2021 Lincoln Navigator FAQ Review
Lincoln may have begun its latest design and marketing transformation with the now-defunct Continental and MKZ sedans, but it is the fourth-generation Lincoln Navigator full-size SUV that grabbed everyone’s attention when it arrived for the 2018 model year. Bold yet elegant, the flagship Lincoln made it clear the company was heading in a new direction.
Four years later, the aging 2021 Lincoln Navigator is fending off a redesigned Cadillac Escalade and more opulent GMC Yukon Denali. In 2020, the Navigator ranked at or near the top of its segment in J.D. Power studies of vehicle quality and overall appeal. It remains to be seen if the all-new duo from General Motors erodes this position, but for now, Lincoln isn’t making significant changes to shore up its favorable ratings.
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