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2009 Lincoln Navigator Consumer Discussions

2009 Lincoln Navigator

Hi redroc14. There isn't much negotiation on the Lincoln Navigator right now because Ford is running its "Employee Pricing Plus" promotion which provides all consumers with the ability to p...

That depends. 2009 MKZ vs. 2008 TL - close call. Slight edge to MkZ in infotainment (navigation, sync, etc.) but TL gets the nod in styling....

My advice is to not spend one dime on a Navigator Suspension....

So for fall 2009 the Navigator "may" be in store for big change.... let's see what happens....

I guess I'll give up on the Town Car and look around for a year old DTS when I want to replace my 2003.. It is obvious with one model and no navigation system that the Town Car is no longer competiti…...

The 2004 Town Car will not see any improvements, for 2003, enough was done. If anything, a few packages might be shuffled around, and a new Navigation system might be offered, but thats about it....

I'm looking at purchasing a 2009 Navigator in Minnesota. I have a big family (6 people) and we're upgrading from a 2004 EB Expedition. Does anyone have any recent buying experiences (price/option) t...

Lincoln is trying to build the hype on this car, that's the reason they're sending pre-production mules around to a very narrow dealer circuit, to build interest and to tantalize the market. Ford rar...

I think heyjoe is right about the various changes that will happen before production, except maybe for a lengthening. The MKT is a;already longer than a Navigator, A bit of reshaping the rear rooflin...

I leased my 2009 MKS back in March for $528.00 a month 12,000 miles a year for 39 months. No money down,...just a sign and drive with navigation, sunroof/moonroof-it's loaded! The vehicle has just …...
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