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2022 Lincoln Nautilus Gets Price Increase On Base, Black Label

The 2021 Lincoln Nautilus just received a comprehensive interior refresh, but as is usually the case in the automotive world, the luxury crossover is getting a few additional tweaks for the 2022 model year. However, in addition to a few minor updates, the 2022 Lincoln Nautilus is also getting a price increase for both Base and Black Label trims, too.

2022 Lincoln Nautilus Price Changes
Trim Level 2022 Lincoln Nautilus 2021 Lincoln Nautilus 2022 +/-
Base $43,030 $42,500 +$530
Reserve $49,435 $49,550 $-115
Base $45,530 $45,000 +$530
Reserve $51,930 $52,045 $-115
Black Label $65,630 $65,090 +$540
Destination and Delivery $1,195 $1,095 +$100

While the 2022 Lincoln Nautilus Reserve gets a $115 price decrease for both front- and all-wheel drive configurations, the Base model is receiving a $530 price increase across the board. Additionally, Black Label trimmed Nautilus models will cost $540 more than last year, while the crossover’s destination and delivery charge has increased by $100 for all models in the Nautilus lineup as well.

In addition to these price changes, 2022 Nautilus Black Label models are also gaining a new Flight interior theme, as Ford Authority reported back in December. The new Flight theme adds a host of additional features inside the cabin, including dark engine turn appliqués, specialty Luggage Tan leather seats with runway perforation, a Luggage Tan headliner, and Ebony Velour carpet with metal cuff accents.

Otherwise, no major changes are expected for the 2022 Lincoln Nautilus, even though the luxury crossover’s Ford CD4 platform-mate, the 2022 Ford Edge, is now available exclusively with all-wheel drive across all trims, as the crossover has dropped front-wheel drive as standard equipment. As Ford Authority reported back in August, the 2022 Nautilus will retain front-wheel drive as its standard configuration save for the Black Label, which comes equipped with standard all-wheel drive.

Looking further down the road, as Ford Authority reported last month, both the Edge and Nautilus will be discontinued following the 2023 model year as the Ford Oakville Assembly plant is slated to be retooled to produce five new EVs starting in 2025.

We’ll have more on the Nautilus soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln news, Lincoln Nautilus news, and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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