Pros: "Easy to drive, safe and solid feeling, comfortable"
Cons: "Needs cosmetic work on red trim, dash."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"124,000 actual miles. Previous owner had lower panels painted red which needs repainted. Small front corner passenger side dent. Interior dash needs cosmetic repair. Front leather bucket seats are covered due to usual wear and tear. Interior is light beige color. Engine in excellent condition, well maintained, AC recently recharged, 4 new tires, has 3 rows of seating with 3rd row folding down. Travels over the road in comfort, lots of space and storage and lighting, stays cool in back with AC. Solid ride."
"Purchased 2003 with 75,000 miles from first owner. Well 13yrs and 178k later it is my family's favorite vehicle. Very roomy and comfortable. Great for long trips or around town. Powerful V8 engine is awesome. Beautiful exterior. VERY dependable. Only minor AC problem 8yrs ago that's it!!!! The engine is so smooth its ridiculous. I am somewhat mechanical so I have changed brake pads, front rotors, shocks and spark plugs as well as a few other things. Hands down our favorite vehicle. Quality is comparable to our BMW 528i. Nothing more to say but if any major part breaks I will simply have it replaced and continue owning this incredible vehicle."
"This has, hands-down, been one of the best vehicles we've ever owned. We purchased our 2000 Nav back in 2010 with 90k miles to use as a spare family vehicle (it replaced a Suburban). We expected to own it for only a few years, but now plan to keep it for much longer. This car never seems to let you down. It has been on long distance trips all over the country and tows like a champ. It still looks great for its age and has plenty of creature comforts to keep everyone happy. We currently own newer Porsche SUVS (2), an Audi, a Lexus SUV and a BMW and yet family members seem to find excuses to drive the old Lincoln instead! It is surprisingly very easy/good on tires and brakes and oil changes are very cheap, even at the dealership ($40). We've talked about replacing it with a newer model Navigator, but can't seem to ever let this one go, it's that good! Do yourself a favor and find a well cared for used Navigator. Thank you Lincoln!"
"I ow this car 3 years. When I purchased this SUV the Engine was in very bad shape. I had to put about $8.000 in repairs. Now it rides like a new. I would buy another one just to keep for parts. The SUV was purchased on the Action and sold “As Is” to me. No one knew there were a lot of problems with the engine, because it starts nicely but if you drove for a while the bad starts showing up.
Now after 3 years and few thousands spent on repairs I am very happy to keep it. Some say why you don’t buy new one.
I tell them the Lincoln Navigator looks is ugly and I don’t like the round shapes, and the new colors. Like Black and Black-Metallic. I like the old version.
They don’t make cars like use to. What’ happened to US Auto Industry?"
"Big, comfy, 2nd row seat is more comfortable than first row. reclined second row seats. Safe. Ride like a yacht drive like a yacht.
Drink gas faster than baby drinking milk. Great for long drive. Make any long drive feel like driving around the block. Not recommended as a commuter vehicle. Unless your commute involve towing a 2 ton cow."