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Simply put, if like the big Lincoln Navigator luxury SUV and want the most interior space possible, the 2011 Navigator L is the pick. It gets about 15 inches of extra length, most of it going to wheelbase—and thus a roomier back seat plus easier ingress/egress to the third row.

But if you live in city or suburbs or anywhere not so wide-open, you'll probably want to do some measuring and put some thought into it. Those extra inches make the 19-foot-long Navigator L one of the longest vehicles sold in the U.S.

The added length doesn't significantly affect performance, and the Navigator L might actually ride a bit better. Otherwise, what we say for the standard Navigator holds true here: It's clearly truck-based but feels like a true luxury vehicle with all the trappings—although, arguably, its styling is looking dated compared to the rest of the Lincoln lineup and performance from its 310-horsepower, 5.4-liter V-8 just isn't a strong point.

For the complete take on the Navigator L, be sure to browse all the pages of our full review for the 2011 Lincoln Navigator.

Reviewed by Bengt Halvorson
Deputy Editor, The Car Connection
$29,000 - $38,995
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