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The 2018 Lincoln Navigator is an amazing car with many different features that car lovers can enjoy and get a lot out of. There is a lot of comfort to be found in this car and eight people can fit into it very comfortably. The interior is very beautiful and offers so many different perks.

Key Takeaways:

  • Lincoln still has a great size and plenty of room
  • The Lincoln can seat up to 8 with three rows.
  • It is not meant for off roading and mudding, and who would do that in this upscale SUV, but it will pull a trailer.

“The whole thing appears less clunky and slab-sided than the one we’ve grown accustomed to seeing over the past decade.”

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2018 Lincoln Navigator First Drive: It’s a Greater ’Gator

The 2018 Lincoln Navigator is an amazing car with many different features that car lovers can enjoy and get a lot out of. There is a lot of comfort to be found in this car and eight people can fit into it very comfortably. The interior is very beautiful and offers so many different perks. … Read More

2019 Porsche Cayenne First Drive: Formula SUV

The 2019 Porsche Cayenne is a great car. This car has a bulging hood as well as many other features that people can enjoy. This model is not a big departure from its previous model because of its success. The formula for this car was not radically altered. When this car arrives at dealers, it … Read More

2018 Audi Q5 In-Depth Review: The Darling of Bavaria

The 2018 Audi is a well rounded car that boasts a lot of wonderful features that car lovers can enjoy. This car is quick as well as comfortable and it has the latest gadgetry inside of it. It has a very nice looking interior. This car comes with navigation as well. One of the bad … Read More

2018 Nissan Maxima in Depth: At the Crossroads of Luxury and Sport

There is a lot of comfort to be found in the 2018 Nissan Maxima. There are many amazing features that will entice many luxury car lovers. This car is a very well rounded sedan. There is an in dash navigation system found in this car. There is also automated emergency braking. The Maxima offers a … Read More

Wing Swap: JDM Subaru WRX STI S208 Special Edition Is 6000 Miles out of Reach

Subaru has impressed many observers with the special edition of their vehicles. Some wonder whether these new additions will be out of reach for the everyday car buyer. Smart car buyers look to Subaru to make the market much more affordable with these additions. Read the report and be awed by the effort that went … Read More

The Rotary’s Returning, Says Mazda, But There’s Some Things to Take Care of First

Mazda has been promising to deliver a rotary powered sports car soon. They are ready to debut a popular new sports car that fits the bill as well. There is something that Mazda will need to address as is needed. Car buyers are amazed by the revolutionary engine that Mazda has on display. That could … Read More

Oct 30: Facebook Live from SEMA with special BMW M3 and M5 M Performance Parts

SEMA, the largest car aftermarket and tuning show in the world, happens October 31st. Two new cars from BMW are being revealed– the BMW M5 with M performance parts, and a special edition of the F80 M3. For those unable to attend the event, it is also possible to view a special BMWBlog unveiling event … Read More

2018 Jaguar XF S Sportbrake Driven: Grace, Pace, and More Space

The second generation 2016 Jaguar XF made a small splash on the scene. Luxury car buyers trust the Jaguar name for a great new vehicle each year. Get to know their new lineup and what it could mean for the market as well. More interior space was part of the design feature that will keep … Read More

BMW M3 CS to give F80 a proper send-off

The new BMW M3 CS might be even better. The M3 will get some of the lightweight tech previously found in the M4 GTS. It will be the most interesting variant above the M3 Competition Package. As the current generation is about to go away the M3 CS will add spice to the iconic car. … Read More

Whoopsies: Hyundai Gets the Same Thing Wrong, Recalls 443,545 Recalled Cars

Hyundai recently recalled a half a million sedans again after a first recall was issued to prevent seat belts from being detached from the floor. This second recall involves failure of the front seat passenger’s seatbelt failing and risk of injuring the passenger. The failure is from a spring in the inner sill structure that … Read More