The 2017 Lincoln Navigator Reserve is luxurious and a high-performance SUV. It delivers in the aspect. A full-size SUV, it is sporty having high command on the road. It has lavish and spacious interior and good road performance which comes as a surprise. It is one the big utility vehicles worth its price.
2017 Lincoln Navigator Reserve – Engine Specs:
It is powered by Twin Turbo Premium Unleaded V-6 a 3.5-liter offered in well-equipped trim 4×4. Plus a 6-speed automatic transmission with Select Shift and an independent rear suspension providing a superior ride. The standard luxury features include a power liftgate, power running boards, heated and cooled front seats. The engine offering 380 hp 3.5-liter twin turbo V-66-speed automatic comes with a rear or all-wheel drive with an impressive 9000 pounds of towing capacity.
The engine fitted in this vehicle is also fitted in some F-150s. This SUV as a whole gives an impressive performance, reaching 60 mph in 6.5 seconds, like its contender GMC Yukon XL Denali. The engine gives a better control on the road, its independent suspense calls for a smooth ride, and steers well on a bumpy, curvy road. It has electric steering that makes it easier to part and maneuver in tight spaces.
2017 Lincoln Navigator Reserve – Exterior and Interior Design:
This full-size SUV has a seating capacity of seven, while the third row also has ample space and doesn’t seem crammed. When it is not in use, it can easily be folded. The interior has an eight-inch touchscreen with standard navigation.
Inside of the 2017 Lincoln Navigator Reserve is spacious and comfortable. Lengthwise it is 207.4 inches long and cargo space of 24.9 cubic feet. It is also lower making it easier to make full use of the cargo space. The wheels for the standard models have 103.3 cubic feet of cargo space, and long wheelbase models have 128.2 cubic feet. It also has more headroom than the competitors Escalade with comfortable seats that are all made in leather. It has one of the largest interiors among all the lineups.
Navigator has lacked infotainment and safety features while Ford has been progressing in this aspect. But now it has been updated with Sync3, controls to operate the phone, climate control, navigation and audio functions. Further, there is a power moonroof, a rear-seat DVD, 20-inch alloy wheels. The dashboard is covered in hand-wrapped leather and a wood interior. Compared to its counterparts Navigator gives off a reserved traditional look.
The center of the interior is fitted with a big 10-inch touchscreen, and another LCD is fitted into the gauge pod. The 2017 Lincoln Navigator Reserve comes with either rear or 4WD. For when you want to tow, Navigator will make the perfect partner, towing 9000 pounds max and curb weight of around 6200.
It has done quite an impressive job having a truck based shaped while not compromising on the luxury factor, with a sophisticated touch.