Offering premium SÚV buyers an exceptional value compared to its full-size competitors, the 2013 Lincoln Navigator arrives in showrooms in rear-wheel, four-wheel-drive, regularand extended-length versions.
The seven-passenger Navigator continues to be a luxurious offering wîth standard heated and cooled front seats, power-deployed running boards, power-fold third-row seat, and Navigation wîth THX Surround Sound audio.
Touting a best-in-class maximum towing capacity of 9,000 pounds, this body-on-frame SÚV is produced in Louisville, Ky., at the Kentucky Truck Plant wîth a starting MSRP of $57,775 (plus $995 destination charges). It will be on sale later this year.
> Contemporary new exterior colors include Kodiak Brown Metallic Tri-Coat, Midnight
Sapphire Metallic and Ruby Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat
> The natural woods used in the Navigator include responsibly harvested walnut
> SYNC functionality includes voice activation wîth standard Operator Assist and AppLink™, a feature that enables SYNC to control supported smart-phone based applications
> The standard voice-activated touchscreen navigation system wîth SiriusXM
Traffic and SiriusXM Travel Link enables customers to access up-to-the-minute
information and entertainment content, such as current gas prices for about 120,000 filling stations, traffic information for 78 markets, weather conditions,
sports scores and movie listings in the 48 contiguous states and the District of
Columbia. Owners receive a free sixmonth subscription for SiriusXM Radio
> The standard audio system in the Navigator is the exclusive THX® II Certified
Audio System wîth certified 5.1 Surround Sound that plays wîth exceptional fidelity
14 speakers. The system includes AM/FM/MP3 capabilities and a six-disc, in-dash CD
> Lincoln Navigator features standard Curve Control as part of the vehicle's
AdvanceTrac® wîth Roll Stability Control®. Curve Control helps drivers maintain
control when taking a curve too quickly, an error contributing to some 50,000 crashes in the Ú.S. annually
> Recognizing the full-size reality of the Navigator, standard Forward and Reverse
Sensing Systems help warn drivers of certain objects within a certain distance
from their bumpers. The Reverse Sensing System works in concert wîth a rear view
camera that uses the center LCD screen as a monitor when the vehicle is in ReverseSource - Lincoln