Lincoln has been relatively quiet in the auto world for a while. Ford’s luxury brand has simply struggled to compete with the likes of BMW, Audi, and Lexus. Let’s take a look at what might just separate the 2018 Lincoln Navigator from the rest of the pack.
With the ability to accommodate up to seven adults comfortably, the 2018 Navigator might as well be considered an autonomous limousine. The enormous SUV also comes equipped with the most modern and convenient technology.
The Navigator’s outer shell is made of aluminum for the most part, and it comes with Ford’s classic 3.5-liter twin-turbo-charged, 450-horsepower engine, the same engine in the Ford Raptor super truck. The 10-speed automatic transmission keeps the engine functioning at low RPMs. This means that the 2018 Navigator is not only powerful but also economical and resourceful.
As your key fob approaches the Navigator, the ground beneath the vehicle lights up, and the running boards cast themselves face down. At the same time, the driver’s seat automatically adjusts itself to your own preset preferences before you even step foot inside the vehicle.
From the passengers’ perspectives, laminated glass and din-canceling microphones eliminate noise from the road, and if that isn’t enough, the 20-speaker Revel sound system should certainly do the trick. With just the push of a button, the third row disappears, leaving 120 cubic feet of available space to store all your groceries, musical instruments, bicycles, or whatever else you need to transport.
After conducting this review, it has become clear to us that Lincoln has definitely stepped up their SUV game. The 2018 Navigator is a force to be reckoned with. Whether it’s the spacious and luxurious interior, the convenient and modern technology, or powerful on-road qualities, you won’t be disappointed with this SUV.