The 2020 Lincoln Navigator aims to lure you away from the competition
|driving.ca 15 Jul 2019 at 12:04|
The Monochromatic Package, available on the Navigator Reserve series, offers on-trend exterior sweeps of color that showcase the bold lines of Lincoln’s full-size SUVLincoln
Lincoln mid-July unveiled the refreshed Navigator it’ll sell you starting November, when you’ll be able to choose from three new trims with more luxury to lure you away from other brands.
Lincoln says that already 66 per cent of its buyers have defected away from other brands, and that 90 per cent of its buyers choose the highest trim level option.
Now, whatever trim option you choose will have more features and technology as standard.
Three new packages are being offered under the “Monochromatic Package” umbrella. Lincoln says they’re meant to follow the design trends of today, offering a look that’s “clean, uncluttered, and [with] a focus on the horizontal [that] leads the eye through a spacious expanse.”
The package names follow suit: Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl and Infinite Black.
Across the whole range, power running boards, heated and ventilated front seats and wireless phone charging are now standard. Safety features such as auto high-beam headlights, blind-spot detection, pre-collision assist, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection and more are courtesy of Lincoln’s Co-Pilot360.
Lincoln’s Phone As A Key system that debuted on the 2020 Aviator will be coming to the Navigator as well. The system allows people to — well, use their phone as a key, instead of using a traditional key fob to unlock and start the car.
Nothing is set to change under the hood; the Navigator will still be powered by a 3.5-litre Ecoboost V6 and mated to a 10-speed automatic gearbox. Pricing will be revealed closer to the on-sale date.