2013 & 2014 Lincoln SUV Reviews & Ratings

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Lincoln SUV Review

Before Lincoln SUVs exploded onto the market, this was a brand known for their luxury sedans. When you wanted a comfortable family-hauler or a top-of-the-line corporate vehicle, you turned to Lincoln. Today, the line’s stellar reputation has carried over to their coveted line of SUVs. These may not be sport utility vehicles that everyone can afford, but they sure are those that everyone dreams about.

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Lincoln MKT SUV Crossover

Lincoln MKT SUV Crossover
Year
2013
MSRP
$45,285
Fuel Economy
17 City / 25 Highway
Engine
3.7L V6
Seats
7
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Rating: 2.6/5
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Lincoln MKX SUV Crossover

Lincoln MKX SUV Crossover
Year
2013
MSRP
$39,545
Fuel Economy
19 City / 26 Highway
Engine
3.7L V6
Seats
5
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Rating: 2.4/5
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Lincoln Navigator SUV

Lincoln Navigator SUV
Year
2013
MSRP
$57,775
Fuel Economy
14 City / 20 Highway
Engine
5.4L V8
Seats
7
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Rating: 2.4/5
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Lincoln SUV Reviews

Before Lincoln SUVs exploded onto the market, this was a brand known for their luxury sedans. When you wanted a comfortable family-hauler or a top-of-the-line corporate vehicle, you turned to Lincoln. Today, the line’s stellar reputation has carried over to their coveted line of SUVs. These may not be sport utility vehicles that everyone can afford, but they sure are those that everyone dreams about.

What few people know is that the vision of quality and craftsmanship was pretty much planned out nearly a century ago. After all, the line was named for Abraham Lincoln, so how could it not be naturally respected and adored?

The introduction of the Navigator in 1988 sparked a rebirth and new future of the Lincoln line, as this is an SUV that continues to dominate the luxury SUV segment all these years later. This is one of the most recognized vehicles on the road for a long list of reasons.

The Navigator remains a preferred pick for those with a load to tow. Its 5.4-liter V8 may not win races against some of its competition, but it can tow as much as 9,100 pounds, and it manages to do it in style.

High-grade materials, touchable finishes and noise insulation adds the details that remind you you’re in a luxury cabin.

Sync AppLink allows you to control some of your favorite apps by voice. Have texts read aloud to you, request turn-by-turn directions and enjoy hands-free calling all through this app. Backseat passengers stay entertained with an available dual-headrest DVD system and a THX®II Certified 5.1 surround audio system will blow your mind with its sound quality. A subwoofer, 14 speakers and 600 watts of power should satisfy anyone. Navigator competes with Cadillac Escalade, Lexus LX 570, Infiniti QX56 and Mercedes-Benz GL-Class.

In the luxury crossover segment, the 2013 Lincoln MKX is a strong competitor. A starting MSRP of $39,545 makes it slightly more affordable than its Navigator relative, but right in line with its direct competition, which includes Volvo XC60, Mercedes-Benz GLK350, Lexus RX 350, Cadillac SRX, Audi Q5 and Acura RDX.

This five-passenger crossover is available in one nicely loaded trim, with keyless ignition, 18-inch alloy wheels, the MyKey system rear parking sensors, MyLincoln Touch and Sync interface, a 10-speaker sound system and a whole lot more. Then, the Premium, Elite and Limited packages add on their own goodies, like 20-inch chrome wheels, 10 GB of digital music storage, panoramic sunroof and heated second row seats.

Last is the Lincoln MKT Wagon that competes nicely against other luxury crossovers, such as Audi Q7, Acura MDX and Buick Enclave. A base trim of $45,285 is more than generously loaded, with a strong 3.7-liter V6 engine, 19-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, a sunroof, leather upholstery, satellite radio and everything else you would expect from a Lincoln.

This three-row crossover can sit up to seven passengers, and offers plenty of room for customization through the EcoBoost and Elite trims. EcoBoost gives you a more powerful engine, adaptive suspension dampers and all-wheel drive, while Elite adds on all this plus a blind spot monitoring system, heated steering wheel, powered fold/tumble third-row seat and a 14-speaker premium sound system.