Posted on: Sep 08, 2010 | 1,735 reads

Lincoln Navigator: A Glance

The Lincoln Navigator has been the beacon of luxury and class when it comes to choosing a Lincoln automobile. Today this still remains true and the 2010 Lincoln Navigator is proof of the continuous quality workmanship that Ford places in its products. This is in stark contrast to Fords and Lincolns just a decade or so ago. The Navigator comes in standard and long versions, with the latter containing useful increased cargo space behind the third-row seat.
Lincoln Navigator: A Glance
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The 2010 Navigator is powered by a 310-hp, 5.4-liter V8, six-speed automatic transmission that still results in the Navigator feeling a bit sluggish and its fuel economy isn't much to look at either. However, true to most Lincolns the ride is comfortable and controlled with secure handling capabilities. A plus is the power operated third row that folds flat into the floor while staying as comfortable as the second row.
Lincoln Navigator: A Glance



 
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