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Detailed Review of the 2024 Lincoln Navigator

Welcome to Neftin Westlake Mazda, where we’re taking an in-depth look at the world of high-end SUVs with our comprehensive review of the 2024 Lincoln Navigator.

Priced above $100,000, the Navigator asserts itself as a top-tier contender in luxury and performance. But how does it stack up against the more economically priced Ford Expedition?

Power and Performance

Under the hood, the 2024 Lincoln Navigator boasts a robust 3.2-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine, delivering a formidable 440 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque.

Paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission, it’s the sole engine option for the Navigator, ensuring that power is never in short supply.


Design and Features

The Navigator’s design ethos blends elegance with functionality. Our test model, the Reserve trim, which is the sole option available in Canada, is priced at $120,000 and comes with about $10,000 in additional options.

One standout feature is the glowing emblem, which alongside the LED lighting display, makes the Navigator a spectacle at night.

The vehicle rides on stunning 22-inch wheels, an upgrade that enhances both its appearance and its road presence. Practical features like powered running boards add a touch of sophistication and convenience, further enhancing the luxury feel every time you enter or exit the vehicle.

Interior Luxury

The interior of the Navigator is where luxury becomes tangible. The second-row seats rival the front in terms of comfort, equipped with unique features such as massaging functionality—an exquisite touch not commonly found in many vehicles. The seating is highly customizable with options for heating, cooling, and personal climate control.

Attention to detail is evident in the vast array of amenities available to second-row passengers. The central console offers expansive storage and control over various settings, including audio and climate.

Moreover, passengers can manipulate the sunshade at the touch of a button, providing control over their environment without compromising on comfort or convenience.

Space and Accessibility

The Navigator excels in providing versatile space. It accommodates baby seats with ease, featuring four lower latch positions and five top tethers, showcasing its family-friendly design.

Cargo capacity is impressive with 19.3 cubic feet behind the third row, which increases significantly with the power-folding feature for both the second and third rows.

This transformation is quick and efficient, perfect for changing needs from passengers to cargo.

Driving Experience

Driving the Navigator is a pleasure in itself. The vehicle’s weight and size are well-managed by the adaptive suspension, which smooths out bumps and provides a ride quality that could be described as floating on air.

The commanding view from the driver’s seat, combined with significant power reserves, makes for confident and enjoyable driving.

Despite its size, the steering is precise, albeit the vehicle is not intended for spirited driving through tight corners.

Final Verdict: Is It Worth the Splurge?

The 2024 Lincoln Navigator isn’t just about getting from point A to B; it’s about doing so in peak comfort with a level of opulence that justifies its price.

It offers a comprehensive package of luxury, technology, and utility that makes it a standout in the luxury SUV market. Yes, it’s pricey, but it delivers on every front, from performance to plushness.

Thank you for joining me in this review. If you’re intrigued by the Navigator or have any more questions, drop them in the comments below.

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