The press days at this year’s New York Auto Show are over, and overall it was a mediocre show. Pretty much the only thing anybody is still talking about is whether they love or hate the new Mazda Miata RF and how ridiculous the the pterodactyl doors on Lincoln’s 2018 Navigator concept were. Here’s some quick dumb…
Everybody. Everybody! Calm down. Let’s try and take this seriously. This is Lincoln’s big surprise for the New York Auto Show... this Navigator concept with gull-wing doors large enough to make a pterodactyl jealous. What have they done? Oh my, oh my; what have they done?
The Lincoln Navigator is the OG “American luxury SUV,” but today it’s kind of an also-ran compared to the prolific Cadillac Escalade. What do you need to know before you buy a Lincoln Navigator? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
It appears the 2015 Lincoln Navigator has broken through the various automotive press quarantines, and now it is open season for the sarcastic journalist folk and anyone with an
asshole opinion to shit all over LiMoCo's Escalade-wannabe. Great, let's begin.
In what the local media is calling a "bizarre" accident, a 62 year-old woman driving a black Lincoln Navigator (pictured) in downtown Mississauga, Ontario during the evening rush hour crashed into 16 other vehicles like some automotive pinball, finally coming to rest when she hit a pole. Luckily, no one was seriously…
After reading this New York Times piece about ten-year venture-capital profit numbers finally catching up with the Dot-Com Bust, the first thing to come to mind was… the original Lincoln Navigator!
Ford announced yesterday that Dearborn intends to boost SUV production to support surging demand. Convince them to downsize? Nah, just feed their addiction to landbarges they don't need. Thank you, short-sighted American consumers, for your hard-earned monies. [Motor Trend]
An Ohio appeals court has ruled that tickets can't be issued based on a car looking or sounding like it's speeding. The decision comes after real American hero Daniel Freitag fought a ticket issued because his Lincoln Navigator sounded fast.
Few cars are as close in proportion to actual dinosaurs as the Lincoln Navigator, a relic of a bygone era of dirt-cheap gasoline and the insatiable appetite for infinite cupholders. We found this one on London's "Murder Mile."
For all those fans of the Microsoft Sync system not willing to strap into a Ford Focus to get it, rejoice and be glad, for now you can get it dealer installed in your new Lincoln Navigator. The announcement came today from the glass house that the luxo-barge will get the hand free all-in-one communication and…