Join Date: Mar 2015
yet they don't like how FLincmoco made the drive FEEL
Ford ... adopted independent rear suspension back in 2003. The nose rides on massive control arms quite similar to an F-150’s, but the rear employs a multilink setup that delivers better-controlled ride motions and packaging advantages over its archrival, the Cadillac Escalade. That’s right—almost two decades into the 21st century and the Escalade continues to have a solid log between its two rear wheels...
...What the Navigator has working most to its advantage is how well it drives. The steering is precise if not particularly communicative, the suspension is aided by an excellent roll-stability system, and the adaptive dampers found on higher-trim versions work great. The big 285/45R-22 tires stay planted, tread to pavement, even when the truck is diving into corners like a three-ton Mustang GT...