Last post on Apr 25, 2010 at 8:22 PM
You are in the Lincoln Navigator
What is this discussion about?
Lincoln Navigator, SUV
#187 of 196 Re: Missing features??? [lylet]
Apr 25, 2010 (7:48 pm)
You should be DRIVING-not talking. You can get a blue tooth accessory for your phone at BEST BUY-hmmmm maybe for 49 bucks, or do you want it rolled in the proce of the car for 490 bucks?
#188 of 196 Re: WOW..... [rockylee]
Apr 25, 2010 (7:51 pm)
You need a lesson-Cadillac is good, but not the best. BMW actually makes a much better car, but their x5 is built on a car frame-not a truck frame.
Cadillac and Lincoln are very comparable. This is not rocket science.
#189 of 196 Re: WOW..... [rockylee]
Apr 25, 2010 (7:55 pm)
On Star is a joke!
My parents where in a bad accident with their cadillac and the on star agent was arguing with them about their location-they where in error by 100 miles!
How often are you in an accident where NO one is around? And everyone has a cell phone anymore. Plus it cost money for the service-useless. I would never use it.
Oh I left my keys in the car-thanks on star-that was worth a few hundred bucks a year!!
#190 of 196 Re: WOW..... [markdi]
by steve_ HOST
Apr 25, 2010 (7:59 pm)
It's nice to breathe a little life into the forum but I'm not sure that replying to four year old posts is making the air any fresher.
#191 of 196 Re: WOW..... [akirby]
Apr 25, 2010 (8:04 pm)
large chrome wheels on an suv are counter intuitive-they look stupid
#192 of 196 Re: Well so far the Jury says.... [rockylee]
Apr 25, 2010 (8:07 pm)
You would spend your money on, or you did?
You dont even own any of these-how can you comment on them if you dont own them?
#194 of 196 Re: Navi in person [heyjewel]
Apr 25, 2010 (8:14 pm)
soooo. do you like the cheap birds eye swirl look of the escalade better? At least the nav looke like real wood. The escalade leaves nothing to the imagination-it is all plastic. Cheap and loose fitting. The climate controls look like something from the 80's.
#195 of 196 to set the record straight-NAV is much better
Apr 25, 2010 (8:22 pm)
I actually set out to buy an escalade, only because that is what I saw first. I test drove it 3 times. One thing stuck in my mind-the ultra cheap plastic wood. Does not even try to look like wood. Everything was flimsy. The steering was sloppy, and when you went over bumps, it felt like a 10 year old car with 200k miles on it. Why? Because my current suv is a BMW X5. This is the epitomy of tight steering, and well appointed interiors. Nothing flimsy here. However, I need a larger vehicle with a better tow rating.
I test drove the Navigator one time, and I was sold immediately. Tight steering almost as good as the BMW. Super smooth suspension. Very quiet interior. Interior was built much better. WAY better vehicle than the Cadillac.