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About The Lincoln Navigator

Vehicle Summary

Looking for a spacious SUV with seating for up to eight passengers? Don't want to compromise on style or luxury? The Lincoln Navigator is a great choice. Featuring three rows of standard seating and luxury features galore, the Navigator began its fourth generation of production in 2017 and has a lot to offer.  

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Lincoln Navigator Trim Configurations

Prior to the release of fourth-generation Navigators (2018-present), Lincoln did not offer different trim configurations; many model years were available in both a standard and extended wheelbase. For the 2016 and 2017 model years, however, there were two trim/package offerings with distinguishable features. For the fourth-generation Navigator (2018-present), four distinct trim options are available. 

Third Generation (Specific to 2016 & 2017 Model Years):


  • 20-inch wheels 
  • Front and rear parking sensors 
  • Heated/ventilated front seats 
  • Eight-inch touchscreen 
  • Turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine with EPA-estimated 17 mpg combined in FWD configuration1 


  • Larger 22-inch wheels 
  • Upgraded leather upholstery 
  • Two-tone exterior paint 
  • Adaptive suspension 
  • Turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine with EPA-estimated 17 mpg combined in FWD configuration1 

Fourth Generation (2018-present):


  • 20-inch wheels 
  • Tri-zone climate control 
  • 10-inch touchscreen display 
  • 14-speaker surround sound audio 
  • Standard turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine (FWD) with EPA-estimated 19 mpg combined.1 


  • 22-inch wheels 
  • Surround-view parking camera system 
  • Upgraded leather upholstery 
  • Wireless charging pad for devices 
  • Standard turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine (FWD) with EPA-estimated 19 mpg combined.1 


  • 24-way power-adjustable front ventilated seats 
  • Panoramic sunroof 
  • Exterior welcome lighting 
  • Light-up seat belt buckles 
  • Standard turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine (FWD) with EPA-estimated 19 mpg combined.1 

Black Label

  • 20-speaker sound system 
  • Ambient cabin lighting 
  • Adaptive cruise control 
  • Heavy-duty towing package 
  • Standard turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine (4WD) with EPA-estimated 18 mpg combined.1 

1 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See for details. 

Why Lincoln Navigator?


Even in its base Premiere trim, the 2018 Navigator offers some excellent features,—including voice controls/navigation and hands-free liftgate. Upper trim levels, such as the Black Label, come with everything from upgraded leather upholstery throughout to a heated steering wheel, a panoramic sunroof, and massaging 30-way front seats. 

Comfortable and Quiet Interior 

The Lincoln Navigator (especially model years in the new generation) is equipped with plenty of standard features that maximize driver and passenger comfort, including tri-zone climate control and heated captain's chairs in the second row. You’ll also notice that this vehicle is much quieter than expected on bumpier roads.  

Overall Performance 

Newer model years, (2019- present), are equipped with a standard turbocharged V6 engine, which offers ample power for towing and hauling. Meanwhile, despite its large size, the Navigator rides and handles well thanks to its adaptive suspension. 

Seating and Cargo Space

There is no shortage of passenger space in the Lincoln Navigator, with three rows of generous seating for up to eight passengers (depending on trim configuration. In the 2018 Navigator, there is an impressive 19.3 cubic feet of cargo storage space behind the third row. With the third-row seats folded down, storage space expands to 63.6 cubic feet and maxes out to an incredible 103.3 cubic feet with both second- and third-row seats folded down. 


Q: Is the Lincoln Navigator the right car for me?

A: If you have a large family and need ample seating but don't want to compromise on style or luxury features, the Lincoln Navigator could be an excellent choice for you. With three rows of seating, generous cargo storage space, and a capable engine, the Navigator is a popular choice for families.  

Q: Does the Lincoln Navigator have an AWD/4WD option?

A: All model years of the Lincoln Navigator are available with optional four-wheel drive, but this is not standard on most trims. For example, in the 2017 Navigator, four-wheel drive is optional on both the Select and Reserve trims. In the next generation of Navigator, the Black Label trim comes standard with four-wheel drive, though it is optional for the remaining three trims as well. 

Q: Do all Lincoln Navigators have a V8 engine option?

A: Ever since the 2015 refresh, all Lincoln Navigators have been built with a V6 engine. For example, the 2017 Navigator is equipped with a 3.5L turbocharged V6 at 380 horsepower. In model years 2014 and earlier, however, a 5.4L V8 engine was standard on the Lincoln Navigator. 

Q: Does the Lincoln Navigator take premium gas?

A: In older model years of the Lincoln Navigator, premium gas may be recommended for optimized performance—particularly on models with V8 engines. Navigators built after the 2015 refresh (which come standard with a V6 engine) can typically use regular fuel, although premium gas may be recommended. Always check your vehicle owner's manual for specific information on fuel grade requirements. 

Q: How much does the Lincoln Navigator weigh?

A: The specific weight of a Lincoln Navigator will vary based on model year and body style. Most third-generation model years (2007-2017) of the Lincoln Navigator are available in both a standard-size wheelbase and an extended-size wheelbase, so weight will depend on which body styling is chosen.For example, new generations of the Lincoln Navigator (2018-present) range from 5,685 pounds to 5,855 pounds in curb weight. 

Q: Does the Lincoln Navigator have a third-row seat in all years and trims?

A: Yes, the Lincoln Navigator has boasted three rows of standard seating since the year it was introduced. However, some model years and trims can vary regarding whether the second row of seating includes bench seating or captain's chairs—which can affect total passenger space. 

Reviews for Lincoln Navigator

Overall Rating

4.8 out of 5(57 reviews)

08 Navigator

For the money, the 08 Navigator (purchased in 2010) presented great value, performance and comfort, relative to new smaller luxury and upper mid tier SUV's. (We were also considering the Volvo XC90 and GMC Acadia). The automatic folding seats in the back are a huge plus, and the gas mileage is not that much different than many crossover SUV's (about 2-3mpg less). The power difference more than makes up for that, as does the conveneince and comfort factors.

- Gregnewman, 2008 Lincoln Navigator


These are quality vehicles and ride better than the caddy and the infinity. More room than both and more bang for your money. Plenty of bling too! It gets plenty of compliments also just like its rivals but not enough credit where it is due! GREAT VEHICLE.

- IKE MAN, 2007 Lincoln Navigator

Worth every penny

We we set on getting a minivan for our 3 kids. After test driving a lincoln navagitor we changed our minds. We are glad we got a suv instead of a minivan. It's something I don't mind driving if I don't have the kids with me. It is luxirious and very comfortable, the best thing is it drives like a car. It makes turns very smooth and it is not a bumpy ride like other suv's or trucks.

- Mama of 3, 2006 Lincoln Navigator

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