2019 Lincoln Navigator Specs Update And Price
2019 Lincoln Navigator. The Lincoln Navigator is a great off-road and family transporter that offers a very spacious and comfortable cabin. It is also very capable and has a great towing capacity. It is equipped with lots of modern technology and offers excellent cargo space. Under the hood, featuring a powerful V-6 engine that is sized and compared with its competitors, is economical enough. It is available as a standard and long wheelbase called Lincoln Navigator L. As well, it is provided in four trim levels.
These include Premiere Basic, Select, Buffer and Black Label. The base model is the only trim that will not be available in the long wheel version. The 2018 Lincoln Navigator has arrived completely new with many improvements and changes. In 2018, Lincoln Navigator underwent a major redesign that ushered in a more upscale look, more refined interior, new technology, and modern powertrain with much greater power. With paint still drying on this new design, we expect no changes when 2019 Lincoln Navigator visits exhibits.
The entire exterior design has been modified but a large grille has been kept recognizable. Power generation has been upgraded and more power is provided and it is now lighter than the new aluminum. The interior areas have also been revised in order to look at a more luxurious and more enjoyable place to spend time. For the latest 2019 Lincoln Navigator, it is almost certain that it will be unchanged compared to the current model that has been completely renovated. We also expect that it will be presented in the same trims as the current Lincoln Navigator. Its main competitors in the market will be Lexus L570, Cadillac Escalade, Infiniti QX80 and Ford Expedition.
When it comes to exterior design, the 2019 Lincoln Navigator will inherit the 2018 design year model which is clean, handsome and polarized. The huge nets mesh with the Lincoln-backed LID badge in the center dominates the front end. There is also a pair of large headlights equipped with LED lighting. The rear will have the full-back LED lights and the large Lincoln letters above. The interior of 2019 Lincoln Navigator will be very spacious and luxurious. It has three rows of seats, and it is able to carry up to eight passengers.
The second row of seats is available with two captain’s chairs or a seat for three people. In the third row can be placed up to three passengers. The seats will be upholstered in the skin. The cargo room provides 19 cubic feet. However, with the second and third row folded down, there is a room up to 103 cubes. The Lincoln Navigator-liter long wheelbase has a charging room of more than 34 cubic feet. The dashboard is spacious and stylish and features a large 10.0-inch touch screen with 3 synchronization system information, entertainment, robot cars and Apple Car Play connection.
As for the equipment, the base model comes standard with three automatic climate control zone, a rear view camera, 4G Wi-Fi, six USB ports, satellite radio and a Revel sound with 14 speakers. The Lincoln Navigator Select will add a wireless charging device, a hot steering wheel, a 360 degree camera and an adjustment suspension. Premier will include a rear seat entertainment system, a panoramic sunroof and 30-way adjustable front seats with a massage function. Sample Backup We will provide the Reville sound system with 20 speakers while the black label comes with adaptive adjustment control, lane exit warning, park help and so on.
We also expect any changes under the hood for 2019 Lincoln Navigator. Look for a 2.5-liter turbocharged V6 engine to stay at 450 horsepower and 500 pounds of torque. The 10-speed automatic transmission handles switch duties before power reaches the rear wheels. Optionally, buyers are able to choose a four-wheel drive. Lincoln Navigator current has not passed through the AHS test yet, but we expect strong crash test scores. We also imagine that it would be at least the highest safety pick, as it has an automatic emergency braking available – a requirement for this rating. Keep in mind, though, that EB is part of a technology package that is available with Tric and Resref decorations, not the Premium model.
Competition will include the 2019 Lincoln Navigator Cadillac Escalade, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class, and the Land Rover Range Rover. Pricing is also not yet official, but we expect to stay close to the 2018 Lincoln Navigator leash range from $73,250 to $98,100 (includes destination fees). There is no official release date for 2019 Lincoln Navigator, but we expect to arrive in late 2018.