2018 Lincoln Navigator ratings and reviews
Four trims let drivers customize the 2018 Lincoln Navigator to meet their needs for safety, comfort, entertainment, and convenience. From the Premiere to the Black Label, helpful driving assistance, advanced audio, and stylish interior and exterior features can add onto the Navigator’s already tech-savvy package. Standard in all trims are impressive technology features like SYNC 3, a navigation system, forward sensing system, Blind-Spot Information System (BLIS), and Belt-Minder, but the two upper tiers – Reserve and Black Label – offer 24-way power front seating, heated and ventilated seats, and hill descent control. Various packages help drivers customize all trim levels but the Premiere with additions like cargo accessories, heavy duty trailer towing hookups, and a rear-seat entertainment system. A twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine with 10-speed auto transmission powers each trim, giving the Navigator an estimated EPA rating of 16/23 city/highway mpg. Four-wheel drive can be included on the Reserve and Black Label for no extra charge.