Since air travel ranks with drinking molten gold on my want-to-do list this year, I’ve piled on thousands more interstate miles than I’d planned in January. Some 1,200 of them happened this month in a 2020 Lincoln Navigator Reserve, which easily beat down the existential dread of I-85 with square feet of soft leather, crisp Revel audio high notes, and a box-done-right stance that pleased even my dad, who owns only fire trucks and an ’84 Bronco.

We’ve made a lot of fuss about the latest Navigator, but maybe not enough. With the Navigator Lincoln’s built a rolling vault that channels ’60s heritage without going mawkishly overboard. It’s landed a haymaker to the Escalade. It’s scored a 7.4 out of 10 in our TCC Ratings, despite a sticker price that blasts past $100,000 in the form we’d fill out on an order sheet.

Refreshingly little has changed for 2020 with the Navigator, which…

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