2022 Grand Wagoneer
Features & Specs
2021 Lincoln Navigator
Standard
Leather Interior
Available
9,860 pounds
Maximum Towing Capacity
8,200 Pounds
Standard
Adaptive Cruise Control
Available
27.4 Cubic Feet
Cargo Space
20.9 Cubic Feet

2022 Grand Wagoneer vs Lincoln Navigator

If you're in the market for a new premium three-row SUV, there are probably a lot of questions you're considering. These questions might include, which SUV is right for me? Which one is the most spacious? How many safety features do I want? Are there any features that will keep my friends and family entertained? With so many factors running through your head, it's easy to get overwhelmed by the number of options available today. Here at Reedman-Toll Auto World, we know how much work goes into choosing the right vehicle for your lifestyle, and we want to provide some peace of mind. Below, we'll be comparing the 2022 Grand Wagoneer against the 2021 Lincoln Navigator. Both premium SUVs share certain similarities, as well as a few key differences. Hopefully, we'll help you determine which one you'd rather take home!

2022 Grand Wagoneer Power & Handling

The Grand Wagoneer distinguishes itself from other large luxury SUVs by offering legitimate off-road capability. It comes with standard 4-wheel drive, as well as a Quadra-Lift air suspension system with a maximum height of 10.0 inches. This raised ground clearance also translates to a 24-inch water fording capacity, perfect for crossing streams on an off-road trail. Under the hood, the Grand Wagoneer features a 6.4-liter V8 engine paired with an 8-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission, and together this powertrain is rated at 471 horsepower ad 455 lb-ft of torque. For extra off-road performance, drivers can opt for the Advanced All-Terrain Group, which provides front tow hooks, skid plates, and five Selec-Terrain Traction Management modes. There's also the Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow package which helps the Grand Wagoneer achieve its maximum towing capacity of nearly 10,000 pounds.

2021 Lincoln Navigator Power & Handling

The 2021 Lincoln Navigator is available in three trim levels, each of which is powered by the twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. This powertrain is rated at 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque. Rear-wheel drive is standard on the first two trim, with only the top-tier Black Lable trim receiving standard 4-wheel drive. However, the other two can get 4-wheel drive as an option. Like the Grand Wagoneer, the 2021 Lincoln Navigator also has an available Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package. However, while the Grand Wagoneer can reach a maximum towing capacity of 9,860 pounds, the Lincoln Navigator's maximum towing is just 8,700 pounds. Unfortunately, unlike the Grand Wagoneer, the Navigator does not offer a dedicated off-road package.

2022 Grand Wagoneer Features & Design

The Grand Wagoneer features a modern take on a classic design, with plenty of rich materials like standard Nappa leather, premium quilted Palermo leather, and real open-pore walnut wood. The interior seats up to eight passengers, and each entryway is illuminated by a pool of ambient LED light. The Grand Wagoneer features an impressive standard safety package, including adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, active lane management and much more. Over 120 additional safety features are available across the lineup. There's also the newest-generation 12-inch Uconnect 5 touchscreen, wireless smartphone integration, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, a wireless charging pad, and personal touchscreens available to the front passenger and second-row passengers. There's also an available locking safe, and a temperature-controlled cooling bin.

2021 Lincoln Navigator Features & Design

The 2021 Lincoln Navigator features a three-row setup, seating either seven or eight passengers depending on the configuration you choose. The base trim, simply called the Navigator, is upholstered in imitation leather. It also features a Revel audio system, ambient LED lighting, and heated and ventilated front seats. The mid-tier trim level, the Reserve, features adaptive cruise control with stop and go, a safety feature that is standard on the Grand Wagoneer. It also adds leather upholstery for the first two rows but not the third, and a 360-degree camera. Lastly, the Black Label trim includes a head-up display, massaging front seats, and an upgraded Revel Ultima audio system.

Conclusion:

After taking a closer look at both of these luxury SUVs, it's clear to see that the 2022 Grand Wagoneer is the stronger option between the two. It offers a wider array of standard safety features, leather upholstery on all its trim levels, and a higher maximum towing capacity. It also has features you simply can't get anywhere else, such as new Amazon Fire for Auto technology, and an industry-exclusive McIntosh audio system. To find the 2022 Grand Wagoneer's current availability, you can check in on our new inventory listings right here on our website. To speak with a member of our team, simply give us a call, or visit us at our Langhorne, Pennsylvania location where we proudly serve the greater Philadelphia area. From all of us here at Reedman-Toll Auto World, we look forward to working with you soon!


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