2019 Lincoln Navigator Model Review

16/23  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.2  Sec.
0-60 MPH
103.3  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Lincoln Navigator?

The 2019 Lincoln Navigator is the latest in the Lincoln SUV lineup to be released to the market. The all-new Lincoln Navigator is part of the fourth generation of Navigator vehicles in its model series but remains largely unchanged from last year's model. However, the Navigator does contain a lot of space for cargo room and has a long list of optional adjustments and features to flesh it out and give it some diversity for drivers.

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2019 Lincoln Navigator Trim Differences

The Navigator comes with four different trim levels: the base, Select, Reserve and Black Label variants. The base trim is, needless to say, the most basic and comes with standard equipment like 20-inch wheels, LED headlights, a power liftgate, keyless ignition and entry, and tri-zone automatic climate control. The Select increases the features available like adding in 22-inch wheels, special leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel and a camera system with surround-view parking features. The Reserve adds in even more features such as a new panoramic sunroof, front seats with ventilation and a new technology package that comes with adaptive cruise control, a heads-up display and lane assist for drivers. The Black Label is the most advanced trim model and includes the same features of the Reserve, but also includes newer ones such as a 20-speaker stereo system, a chrome exterior trim, and multi-contour front seat settings.

2019 Lincoln Navigator Powertrain Specs

2019 Lincoln NavigatorThe engine for the 2019 Lincoln Navigator can generate up to a 450 horsepower rating while riding up to 5,500 wheel revolutions per minute and create 510 foot-pounds of total torque when in motion. It runs on regular unleaded fuel and gets 18 combined miles per gallon, riding at 16 MPGs when in driving in the city and 22 MPGs when on the highway. Because of its build, the Navigator can tow up to a maximum of 8,400 pounds and hold more than 120 cubic feet of cargo capacity.

2019 Lincoln Navigator Safety Features & Driver Aids

2019 Lincoln NavigatorThe Lincoln Navigator includes many different kinds of special safety features to ensure it is a smooth ride for all its occupants. For a vehicle that can seat up to seven people, there are several features available to keep everyone secure, such as the standard rear door safety locks and seating anchors for the younger passengers. There is also improved stability and traction, along with a post-collision safety system to update drivers on the status of their ride, should an accident happen. A blind spot warning avoidance system is installed to alert drivers of any sudden changes when driving on highways and trying to change lanes. Lastly, there is an emergency braking assist feature installed to activate in the event of a serious brake failure or if some brake damage has taken place.

You owe it to yourself to see and test drive the 2019 Lincoln Navigator at our Duluth dealership.

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