2015 Lincoln Navigator Starts at $62,475
Completely redesigned for 2015, the Lincoln Navigator starts at $62,475, making it around $6,000 more expensive than the outgoing model. The Navigator ditches its V-8 heritage with an all-new fuel-saving EcoBoost V-6 that is standard on all models. This 3.5-liter turbocharged direct-injection engine delivers 380 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque and is mated to a new six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission. Expect a smoother, more responsive ride thanks to suspension improvements and electric power-assisted steering. Towing capacity reaches 9,000 pounds when properly equipped. Standard features on the 2015 Lincoln Navigator include push-button start, Sync with MyLincoln Touch connectivity, blind spot monitor, cross-traffic alert, and LED instrument cluster with tachometer, trip odometer, compass, outside thermometer, and message center. A new Reserve Package adds 22-inch aluminum wheels, premium wood trim, leather-trimmed seats in all three rows, and leather accents on the armrests and console. Models with this optional package start at $69,975, or $72,900 when paired with all-wheel drive. Also available is a Lincoln Navigator L model, which features a longer wheelbase and greater overall length. This model starts at $64,640, or $68,215 for all-wheel drive. All prices include a destination and handling fee. The 2015 Lincoln Navigator arrives early this fall. Source: Lincoln
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