LINCOLN NAVIGATOR 3rd Generation

LINCOLN NAVIGATOR 3rd Generation

Interior Measurements FRONT HEAD ROOM 39.5 in. FRONT HIP ROOM 60.2 in. FRONT LEG ROOM 41.1 in. FRONT SHOULDER ROOM 63.3 in. REAR HIP ROOM 59.9 in. REAR HEAD ROOM 39.7 in. REAR LEG ROOM 39.1 in. REAR SHOULDER ROOM 63.7 in.
CARGO CAPACITY, ALL SEATS IN PLACE 42.6 cu.ft. MAXIMUM CARGO CAPACITY 128.2 cu.ft.
NHTSA rating: 4 stars
Primary Use: Executive Chauffeured
Safety Features 4-wheel ABS Front, rear and third row head airbags Dual front side-mounted airbags Child seat anchors Remote anti-theft alarm system Emergency braking assist Front and rear ventilated disc brakes Rear door child safety locks Engine immobilizer Front fog/driving lights Auto delay off headlamps Dusk sensing headlamps Xenon high intensity discharge headlamp 2 front headrests 2 rear headrests Passenger airbag occupant sensing deactivation Front seatbelt pretensioners Turn signal mirrors Stability control Traction control Electronic brakeforce distribution Rear height adjustable headrests Post-collision safety system Tire pressure monitoring
In Car Entertainment Element antenna THX premium brand speakers Separate rear audio 14 total speakers Video monitor DVD player 600 watts stereo output AM/FM stereo Satellite radio w/real time traffic satellite radio Adjustable speed sensitive volume control Auxiliary audio input and USB with external media control 1 subwoofer(s) Surround audio surround audio (discrete) 6 Months of provided satellite radio service Radio data system USB connection
Comfort Three zone climate control Cargo area light Leather, wood and chrome trim on center console Wood and simulated alloy trim on dash Leather, wood and chrome trim on doors Front reading lights Leather and chrome trim on shift knob Leather and wood steering wheel Rear floor mats Turn signal in mirrors Electrochromatic inside rearview mirror Dual illuminating vanity mirrors
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    • Though it’s certainly capable and comfortable, there are better choices for a large, three-row luxury SUV than the 2014 Lincoln Navigator.

 

  • Pros –  Plush ride; comfortable seating in all three rows; power-folding third-row seat; typically less expensive than comparable rivals.
  • Cons – V8 engine feels overworked under heavy loads; cumbersome handling; many interior surfaces and buttons feel cheap.
  • What’s New for 2014

    For 2014 the Lincoln Navigator returns unchanged.

SUV capacity

 

Passengers: 

  • Five passengers very comfortably.
  • Can accommodate a 6th person in front passenger seat, or a 7th if the SUV has bench seats.up front.

Luggage: 

  • Fits up to 6 average size bags.
  • No space for luggage if extra seating row installed