Lincoln’s successful comeback has been staged with a $2.5 billion investment to overhaul Ford’s luxury brand lineup. The focus on redesigning vehicles in hot segments and differentiating them through a unique set of customer experiences is paying off handsomely for Lincoln, particularly in sales of the full-size luxury SUV segment. The Lincoln Navigator continues to bolster impressive gains for the brand. While base price models can be had for around $75,000, the fully loaded, long wheelbase Navigator Black Label made news in becoming the first Lincoln to ever carry a six-digit price tag. At any trim level, there is noticeable attention given to Navigator’s materials, fit, and finish, but not at the expense of genuine utility. The Navigator’s twin-turbo V6 engine is rated at 450 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque delivering a class-leading 8,700 pounds of towing capacity while still providing fuel economy of 18 mpg combined, which bests many competitors in the large luxury segment.