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    My mother is a retired Ford Exec. All my family members can buy Ford cars at way below dealer cost and I still would rather buy the GM. Navigator might have some features you like, but they have some you'll really hate - reliability problems, bad track record, recalls galore. My wife and I keep waiting for Ford to buy a company we want something from. Volvo would be good if they had a car we want. Jaguar is perfect for Ford, the only car less reliable. Mazda is OK, but shat do they make?

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    houston tx
    I live in Houston, The Nav A/C seats are awesome. I see you live in OK.

    I have had 2 Nav,s both are nice. The price on the new nav's is steep.


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    Mar 2002
    Brandon, MS.
    Really no comparison. GM all the way
    Opinions vary...........Lincoln all the way.

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    BIrmingham, MI, USA
    TOTALMP , tom ..First if you are looking for a good Ford product look at LS or a Volvo s 80...I have had many ford trucks and a old mustag..But love my YUKON 165.000 and runs like the day I got it. Have to side with GM on this one. Totalmp... My buddy has a LS I always have to be on stand by being that in cold weather the LS will not start!!!! But hey when it runs it is a sweet ride !!!!

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    tropical Cleveland OH
    the axles are to narrow and the truck is to top heavy on the linc. the gm provides a way better ride.

  6. #16
    The 2003 Navigator is a total redesign, it shares nothing but the engine with the 02. Believe me the bar has been raised, the handling, tracking and ride are amazing, power is adequate. I've owned four Nav's and never had one back to the dealer, I used to be all about GM but the General kept letting me down, switched over to Ford 5 years ago and never looked back, I own seven vehicles from F350 Dually to a 02 SL Silver Arrow, the new Nav works drive one and see how it feels on the first exit ramp.


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    PA USA
    Had a navigator then bought a chevy . Both the wife and I like the chevy better.

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