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2019 Lincoln Navigator OVERVIEW

After an acclaimed redesign in 2018, the 2019 Lincoln Navigator is riding high. It leads a competitive pack of American luxury SUVs, asserting dominance with an imposing exterior, endless space, and a sophisticated and luxurious cabin.

What's New for 2019

Aside from renaming a trim level, the Lincoln Navigator returns largely unchanged for 2019.

Choosing Your Lincoln Navigator

Only one engine powers the 2019 Navigator, but it’s a doozie. A 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 packs 350 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission sends power to either the rear or all four wheels, but it can only do so much to improve fuel economy. The Navigator achieves an EPA-estimated 16 miles per gallon city, 23 mpg highway, and 19 combined with rear-wheel drive, or 16/22/18 mpg (city/highway/combined) with all-wheel drive.

The Navigator can also come in long-wheelbase form on all except the base trim. A Navigator L is $3,200 over the starting price and extends the already lengthy cabin to a gargantuan 18.5 feet. Cargo space behind the third row also expands from 19.3 cubic feet to 34.3 cubes. With the seats down, the Navigator L can hold a small room’s worth of cargo at 120.2 cubic feet.

Closely related to the Ford Expedition, the Navigator boasts a solid towing capacity of 8,700 pounds (in RWD, standard-wheelbase form). All Navigator’s also get useful touches like a side-wind stabilization system and a self-cleaning rearview camera.

The remaining features are divided across four trims:

Base

Starting at $74,500 (all prices include the $1,295 destination charge), the Standard trim is the cheapest way into the Navigator lineup. The long wheelbase isn’t available on this trim, but all-wheel drive is a $2,655 option. The rims are 20-inch alloys, complementing LED headlights and a bold active-aero grille. Blind-spot monitoring is included, which is nice given the size of the Navigator’s blind spots.

But the real magic begins in the cabin, where the Navigator gets leather upholstery, a high-resolution 10-inch infotainment touchscreen (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible), tri-zone automatic climate control, wood trim, and ambient lighting. The infotainment system gets navigation and a 4G LTE wi-fi hotspot and sends sound through a 14-speaker Revel audio system. Also standard are rain-sensing wipers, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a hands-free power liftgate, remote start, push-button start, and system memory settings. Second-row captain’s chairs are standard, although a 40/20/40-split bench can be swapped in at no extra cost. In what Lincoln calls the “Lincoln Embrace,” the Navigator will sense an approaching owner and set off an exterior light show and a Lincoln-logo illuminated welcome mat. Other than all-wheel drive and color choices, no options or packages are available at this trim.

Select

Opting for the Navigator Select boosts starting price to $78,850 but opens up more customization. In addition to the features of the Standard trim, the Select gains 22-inch rims, cooled front seats, a surround-view camera, power running boards, and wireless charging. The long wheelbase is available on this trim and above, and all-wheel drive remains a $2,655 option.

The biggest bundle is the Technology Package ($2,640), which includes parking assist, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, a head-up display, automatic high beams, lane keeping assist, automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, distance alerts, and forward collision warning. A cargo organizer and roof rails are bundled for $420 in the Cargo Package. The only other package is a Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package ($1,865), which adds electronic traction assist and a trailer backing system. A few standalone options are worth noting as well. Lincoln’s innovative Perfect Position seats feature 30-way adjustment, 11 independent air cushions, heating, and ventilation, all for $1,500. A rear-seat entertainment system is available for $1,995, and a panoramic sunroof is another $1,995.

Reserve

Stepping up to the Reserve trim adds more standard features at a cost of $86,500. The panoramic roof is standard, as are a second-row console, an illuminated grille-mounted logo, and 24-way heated and cooled front seats. All the safety features of the Technology Package are included, and all-wheel drive is standard on this trim and above.

The Cargo and Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Packages remain in place. On this trim, the Perfect Position seats cost only $1,250. A 20-speaker sound system is an option for $1,195, and other standalone options remain the same.

Black Label

The Navigator Black Label unlocks opulent exclusive trims, but costs a pretty penny at $97,690. Aside from the Cargo Package and the rear-seat entertainment system, everything is standard on this trim, including the premium sound system, the tow package, and the Perfect Position seats. The Black Label allows buyers to select from three interior themes: a lighter toned Venetian-leather Chalet theme, the mahogany-swathed Destination, or the bold but glamorous baby-blue Yacht theme.

Black Label owners also get exclusive membership perks. Lincoln dealership employees will pick up and drop off a Black Label Navigator for all scheduled maintenance, even leaving a loaner in its place, for four years. Car washes and an annual detailing service are complimentary.

CarsDirect Tip

The themes on the Black Label may just be worth the price, but the best value in the 2019 Lincoln Navigator lineup is in the Select trim. Add the Perfect Position seats for unparalleled comfort, plus the Technology Package for a little extra peace of mind.

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