2019 Lincoln Navigator

Lincoln has tried for years with varying degrees of success to shift its image as a car company for the older segment of the market. It finally has done so with the amazing success of the redesigned Lincoln Navigator. This full-size SUV received its first redesign in a decade for the 2018 model year and the results were staggering. Navigators flew off our lot into the hands of happy drivers at a record pace. The statistics bear this out too as Edmunds named the Navigator the winner of the Most Wanted Awards in the category of large luxury SUV.

Edmunds based its awards on sales through the first 10 months of the year. The Navigator is the comeback story of the year as its sales were up 80.9 percent over the same time the previous year. The Black Label and the Reserve trims together accounted for about 90 percent of those sales. Approximately half of buyers were between the ages of 34 and 54.

Outstanding Lincoln Navigator Features

It's no wonder that the Navigator is the fastest selling vehicle in its class. Many buyers who have purchased a Navigator in the past year have migrated from other luxury car brands, attesting to the attractiveness of the vehicle's redesign.

The exterior is bold, with a black mesh grille that is similar to the one on the Lincoln MKZ and carries a Lincoln logo in the center. The front end has two layers of LED headlights. A new aluminum body frame allows it to shed 200 pounds of overall weight but gains most weight with new features such as a laminated windshield, a panoramic sunroof and larger wheels.

Under the hood, a 3.5-liter, twin turbo, V6 engine powers the Navigator. Drivers enjoy 450 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque along with a 10-speed transmission. Start the Navigator through a set of horizontal keys that are reminiscent of piano keys. Four different driving modes are available at the turn of a dial: conserve, slippery, deep conditions and excite.

Everything about the Navigator is big, including the interior. The center console between the two front seats is almost like a small table with bleached teakwood serving as the doors to the storage compartment. One set of center compartments contains east-to-use USB charging ports. An ample 10-inch infotainment screen sits atop the center console; a 12-inch digital instrument display cluster almost looks like an iPad or a small television, while an additional 12-inch digital instrument cluster shows how fast you are traveling along with other pertinent information.

Seats are ultra comfortable with horizontal ribbing that provide added comfort and fit in with the overall new design. Passengers will also enjoy a Revel sound system, which has signed a deal with Lincoln to provide in-vehicle systems for its lineup.

Experience the Lincoln Navigator

Seeing is believing. The best way to experience the new Navigator is by taking a test drive. Our friendly sales associates will be glad to take you out for a test drive. If we don't have the color or trim you want, we'll be happy to order one for you from Lincoln. Visit us today so you can see what everyone is talking about.