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Lincoln Earns Recognition in 2019 AutoPacific Awards

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A white Lincoln Navigator
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Lincoln, a well-established name in luxury automobiles, continues to rack up awards like nobody’s business. Most recently, Lincoln took home a total of six trophies from the 2019 AutoPacific Awards.

Based on a survey of over 50,000 2018 and 2019 Lincoln drivers, the automaker was named the Top Luxury Brand, with particular praise being given to the Continental, Navigator, and Nautilus.

More specifically, the Lincoln Continental was named the Best-in-Class Luxury Car in Vehicle Satisfaction as well as the Top Car in Vehicle Satisfaction. It’s important to remember that the term “car” isn’t just an umbrella term for every vehicle on the road, it’s also a specific segment in the automotive industry; usually referring to a sedan or coupe.

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This distinction is particularly important given that the two other Lincoln vehicles to garner attention at the 2019 AutoPacific Awards fall into the Crossover SUV and SUV categories. The main difference is that, typically, a Crossover is assembled on the body of a car while an SUV is based on the frame of a truck.

The Lincoln Nautilus was recognized as the Best-in-Class Luxury Crossover SUV, earning the automaker its third nod of the ceremony. Meanwhile, The Lincoln Navigator took home the Best-in-Class Luxury Sport Utility Vehicle and Top Truck in Vehicle Satisfaction awards.

As if to put the icing on the cake and solidify its victory, the Lincoln Navigator was named the Top Overall Vehicle in Satisfaction, comfortably outscoring every other vehicle tested by AutoPacific.

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Lincoln is looking to maintain their winning streak with the recent debut of their first-ever three-row SUV, the Aviator, as well as the upcoming launch of the Corsair, which is expected to hit roads this fall.

Source: Lincoln Media Center