2024 Lincoln Nautilus


MSRP* $50,415 - $74,250
Invoice* Information not available


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2024 Lincoln Nautilus Overview

Lincoln has released pricing for its redesigned 2024 Nautilus, and it’s a big jump up from 2023. The base trim formerly known as Standard gets renamed Premiere and leaps from $46,220 to $51,810 (with destination), and the Reserve and Black Label trims see similar hikes.

But the new Nautilus makes a strong case for a richer price tag. All-wheel drive is now standard across the line, and the optional V-6 got axed, leaving a pair of turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinders. The standard turbo 2.0-liter unit makes 250 horsepower and is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The optional engine is paired with an electric motor, with the system’s combined 310 hp spinning a continuously variable automatic for maximum efficiency.

Riding on a revised version of the platform that also underpins Lincoln parent automaker Ford’s Escape, Bronco Sport and Maverick, the 2024 Nautilus is more than 3 inches longer than its predecessor and boasts increased legroom for all occupants. It also wears fabulous new styling that, with blacked-out pillars and an available black roof, evokes a Land Rover whose designers have more in their toolboxes than just a T-square. And with a standard 48-inch screen taking over the entire dash — customizable through a central 11.1-inch touchscreen infotainment screen — this Lincoln offers a technological package to rival anything in the industry.

Trim Levels
The basic Nautilus Premiere comes fairly equipped with 19-inch wheels and leather seating that’s heated and ventilated in front. The SUV also comes with Lincoln’s Co-Pilot360 Vision 2.2 safety suite, which includes forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, a 360-degree camera system, rear cross-traffic alert and more. The $6,455 Premiere II Package adds heated second-row seating, a hands-free liftgate, panoramic moonroof, 14-speaker Revel audio, fragrance diffuser and Lincoln’s BlueCruise semi-autonomous driving system that allows for hands-free lane changes.

One step up, the Nautilus Reserve adds 21-inch wheels, upgraded leather and an additional interior color option. Chrome grille accents are a subtle exterior cue. The Reserve II Package adds the same gear as the Premier II Package at the same price, while the $10,235 Reserve III adds Lincoln’s fantastically adjustable 24-way seats, a 28-speaker Revel stereo and the Lincoln Rejuvenate system, which coordinates ambient lighting, seat heating and a fragrance diffuser with animated graphics across the dash to make those moments sitting in a parking lot before tackling the day’s next challenge a little more Zen.

At the top of the lineup, the Black Label includes 22-inch wheels and copper grille accents. It’s fully loaded, the only options being exterior and interior colors, wheel designs and the Jet Appearance Package. Available on the lower trims as well, this $3,000 bundle adds unique wheels and assorted black and body-color exterior bits.

Pricing and Release Date
Buyers can place their orders now, though they might have to wait to receive their Nautilus. We previously reported that deliveries would begin in 2024 and haven’t been give an update on that timeline. Full pricing (including $1,395 destination) is below:

  • Premiere: $51,810
  • Reserve: $56,145
  • Black Label: $75,860

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*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.