7. Lincoln Navigator
Lincoln Navigator was popular in the late 1990s when it hit the market, and it is still popular today, 20 years later. When the Navigator hit the market in 1998, it was the largest and the heaviest production model launched by Lincoln. It had room for eight passengers while the engine it used was a 5.4-liter V8. Due to its gigantic size and large powertrain, the Navigator’s fuel efficiency was among the worst with 13 mpg combined.
When it arrived, the Navigator had some amazing features for that time. For instance, the car was equipped with premium leather seating and burled walnut trim inside the cabin that told you right away that you are entering an upscale vehicle. Also, the steering wheel had leather and wood with controls on it, whereas the instrument panel had a soft feel to it. There were storage compartments for your things, captain’s chair bucket seats and 116 cubic feet of cargo. Truly impressive.