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.