The 2021 Lincoln Navigator is a luxury large SUV classified amongst the best ranks of luxurious sporting vehicles which include BMW X7, Mercedes-Maybach GLS-class, Cadillac Escalade/Escalade ESV. Manufactured and sold since the year 1998, the Lincoln Navigator is a product of the Ford Motor Company in US; it is a counterpart of the Ford Expedition, hence both do have many things in common.
The Lincoln has gone through interesting changes and the 2020 edition came with distinctive styling and handcrafted touches to answer the queries of people who love luxury drive. It is designed with mastery and deep effort to satisfy the pleasure of driving for pleasure and with ease.
Lincoln Navigator, Effortless mastery and powerful
There is no important change in the Lincoln Navigator 2021 model, well it remains the master of technology with Lincoln play and other Driver-assist features which keeps you connected. Since the full changes of the interior in the 2018 versions, and boost in some engine features, the navigator has been unchallenged in terms of luxurious features.
The 2020 version which gained more standard features does provide different trim lineup, quiet impressive. The power and performance of this large SUV is surely attributed to the turbocharged 3.5liter V6 engine producing 450-horsepower and 510 pound-feet of Torque with a 10-speed automatic transmission, all functioning in premium fuel.
The available trims for the 2021 Lincoln Navigator include; the base, Reserve, and Black label. The two higher trims are equipped with a long-wheelbase Navigator L. Although the three models do have the same engine features, the Black Label trim displays a row illuminated seat belt buckles as well as an illuminated Lincoln star on the exterior of the vehicle.
Gigantic, comfortable, available seats for all
The 2021 Lincoln Navigator is quiet robust and gigantic and offers up to 8 seats for the entire family. It provides desirable performance; space comfort you deserve for a safe trip. Indeed, there is enough space, there is more cargo room in the Lincoln navigator L specifically, about 34.5 to 36 cubic feet of space with all the seats up, between 73.4 and 79.6 cubic feet just behind the second row and about 120 cubic feet behind the first row.
Amazing Infotainment, powerful connectivity and Incredible Safety
The 2021 Lincoln Navigator is equipped with rear seat entertainment system which allow the passenger to stream content wirelessly with an android device connected to an eye-catching 10-inch touchscreen display in the rear of the front seats. One amazing point is that each screen can display another content, allowing the passenger to personalize the entertainment for a smooth trip.
Another connectivity feature is the Sirius XM Traffic and traffic link available here for a safe drive in different area. Concerning safety, the Navigator has been given a five-star safety rating by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), not really bad. Other safety features include the Co-pilot360 driver-assistance technology, the Standard blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert, the Standard Automated Emergency braking with pedestrian detection, the Available Adaptive cruise control.
Price Range and close Rivals
The 2021 Lincoln Navigator starting price is about $78,000, that is a little more expensive compare to that of rivals, like the Ford Expedition 2021 which is about $52,290, or the Cadillac Escalade 2021 which is about $76,195 for the base luxurious trim, while other models are costlier. The Escalade does beat the Navigator in terms of cargo space no matter the similar gigantic appearance.
Another key rival of the Lincoln navigator is the BMW X7 with an approximate starting price of $74 900, still less expensive compare to the formal. The 2021 BMW X7 with a more satisfying acceleration compare to the Lincoln Navigator is somehow weak when it comes to the cargo space, it has less passenger and cargo spaces and also the infotainment is not really easy to control.
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