Lincoln knows how luxury cars should be made. With features like leather-trimmed seats, Park Assist, Intelligent Access with push-button start and hands-free lift gate, they have thought of everything to make your drive more comfortable. We recently test drove the 2015 Navigator, which was “designed for beauty and engineered for strength.”
One of the first things you will notice about this spacious SUV is its size, with seating for up to seven people. The sleek exterior has a sparkling chrome grille, 222 exterior LED lights, power running boards, 22-inch polished aluminum wheels, power-folding heated exterior mirrors and jewel-like, high-intensity discharge headlamps with LED accent lighting. Inside, there are three rows of super soft seats complete with heating and cooling options, ambient lighting, dual zone climate control, authentic Ziricote wood inlays and a hand-wrapped, Wollsdorf leather steering wheel with a power-tilt column and moonroof.
The fold-flat cargo floor feature allows you to lower the second and third-row seats to create tons of space behind the front row. Even more impressive, the disappearing act can be achieved with just the quick touch of a button. The Navigator’s audio system contains 14 speakers for an incredible surround sound experience. There is also a voice-activated navigation system available. As for the engine, the auto’s sleek front end and hood was redesigned to fit a more powerful 3.5-liter, twin-turbo EcoBoost engine.
The 2015 Navigator starts at nearly $62,000.