2019 Lincoln Navigator A Brilliant American Luxury SUV
The interior of the new Navigator has been brought to perfection. The optional Perfect Position front seats are borrowed from the Lincoln Continental sedan. They are so comfortable that they might just put all other luxury seats to shame. Both front seats have 30-way adjustability and offer massage, heating, and cooling.
Second-row passengers get their own audio and climate controls. The third row is very luxurious, with tons of legroom and the ability to recline.
Cargo space is more than ample. Behind the third row there are 19 cubic feet of space, but fold them flat and you’ll find 57 cubic feet. Fold both rows and you will get over 103 cubic feet of usable cargo space. But if you need more space the long-wheelbase Navigator has 120 cubic feet of cargo space.
Lincoln’s version of Ford’s Sync 3 infotainment software runs 10-inch touchscreen. This screen with lots of shortcut buttons makes Sync 3 super easy to use. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are both standards, and Sync 3 is compatible with Amazon Alexa.
A Wi-Fi hotspot is also standard and can support 10 devices. Wireless charging is available, in addition to 6-USB ports scattered throughout the cabin.
Because the Navigator is so wide, it’s harder to get any of the buttons on the right side of the infotainment screen. Do not exist redundant controls on the center console or steering wheel. If you’re a short-statured person, make sure you can reach everything from the driver’s seat.
The price of the new Lincoln Navigator is $ 97,690. This is the price that is paid for full-size luxury SUVs these days, though. And with its good looks, strong powerplant, and over-the-top luxury features the Navigator is one of the best buys in this class.