The 2020 Lincoln Nautilus is well-equipped in base form, and lavish at the top end, but you’ll have to decide if top trims are worth the price of entry. We give it 9 out of 10 for features, service coverage, and infotainment.
The Nautilus comes in three trims for 2020 instead of four like last year. The Select model is gone; base, Reserve, and Black Label remain.
The base $42,035 Nautilus gets 10-way power seats, synthetic leather, touchscreen infotainment with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automatic climate control, a digital gauge cluster, 18-inch wheels, a power rear liftgate, and active safety tech like automatic braking and active lane control.
The $49,495 Nautilus Reserve adds 22-way seats, heated rear seats and steering wheel, a panoramic roof, perforated leather seats, satellite navigation, 20-inch wheels, wood trim, and more. Adaptive cruise control, automatic park assist, a surround-view camera system, and other safety features are available, as are bigger wheels, a 19-speaker Revel stereo, and LED headlights. We’d option this to $55,630 with the available twin-turbo V-6 and AWD.
The $64,795 Nautilus Black Label trim is top-of-the-line, and includes a choice of three interior themes, all of which have a distinct color scheme and fine leather, wood, and metal trim. It also gets 21-inch wheels, LED headlights, and that excellent 19-speaker Revel audio system as standard.
The Nautilus warranty covers the car for 4 years/50,000 miles, and owners can schedule pickup and delivery for service calls, a nice touch that offsets the standard maintenance offered by rivals on their SUVs.
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