navigator is a beautiful choice for those looking for style and sophistication in their vehicle. It is possible to find a Lincoln Navigator that fits your personal preferences, using a wide variety of search criteria including valuable search information available exclusively on


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the Lincoln Navigator four out of five stars in terms of overall safety. The front crash rating received four out of five stars and the side crash rating received five stars.


  • Both of the leather bucket-style front seats feature eight way power adjustments, multi-level heating, and adjustable lumbar support.
  • The rear of the vehicle has ventilation controls, reclining rear seats, and a power folding third row bench seat.
  • In vehicle entertainment includes a video monitor and DVD player, separate rear audio featuring 5.1 surround audio on THX premium speakers, USB connection, speed adjusted volume, and an audio/video input.

Vehicle Overview

Number of Service Records Lincoln Navigator

Carfax Facts

According to CARFAX records, a used Lincoln Navigator has an average of 6.6 service records for things like tire rotations and oil changes. Approximately 56 percent have more than 5 service records, an indication of a well taken care of vehicle.

Number of Owners Lincoln Navigator

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30.6 percent of used Lincoln Navigators for sale have only had one previous owner, while 30.6 percent have only had two owners. This means that close to 2 out of 3 used Lincoln Navigator vehicles have only had 1-2 previous owners.

2014 Navigator Specifications

  • From $56,165
  • 5.4-liter SOHC 3-Valve Flex Fuel V8

  • 14 city / 20 hwy mpg

  • Rear-wheel drive; four-wheel drive
  • 6-Speed Automatic Transmission with tow/haul mode

  • 310 @ 5,100 rpm

  •  119 inches ; 131 inches (Navigator L)