2019 Lincoln Nautilus: American Luxury Stacks Up

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Posted on May 27, 2019
2019 Lincoln Nautilus (Photo: Lincoln)

2019 Lincoln Nautilus (Photo: Lincoln)

Black Label is Lincoln's highest level of luxury trim. As the company puts it, Black Label "offers premium materials in specially curated designer themes, along with a host of membership privileges." Beyond high-end touches such as massage chairs and patterned, ventilated leather seats, Black Label owners get remote delivery, free car washes, annual detailing, and a four-year, 50,000-mile maintenance plan that includes pickup and delivery.

Ars Technica article here

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  • Michael

     | about 6 months ago

    Another meh crossover, it's priced outside the acceptable range for what amounts to a vehicle that will function as a sedan. Spending $20k over the price of an XTS doesn't translate into revenue per trip from our passengers. Once again showing the complete lack of thought from Ford/Lincoln brand towards our industry.

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