It’s never too late to get on board the Navigator bandwagon--or in this case, SUV. The 2016 iteration of Lincoln’s proud giant remains a beauty, showcasing perfectly that it is indeed possible to make an already good product even better.
The 2016 Navigator feels more like a Commander with its enormous presence easily dwarfing other smaller vehicles on the road. It doesn’t have to go charging ahead at full speed, though, (although it very well could), in order to call attention to itself. It’s quiet and unassuming, but also inevitably head-turning.
Raw Engine Power
Unlike its predecessors, the 2016 Lincoln Navigator has switched from the previous V8 engine to a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 with direct fuel injection. Horsepower is at 380, while acceleration lets you go from zero to 60 in 6.5 seconds.
Aside from the engine, the other notable feature that you’ll surely appreciate is its independent rear suspension. SUVs tend to be clunky vehicles because of their size. With this feature, and the complementary continuously controlled damping system, integrated into the model, passenger rides are sure to be more comfortable overall.
Speaking of comfortable rides, this SUV makes sure to deliver on that promise by providing up to 170 cubic feet of space in the cabin. Another 43 cubic feet is available at the back for your groceries and other cargo. If 43 cu.ft. won’t cut it for you, though, just fold down the two rear rows and voila, you get an astounding 128 cu.ft. for all your cargo.
The 2016 Lincoln Navigator offers more than just a powerful engine and an incredibly homey interior. To see for yourself what else makes it stand out from the competition, visit a Lincoln dealership serving Slidell, LA today.