Lincoln spoke about the updated full-size SUV NavigatorJuly 15, 2019
Sales of the American novelties will begin in November of this year. Prices will be announced closer to the start of sales.
The prestigious Lincoln brand is proud to announce that over 66% of the sales of its full-size SUV Navigator are made by customers of other brands, with 9 out of 10 choosing the most expensive equipment for this model. To keep customers from other premium brands, the American company releases an updated version of the 2020 model year SUV. Although the changes are invisible at first glance, they are and they are very important.
People who are looking for a comfortable, spacious and safe family SUV will be happy to hear that the Navigator 2020 gets a lot of standard equipment for all trim levels.
Even the cheapest versions of the model now offer power steps, heated and ventilated front seats and a wireless charging panel. In addition, the Lincoln Co-Pilot360 system adds security features such as automatic high beam, blind spot detection, frontal collision warning, pedestrian detection, and more.
The system called “Phone as a key” allows you to lock and unlock the car, open the tailgate, start the engine and drive a car without a traditional keychain in your pocket. This technology is the base for all versions of the model. The feature is activated via the Lincoln Way app.
Lincoln does not mention any mechanical improvements or changes. This means that the Navigator SUV will continue to be offered with a 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost engine in combination with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The updated SUV will go on sale in November of this year, and prices will be announced closer to the start of sales.
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