Exquisite style and luxury await you. Ziricote genuine wood inlays, front- and second- row premium Del Rio leather seating surfaces, cargo area floor mat and 22-inch polished aluminum wheels come standard in the Reserve Model. Power-deployable running boards are available in chrome with this Model.
The standard one-touch PowerFold 60/40 third-row split bench seat accommodates three passengers comfortably. At the touch of a button, fold either or both sides of the third-row seat to the floor in one fluid motion. Need more space? The second row folds flat as well, creating a flat load floor. Luxury for all rows, standard.
MyKey® is an innovative safety feature that lets you control certain features when the vehicle is driven by an inexperienced driver or when you lend it to someone. For instance, the Belt-Minder® warning chime can stay activated and the audio system sound remain muted until the front safety belts are buckled. MyKey can be set to place limits on speed (up to 80 miles per hour) and audio volume (to 45 percent of maximum). The low-fuel light comes on sooner than with the standard setting. It takes just a few minutes to program a MyKey ignition key through the vehicle's message center.
The 2017 Lincoln Navigator offers a best-in-class towing capacity of 9,000 lbs. And the 6-speed automatic transmission with tow/haul mode helps keep you from gaining too much speed when towing downhill. And going up? It helps the engine stay in its power band so that you can keep your momentum. Standard trailer sway control works with traction control to monitor vehicle motion, and to help give you peace of mind.
When it starts to rain or snow, the standard rain-sensing wipers automatically turn on and can be set to one of five levels of sensitivity. So smart, you'll wonder how you ever got along without them. The five moisture-sensitivity settings accommodate light rain or a downpour.
The Lincoln Navigator offers an array of standard luxuries that you'll find impressive. With the standard power liftgate, a touch of the button on your key fob or inside the passenger cabin opens or closes the liftgate, allowing you to easily load up groceries, luggage or anything else. If you need quick access, the manual flip-up glass window lets you place items into the cargo area or retrieve them without having to open the liftgate.
The 2017 Lincoln Navigator has best-in-class third-row leg room and more third-row head room than Infiniti QX 80 and Lexus LX. The low-back heated bucket seats (two comfort settings included) are leather-trimmed, and have recline and fold-flat features. At the back of the front floor console are auxiliary climate controls, allowing second-row passengers to adjust their ambient temperature. The second-row seats also have their own optional floor console with padded armrest, covered storage and two cupholders. Luxury for all rows comes standard.
Geneva leather is a premium, non-chrome leather that lets the natural beauty of the grain shine through. Warm, inviting and durable, its innate softness and suppleness make it a natural match for the most selective and exclusive of vehicles.
The available Dual-Headrest DVD Entertainment System by INVISION features two 7-inch color LCD wide-screen monitors built into the front-row head restraints. The monitors have top-slot-loading players, two dual-channel infrared headphones and a remote control. Passengers can watch a different movie on each screen or the same movie on both screens.
The standard SelectShift automatic has two modes of operation — Progressive Range Select or Full Manual. In Progressive Range Select, you can limit the range of gears, while you're in Drive, to lock out overdrive for consistent speed over hilly terrain. Tap down into Range Select mode, and the display shows the available gears and highlights the one that's in use. This feature lets you limit the use of upper gears when the vehicle is heavily loaded or towing on grades. In Full Manual mode, you can go all the way up and down the gearbox so you're fully in control. The display will show the selected gear, and the control system will lock the torque converter and hold that gear for a full manual transmission feel.
The Lincoln Navigator is one of the very few full-size SUVs engineered with an independent multilink rear suspension (IRS) system that enables each wheel to negotiate bumps and jolts on its own terms, providing ride quality and control.
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