Follow us!

Get in touch with us

El artículo ha sido añadido.

¡Obtén un 20% de descuento!arrow_drop_up

Lincoln SUVs

  • person Julian Brown
  • calendar_today
  • comment {0 comentarios
Lincoln SUVs

Lincoln offers luxurious SUV options to drivers from Pottersvile to Lansing. Our lineup features the Aviator, Nautilus and Navigator.

The Aviator seamlessly combines excellent safety and technological features with an expansive interior and impressive towing capacity. Its lineup of turbocharged engines provides optimal balance between performance and fuel economy.


Lincoln's Aviator mid-size luxury SUV comes in several trims, each offering distinctive features and ownership benefits. Some trims may offer more luxurious features and ownership advantages, but all provide a smooth ride and intuitive interior technology features - up to seven passengers can be comfortably accommodated, offering numerous comfort and entertainment features including SYNC(r) 3 infotainment system supports smartphone integration as well as wireless phone charging capability.

The 2024 Aviator features a robust standard engine, spacious seating in its second row and top-of-the-line handling capabilities. It also boasts one of the finest cabins available today and boasts numerous driver assistance features to improve convenience and driver assistance; plus lots of space for luggage and gear storage.

Lincoln has improved the Aviator for 2023 by providing new exterior colors, wheels and paint schemes; as well as adding refined interior design. Black Label models now boast an "Invitation" interior theme while all models will get some additional tech features such as Phone As A Key technology.

Lincoln's Navigator SUV boasts an expansive cabin, ample cargo space and innovative driver assistance technology. Equipped with an impressive engine that features multiple drive modes - it can tow up to 8,300 pounds! Plus it comes equipped with power folding third row seating as well as numerous luxury amenities.

Lincoln offers four SUVs that each offer an exceptional driving experience. The Corsair is fuel efficient while Aviator and Nautilus feature more passenger space and cargo area; respectively, families may prefer the Aviator while Navigator may prefer it when towing large loads.


Lincoln's midsize luxury SUV, the Nautilus, has seen its full redesign bring it even closer to being one of the premier vehicles of this class. While its cachet and designer wardrobe may have long held it back from competing against BMW X5s and Mercedes GLEs, this update's attention to detail places the Nautilus in an improved position than before.

Nautilus also stands out as more luxurious than previous models, with ample space and amenities. In addition to standard 48-inch panoramic displays spanning the dashboard and 11.1-inch center touch screens with optional massaging seats, this new Nautilus offers spa-like experiences with features like digital scent, integrated fragrance diffusers and surround-sound audio for an enjoyable journey.

There's plenty of space for passengers in this vehicle, featuring best-in-class legroom in the second row. Plus, if you opt for the Black Label version, front seats come equipped with heating and cooling features for additional comfort.

The 2024 Nautilus is powered by a 250 horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and eight drive mode settings that alter its behavior. While this power source may have decreased from what Lincoln used to offer in this model, its performance remains more than adequate for everyday driving needs. If drivers prefer something extra powerful they can select one of five drive mode settings to further customize their experience.

The hybrid Nautilus offers increased horsepower and torque compared to its nonhybrid sibling, helping you maximize mileage per tank of gas.

The Nautilus comes equipped with an abundance of safety features to keep you and your passengers protected, such as dual-stage front airbags, a rearview camera, lane keep assist, blind spot warning, cross-traffic alert and an advanced crash detection system with autonomous emergency braking. In addition, Lincoln's BlueCruise 1.2 hands-free highway driving system comes standard; free for the first four years before becoming a subscription service and offering features like lane change assist to easily maintain your preferred lane. For additional security features in Black Label versions include two-way front safety belt pretensioners and even more advanced crash detection sensors to detect accidents before they occur.


Lincoln Zephyr is a luxury sedan which revives a popular nameplate from the 1930s. While Lincoln has recently experienced difficulties, this new sedan may help them rebound with an eye-catching design and futuristic features that capture its future - full-width light bar, strong character line running across body, angular taillights. Furthermore, long wheelbase and spacious rear seating capabilities complete this package.

Lincoln Zephyr models made their first debut in 1936 and were powered by a 267 cubic inch (4.4 L), four-cylinder inline engine producing 110 horsepower. These early cars became known for being smooth, comfortable and quiet while available as coupe or sedan forms, convertible versions or even as sportscar versions. Over time however, more powerful engines were added which resulted in faster, luxurious vehicles.

After World War II, Lincoln Zephyr production continued until 1948 and became one of their longest-running model lines. A popular choice during its run in production, particularly during its mid- to late-30s run, it offered many convenient features as well as beauty.

Though initially popular, the Zephyr was eventually superseded by Lincoln Continental. This luxurious car became well known for its luxury features as well as safety measures; its styling also proved ahead of its time and it became a favorite choice of wealthy individuals.

Lincoln's current lineup may be small, but it's financially successful. Their Aviator, LS and Town Car sedans may cost slightly more than regular Ford vehicles to produce but command premium prices and generate significant revenue for Lincoln - this means Lincoln can pay for luxury branding and advertising campaigns without suffering financial strain.

The Lincoln Zephyr comes equipped with numerous driver assistance features, such as a parking assist system that automatically guides it into parking spots, and lane-keeping technology which keeps vehicles within their lane. While these systems can make driving safer, they should never replace safe driving practices - drivers should always remain aware of their surroundings and remain prepared to take control at any moment.