The new 2015 Lincoln Navigator luxury SUV comes more equipped and more luxurious then before. Now it has more powerful engine, updated interior with enhanced technologies implemented in new Navigator. This luxury SUV has best in-class fuel economy of 18 mpg combined.
2015 Lincoln Navigator review
Exterior design changes are emphasized by the execution of Lincoln’s split-wing grille. The more polished appearance matches enhanced power and hauling capabilities that Navigator clients need. Enhancements to the interior consist of elegant leather and added customer-focused innovations such as SYNC with MyLincoln Touch. The smooth front end consists of a newly designed hood, and the back end includes a power liftgate. Navigator wears jewel-like daytime running lights, as well as high-intensity discharge adaptive headlamps with LED accents. A total amount of 222 LEDs light up the exterior and give Navigator an unique character.
On the 2015 design, the readily available Reserve Package introduces a brand-new level of luxury, providing customers. Updated cabin that extends updated premium leather to all three rows of seats, along with to the armrests, center console cover and equipment shift; Hand-wrapped leather instrument panel with contrast stitching and leather glove box door; Premium Ziricote wood trim, a glamorous natural-grain wood new to the automotive market that is most frequently used as an accent in yachts. The new Lincoln steering wheel is standard in the new Lincoln Navigator. The Wollsdorf leather-wrapped, wood-trimmed wheel showcases a thick grip and soft touch for a dynamic driving experience.
Designed to seat up to 8, Navigator provides second-row alternatives that consist of 2 captain’s chairs with or without a center console, or a fold-flat bench. Due in part to Navigator’s trademarked independent rear suspension, true fold-flat, PowerFold third-row seats allow standard-wheelbase and extended-wheelbase versions to deliver segment-leading cargo volume behind the third row. SYNC with MyLincoln Touch is basic is conventional devices. The driver link system allows drivers to use voice-activated or touch screen controls to make phone calls, play music, manage the navigation system or set cabin temperature. The system includes a 4.2-inch LCD screen in the instrument cluster, an 8-inch touch screen in the center stack and traditional knob controls for simple operation. When another automobile is discovered in a nearby lane behind rear wheel, a basic Blind Spot Information System send signals to driver. For 2015, Navigator likewise presents a basic rearview electronic camera, which shows a color image on the 8-inch touch screen to provide the driver a much better view when driving in reverse.
2015 Lincoln Navigator specs
Under the hood of the new Lincoln Navigator is a 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine that delivers outstanding power on demand while likewise offering best-in-class fuel economy for the standard-wheelbase 4×2 model. The twin-turbocharged, direct-injected engine is ranked at 380 horsepower at 5,250 rpm and 460 lb.-ft. of torque at 2,750 rpm by the Society of Automotive Engineers.
Navigator’s six-speed automatic transmission consists of Lincoln SelectShift, which permits the driver to by hand regulate equipment if wanted. Navigator is readily available in four-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive setups. An offered Control Trac four-wheel-drive system enhances traction on slippery surfaces, assists enhance managing on dry roadways and allows off-road ability. The 2015 Lincoln Navigator towing capacity is best-in-class of 9,000 pounds with maximum payload of 1,570 pounds when appropriately geared up.
Fuel consumption – MPG
The standard-wheelbase 4×2 Navigator gets an EPA-estimated, best-in-class fuel economy score of 16 mpg city, 22 mpg highway and 18 mpg combined. Standard-wheelbase 4×4 Navigator gets EPA-estimated 15 mpg city, 20 mpg highway and 17 mpg integrated, while the extended-wheelbase 4×2 design returns EPA-estimated 15 mpg city, 20 mpg highway and 17 mpg combined and the 4×4 setup gets an EPA-estimated 15 mpg city, 19 mpg highway and 16 mpg integrated.
2015 Lincoln Navigator price
The price of the new 2015 Lincoln Navigator luxury SUV starts at $61,480 for base model with two wheel drive and goes up to $67,220 for top model with extended wheelbase and all-wheel-drive. These prices are without destination charges, excludes taxes, title and license fees.
|Trim level||Drive||MSRP||MPG (city/hwy/combined)|
|Navigator L (Extended wheelbase)||2WD||$63.645||15/20/17|
|Navigator L (Extended wheelbase)||4WD||$67.220||14/20/16|