2003 Lincoln Navigator
2003 Lincoln Navigator Review Summaries
What reviewers liked most about the Lincoln Navigator
Press the button along the wall in the cargo hold and left, right or both sides of the 60/40 split seats fold flat into the floor to create a massive area for luggage, groceries or bikes.- Cars.com
A boat? Absolutely, because some need a boat to haul their boat - not to mention the family and friends that number up to seven.- Cars.com
The Navigator's interior has a modern, elegant feel, with luxury touches you might expect from a sedan, yet it does not look like a sedan interior.- New Car Test Drive
Navigator is based on the Ford Expedition and uses body-on-frame construction, the preferred design for trucks. So the Navigator can tow up to 8600 pounds, when properly equipped.- New Car Test Drive
What reviewers liked least about the Lincoln Navigator
Fuel economy is similar in these more than 5,000-pound SUVs, which is to say it's pretty dismal: about 12 miles a gallon in the city and 16 mpg on the highway.- MSN Autos
Meantime, Navigator blinkers continue to have an old-style, clickity sound that seems out of place in the new, elegant interior.- MSN Autos
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