The Lincoln Navigator is JetSet Luxury on Wheels

Just a heads up, this entire post might be about the stellar interior of this luxe automotive because W.O.W… Trimmed with real wood and outfitted in super soft authentic leather, the inside of this car fronts a decadence on par with a first class jet. Those who have aims at the “jet-set” lifestyle, but can’t bankroll a private aircraft of their own, (so, most of us…), can make believe they can fly in this earthbound stand in of paralleled opulence. 

In addition to having gorgeous accents of premium leather and wood, the car is super spacious; even the backseat supports total relaxation with a sumptuous stretch of first-class level legroom. The seats are also fully adjustable and truly customizable. Not just lumbar support, these bad boys are alterable from the bolsters to the shoulders, and the independent seat angle control for the seat bottom and back are perfect for even the pickiest riders. Those with long legs can also adjust the length of the bottom seat to ensure premium comfort while driving, and the massage feature allows for a relaxing rubdown on the way home from a stressful day at the office. 

As far as driving is concerned, this luxury SUV makes cruising around super easy with premium features such as adapted cruise control with automatic stop and go, and lane keep assist technology. It was an effortless driving experience; even in heavy traffic the car felt almost as though it was driving itself at certain points, and the smooth ride made me feel like I was floating. 

Other favorite features include the panoramic vista roof, which expands the feeling of space and has the added benefit making riders feel as though they are in an SUV luxury convertible. Most of the controls are also very intuitive, so maneuvering around apps and dials is a total breeze. 

All in all, while this car is probably sub-par to the enchantment of a Rolls Royce magic carpet ride, it is a close cousin so far as drive and comfort are concerned, and is definitely better for your budget, starting at below $100k. If you’re on the market for a luxury SUV, I would highly recommend the Lincoln Navigator.