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Our wagon — the 2012 Navigator L, Lincoln’s long-stretched and luxuriously outfitted full-size SUV — executes each bend in the curvy mountain road with a pavement-hugging poise rarely found on such a jumbo-size hulk of a wagon, much less one whose roots trace directly to a humongous pickup truck. To our surprise it feels almost sporty, so agile the posture and smooth the ride quality, yet the Navigator L has a wheelbase nearly 12 feet long and a high-rise body structure which smothers some 18 feet of pavement and its vast passenger compartment provides three tiers of seats for as many as eight riders.
Lincoln’s luxurious full-size SUV stocks a massive V8 engine and a vast cabin for seven or eight passengers on three tiers with a standard third-row bench that tucks into the cargo floor.
A sensuous, curvy front end makes the Navigator fit in with the rest of Lincoln’s high-class lineup. Power deployable running boards are a flashy option, as they disappear under the body after the doors are closed for a clean, uncluttered look. This is the best interior you can get from the factory in a full-size SUV. The quality of materials and construction is outstanding, especially compared with the lackluster plastics in its Cadillac and Infiniti rivals.
When it was launched as a 1998 product, Lincoln’s Navigator originated
the class of luxury full-size SUVs. A new design came in 2003 that
retained the bold styling of the original as well as its 5.4-liter V8
powertrain, although the revamped version brought more power and torque.