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The Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury SUV marketed and sold by the Lincoln brand of Ford Motor Company since the 1998 model year. Sold primarily in North America, the Navigator is the Lincoln counterpart of the Ford Expedition . While not the longest vehicle ever sold by the brand (it is shorter than the 1958–1960 Lincolns and the 1969–1979 Lincoln Continentals), it is the heaviest production Lincoln ever built. Considering its Ford counterpart, it is also the Lincoln with the greatest cargo capacity and the first non-limousine Lincoln to offer seating for more than six people.

The Lincoln Navigator was the first Lincoln (aside from the ill-fated Lincoln Versailles ) to be produced in a factory outside the Wixom Assembly Plant since 1958. From 1997 to 2009, production was sourced at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan . Since 2007, production has also been sourced from the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, Kentucky .

At the end of the 1980s, in the United States, sport-utility vehicles gradually began to transition from dedicated off-road vehicles towards dedicated family vehicles, similar to station wagons. In 1991, the Jeep Grand Wagoneer ended its 28-year production run. However, by the time of its discontinuation, the vehicle had gained a famous reputation for its high content, featuring the same content as a luxury sedan. Following its official entry into the United States in 1987, the Range Rover was upgraded in trim corresponding with its higher price.

The Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury SUV marketed and sold by the Lincoln brand of Ford Motor Company since the 1998 model year. Sold primarily in North America, the Navigator is the Lincoln counterpart of the Ford Expedition . While not the longest vehicle ever sold by the brand (it is shorter than the 1958–1960 Lincolns and the 1969–1979 Lincoln Continentals), it is the heaviest production Lincoln ever built. Considering its Ford counterpart, it is also the Lincoln with the greatest cargo capacity and the first non-limousine Lincoln to offer seating for more than six people.

The Lincoln Navigator was the first Lincoln (aside from the ill-fated Lincoln Versailles ) to be produced in a factory outside the Wixom Assembly Plant since 1958. From 1997 to 2009, production was sourced at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan . Since 2007, production has also been sourced from the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, Kentucky .

At the end of the 1980s, in the United States, sport-utility vehicles gradually began to transition from dedicated off-road vehicles towards dedicated family vehicles, similar to station wagons. In 1991, the Jeep Grand Wagoneer ended its 28-year production run. However, by the time of its discontinuation, the vehicle had gained a famous reputation for its high content, featuring the same content as a luxury sedan. Following its official entry into the United States in 1987, the Range Rover was upgraded in trim corresponding with its higher price.

The Lincoln Continental has been revived as the new flagship vehicle of the brand . Exclusive features such as Lincoln ’s 30-way Perfect Position front seats, E-Latch door handles, and a 400-hp 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 that will be used only on Lincoln vehicles.

Originally a 1939 one-off vehicle, the Lincoln Continental eventually went into production as a large luxury car from 1939 to 1948. The first-generation Continental was one of the last mass produced American cars to feature a V-12 engine. A second-generation model didn’t appear until the late 1950s as part of a standalone Continental brand. Unlike the first generation, which was offered as a coupe or convertible, the second-generation Continental was only available as a coupe. The third-generation Continental gained additional body styles including a convertible, two coupe variants, two sedan styles, and a limousine.

From 1961 and onward, the Continental lineup was consolidated within the Lincoln lineup and was trimmed to three body styles: coupe, convertible, and sedan. Compared to the car it replaces, the fourth-generation Continental was much smaller and was now closely related to the Ford Thunderbird. The car’s most notable feature was its rear-hinged suicide doors. During its production run from 1961 to 1969, the fourth-generation Continental underwent multiple styling refreshes and after 1967, the convertible body style was officially discontinued. The convertible variant of the Continental was also used as a presidential vehicle during John F. Kennedy’s presidency.


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