A used Lincoln Navigator is highly sought after by buyers who want to buy the largest and most luxurious SUV they can. The Lincoln Navigator is a full size luxury SUV built for Lincoln by Ford Motors. The Navigator was introduced in 1997 as a luxurious eight-seater. The initial models were powered by 5.4 liter Triton SOHC V8 and 5.4 liter In Tech DOHC V8 engines and a 4 speed automatic transmission. They had a towing capacity of 7,700 pounds. Additional features were four-wheel anti lock disc brakes, automatic climate control, dual front side airbags, power windows and power door locks. Other features included power heated mirrors, fog lights, remote keyless entry and 16-inch alloy wheels. The second generation Navigator had a standard 5.4-liter, DOHC V8, engine that produced 300 hp at 5000 rpm and 365 lbs-feet of torque at 3750rpm. It had a 6 speed automatic transmission and a towing capacity of 8,600 pounds for the rear wheel drive model and 8.300 pounds for the 4 wheel drive trims. The base curb weight fell to 5,555 lbs from earlier models which had a base curb weight of 5,760 pounds. Additional features included 18-inch wheels, three-row seating for 7, leather upholstery, multi-zone automatic climate control, power folding third row seats and a stability control system. In addition, the models were equipped with a highly advanced system for rollover protection, dual front seat side airbags and side curtain airbags in all 3 rows. The audio system used included a 600 watt THX-II sound system with 14 speakers. The 2007 model had a towing capacity of 9,000 pounds while the 2008 model of the Navigator had standard features such as rearview camera, front park assist, a capless fuel filler and rain sensing windshield wipers. The Lincoln Navigator has always done what it was designed to do. It seats 8 people in luxurious comfort. Prospective buyers should research CarsDirect for comprehensive listings of used Lincoln Navigators for sale.