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 |  May 21 2014, 4:59 PM

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Body-on-frame luxury SUVs are few and far between these days, but Lincoln is still in the segment with the redesigned 2015 Navigator, which will sell for a base price of $62,475. 

The biggest change for the Navigator this year comes under the hood as power now exclusively comes from the twin-turbo 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that makes 380 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. It is hooked up to a six-speed automatic transmission.

Other enhancements include the addition of Lincoln Ride Control which uses continuously controlled damping suspension to provide a smooth ride, though it is only standard on 4×4 models or models fit with 22-inch wheels. Those four-wheel drive models also get hill start assist and hill decent control as standard equipment.

On the outside, the Navigator has been given a facelift which includes the brand’s staple split-wing grille. The big SUV also gets Lincoln ‘welcome mats,’ essentially Lincoln symbols which are projected onto the ground right in front of the front doors.

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For customers who want more luxury, Lincoln is offering the Navigator Reserve Package which starts at $69,975 for 4×2 models, while 4×4 Reserve Package models start at $72,900. For that price bump you get Lincoln Drive Control, 22-inch polished aluminum wheels and a leather-wrapped interior with wood accents.

There is also a long wheelbase ‘L’ model available, which has a 131-inch wheelbase compared to the 119-inch standard wheelbase. This long model comes standard with a 4.10 non-limited slip rear axle, and sells for $64,640 for the 4×2 version and $68,215 for the 4×4 version.

When compared to its main rival, the Cadillac Escalade, the Navigator is quite the bargain. A base Escalade will sell for $72,690, just about $300 cheaper than a fully loaded Navigator Reserve Package with four-wheel drive. At the base end, there is $10,000 gap between these two vehicles, with the Navigator being far cheaper.

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  • smartacus

    $62,000??? This monstrosity costs $62,000??? 4×4 Reserve starts at $73???

    A brand new E39 M5 cost $70,000 back when it was new! and that had a 400HP V8

    How could milk still be left in the luxo-domestic SUV tits after over a decade?

  • William Scott Hutton

    I’m surprised the ‘Gator didn’t get the aluminum treatment of the new F-150.

  • http://dbcooper.livejournal.com P.F. Bruns

    This MIGHT be competitive–MIGHT–at $42,000…in other words, $25 more than the Ford Expedition. Honestly, it’s just an Expedition with a pretty grille (of which many others are already available), a softer suspension (ditto), and a prettier interior (ibid).

    And, unfortunately, it’s a Lincoln, which is NOT a selling point right now.