What would you do to make an SUV look like it is ready for the new decade? Lincoln used the design of the 2019 Nautilus to make the 2020 Nautilus. This makes sense because the Nautilus is still in its first generation. In the world of small SUVs, this is a luxury vehicle, but it can still provide the cargo space and seating you would expect from an SUV.
2020 Lincoln Nautilus Seating Capacity
The Nautilus doesn’t have a trim level with a third row, so the maximum seating does not go above 5. The back-row bench splits 60/40 for multiple seating arrangements and the ability to maximize storage capacity. On trim levels with leather-trimmed seats, the back row gets the same treatment as the front, extending the luxury feel all the way to the back hatch.
2020 Lincoln Nautilus Cargo Capacity
Being a luxury vehicle doesn’t mean the Lincoln Nautilus can’t have enough space to carry other cargo. Even with all seats set up, owners will be greeted by 37.2 cu.ft. of cargo space. When the seats are properly folded down, owners can take advantage of 68.8 cu.ft. of cargo space. That means if you choose the 2020 Lincoln Nautilus to pick up groceries or carry sports or music equipment around, you won’t be hurting for space if you don’t need to seat anyone in the back row.
Other Features of the 2020 Lincoln Nautilus
Lincoln paired the infotainment system of the Nautilus with Alexa so many of your current smart home functionality can extend beyond the home and on the go. Blind-spot detection and cross-traffic alert help keep you safe on the roads, especially when cars slip out of your line of sight. Many SUVs have implemented rearview cameras, but not many have a camera wash system like the Nautilus, making it easy to clear up after going over dusty roads or winter salted highways. To experience these features first-hand, contact the Krenzen Auto Group dealership to schedule a test drive today!