2018 Lincoln Navigator L ratings and reviews

The 2018 Lincoln Navigator L is a supersized version of its close sibling, the Navigator, featuring more than 128 cubic feet of cargo space in a stylish package. Despite its larger size, the Navigator L still boasts a 16/22 city/highway mpg EPA rating, a fair range for an SUV of its stature. A twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine gives the Navigator L plenty of power for all trips and the Reserve L trim allows drivers to swap two-wheel drive for four-wheel drive for no additional cost. Both trims offer a host of impressive features that meet any driver’s needs for safety, comfort, and convenience, including crash severity sensors, keyless entry pad, a reverse sensing system, wireless charging pad, and a 4G modem with hotspot capability. Optional packages can add perks like adaptive cruise control, head-up display, enhanced active parking assist, 30-way power front seating, and a center-console CD player to both trims.

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The 2018 Lincoln Navigator L is a supersized version of its close sibling, the Navigator, featuring more than 128 cubic feet of cargo space in a stylish package. Despite its larger size, the Navigator L still boasts a 16/22 city/highway mpg EPA rating, a fair range for an SUV of its stature. A twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine gives the Navigator L plenty of power for all trips and the Reserve L trim allows drivers to swap two-wheel drive for four-wheel drive for no additional cost. Both trims offer a host of impressive features that meet any driver’s needs for safety, comfort, and convenience, including crash severity sensors, keyless entry pad, a reverse sensing system, wireless charging pad, and a 4G modem with hotspot capability. Optional packages can add perks like adaptive cruise control, head-up display, enhanced active parking assist, 30-way power front seating, and a center-console CD player to both trims.
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