2012 Navigator vs. Escalade

In a clash of the titans, Peter Bleakney puts the 2012 Lincoln Navigator up against the Cadillac Escalade. With expert reviews, road tests, listings, automotive and motorsports news, http://www.wheels.ca/ is the first stop for prospective car buyers and auto enthusiasts.

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2015 Cadillac Escalade vs. 2015 Lincoln Navigator
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Here's a Tour of a $100,000 Cadillac Escalade
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2018 Lincoln Navigator - interior Exterior and Drive
2018 Lincoln Navigator Revealed! The onetime king of bling seeks to retake the throne. It may be hard to remember now, but the Lincoln Navigator is one of the key vehicles that kicked off the whole trend of max-glitz SUVs. The Navigator soon was overtaken in the public consciousness by the Cadillac Escalade, but now there’s a new Navigator that could allow Lincoln to claim a greater hold on the category it created and, potentially, elevate the standing of the Lincoln brand in the process. Like its more plebeian sibling, the 2018 Ford Expedition, the Navigator moves to an aluminum-intensive body while still retaining body-on-frame construction. Lincoln claims the big SUV has dropped nearly 200 pounds, but given that the last Navigator we tested crushed the scales to the tune of 6361 pounds, that means the new model is still likely to crest three tons. The Navigator might have lost weight, but the new version—once again offered in standard and longer L body styles—grows slightly larger. Three years ago, the Navigator dropped its V-8 engine in favor of a turbocharged, direct-injected 3.5-liter V-6, and it retains that engine configuration, with Lincoln estimating output for the 2018 model’s revised V-6 at 450 horsepower (up from 380) and 500 lb-ft of torque (versus 460)—yes, that’s as much power and nearly as much torque as in the Ford F-150 Raptor. The output is shunted through a new 10-speed automatic, and rear- or all-wheel drive are available. See the Light The imposing machine hews closely to the design of the Navigator concept that was unveiled at the New York auto show one year ago, with its turbine-style wheels and intricate chrome grille. The Lincoln emblem in the center of the grille glows as the driver approaches, part of a multistage welcome sequence that also illuminates bulbs in the lower fascia, taillights, and puddle lights. More substantively, the new Navigator features adaptive headlights that vary their light pattern based on the vehicle’s speed—throwing a wider beam of light at lower speeds and a narrower one at higher speeds. Inside, there’s ambient lighting in all three rows. Be Seated Like the Continental, the Navigator offers front passengers Lincoln’s optional new 30-way-adjustable Perfect Position Seats with heating, cooling, and massage functions. In the second row there’s a choice of a three-person bench or two captain’s chairs. The latter offer a tilt-forward capability that allows access into the third row even with an (unoccupied) child seat in place. The third-row seats feature power recline. The rear-seat entertainment system provides dual 10.0-inch screens on the front seatbacks and can play media streamed wirelessly from paired Android devices. Sling Media subscribers can receive TV channels on the same system. The Navigator also comes with Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity, six USB ports (two per row), four 12-volt power sources, a 110-volt AC outlet, and a wireless device charger. The top-tier stereo is a 20-speaker Revel II system. For the driver, there’s Sync 3 with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a 12.0-inch virtual instrument cluster, and an optional head-up display. Available assist features include a 360-degree-view camera, Ford’s Trailer Backup Assist, and adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go capability. Lincoln’s Black Label comes to the Navigator as the top trim level and brings with it a collection of special interior-design themes—as well as various owner services. We’ll see whether all this is enough to raise the profile of Lincoln’s flagship once the vehicle goes on sale this fall. Read More http://www.caranddriver.com/news/2018-lincoln-navigator-photos-and-info-new s "2017 Test Drive" "SUBSCRIBE NOW"





2007 Ford Expedition 30 Mp/h Dynamic Rollover Test (Two Complete Rolls)
Go here for after-test photos: http://www.facebook.com/pages/CarPro1993/100338693365163 Test #6956 Dummy Information: Driver-Passenger-Rear Passenger HIC 52-60-34 Neck Tension (Flex) 458-451-492 Neck Compression 6605*-1968-3623 *Limit 4000 TEST INFORMATION: The OEM belts and buckles were replaced in all positions. The driver and left rear positions were equipped with a motorized retractor and a pretension buckle system. The right front position was equipped with a non pretension 3-PT belt system. The pretensioners were fired manually at 300ms into the event and the motorized retractors were manually activated prior to launch.




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