The New York Auto Show Goes Big: 10 New SUVs, Trucks, and Crossovers

2018 Lincoln Navigator
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2018 Lincoln Navigator

What boat-y spectacular debuted in 1997? James Cameron’s Titanic? Correct. But you’d also be right if you guessed the Lincoln Navigator. Seldom changed from its inception, the Lincoln Navigator is getting a much needed reboot two decades in. Not to worry if you’re an admirer of this luxo-barge: the three-row SUV is still massive, but now comes with the power to match, via a 450-horsepower twin-turbo V-6 mated to a 10-speed transmission. Its interior is suitably posh, with features that include a moonroof Lincoln calls the largest available in an SUV, a heads-up display which is the biggest and brightest among production vehicles, an available 20-speaker sound system from Revel, and a galaxy of LED lights. Lincoln didn’t say how much the Navigator will cost, or when it will arrive. 

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