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LINCOLN Navigator Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 5
First production year: 1998
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)
 

2018 - Present

The biggest Lincoln on the market was the Navigator. And if the normal-sized Navigator was not enough, there was a long-wheelbase version. Both of them were able to carry up to 8 people inside. While the Lincoln Navigator was often named a re-badged Ford Expedition, the 2018 Navigator was built to cut that impression, even though it sits on the same platform as the blue-oval parent company mo...

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gasoline engines:

  LINCOLN Navigator 3.5L Long V6 10AT (450 HP)

  LINCOLN Navigator 3.5L Long V6 10AT AWD (450 HP)

  LINCOLN Navigator 3.5L V6 10AT (450 HP)

  LINCOLN Navigator 3.5L V6 10AT AWD (450 HP)

2014 - 2018

Not as marketed as the Cadillac Escalade, but still pretty much a presence in the full-size luxury SUV market, the refreshed Lincoln Navigator was released in 2015. The updates introduced in 2015 were meant to keep the Navigator high, as most of the premium carmakers were updating their large SUVs. Without this update, the Navigator was in jeopardy on falling behind the competitors, as the ol...

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  LINCOLN Navigator 3.5L EcoBoost 4x2 6AT (370 HP)

  LINCOLN Navigator 3.5L EcoBoost 4x4 6AT (370 HP)

2006 - 2014

The Navigator was the first luxury SUV on the market, but since then, more carmakers have joined the niche segment and made life more difficult for Ford's luxurious vehicle. With an impressive towing ability, the full-size SUVs proved to be very useful while going on long trips with the family and a trailer attached. While they were not so very useful or logical in congested city traffic...

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2003 - 2006

The 2003 version of the Lincoln Navigator was throughly improved, including amazing features as power-deploying running boards and liftgate. The first Lincoln Navigator was released in 1998 and looked like the more expensive version of a Ford Expedition, with more chrome and the latest technologies available included. The Navigator was available in three trim levels: the Luxury (as the bas...

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1998 - 2003

In 1999, Ford built the first generation of the Lincoln Navigator to impress, and besides the Greyhound buses and semis, it was the most commanding vehicle on the road. Ford thought that a luxurious SUV would attract new customers, and it was right. All of a sudden, all the other limos and expensive German cars looked caught off-guard and humiliated by the insane big Navigator. Lincoln's...

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