The 2020 Lincoln Nautilus is a luxury mid-size SUV. 2020 Lincoln Nautilus is available in three different trim levels: Base, Black Labels, and the Standard. Each comes standard with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The 2020 Lincoln Nautilus looks great and offers impressive standard features, but does not meet the luxury standards of its rivals. The 2020 Lincoln Nautilus puts a new name and face on a luxury aging SUV with good results. Offering a lot of space, power, and impressive features, Nautilus competes with more intelligent competitors for performance and falls somewhat short in handling, but its ride and features shine.
2020 Lincoln Nautilus gets economy above-average fuel with each of its engines, and both offer enough power for most steering situations. Nautilus travels smoothly, has a beautiful interior, and offers plenty of space for people and cargo. There is also an abundance of technology usage features as well. The biggest knock against this Lincoln intersection is that many class rivals are more athletic and fun to drive.
2020 Lincoln Nautilus Standard Interior
Inside, Nautilus looks great, the cabin contains attractive materials for coloring and plush, especially in the decoration of the Black Label. The occupants are well isolated from outside noise, even at highway speeds. Standard features on Nautilus include dual-zone automatic control and the SYNC 3 infotainment system with an 8-inch touch screen, an 11-speaker audio system, satellite radio, Bluetooth, a hot Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and two USB ports.
Available features include a panoramic sun, a rear-seat entertainment system, a 19-speaker Revel audio system with 19 speakers, Radio HD, wireless device charging, and navigation. The screen responds well to inputs and contains intuitive menu entries, making it easier to find and adjust settings. There are physical controls in addition to the touch screen, and the navigation on the board works great.
The front seats offer good comfort and support, even in basic decoration. Fully advanced upgrades, with heating, ventilation and massage functions, feel sublime. The rear seats are also comfortable, with enough space for adults. Nautilus has two complete sets of LATCH connectors for external locations. The middle rear seat comes with a roof anchor and has the ability to borrow a lower anchor from the side seats. The system is relatively easy to use, but some tether anchors can be confused with other devices, and one of the bottom anchors is placed too deep in the seat.
2020 Lincoln Nautilus Engine
The Nautilus comes standard with a 250-horsepower four-cylinder turbocharged engine, and a 336-horsepower two-turbine V6 is available. The base engine provides ample power and proper acceleration for city and highway driving. The V6 feels more energetic and provides better acceleration, but still has no racing for some of the high-performance engines offered by other luxury mid-size SUVs. Nautilus equipped with the base engine and front-wheel drive car gets 21 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway. These estimates are a little better than many rivals. ‘ With the V6 engine, which is only offered on all-wheel-drive models, the ratings fall to 19 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway.
2020 Lincoln Nautilus Safety
Available safety features include a parking camera system with front view, front parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, evasive steering assistant and parallel, and perpendicular parking assistance. Standard driver assistance features at Nautilus include a rear camera, rear parking sensors, rear-end signaling, blind-spot monitoring, lane departure warning, lane-keeping assistance, crash-lane warning, pedestrian detection, and automatic emergency braking. Also included is MyKey, which encourages safe driving allowing you to do things like set speed and volume limits for secondary drivers, Lincoln Nautilus features are part of the Lincoln Co-Pilot360 security technology group.