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2015 Lincoln Navigator L Overview

John Diether
Automotive Editor - September 29, 2014

When a full-size SUV just isn't enough, buyers turn to mega vehicles like the Navigator L, the stretched version of Lincoln's already-imposing Navigator. Only a handful of SUVs get this big, and just one, the Cadillac Escalade ESV, offers a comparable mix of size and luxury.

What's New for 2015

A turbocharged V6 replaces last year's V8, and bodies wear all-new front and rear styling. Certain dashboard controls have been redesigned for easier use.

2015 Lincoln Navigator L

Choosing Your Lincoln Navigator L

Compared to the standard Navigator, the L offers 14 additional inches of length behind the third row and 25 extra cubic-feet of cargo space for a total of 128. Like its junior sibling, the Navigator L now carries a 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 with 380 horsepower, a gain of 70 horses over the old V8. Towing capacity hasn't suffered at all in the transition -- you're still good to haul up to 9,000 pounds with the standard heavy-duty towing package. As before, a six-speed automatic transmission is standard, and a four-wheel drive system is available for about $4,000. Thanks to the new engine, the Navigator L can now hit 20 mpg on the highway.

The Navigator L is offered in two luxuriously equipped trim levels:


Features a leather interior with heated and ventilated front seats, driver memory, heated second-row captain's chairs (with or without a center console) and a power-folding third row. A second-row bench is available for eight-passenger capacity. You also get a navigation system, configurable dash displays, Bluetooth phone and audio, and a 14-speaker surround-sound system with HD and satellite radio. The MyLincoln Touch infotainment interface receives a new face with tactile buttons. Standard safety fare includes front and rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. The exterior boasts xenon headlamps and bright-finish 20-inch alloy wheels.


Adds an extended leather interior with upgraded wood trim, black lower-body cladding, power running boards (black or chrome) and 22-inch wheels. The Reserve also features a selectable driving mode system known as Lincoln Drive Control. Opting for all these goodies adds $7,500 to the price of the Navigator L.

Among the few individuals options are a rear entertainment system with dual screens, a sunroof and different wheel finishes.

CarsDirect Tip

The Reserve package weighs the price of the Navigator L more than we would like, but it's the only route to the Lincoln Drive Control system, which allows you to tweak how the vehicle responds to your inputs. We recommend test driving the L in both trim levels before deciding whether the upgrade is worth it to you.

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