The standard 3.5L twin-turbocharged Navigator engine delivers 380 horsepower and 460 lb.-ft. of torque. But it's far more than raw power. Direct fuel injection delivers smooth and sophisticated power on demand and an EPA-estimated rating of 16 city/22 hwy/18 combined mpg. The combination of power and performance help to deliver best-in-class towing capability: a max of 9,000 pounds when properly equipped.
The 2017 Lincoln Navigator offers a best-in-class towing capacity of 9,000 lbs.* And the 6-speed automatic transmission with tow/haul mode helps keep you from gaining too much speed when towing downhill. And going up? It helps the engine stay in its power band so that you can keep your momentum. Standard trailer sway control works with traction control to monitor vehicle motion, and to help give you peace of mind.
The Lincoln Navigator is one of the very few full-size SUVs engineered with an independent multilink rear suspension (IRS) system that enables each wheel to negotiate bumps and jolts on its own terms, providing ride quality and control. Superior ride and handling aren't the only benefits. The Navigator IRS features our patented "porthole-in-frame" design, in which steel halfshafts pass through elliptical portholes in the frame. This design allows for a lower and fully flat load floor, increased passenger and cargo volume, a lower rear ride height for enhanced aerodynamics, plus a lower step-in height to help make getting in and out easy.
Lincoln Navigator has six standard airbags to help protect you and your passengers.* There are dual-stage front-seat airbags, front-seat-mounted side airbags and side-curtain airbags (part of the Safety Canopy System)* that deploy from the headliner on both sides of the vehicle. A rollover sensor activates the side-curtain airbags in the event of a rollover or certain side-impact collisions.
The available Dual-Headrest DVD Entertainment System* by INVISION features two 7-inch color LCD wide-screen monitors built into the front-row head restraints. The monitors have top-slot-loading players, two dual-channel infrared headphones and a remote control. Passengers can watch a different movie on each screen or the same movie on both screens.
A rear view camera is just one of the many impressive standard features you'll find on Lincoln Navigator. Activated when you shift into reverse, it can show you certain objects that are behind your vehicle. It can also be a helpful assistant when you're connecting a trailer. A video image is displayed on the navigation screen, with red, yellow and green guidelines providing an easy reference for how far an object is behind you.
The Lincoln Navigator greets you as you go and return. When the vehicle is in park and you open the door, the Lincoln Welcome Mat illuminates the ground. When you return and use your key fob to unlock the doors, the welcome mat and warm interior lighting welcome you back.
The 2017 Navigator features Intelligent Access with push-button start. With the key fob in your pocket, purse or briefcase, just push the keyless entry pad and open the door. Once inside, press the brake pedal and then the start button, shift into gear and you're ready to go.
Standard on the 2017 Lincoln Navigator, a state-of-the-art THX II Certified 5.1 Surround Audio System features 600 watts of power, a 12-channel amp, 14 speakers including subwoofer and high-quality HD Radio™ reception. Multichannel equalization and digital signal processing match speaker placement with cabin acoustics to assure concert-quality performance
The Lincoln Navigator offers an array of standard luxuries that you'll find impressive. With the standard power liftgate, a touch of the button on your key fob or inside the passenger cabin opens or closes the liftgate, allowing you to easily load up groceries, luggage or anything else. If you need quick access, the manual flip-up glass window lets you place items into the cargo area or retrieve them without having to open the liftgate.
There's no compromising on luxury in a Lincoln Navigator. That's why heated and cooled front seats and heated 2nd row seats come standard. Each front seat comes with three heating settings and three cooling settings for year-round comfort.
Standard power-deployable running boards make getting in or out of the Lincoln Navigator easier. When you open your door, the running board extends, and retracts when you close it. Attending to your every need is what Navigator luxury is all about. Available in chrome with the Reserve model.