2020 Lincoln Navigator launches with new standard features, 3 styling kits
Lincoln Motor Company has taken the wraps off the 2020 Lincoln Navigator SUV. The facelift brings along extended standard equipment and three Monochromatic styling packages.
The refreshed Navigator takes advantage of such added standard features as power-assisted running boards, ventilated/heated seats, a wireless charging device, and Lincoln’s signature Co-Pilot360 safety system. The latter includes a rear view camera equipped with an automatic washer, a frontal collision prevention system, automatic high beam, blind zone monitor, and lane control.
All trims now also benefit from a feature called Phone As A Key, which enables you to open the trunk, lock the central lock and start the engine using your smartphone.
The model still ships with the same old 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 good for 456 hp (340 kW) along with 692 Nm (516 pound-feet) of torque. The transmission is ten-speed automatic.
The abovementioned styling kits are only available to the range-topping Navigator Reserve. Customers may choose Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl or Infinite Black – just as the names suggest, all trims are monochromatic and serve to make the SUV stand out more.
The 2020 Lincoln Navigator starts from $73,200 in the United States.
Chief Editor Olga Markelova
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