2021 Lincoln Navigator Prices and Deals
What to expect at the dealer:
The carryover 2021 Navigator continues flowing into dealers nationwide. Demand remains high, so no Navigator hangs around very long, and deep discounting doesn't happen.
The line-topping Navigator L Black Label now starts at over $100,000. Note that the lower Navigator trims are designed for fleets, but can be ordered by consumers.
Current factory offers vary by region and will remain in effect through July 6, 2021 unless otherwise noted.
Lease: From $866 for 36 months
Lincoln hasn't announced a lease offer yet for April, but here's what we saw in March.
According to Lincoln's online payment estimator, the base 2021 Navigator starts at $866 for 36 months (10,500 miles a year) with $8,614 at signing. The effective monthly cost works out to $1,105, which is too high for us to recommend, even for a vehicle of this price.
Keep in mind that the current Navigator has never been a reliably good lease value. This could change in the year ahead, however.
Rebates: No cash offers yet
There are no rebates this month, which isn't surprising since the current Navigator sells well enough without substantial incentives.
Lincoln will probably offer a loyalty and/or conquest bonus within the next few months.
Finance: From 1.9% APR for 36 months
Promotional rates on the 2021 Navigator remain at 1.9% for 36 months, 2.9% for 48 months, and 3.9% for 60 months. We expect rates to ease down a point or two over the course of the model year.
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