New luxury SUV is coming as 2017 Lincoln Navigator L. This crossover will probably be out next summer, as new generation model. This is the first time Navigator get the redesign, and L model will likely be upgraded as well. Overall dimensions are to become the identical as for the previous model, exterior could possibly be familiar, but performance and interior design is going to be completely new. Nonetheless, price tag is having a boost also, with at the least $65,000 tag for base model is ready.
2017 Navigator L Engine
Under the hood of the 2017 Lincoln Navigator L is a 3.5-l V6 EcoBoost unit. This twin-turbo engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox, while manual remains optional. Also, power is sent to either rear or all wheels, at buyers option. AWD models cost slightly more. Output of this powertrain is about 380 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. Three driving modes are available, with Normal as starting, Comfort and Sport for smooth or rapid drive. Vehicle is not so fuel efficient, since it goes 15 mpg in city and 20 mpg on highway. All-wheel drive system takes even more gasoline.
2017 Lincoln Navigator L Styling
Overall look of the 2017 Lincoln Navigator L remains just about the same, but some features are new. For example. hood is refreshed and grille has radiator shape. Front bumper and fog lights are linked. Roof rails are installed on major of the crossover and highlight of the rear end are lights and exhaust tips. Inside, there is room for 7 passengers. Seats are made of leather, which is also wrapped about steering wheel.
Safety is boosted with total of 10 airbags, and there are parking sensors with rear-view camera. Other systems integrated into 2017 Navigator L are stability control and anti-lock braking system. Biggest competition comes from GMC Yukon, Cadillac Escalade and Infiniti QX80.
2017 Lincoln Navigator L Price and Release Date
Based on trim level, price tag of the 2017 Lincoln Navigator L goes from $65,000. Other trims, additional packages, all-wheel drive system, boosting the value of the vehicle more than $70,000.