The Lincoln Nautilus, new for 2019, is a revamped version of Lincoln's MKX. This luxury SUV seats five and offers excellent towing capacity, power, and interior comfort. It has also received top safety ratings. "US News and World Report" magazine gives it an 8.2/10 rating, citing its good value, comfortable interior and excellent safety equipment and ratings. This vehicle is available in four trims, ranging from the basic front-wheel drive to the ultra-luxurious, all-wheel drive Black Label model.
What type of engine and transmission comes with the Lincoln Nautilus?
The Nautilus comes with a choice of a turbocharged 2.0L engine or a turbocharged 2.7L V6 engine. The transmission on the Nautilus is an eight-speed automatic transmission. This replaces the six-speed transmission on the MKX.
What type of gas mileage can I expect to get with the Nautilus?
Since the Nautilus is a new vehicle, there are no EPA gas mileage estimates yet it. However, other vehicles in its class have gotten around 18-19 mpg in the city and around 25-26 mpg on the highway.
What colors does the Nautilus come in?
The Nautilus comes in your choice of black, gray, burgundy, red, white, silver, blue, pearl, brown or mocha. Interior color choices include ebony or cappuccino soft touch seats. The Black Label model comes with three interior cockpit designs as well as an option for onyx, cashmere or jet black Venetian leather seats.
What are some of the safety features offered on the Nautilus?
The 2018 Nautilus received a perfect five out of five rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the highest possible rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Safety features on the Nautilus include a standard rear back up camera and rear parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, active lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, active park assist, and a 360-degree camera.
Can you tell me some of the specs for the Nautilus?
The Nautilus weighs 4,168 pounds and measures 76.1" wide and 66.2" high with a wheelbase of 112.2". It has a maximum trailering capacity of 2,000 pounds.
What are some of the information and entertainment options on the Nautilus?
The Nautilus comes equipped with a premium, ten-speaker AM/FM radio and CD player with MP3 capability and Lincoln's patented SYNC 3 navigation and communications system with a touchscreen. The Black Label model comes with voice-activated controls. Upgrades include a rear seat entertainment system.
How much does the Lincoln Nautilus cost?
The manufacturer's suggested retail price for the Nautilus ranges from $40,340 for the basic front-wheel-drive model to $59,300 for the all-wheel-drive Black Label model. Lincoln offers a four-year, 50,000-mile basic warranty and a six-year, 70,000-mile powertrain warranty. A few of the extra amenities that come with a Black Label Lincoln include lifetime roadside assistance, four years or 50,000 miles of complimentary maintenance, the Lincoln app. The app allows you to monitor and communicate with your vehicle no matter where you are located. It also comes with complimentary car washes and Lincoln door-to-door service program that delivers a loaner car to you and picks up your Lincoln when it needs maintenance or service.