2022 Wagoneer vs 2022 Lincoln Navigator

May 7th, 2022 by

2022 Wagoneer vs 2022 Navigator

The premium SUVs that pack a punch under the hood are full of the latest technologies. But which one is best? We will explore the similarities and differences between these two Luxury all American brands.


2022 Wagoneer Review

Starting from MSRP of $58,995 for the Series I is the base Wagoneer, with Series II and III available for those looking for more options. The latter of which starts at $74,640 MSRP. From the factory each Wagoneer gets a 5.7L V8 with almost 400hp and Series II and III have 8,790 and 7,400lbs towing capacity respectively.


The latest Jeep comes with three row seating as standard for up to 8 occupants. With a luxury interior full of leather, suede, and walnut finishes available that can be configured to your taste. Its panoramic sunroof offers incredible visibility and is triple paned for all occupants to look out from.


Many standard features are included in the Series I. Auto headlights, 18” alloy wheels, Capri leather trimmed seats, power driver’s seat with lumbar support, heated and ventilated front seats, 10.1 inch front display with Navigation, second row dual charge USB ports, Carplay and Android Auto, tri-zone air conditioning, 10.25 inch cluster display, auxiliary power outlet, heated steering wheel and power adjustable pedals.


The standard safety features include blind spot and rear cross path detection, full speed forward collision warning, hill start assist, Parkview rear back up camera, park sense front and rear park assist and remote start. 


The Series II and III add adaptive cruise control as standard, along with upgraded leather interior, wireless charging pads and active lane management amongst a few interior and exterior style upgrades.


Exciting options on all Wagoneer’s include 10.1 inch rear screens to keep the kids entertained, front passenger interactive display, window shades for the second row, 360 surround view camera, parallel and perpendicular park assist, intersection collision assistance, traffic sign recognition, trailer brake control and trailer hitch up assist. 


2022 Lincoln Navigator Review

The much pricier Navigator starts with the base Standard model at $77,000 and rises to $105,990 MSRP for the Black Label edition. The Reserve comes in between these two and begins at $89,185 MSRP. All models have Twin Turbo 3.5L V6 powerplant and smooth 10 speed auto (over the Wagoneer’s 8-speed). 


For that extra $20,000 vs the Wagoneer you do get auto high beams as standard, adaptive projector headlamps, wood accents on the interior, 12 inch instrument cluster display (over the 10 inch in the Wagoneer), ambient lighting, adaptive cruise control with lane centering assist and speed sign recognition, plus a wireless charging pad. 


Upgrades in the Black Label edition include head up display, Revel Ultima 3D Audio System, 30 way front seats, power memory passenger seat, illuminated belt buckles and CoPilot 2.0 Drive (and CoPilot 2.0 Towing as an option).


Navigator comes with CoPilot 360 2.0 Vision system as standard. Which is taken from Ford and includes pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, blind spot information system with cross-traffic alert, lane-keeping system, rear view camera, reverse brake assist, reverse sensing system and post-collision braking.



Overall, the look for both models are of supreme class. They are both able to carry up to 8 people with 3 row seating and have large alloy wheels with high driving positions as you would expect. For the extra $20,000 you do get a lot of options, although most of these can be chosen in the Wagoneer when building your next SUV. The mpg values are very similar even though the Navigator has less power and a smaller engine. Therefore, it is only worth going for the Navigator if you have the budget, prefer a more luxury interior and are dedicated to the Lincoln brand.


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