Grand Wagoneer vs Lincoln Navigator
Grand Wagoneer vs. Lincoln Navigator
The full-size luxury SUV market is a tough one, with many options to choose from. The Lincoln Navigator has been around for a while now, same with the Grand Wagoneer. So let’s take a look at these two SUV in a head-to-head comparison.
2022 Grand Wagoneer Power
With two engine options, buyers will choose a 6.4-liter V-8 engine or a 5.7-liter V-8 engine. Grand Wagoneer owners that chose the 5.7-liter will gain monumental technology with a 48-volt eTorque hybrid. The 6.4 liters will get them a best-in-class tow rating of 10,000 lbs. Thanks to its cylinder deactivation capabilities, the 5.7-liter will be standard on the 22 Grand Wagoneer, providing drivers with 392 horsepower and state-of-the-art fuel enhancing technology. Grand Wagoneer owners will benefit from the Quadra-Lift air suspension system that can increase ride height by 3.6. The system will offer four air springs in the corners. This Quadra-Lift air suspension will adjust automatically and manually. The Grand Wagoneer offers five height settings, all of which will provide an outstanding ride performance.
2021 Lincoln Navigator Power
The Lincoln Navigator comes with a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 with 450 horsepower. It too has selectable drive modes, Slippery, Excite, Conserve, Deep Conditions, and Normal. There is an available sixth mode, Snow Climb, only available on four-wheel-drive models. You will have to pay extra if you want a four-wheel-drive system as it is not a standard feature, unlike the 2022 Grand Wagoneer. The 2021 Navigator offers an adaptive suspension system that controls the up-and-down movement of the wheels when driving on uneven surfaces and over potholes. This system helps decrease the stress of harsh driving situations without compromising the comfort within.
2022 Grand Wagoneer Design
Grand Wagoneer offers available innovative storage options and dynamic seating that accommodates up to eight passengers. Plus, available premium materials provide inviting comfort and durability to satisfy the entire family—experience different degrees of rejuvenating comfort no matter how long the journey. The Grand Wagoneer front cabin offers state-of-the-art available 24-way adjustable power seats that feature massage and memory capability, while Wagoneer offers 12-way adjustable power seats. Soundtrack your journey with Industry-Exclusive McIntosh Audio. This finely tuned sound system delivers a sonic quality that will impress the most ardent audiophile. Grand Wagoneer hosts a wealth of premium features that push the boundaries of interior space, comfort, and convenience.
2021 Lincoln Navigator Design
The Navigator interior offers leather seats and a 10-inch touchscreen that is nice but nothing compared to the Grand Wagoneers. The Navigator comes with a wireless charging pad. Buyers can opt for either a seven-passenger or an eight. When the third-row seat is up, there are 19.3 cubic feet of luggage space. Several colors are available for the interior, tranquil light blue/grey color called Blue Bay offered exclusively in the Black Label trim. Passengers will enjoy seamless connectivity with the 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspo that enables ten devices to be connected simultaneously. With the SYNC 3 system, you can connect and control your smartphone with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
It is clear to see that both of these SUVs offer size and luxuries, but the Grand Wagoneer is larger and far more luxurious. Plus, its technology blows the doors off the Navigator. If you would like to learn more about the Grand Wagoneer or if you would like to reserve your own Grand Wagoneer, then Pinckney Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is here for you.