All-New 2023 Lincoln Nautilus Starts at $44,825

The Lincoln Nautilus is a midsize luxury SUV introduced in 2019, replacing the Lincoln MKX. It is part of Lincoln’s SUV lineup, sitting above the compact Corsair and below the three-row Aviator and full-size Navigator. The Nautilus competes with other midsize luxury SUVs such as the Lexus RX, Cadillac XT5, and Genesis GV80.

The 2023 Lincoln Nautilus starts at $44,825, with the most popular Reserve trim starting at $51,040 and the top Black Label model beginning at $67,245. This makes it one of the more affordable midsize luxury SUVs on the market. It is equipped with a 266-hp four-cylinder 2.5L engine paired with a CVT, which can reduce gas bills by at least one-third.

2023 Lincoln Nautilus

The Nautilus is available in only one configuration the Reserve AWD which starts at $56,000 (plus $2,150 in destination and delivery fees). Its base engine is the same 2.0L four-cylinder turbo found in the Lincoln Corsair, but the optional powertrain is a 2.7L twin-turbo V6, pushing 335 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque, allowing it to tow up to 1,588 kg.

Unfortunately, Lincoln will stop producing the Nautilus after the 2023 model year, making this model the last one. One of the main reasons it’s retiring is because the vehicle had a hard time competing in the midsize luxury SUV market. However, recent reports suggest that the Nautilus will see a significant redesign for the Chinese market, with photos of the redesign obtained by Motor1 showing a sleeker vehicle with a completely new front-end design. It is still being determined if this will be the new face of Lincoln’s cars.

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