2020 Acura MDX vs. 2020 Lincoln Navigator
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2020 Acura MDX vs 2020 Lincoln Navigator
Serving Memphis, TN
Luxury SUVs are the cream of the crop for many people when it comes to automobile enthusiasts. The 2020 Acura MDX and 2020 Lincoln Navigator are two of the best and for good reasons. Each one of these vehicles are loaded with tech advancements as well as plenty of amenities. It also doesn’t hurt that they’re primed to perform at an optimal level, but here’s a better breakdown of what consumers can expect.
The 2020 Acura MDX hosts a fabulous exterior façade that’s elegant. The body of this luxury SUV is curvaceous in all of the right places. There is a good combination of soft body lines that sweeps across the door panels as well as the hood. The MDX comes in a range of metallic and pearl finishes. Its distinctive grille sits between a set of Jewel Eye headlamps. The vehicle’s 20-inch wheels perfectly fit this frame in which there are no weaknesses. The 2020 Lincoln Navigator is also appealing. This luxury SUV hosts a larger frame, and its exterior features are dominant. The most striking element of this design is the front fascia, which hosts a signature grille and dazzling LEDs. The Navigator lacks the curves of its competitor but offers sharp body lines and rugged components. Chrome has been added to accent the window sills and door handles.
The Acura MDX offers an elegant interior that’s filled with soft-touch materials. Fine craftsmanship can be seen throughout the cabin, especially for the leather seats. Up to six individuals can sit in the cabin, allowing you and your passengers to relax in refinement. There are door panel details, natural wood accents, and a large center console. The MDX provides three rows of seating, and its power moonroof is made of tinted glass. Heated seats are available as well as second-row captain’s chairs. Smart Slide capability is also available for ease of use. The Lincoln Navigator offers massive amounts of ample space in its cabin. Up to eight people can sit comfortably in the cabin, and there is plenty of legroom. Its Panoramic Vista roof brings the outdoors to an indoor setting, and it’s retractable. The Navigator’s interior is open as it displays woodgrain accents. Leather is the primary upholstery type here, and the seats have heated/ventilated function. Independent air cushions have also been added for extra comfort.
The MDX is gifted with advanced technologies. This includes a high-mounted, 8.0-inch LED screen. Voice recognition is built-in for the vehicle’s navigation system. Command Center 2.0 provides shortcuts to the technologies. There is 90.0 cubic feet of storage space as well as Bluetooth, Pandora, premium audio, an available Rear Seat Entertainment Center, USB ports, and more.
The Navigator also has blended technologies. The center console hosts a Piano Key shifter, and there are six smart-charge USB ports. Wireless charging is available, as well as a 12-volt port. The third-row seats can be folded down for flexible cargo space, and there’s a 10-inch touchscreen display, Revel Ultima Audio, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, and more.
The 2020 Navigator is a premium contender thanks to its beautiful facets, but the 2020 MDX takes the win thanks to its diversity, practicality, and versatility.
* Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid only) and other factors.