For sale is our 2008 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate. We are the second owners of this beautiful, dealer serviced, garage kept SUV. It's Adult Driven, Accident Free with Clean Carfax and includes a fully transferrable 7 year/100k mile factory "premium-plus" warranty! Valid though 9/2014 or 100k Miles ($75 Transfer Fee)
This SUV includes ALL the options- Factory Navigation & DVD System with Wireless Headphones, 6-CD Changer, Satellite Radio, Aux Input & iPod Interface, Microsoft SYNC, THX Sound System, Bluetooth, Steering Wheel Controls, 3-Zone Climate Control, Parking Sensors, Backup Camera, Power Windows & Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Moonroof, Power Lift-Gate, Power Folding/Heated Mirrors, Power Deploying Running Boards, 8-Way Power Seats, Power Tilt Steering Column & Adjustable Pedals, Power Folding 3rd Row, Heated/Cooled Seats, Automatic HID Headlights w/Fog Lamps, Auto Dimming Rearview Mirror, Turn-Signal Mirrors, Heavy Duty Tow Package with Load Leveling, Radar Detector, Homelink Remote, Entry Keypad, Remote Keyless Entry, Remote Start, Keyless Start & Handsfree Entry *(Unlocks doors as you approach, and locks doors as you walk away)*
This SUV also features the Chrome Appearance Package with 20" Chrome Wheels, Chrome Door Handles & Lower Bodyside Molding, Chrome Mirror Caps and a Chromed Roof Rack. New Brakes, Rotors & Michelin Tires 4k Miles Ago! ALL Records from new, Recently Serviced, K&N Air Filter, TWO Sets of Floor-Mats (1 Rubber/1 Carpet), All Manuals Included with 2 Sets of Keys and 2 Keyfobs, Hitch Cover and Wiring Harness. With a Powerful and Responsive V8, Amazingly Smooth Air Suspension and a low 74k miles. Original Price was $64k!! Save BIG Over New!
Exterior is in Great Shape! NO Dents, Dings, or Curb Rash, Just a few very minor blemishes that can easily be buffed out! Interior is Very Clean, with NO Rips, Tears or Odors! The only notable item is some minor wear on the Driver's Seat. I was quoted $200 to fix this to make it look brand new!
Contact us with any questions! Thanks!
Lincoln Navigator for Sale
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Mon, 15 Sep 2014 18:01:00 EST
It has been two years since Lincoln first announced its plans to expand into China, and the first models destined for sale in the giant automotive market just came off the boat in Shanghai on September 10. It's going to be a few weeks before Chinese buyers actually have the chance to get behind the wheel, though.
Thu, 17 Apr 2014 15:02:00 EST
The first two models being offered to China are the MKZ and MKC, as seen arriving in these photos, and they are going to be sold at dealers that look more like hotels than traditional showrooms. The first four are opening in Beijing, Shanghai and Hangzhou in October, with a grand unveiling of the new brand to Chinese consumers later that month. By the end of the year, Lincoln wants to have eight dealers operating in seven cities. By 2016, the automaker wants to have a lineup of five models available in the People's Republic.
"This is the culmination of months of teamwork and collaboration both in North America and here in China," said Robert Parker, President of Lincoln China, in the company's release.
We've been speculating for years about the future of Lincoln. Some thought that Ford needed to kill the division like it did Mercury, while others saw the sales possibility in a brand with so much history. Ford has finally made a decision, and it wasn't what many people were expecting. Lincoln is launching in China this fall, with the brand rollout starting at the upcoming Beijing Motor Show. A new video hints that we might even get to see the concept for the next-generation MKX.
Mon, 25 Mar 2013 11:00:00 EST
Lincoln is marketing itself in China as a customer-focused, high-end luxury ownership experience. To prove it, the Lincoln Space in Beijing is meant both as a prototype dealer and a grand show of its plans. The modernist structure looks more like an art museum than a car showroom, and the interior decor is like a high-end hotel lobby. The company says that every dealer is going to have license plate recognition technology that knows when an owner arrives, and there will also be a Personalization Studio where potential buyers can design their car with family. Lincoln is promising to have eight showrooms ready in seven cities by this fall.
Of course, a stylish showroom is nothing without cars to sell. Lincoln is promising five models on sale in China by 2016. The MKZ and MKC launch this fall. A midsize luxury SUV, a fullsize luxury sedan and the Navigator are coming later. All of the models sold there are being imported from North America.
After an excessive number of recalls on the 2013 Escape and Fusion, we can't really fault Ford for being a little extra cautious with the launch of the 2013 Lincoln MKZ. Last month, we reported that dealer supply of the car was extremely limited due to more attention being paid to quality checks of cars rolling off the assembly line, which led to a 73-percent drop in MKZ sales from last year on top of a 32-year low in monthly sales for Lincoln in January.
The reason for the delay was that the sedans were being shipped from the Hermosillo, Mexico assembly plant to be inspected even closer at Ford's Flat Rock, Michigan plant before they were able to head to dealers. Things seem to be straightening out for Lincoln and the MKZ's production now, as Automotive News is reporting that supply should be up to a "normal level" by the end of this month.