There is Ford's (F) Lincoln Navigator Black Label, and there is everything else.

Priced around $95,000, the premium Black Label edition of the famed SUV borders on nuts. The cockpit of the Naviee is decked out in rich leather, tech features galore and 30-way adjustable seats. In the rear, passengers could enjoy watching content on two 10 inch flat screen monitors while in the comfort of more leather. No legroom issues here.

While we found the Navigator an impressive auto, we couldn't help but to think it's size is a touch outdated in the new world order of compact SUVs. The luxury SUV just felt too massive and cumbersome for today's world. Indeed, given its almost 6,000 pound frame the Navigator could have used 300 extra horsepower.

All in all, solid upgrade to a SUV icon.

Key Specs: 2018 Lincoln Navigator Black Label

Starting price: $95,000

Engine: 3.5 liter twin-turbo V6 that puts out 450 horsepower

0-60 mph: About 6.2 seconds

Gas mileage: 15/17 highway

Weight: 5,885 pounds

Cool features: forward collision warning; adaptive cruise control; heads up display; 30-way, massaging, heating and cooling seats; 10 inch rear seat monitors; 20 speaker audio system; Google Android (GOOGL) and Apple (AAPL) Play

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