The 2023 Lincoln Nautilus continues without significant change. The midsize luxury crossover arrived in 2019 and received a refresh for 2021. This will be the final model year for the Nautilus.
Choosing Your Lincoln Nautilus
The 2023 Nautilus comes in three trim levels: Standard, Reserve, and Black Label. Pricing starts at $46,020 including destination and goes to $68,440 for the opulent Black Label.
The Standard and Reserve start with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is available for $2,500.
The Reserve's optional twin-turbo V6 requires AWD at a cost of $5,195 for both. This combo is standard on the Black Label.
All models use an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Nautilus is rated to tow 1,500 pounds with the standard front-drive layout, or 3,500 pounds with AWD added to either engine.
Passenger and Cargo Capacity
The Nautilus is a midsize, two-row crossover with room for five to get comfortable. Cargo space measures 37.2 cubic feet behind the rear seat and 68.8 cubic feet with it folded. These are typical figures for a midsize luxury crossover.
Every Nautilus comes with Lincoln Co-Pilot360, a suite of driver assistance technology that includes lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, automatic high beams, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and rear parking sensors.
Lincoln Co-Pilot360 Plus adds adaptive cruise control with lane-centering, evasive steering assist, surround-view cameras, and an automated parking system with front sensors. This upgrade is standard on the Black Label and available on the Reserve in the $4,785 Reserve I Package.
The Standard model features a 13.2-inch touchscreen, 10 speakers, four USB ports, satellite radio, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. The Premium Package for this trim adds navigation and other features for $1,155.
Navigation is standard on the Reserve, along with wireless phone charging. The Reserve I Package includes a 13-speaker Revel sound system with an HD radio. A 19-speaker Revel system is available in the Reserve II Package ($10,180). The 19-speaker setup is standard on the Black Label.
2023 Lincoln Nautilus Standard — MSRP From $46,020
The Standard trim includes power 10-way front seats, aluminum interior trim, fully digital instrumentation, remote start, LED headlights and taillights, a power liftgate, leatherette upholstery, a power rear seatback release, and 18-inch painted aluminum wheels.
Besides navigation, the Premium Package furnishes a universal home remote, a power-adjustable steering wheel, and bright-finish wheels.
2023 Lincoln Nautilus Reserve — MSRP From $52,235
The Reserve comes with genuine leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, automatic wipers, a panoramic sunroof, and a hands-free power liftgate. In addition to Co-Pilot360 Plus and the 13-speaker Revel system, the Reserve I Package adds Phone As a Key and 20-inch wheels.
The other package choice, Reserve II ($10,180), also contains AWD, adaptive headlights, LED fog lights, a cargo management system, 21-inch wheels, and the 19-speaker Revel system. Buyers can upgrade to 22-way massaging front seats for $1,500.
2023 Lincoln Nautilus Black Label — MSRP From $68,440
The V6 and AWD are standard on the Black Label. The extended Venetian leather interior comes in the buyer's choice of design themes, Chalet or Flight. Mechanical upgrades include an adaptive suspension and unique 21-inch wheels. Ownership includes a designated concierge and enhanced dealer service. Only the 22-way seats remain optional.
Compare Nautilus Trims Side-By-Side
The 2023 Lincoln Nautilus is likely to be in short supply for its final year in the lineup. Dealers are currently taking orders, and we recommend placing yours now to get the equipment you want.