The 2015 Lincoln Navigator SUV is a traditional, solid, luxury SUV that promises modernizes in crucial areas. It has posh ride, generous third-row seat, naturally cheaper than equal competitors. However, it absent a little high-end features and is challenging to park. The new Navigator gets a renovation for this year model. Best parts are revitalized cabin, new front and tail designing, and replacing into a stronger and efficient V6 turbocharged from the old V8 unit. At the front area, the split wing grille is used while a full-width taillight is adopted at the back. A lighting door trimming will light up beneath front doors when unlocked. Superior comfort and stability is achieved from a fresh optional suspension with adaptable dampers.
Engine and Transmission
A turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 unit drives the 2015 Lincoln Navigator SUV that boosts 380 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. The power is sent to standard six-speed automatic transmission to the rear-wheel. Available light-duty optional four-wheel-drive system with no low-range gearing is accessible. A standard 4WD Navigator can reach 60 mph from zero in 6.7 seconds. The two-wheel drive Navigator returns 18 mpg combined, 16 city and 22 highway while the four-wheel drive model returns 17 mpg combined, 15 city and 20 highway. The extended-wheelbase model gets 17 mpg combined, 15 city and 20 highway for 2WD and 16 mpg combined, 15 city and 19 highway for 4WD.
Standards and Options
There are two models can be chosen with the 2015 Lincoln Navigator SUV, the base Navigator with standard equipment and the Navigator L with extended-wheelbase. The two can sit seven passengers due to the standard second-row captain’s chairs with its three rows of seats that. Seating capacity can be increased to eight with second-row 40/20/40-split three-person bench seat. The standard equipment are xenon headlights, 20-inch alloy wheels, heavyweight tow package, front and backing parking sensors, foglights, auto wipers, backseat privacy glass, running boards with power-folding, power liftgate, keyless start and entry, automatic dual-zone climate control with backseat supplementary controls, steering wheel with tilt-and-telescoping adjustment, leather padding, ventilated and heated power 8-way front seats with driver memory, power-adaptable pedals, second-row heated captain’s chairs and 60/40-split third-row power-folding bench.
Shoppers can also access power outlet, auto-dimming backing mirror, backing camera, HD radio, voice command Sync system, Bluetooth connectivity, multi-configurable panel screen, 8-inch electronics touchscreen display, navigation system, and a 14-speaker surround-sound, satellite radio, and USB port. There is available optional Reserve package adding adaptive suspension dampers, 22-inch alloy wheels, two-tone body paint and better leather upholstery in 2015 Lincoln Navigator SUV.