The Lincoln Navigator In Review

Very rarely is it possible to find a sports utility of that massive size; that still maintains the ability to cater for comfort, sleek design and class. It's all encompassing— putting both driver and passengers alike in comfort and treating them as you would royalty.

But that barely scratches the surface on why this is perhaps the SUV of your dreams. Here's why the Lincoln Navigator 2021 should be a top item on your wishlist.

What's the Price?

If you're going to be making a purchase, and you should, then knowing about the price is just the first thing on the agenda and considering all things, the price is just right. The base model price comes in at $76,185. On the retail scale, the navigator's price for the reverse trim begins at about an estimate of $81,200. If that's not your thing, you could opt in for a black label trim Navigator, which is right at the top of the luxury scale and begins at a price of $96,400. The price is actually dependent on your personal preference and choice of customisation.

How SAFE Is It?

let's face it. It's 2021 and with everything that's been going on, it's only right that any vehicle you'll be purchasing passes the Safety bar exam. You can never be too careful. Luckily, the 2021 Nav might just be the safest car of all time, passing the overall safety check with a 5/5 score. The Nav is a full package, with features like pre-collision assistance accompanied by automatic emergencybraking as well as an enhanced active parking assistant. It also comes with a system for detecting pedestrians, headlamps that are adaptive, and forward and reverse sensing.

How It Performs

You don't just buy a car for how it looks, but how well it handles on the roads you'll be driving it on. And it's safe to say the 2021 Lincoln Navigator handles quite superbly. The Nav comes roaring with a V6 engine at 3.5 litres, and is also twin-turbocharged. This baby can produce an output of about 450 horsepower. Torque? That's about 510 Ib.-ft. The Nav's adaptive suspension enables the smoothest of driving no matter the road complexity. It's also got stellar towing capabilities.

About its fuel management, the Nav performs impressively. With an EPA rating of 16 miles-per-gallon/city and 21 miles-per-gallon/highway and a real world estimate of 18.1 miles-per-gallon, those are great numbers to stand by when you're considering fuel consumption and the sheer characteristics of the Nav.

What's it like on the inside?

In this case, inner beauty does matter, a lot. You can tell a lot of thought was put into the interior and it shows. It is a luxury model after all. Seating 7 to 8 passengers, with heated premium leather upholstery seats, and space ranging from 19.3 to a whopping max of 120.2 cubic feet depending on folded rows and trim, this is a wonder.

Additional tech features like a 4G WiFi Hotspot, an entertainment system, a 10 inch touchscreen, a Navigation system and wireless charging. The tech features become even more impressive with upgraded trim versions.

Final Opinion

Looking like it's been crafted by the Great Designer himself, the 2021 Nav ticks all boxes. Some might argue about pricing, but for all it offers? Now, that's just ridiculously good. It would be a perfect addition.