Last modified: 02/03/14
Lincoln's oldest remaining nameplate, the Navigator, is getting a new look. The re-engineered 2015 Navigator, which will go into production in late summer and on sale in early fall, has the latest version of Lincoln's split-wing grille design.
The redesigned rear end has LED taillights that extend the width of the vehicle, another signature element of Lincoln's new design language.
The center console includes the MyLincoln Touch infotainment system, which has buttons and knobs.
Ford's 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 replaces the current 5.4-liter V-8. The smaller V-6, also used in the Ford F-150, will crank out more horsepower than the outgoing V-8: an expected 370 hp, up from 310; and more torque: 430 pounds-feet, up from 365. The numbers are projections until EPA testing.
Lincoln will continue to offer the Navigator in long- and short-wheelbase versions (222.3 inches and 207.4 inches). Both come with three rows of seats.
|Segment: Premium SUV||Powertrain: Conventional (gasoline)|
|Release Year: 2014||New Product Category: Re-engineering |
|Drive: 4WD/RWD|| |