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a 4WD Navigator averaged just 12.5 mpg, a thirsty total even for a vehicle driven in mostly city conditionsConsumer Guide »
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14 mpg city, 20 highway (rear-wheel drive); 13/18 (4WD)
a 4WD Navigator averaged just 12.5 mpg, a thirsty total even for a vehicle driven in mostly city conditions
There's really no way around it; the 2013 Lincoln Navigator is a guzzler. It's one of the biggest, heaviest vehicles on the market, and its EPA ratings of 13 mpg city, 18 highway with four-wheel drive (or 14/20 with rear-wheel drive) reflect that.
However if you plan to store the Navigator in the garage and only use it when you really do plan to take advantage of its people- and cargo-carrying capacity, that's another thing. With a luxurious space for up to seven, plus cargo--with some towing ability built in--it just might replace two vehicles on a road trip.
The 2013 Lincoln Navigator is oh-so thirsty -- although if you plan to use it to its passenger or towing potential, it works hard per gallon.