A Lincoln Nautilus incentive offers low-interest financing for both 2022 and 2023 model year luxury crossovers during February 2023. These offers appear to be available nationwide, and though Lincoln did not specify an expiration date, it’s likely that these deals will run through at least the end of February.
Specifically, 3.9 percent APR financing is offered toward the purchase of the 2022 Lincoln Nautilus, while customers interested in the 2023 Lincoln Nautilus can take advantage of 5.9 percent APR financing.
The lack of a more generous incentive or discount this month toward the purchase or lease of the Nautilus is likely due to sustained healthy demand amid supply shortages of the luxury crossover. Lincoln’s parent company, FoMoCo, continues to grapple with supplier issues, which include but are not limited to the ongoing global microchip shortage, allocating limited amounts of materials between the production of various models.
For the sake of context, below we have provided a list of Lincoln Nautilus incentive offers so far during the 2022 calendar year, as well as 2023 to date:
- March – 1.9 percent APR financing
- April – 3.9 percent APR financing
- May – 1.9 percent APR financing
- June – 3.9 percent APR financing
- July – 5.9 percent APR financing
- August – 5.9 percent APR financing
- September – 5.9 percent APR financing
- October – 5.9 percent APR financing
- November – 5.9 percent APR financing
- December – 5.9 percent APR financing
- January – 5.9 percent APR financing
- 3.9 percent APR financing for 2022 models
- 5.9 percent APR financing for 2023 models
Lincoln Nautilus Pricing
Below are the Lincoln Nautilus trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the destination charge, and acquisition fee:
2022 Lincoln Nautilus
- Standard – $45,285
- Reserve – $51,700
- Black Label – $67,905
2023 Lincoln Nautilus
- Standard – $46,865
- Reserve – $53,080
- Black Label – $69,285
It’s worth noting that the Nautilus received a substantial refresh for the 2021 model year. This consists primarily of a revised center stack with a much larger center infotainment screen. However, beyond the 2023 model year, the future of the luxury crossover is murky. The plant at which it is built, Oakville Assembly, is being retooled to support EV production, effectively leaving the Nautilus without a production home.
What we do know at this time is that FoMoCo is actively developing a next-generation Nautilus. In fact, we caught a next-gen Nautilus prototype undergoing testing earlier this year. This model will certainly be offered in China, but it’s unclear whether it will be offered in North America too.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
- Residency restrictions apply.
- Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
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I’m not sure who would purchase a new lux SUV that was going to be discontinued the next model year, unless there were significant savings offered?
Agree. Though I’d rather see a hybrid and a larger portrait-style dash screen like my grandson’s Tesla and new Mustang Mach-E’s, we really like the latest look of the Nautilus, and Jewel Sandstone and White Pearl colors. Clean lines unencumbered with distracting body nooks and crannies or awful, ugly grills (think ToyotaAnd it can be towed 4 down behind our motorhome.
We will get the China Nauti by the end of the year and the China Lincoln trim Mach E sometime after that.