2006 Lincoln Navigator Top Comparisons

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2006 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate 4WDReview
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I Think I Will Probably Buy A New One When This One Dies... — It has a GREAT ride comparable to no other vehicle. I love the way it handles like a car even though it is one of the largest SUVs on the road. It handles extremely well when having to push the stearing and acceleration and control is very stable. The only problem that I have with it, is that is drinks gas like a mother... I travel on the highway 90% of the time and I get 15.6mpg AND it only takes 91 octane fuel, which means I pay about $3 a gallon. If you do not put high octane in it, the engine knocks a little bit and acceleration is lessened. I have 85K miles on mine. Purchased it with 5K miles (demo from dealership). Has not had any major problems. Tires are VERY expensive since it comes standard with 20" wheels. I buy Perrelli which seem to last a little bit longer, but since they are low profile, you get about 25K miles out of them. NO SQUEAKS or CREAKS! It is still as tight as the day we bought it. The leather wears VERY well. It still looks new!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: AMAZING ride, Great handling, and overall fantastic SUV.

Cons: All the people that drive it are over the age of 50, so you feel like a grandpa when you drive it.

13 of 13 people found this review helpful.
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2006 Lincoln Navigator Luxury 4WDReview
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Good Car — This car is a good car, reliable and very comfortable

Pros: Comfortable, Good amount of room, Luxurious, Cool looking, Alot of
power for towing.

Cons: Bad on gas, Side mirrors are wayyy too big.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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2006 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate RWDReview
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Cruising Car... Gas Eater — eats a ton of gas but perfect for long trips

Pros: space! and ride

Cons: GAS EATER

2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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2006 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate RWDReview
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Great Car — This car is great. It's luxurious, fast, and powerful. Everything a guy wants!

Pros: Heated seating, Navigation system, Acceleration, Interior, lighting, and T.Vs inside car.

Cons: Gas mileage ( Only 13 miles per gallon city and 18 miles per gallon highway ).

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2006 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate 4WDReview
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Luxury At A Fraction Of The Price — For an SUV made in 2006, I'm impressed with the options this truck has. Touch screen nav and radio, remote start, voice activated audio and nav controls, dual zone climate control, steering wheel mounted audio and climate controls, heated and air conditioned seats, power folding mirrors, power extending running boards, power adjustable pedals, power lift gate, power sunroof, power third row folding seats, and HID headlights. It has a dvd/aux entertainment system with wireless headphones and full rear climate and audio controls for the back passengers. Once upon a time this truck cost $55,000 and 7 years later it still looks, feels, and drives that way. That being said, the power running boards will rot under the plastic. Take precautionary steps and spray them with a rust preventing paint etc. or have them replaced entirely with fixed running boards. Eventually your air suspension will go, expensive to fix. Leaf spring kits are available to replace the air suspension, but I haven't seen many positive reviews about them.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Timeless styling, great chrome, appealing stock rims, quality leather, power EVERYTHING

Cons: Running boards will rot out... especially in New England. Air suspension will eventually go as well. So many options you forget you have some of them

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2006 Lincoln Navigator Luxury RWD Review
GuruVV7Z4 says:
I love this navigator so much I have owned it since 2006 I have never had any problems and the power in it is amazing...especially helpful for getting on the freeway or passing.the inside is gorgeous, love the leather it really is quality..I have the paint color Cashmere!! i still have people ask me what color it is.will own another one
vs2002 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD
2006 Lincoln Navigator Luxury RWD winning categories:
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Cargo Capacity Ranked 2002 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD worse.
"with the easy push button seats the back seems bigger.."
Would Buy Ranked 2002 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD worse.
"seems more luxurious than the sporty expediton"
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2006 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate 4WD Review
brinkleyt422 says:
vs2006 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD
2006 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate 4WD winning categories:
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Handling Ranked 2006 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD worse.
"Air suspension"
Looks/Style Ranked 2006 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD worse.
"Trim"
2006 Lincoln Navigator Luxury RWD Review
John says:
Good family SUV with all the needed accessories.
vs2008 Lincoln Navigator
2006 Lincoln Navigator Luxury RWD winning categories:
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Power Ranked 2008 Lincoln Navigator worse.
"Didnt they are equal in power!"
Would Buy Ranked 2008 Lincoln Navigator better.
"Already own the 2006 and would upgrade to a 2008 or higher."
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Great car, very clean, pristine condition. Has plenty of power, just what we needed for our family with plenty of nice gadgets. We love it. Read More

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