As it is very important for the driver to compare the cars, which he wants to buy, or even the one which he already bought, we decided to show a comparison of a very successful Lincoln model for the last years – the Navigator. The car was and is very promising in terms of the demand from the consumers, thus we compared it to a very strong competitor as well – the Cadillac Escalade.
As the both models are off-road vehicles and the both have an extremely powerful engine – a V8 one, which serves as a heart only to the cars with greatest endurance and stability. Some can argue, that the comparison is somewhat unfair, since the Navigator version is from the 2007 year and Escalade is from 2006, but to be honest a one-year difference is not critical in comparisons. In terms of a speed, Lincoln wins, as its top speed is 190 km/h while Cadillac can only go 177 km/h.
The sizes of these cars are relatively the same, just some minor differences, but too small to be mentioned. The cars have back wheels drive and also have the 6-speed gear boxes. Thus the main difference lies in the brand name, the price and also in the speed, however, these cars are not designed for the speed sake, but rather for the unique experience, which both of them offer.