You and Your Lincoln Nautilus
The Lincoln brand itself already establishes a level of class that is already a cut above others, and the Nautilus is a great combination of what them and Ford have to offer. The Nautilus is a mixture of spacious, stylish and powerful in a single vehicle. While it carries the Lincoln brand, it also comes with built in All Wheel Drive as a standard which is huge benefit for outdoorsy people that love to travel off the beaten path. We would love to be apart of your adventures with our trailer hitch.
Why a Trailer Hitch
Our Lincoln Nautilus trailer hitch has benefits that are ideal for people that look to bounce between an outdoor lifestyle as well as city living. Not only does the hitch boast a 500 pound carrying capacity, but it also has a pull capacity of 5,000 pounds. With these numbers, it opens up quite a few options and benefits. First, it allows you to utilize your bike rack on the exterior of your Lincoln Nautilus. Not only will you have a reason to fully use the offroad features of the Nautilus, but when you’re done, you’ll be able to keep your dirty bikes and gear on the outside of the vehicle; allowing you to keep that interior nice and clean. Another benefit is if you use your Lincoln Nautilus for towing, you can attach a teardrop trailer onto our hitch! We like to beef up our products as much as we can so you don’t have to worry about putting too much stress on the hitch. Lastly, we decided to utilize our Stealth design model which comes with the added benefit of being able to remove the receiver when not in use. We know you won’t always use the bike rack for your Lincoln Nautilus, so we wanted to make sure you have the choice to have it completely out of sight when you like!
Is This Product for Me?
The hitch has a universal 2” fitment which is one of, if not the most, widely used sizes for Class 3 hitches. Your Nautilus can now carry bikes, snow sport equipment, kayaks, lightweight teardrop trailers, gas generators, and with a good cargo tray anything you can fit in it. We want to maintain the balance of luxury and outdoorsmanship that the Lincoln Nautilus conveys.