2019 Lincoln Nautilus Starts at $41,335; Nautilus Black Label Maxes Out Just Shy of $70K
Have your eye on the all-new 2019 Lincoln Nautilus? Been saving up your pennies, have you? Well, that’s probably for the best, because the tech-savvy and stylish mid-size luxury SUV is getting a slight uptick in price.
Lincoln launched the configurator tool for the new Nautilus in June, revealing that it will start at $41,335 (including $995 destination charge). That’s up just a bit from the 2018 Lincoln MKX’s base price of $40,030.
The Nautilus will be offered at four trim levels:
- 2019 Lincoln Nautilus: $41,335
- 2019 Lincoln Nautilus Select: $45,540
- 2019 Lincoln Nautilus Reserve: $49,870
- 2019 Lincoln Nautilus Black Label: $57,890
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All four trims will be offered with a standard turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4 with Auto-Start Stop, and each is available with a twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 for an additional cost. All four trims are also available with Intelligent All-Wheel Drive. Every Nautilus is standard with SYNC 3 infotainment; Lincoln Connect with Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities; and Lincoln Co-Pilot360 driver-assist safety technology, which includes Blind Spot Information System with Cross Traffic Alert, Autonomous Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Warning, automatic headlamps, Hill Start Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Reverse Sensing System, and Lane Keeping System.
If you want the tippy-top, a fully-loaded 2019 Lincoln Nautilus Black Label will set you back $69,225. That includes the twin-turbo V6 ($2,070), Intelligent AWD ($2,495), Chroma Elite Copper Premium Metallic exterior paint ($1,750), Cargo Utility Package ($995), Driver Assistance Package ($1,590), Lincoln Nautilus Technology Package ($1,720), Cargo Accessories and Mat Package ($275), Satin roof rack side rails ($195), Lincoln Play Rear Seat Entertainment System with DVD ($1,995), and if you really want to do it up big, an engine block heater ($100). You can also opt for Ultra Comfort Seats with 22-way adjustability, but it comes at the expense of the rear seat entertainment system.
To build your fancy-as-heck Lincoln Nautilus, visit shop.lincoln.com/build/nautilus.
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