Used 2002 Lincoln Navigator Consumer Reviews

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DTBJKB, 05/11/2002
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shoppingnurse57, 02/08/2003
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I have had my Navigator for not quite 1 year. I love driving it - I feel safe - it is a luxurious ride!

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joeh, 09/25/2004
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great running and driving car with super comfort

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sonnysnavigator, 06/09/2003
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She's beautiful and graceful. She drives like a dream and maintenance is nile. But the fuel economy is poor and it requires premium gas, so it is costly to fill up.

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The Original Gangsta SUV

OG SUV lover, 08/17/2020
4WD 4dr SUV (5.4L 8cyl 4A)
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Get ready to be stupefied mesmerized and petrified by this monster. I bought mine in 2017 and she was showing her age with some seat tears and missing door handle trim plus one of the doors wont auto-lock. I had to replace the timing belt no biggie but then the steering box assly as she was not responding well to lane changes. After that no problems. I just love the beast. The front end looks beefy and yeah the rear is rather beamy but so what. I have had no problems with the engine or leaks in the sunroof as mentioned by others. I guess mine was built mid week when the guys on the line were mostly sober. The interior is huge with tons of space. The rear captains seats are awesome we use the rear centre console as a cooler on long trips just chuck the ice in and drinks and donesky. It had 238k on it and I'm up to 256 now the engine purrs like a sleeping lion. She seemed sluggish on hills until I kept the overdrive enabled- problem solved there. The heater core was gummed up so she would not heat well the first few winters even a trip to the dealer to request a flush didnt do much. I ended up following a few vids on you tube and blasted the sucker with my garden hose then blew it out manually to clear it further and it is much better now. The fuel economy is not great but if I was focused on that Id a bought a Prius...not! I also own a Jetta and the difference in street cred when driving between the two is ridonculous. Everybody gives me a wide birth in the OG SUV and when we pass by newer (read smaller dinkier) SUV's my son and I chuckle as we literally are looking down on these imposters. Ive driven her each year cross country 1300km each way and she performed beautifully with very comfy ride. The air suspension farting that happens after engine shut off garners some strange glances from folks as its digesting a cow it ate or something. Anyhoo I'm surprised at how cheaply they sell for probably the low fuel economy is a turn off for many but if you can get past that and the retro wood veneer styling you will enjoy this vehicle. Just make sure you get one that wasnt built on a Saturday or Sunday yonk yonk!

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