Lincoln now makes four SUVs, and the company is making an effort to make each one luxurious. While these SUVs are mostly Ford rebadged in leather, calling them that doesn’t do these up-to-date, luxurious SUVs justice. While the little Corsair gets a significant update this year, what else can we expect from Lincoln?
The 2023 Corsair gets a tech and styling upgrade
The Corsair finds itself in a tough market, having to compete with small SUVs from Audi, BMW, Infiniti and others. With its 250-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder or 266-horsepower plug-in hybrid engine, however, it has a slightly different mission than those performance SUVs. However, for 2023, it gets a new grille, new colors and a couple of bigger screens paired with SYNC, and it loses out on an engine option.
Though it’s not as eager to corner as, say, a BMW X3, it delivers solid American luxury. Although the base trim starts at around $40,000, the Grand Touring with its plug-in efficiency is something not to be forgotten.
Lincoln Nautilus SUV Moves Mostly to 2023
The Nautilus was all-new for the 2021 model year and still looks fresh, so other than the colors it hasn’t changed. The Nautilus slots between the Corsair and the Aviator as a larger five-passenger SUV. It comes with two versions of the Ford EcoBoost engines, either the standard 250 horsepower version or an impressive 335 horsepower turbocharged V6.
The Nautilus is interesting because the US version is made in Ontario, Canada, while a similar version is made for that market in China. The Nautilus gets the latest version of Ford’s easy-to-use SYNC system to control most options. It also has a 13.2-inch landscape display that is easy on the eyes. It also comes standard with Co-Pilot360 driver safety aids. The Nautilus starts at $44,825,,
The Aviator Gets Some New Colors, PHEV Power
The big news for the Aviator in 2023 is its new Black Label package. The Black Label adds black trim and wheels, but that’s about it. The seven-seat Aviator is now in its second generation, having launched in 2020. The 2023 Aviator starts at $53,340, however it also comes as a plug-in hybrid version that combines a V6 with an electric motor to make 494 horsepower. . .
The Navigator Maintains Its Leading Status
Lincoln’s 2023 eight-passenger full-size SUV gets some new colors and towing upgrades, according to JD Power. But that’s about it for the brand’s flagship monster-sized SUV. The Navigator starts at $70,725, but options like center-row captain’s chairs, ActiveGlide hands-free highway driving and much more are available. You can also order it in an extra-long L version that adds some legroom and cargo space on the way back.