The largest and arguably most luxurious vehicle in Lincoln's lineup, the Navigator appeals to buyers who want the most in comfort and capability without sacrificing either one. Engineered alongside the F-150, the Navigator inherits much of the truck's capability and uses a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 tuned to produce 450 horsepower and tow up to 8,700 pounds. Inside, the Navigator can be equipped to hold either seven or eight passengers and is available in an extended-length version, known as the L. The Navigator can also be optioned with four-wheel drive and a low-speed transfer case for tricky conditions.
Despite the age of the Navigator (the current generation was introduced in 2018), we don't see much in terms of updates headed toward the Navigator for 2024. That would be two years on the trot without any significant changes, but there's not much wrong with the Lincoln so we can't foresee it losing much ground to its closest rival, the Cadillac Escalade, which received a comprehensive redesign in 2021.
Other truck-based luxury SUVs are essentially limited to versions of the Escalade, though the refinement and long list of standard and available features on the Navigator prompt comparison to more expensive luxury SUVs. The Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class, BMW X7 and various Range Rovers can be cross-shopped against the Lincoln.