2017 Lincoln Navigator ratings and reviews

The standard wheelbase 2017 Lincoln Navigator comes in both the standard Select and the upgraded Reserve trim. Both use the same powerful 3.5L twin-turbocharged V6 EcoBoost engine which is capable of producing 380 horsepower and 460 ft-lb of torque. With a 6-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive, it’s able to pick up speed even with its heavier weight. Thanks to a fully independent rear suspension, automated damping, and 22-inch wheels, you’ll be able to enjoy an incredibly smooth ride. Inside of the cabin, you’ll find leather seats in both the Select and Reserve versions, as well as blind spot sensors, ABS, parking distance sensors, a backup camera, and inbuilt navigation. The more efficient twin-turbocharged engine allows you to drive the 2017 Lincoln Navigator for 100km in the city and only use 16.2L of fuel while traveling the same distance on the highway would only use up 11.9L.

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The standard wheelbase 2017 Lincoln Navigator comes in both the standard Select and the upgraded Reserve trim. Both use the same powerful 3.5L twin-turbocharged V6 EcoBoost engine which is capable of producing 380 horsepower and 460 ft-lb of torque. With a 6-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive, it’s able to pick up speed even with its heavier weight. Thanks to a fully independent rear suspension, automated damping, and 22-inch wheels, you’ll be able to enjoy an incredibly smooth ride. Inside of the cabin, you’ll find leather seats in both the Select and Reserve versions, as well as blind spot sensors, ABS, parking distance sensors, a backup camera, and inbuilt navigation. The more efficient twin-turbocharged engine allows you to drive the 2017 Lincoln Navigator for 100km in the city and only use 16.2L of fuel while traveling the same distance on the highway would only use up 11.9L.




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