Drivers who are in the market for a luxury SUV but don’t want to pay the expensive sticker price should consider a used Lincoln Navigator. The Navigator has been known for its sleek style and premium interior since its addition to the Lincoln lineup. Used models offer an impressive value and could easily allow drivers to save a good chunk of change by the time they leave the lot.
A used Lincoln Navigator will still boast a number of premium features, like leather seats, and a spacious interior that offers plenty of utility. The durable design means that the Navigator will last for years to come with little effort involved cosmetically.
When it comes down to value, a used model will almost always beat a new vehicle. The Lincoln Navigator comes at a much lower cost due to the fact that it has already gone through depreciation. New vehicles tend to lose a large chunk of their value, up to 40%, as soon as they leave the lot so a used Navigator is a bargain no matter how you look at it.
While it’s true that new vehicles come with the most up-to-date safety technologies, used models can be just as safe for attentive drivers. The 2016 Lincoln Navigator, for example, earned a top five-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. That rating has been consistent over the past few years as well with the 2015 model also earning a top five-star safety rating.
If you'd like to know more about the LincolnNavigator or perhaps even buy a used one, just give us a call at 800-528-9019 or visit us at Mama's Used Cars. We'd love to see you!
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