design
2022 Grand Wagoneer
Features & Specs
2021 Lincoln Navigator
Standard
Leather Interior
Available
Standard
Adaptive Cruise Control
Available
4-Wheel Drive
Drivetrain
All-Wheel Drive
9,850 pounds
Maximum Towing Capacity
8,700 pounds

2022 Grand Wagoneer vs Lincoln Navigator

It's no secret that shopping for a new car is a very important decision. Part of what makes it so difficult to choose your next car is the number of options before you! There are tons of great options within the three-row SUV market, and all of them claim to be the most luxurious, with the most powerful engine. So, how do you tell which one is best for you? If you're in the Celina, Ohio area and currently seeking your next vehicle, then Bud's Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is here to help! Continued below, we'll be diving into the details of two different SUVs, the 2022 Grand Wagoneer, and the 2021 Lincoln Navigator. The Grand Wagoneer is new to the market, but it's making a name for itself as a strong and stylish SUV. The Navigator has a reputation behind it, but can it stand up against the Grand Wagoneer? Keep reading to learn more!

2022 Grand Wagoneer Power & Handling

When it comes to power and capability, the Grand Wagoneer really shines. Its elegant exterior houses a potent 6.4-liter V8 engine which supplies the Grand Wagoneer with 471 horsepower and 455 lb-ft of torque. There's also the added benefit of a TorqueFlite 8-speed automatic transmission which provides smooth shifting between gears, and helps increase fuel-efficiency. The Grand Wagoneer also has standard 4-wheel drive on all four of its trim levels, featuring the legendary Quadra-Drive II 4X4 system, as well as standard Quadra-Lift Air Suspension for a maximum ground clearance of 10 inches. In terms of capability, the Grand Wagoneer can perform exceptionally well both on and off-road, with a 24-inch water fording capability, and a maximum towing capacity of up to 9,850 pounds when fitted with the Heavy Duty Trailer Tow Package. There's also an Advanced All-Terrain Group for the adventurous driver, which adds skid plates, tow hooks, hill-descent control, and more!

2021 Lincoln Navigator Power & Handling

The 2021 Lincoln Navigator utilizes one powertrain option that it keeps consistent throughout the trim levels in its lineup. The powertrain in question features a 3.5-liter V6 engine which is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Unlike the Grand Wagoneer, there's no V8 engine option available to the Navigator. Also unlike the Grand Wagoneer, 4-wheel drive is not an available drivetrain option. Instead, the Navigator features standard rear-wheel drive, with all-wheel drive available for all trim levels. The only trim level which includes all-wheel drive as standard is the top-level Black Label. In terms of output, the Navigator's V6 supplies 450 horsepower and 501 lb-ft of torque. Despite what one might expect from figures like these, its towing capacity is actually less than the Grand Wagoneer, rated at 8,700 pounds. Also, there is unfortunately not much to offer in terms of off-roading capabilities.

2022 Grand Wagoneer Features & Design

The Grand Wagoneer's design pushes the limits of what you'd expect from a three-row SUV. Each and every trim level features standard leather seating, with Nappa leather on the Series I, and Palermo leather on all subsequent trims. There's also standard LED headlights, a tri-pane panoramic sunroof, and an acoustic-laminated windshield, all as standard equipment. The dashboard features a 12-inch Uconnect 5 infotainment touchscreen, which features standard wireless connectivity for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, and integrated navigation with Over-the-Air updates. There's also available Amazon Alexa technology with voice commands, so you can easily manage various controls totally hands-free. Other features include an available front-passenger display touchscreen, four-zone automatic climate control, customizable ambient interior lighting, and power-deployable running boards.

2021 Lincoln Navigator Features & Design

The Navigator's design has a strong and distinctive exterior due to its large size and squared-off shape. Its grille features the Lincoln emblem as the centerpiece, with a unique spoked design for the wheels. For 2021, the Navigator features three trim levels, with varying features available on each one. In terms of standard features, the first trim level offers three-zone automatic climate control, heated seats for the first two rows, cloth upholstery, and power running boards. For safety features, the Lincoln Navigator provides blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, and forward-collision mitigation. Unlike the Grand Wagoneer, adaptive cruise control does not come standard, and is only offered once you reach the second trim or above. Some additional features found throughout the lineup include a panoramic sunroof, 22-inch wheels, 24-way power-adjustable front seats, and leather upholstery.

Conclusion:

As you can see by now, while both of these premium SUVs have a wealth of features that they bring to the table, one of them is the clear winner here. We highly recommend the 2022 Grand Wagoneer to anyone currently seeking a three-row SUV as their next vehicle. Its power, capability, and features are simply unmatched, and will provide a luxurious experience for everyone on board. To learn more about the Grand Wagoneer, call or visit us today at Bud's Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram! You can also check out our current inventory right here on our website. However you choose to shop, we look forward to working with you soon!


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