1998 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
Great SUV! Low miles, No rust. Leather in wonderful condition. Nothing to fix. Great deal
2008 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
Best vehicle I ever owned.
The ride and comfort are great! Long distance drives are no issue at all.
I bought it 4 months old with 11,000 miles on it. I have 110,000 on it now with no issues.
I plan to keep it for many more years.
1999 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
My wife did, big gas eater but runs unreal and 1 st class all the way- pure luxury in a SUV- you go 70 feels like your going like 10 mph and so roomy- totally great vehicle
2003 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
We needed to buy a vehicle large enough to haul the family and able to pull a 25 foot cuddy cab we just purchased. I like Ford trucks and SUV's, so initially I looked at the Ford Expeditions. But then I came across this 2003 Lincoln Navigator. Boy do we love it. The ride is so nice, all the extra bells and whistles are not to bad either. The 03 model changed the engine from the previous years. It has Plenty of power for pulling our boat. Handles awesome and is so so comfortable. You do not feel like you are riding in a truck/SUV. I did a Carfax on this Lincoln to ease my mind. The miles are very low for this year, and it is easier to tamper with the electronic odometers then the old roll odometers. When I did the Carfax and it showed me the vehicle history. I had my proof that the mileage was indeed accurate. Thank you Carfax.
Lincoln Navigator Information
Lincoln is Ford's 'upscale' division. And as the top of line vehicle the Navigator is the king of the hill in the Lincoln family. With its cozy and roomy interior, as well as being the first four wheel drive SUV, the Lincoln Navigator was an instant success when it was first introduced in 1997.
With seating for up to eight people, the Navigator was based on the Ford Expedition (which launched the year before) and was luxury alternative to other full size SUV's on the market. In fact, the Navigator became so popular that it briefly overtook its better known cousin, the rival Cadillac.
Today, the Navigator is in its third generation (circa 2007) and features new mechanics and styling. Based on the Lincolns of old, this newer Navigator has an upper chrome grille, integrated fog lights, and a 'power dome' hood. The inside also has been redesigned with a new dashboard and instrument panel.
The notable standout are the 2003/2004 models. While they sold well, they were built with an older version of the 5.4 liter engine as opposed to the V8 engine that was put into later models.
Available in two trims (Base and L for long wheelbase):
Full leather seating, wood and leather power tilt/telescoping steering wheel, 10-way heated and cooling front seats, heated second-row seats, a power-foldable 60/40-split third-row seat, automatic air conditioning with rear seat controls, driver and passenger power lumbar support, second-row captain-chair seating, automatic xenon headlamps, rearview camera, front and rear parking sensors and power-adjustable pedals, rearview camera, keypad entry, a power rear lift gate, power deployable running boards, Bluetooth phone and music streaming, voice-activated navigation with SiriusXM satellite radio and Travel Link, HD Radio and a 14-speaker THX II-certified audio system.
- Top Speed voted the Lincoln Navigator as 2007's winner for 'Interior of the Year.'
- JD Power Associates gave the 2008 Navigator an award for 'Large Premium Crossovers.'
- In 2009, the Navigator won the Auto Pacific's 'Ideal Vehicle Award.'