2023 Lincoln Navigator
Vs The Competition

More Upgrades and Luxury Features

The 2023 Lincoln Navigator brings supersized style and elegance together with plentiful luxurious amenities focused on a comfortable ride. The extra-large luxury SUV begins in the front row with available Perfect Position seats with 30-way adjustability and Active Motion® massage. Passengers in the second row get the luxury treatment with available massaging seats. The base 3.5L twin-turbocharged V6 engine brings V-8-like power by delivering 440 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque for a towing capacity of 8,700 pounds.

Value Comparison


 Lincoln Navigator440 hp @ 5,850 rpm
  Cadillac Escalade 420 hp @ 5,600 rpm
 Lexus LX 600409 hp @ 5,200 rpm
 INFINITI QX80 400 hp @ 5,800 rpm
 Jeep Grand Wagoneer 471 hp @ 6,000 rpm

Fuel Economy City/Hwy/Combined

  Lincoln Navigator 17 / 23 / 19 MPG
 Cadillac Escalade 14 / 19 / 16 MPG 
 Lexus LX 60017 / 22 / 19 MPG
 INFINITI QX80 14 / 20 / 16 MPG
  Jeep Grand Wagoneer13 / 18 / 15 MPG

Rear Leg Room

   Lincoln Navigator 44.1 IN.
 Cadillac Escalade 41.7 IN.
  Lexus LX 60036.6 IN.
  Jeep Grand Wagoneer 42.7 IN.

Seating Capacity

  Lincoln Navigator 7 
 Cadillac Escalade 7
  Lexus LX 600 5
  Jeep Grand Wagoneer 7



The Lincoln Navigator has a standard adaptive suspension and heated and ventilated front seats for superior cabin comfort. The Escalade offers these at an additional cost above their already higher base price tag. Overall, the Lincoln Navigator packs the most luxury features and considers more luxury amenities as standard offerings.



Compared with the Lincoln Navigator, the Lexus LX 600 Premium offers less horsepower, torque, maximum towing capacity, front head room, and front leg room. Starting at  $7,540 more, the Lexus LX doesn't add up.



The Infiniti QX80 has the lowest starting price when compared against the Lincoln Navigator and its key rivals. However, the lower price tag comes with less maximum front seat adjustability, less horsepower and torque, and less front leg room than the Navigator, sacrificing comfort and capability.



The Lincoln Navigator and Jeep Grand Wagoneer share many standard features and grand dimensions. However, the Grand Wagoneer rings up with an $8,375 higher starting price and lacks some of the standard comfort features in the Lincoln Navigator. When you prioritize driver and rider comfort, it's difficult for the competition to keep up.


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