Buying a 2009 Lincoln Navigator and bringing it into Canada is actually quite easy to do,
as long as you follow a few steps.
make sure the vehicle is listed as "admissible" on the Registrar of Imported Vehicles list.
you have to do a title history search using its VIN number (e.g.
to make sure it hasn`t been classified as an accident salvage car or been an insurance write-off.
if there was a recall on your truck for that specific year,
you will need to get a recall clearance letter before you actually show up at the border.
Contact the manufacturer of your vehicle directly to get this document.
As for fees,
you will have to pay RIV $195.00
GST if you`re going through a most Canadian border crossings.
The exception is Quebec,
which will also charge you QST on top.
With regard to duty,
it is a good thing that you are considering a Lincoln,
because it is a car that was manufactured in North America and so is exempt from duty!
you cannot avoid paying a mandatory air conditioner excise tax of $100 plus a "green levy" on your SUV since it is classified as fuel inefficient.
Expect to pay $1000 (most common)
to $4000 depending on its fuel consumption.
you are going to have to pay a 5% GST tax on the grand total of the purchase price (converted to CDN funds),
the AC tax and the Green levy.