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How many miles do you think I can get out of a Lincoln Navigator?

I am looking to buy an 2000 , 2001 , or 2002 Lincoln Navigator How many miles do you think I could get out of it before the engine goes. Also how much in repairs do you think I will have to pay to keep in top shape after 100,000 thousdand miles.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    follow your owners manuel be good to the vehicle and it will be good to you. before buying it used see if it as any existing problems get a vehicle inspection done on it.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    look out on ebay i been looking to buy one myself I have found them with up to 200,000 miles and none have had any major problems. I have also checked with the LM dealership and they say the samething about them. The engines in most cars and trucks today are designed to go well over 200,000 miles.

    • jose4 years agoReport

      I got one for sale it 150, miles

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  • 1 decade ago

    if you take care of all normal scheduled maintenance and don't drive it like you are in the demoliition derby------i have never owned a ford that i got less than 300 thousand on the engine and no major repairs --mostly all oil changes and filter changes---belts-coolant flush---and they was still running when i sold them with that mileage on them-----i change my oil and filters ever 2500 miles---belts ever 70 thousand---flush the transmission ever 50 thousand---coolant ever two years--run a can of injector cleaner ever ten tanks of gas--replace radiator hose about ever 3 years---

    Source(s): experience
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  • 1 decade ago

    200,000 easy as long as you keep up with maintenance

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  • 1 decade ago

    maybe 130,000 to 150,000 with out anything really expensive breaking.

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