The 2015 Lincoln Navigator finds More Power, an Updated Cabin, and Resigned Styling
The original OG of the full-size luxury SUV, the 2015 Lincoln Navigator retains it’s beloved, old-school attributes but evolved into a new, redesigned and powered up Navigator for 2015.
Inside, the 2015 Lincoln Navigator finds a more refined appeal, including additional customer-focused technologies. For more luxury, add the Reserve Package introducing an updated cabin extending leather to all three row of seats; plus a new type of premium wood, Ziricote, first to the auto industry. Standard now is the new Lincoln steering wheel found in the MKC small utility introduced last year. Seat assembly includes second-row options with captain’s chairs or fold-flat bench. Thanks to the Navigator’s patented rear suspension setup, the third-row will fold-flat, via PowerFold. This means segment-leading rear cargo.
As we’d expect, the front-grill is both bold and menacing yet maintains it’s elegant look, incorporating Lincoln’s iconic split-wing design grill for 2015. The hood is newly redesigned and standards include 20-inch wheels or 22-inch with the Reserve Package, with chrome-wheel option.
Powered by the 3.5L EcoBoost engine, the new 2015 Navigator says goodbye to it’s enormous 5.4L V8. A twin-turbocharged, direct injection engine states to produce 370-hp and 4330 lb.ft of torque, with segment-best towing.
The 2015 Lincoln Navigator is slated for production late summer 2014, produced at the automaker’s Louisville, KY plant, hitting dealers early fall 2014.