2019 Lincoln Nautilus

This vehicle is warm and personally crafted for the consumer. Lauren Fix from Car Coach Reports takes the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus for a test drive in this expert car review.

SPECS:
Engine: Turbocharged 2.0L or Twin-Turbocharged 2.7L V6
AWD or FWD
18”, 20” or 21” wheels
tow up to 3,500 lbs.
MPGs:
2.0L
21 city / 25 hwy / 23 combined
2.7L
18 city / 27 hwy / 21 combined
Price: starts at $41,335
Black Label: $57,890

Concierge-
– Pick up & delivery service – US only soon to Canada.
– Increases service at dealer and chances to drive new product.
– Customer service is tops.

Partnering with Clear – gives 6 months of service with Black Label.

Personal Driver service – takes you out to dinner, take kids to school. LA and Dallas only to start.

Made in Canada.

– LED lighting with turning headlamps
– rear backup camera washer
– Approach detection turns in lights
– 12” hi res screen like the Navigator.
– 22- way seats 👍
– Waze is standard, Rebel audio capabilities with Tidal app for hi res audio.
– Copilot 360 suite of safety features standard plus Lane Centering.

Competes:
BMW X5
Audi Q5
Acura RDX
Cadillac XT5
LEXUS RX
Infiniti QX70
Mercedes GLE
XC60

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