Lincoln Navigator Near Cleveland

Two Full-Size Luxury SUVs Face Off--Comparing the Lincoln Navigator and the Cadillac Escalade

If you're in the North Ridgeville, Cleveland, or Lakewood, OH area and are interested in a new Cadillac Escalade, stop what you're doing and take a look at the new Lincoln Navigator. Giving the Escalade a serious run for its money, the Lincoln Navigator actually outperforms the Cadillac in a number of distinctive ways. Take a look at the information we have outlined for you below to see a few of the most significant and pertinent ways in which the Lincoln Navigator proves to be the more compelling choice.

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Both the Lincoln Navigator and the Cadillac Escalade are large, luxury SUVs, so you can expect to see some pretty steep MSRPs. However, that of the Escalade will set you back on your heels, coming in at about ten grand more expensive than a comparably equipped Lincoln Navigator.

Fuel Economy

Fuel economy not only plays a big role in your cost of ownership, but it also makes a substantial difference in how eco-friendly an automobile is. The Lincoln Navigator edges out its Cadillac counterpart with slightly better fuel economy rating; couple that with the new Lincoln Navigator's larger fuel capacity, and the cruising range of the Lincoln SUV is far longer than that of the Escalade.


Towing Capacity

In looks alone, it's not difficult to see that both of these luxury SUVs are more than able to pull their weight when it comes time to tow. That being said, once again the Lincoln Navigator has the slight upper hand, allowing Westlake and Elyria area the drivers the ability to tow larger loads.

Cargo Volume

If you frequently travel long distances by car, or are an avid outdoor enthusiast with lots of gear in tow, the Lincoln Navigator with its more abundant cargo volume will likely suit you best; belongings will be a bit more cramped in the smaller cargo area of the Escalade.


While the Cadillac Escalade has a solid live suspension, the new Lincoln Navigator has an independent rear suspension. Simply put, this means the tires can move independently of one another allowing for better traction and a safer vehicle. It's no wonder that the Lincoln Navigator is lauded for its top-notch ride and handling quality.