Lincoln Hopes Navigator Can Regain Its Glory

The 2018 Lincoln Navigator has been completely redesigned by the luxury automaker in hopes of regaining some of its former glory as one of the most popular luxury SUVs in the world. The task will not be an easy one but Lincoln pulled out all the stops in an attempt to reclaim its place in the market.

The 2018 Navigator went on sale in the Fall of 2017 and many are excited about some of the changes that Lincoln made to the full-sized SUV. The most striking thing about this year’s model is that it is not as heavy and is noticeable faster than in previous years, all while more well-appointed and spacious. The exterior is fairly similar to the 2017 model year, with the exception of a redesigned front end that has new headlights and a redesigned mesh grille.

The interior is where most of the design changes can be seen, including sliding second-row seating and a reclining third-row seats. There are charging ports on each seat, perfect for today’s battery-powered phones, tablets, and laptops. There is also a wireless charging pad that is nicely integrated into the center console. The Navigator also get the massaging front seats that were first seen in the Lincoln Continental. The instrument cluster is larger than ever, a full 12-inches, and is touted as the brightest and largest heads-up display of any other SUV on the market. These are just a few of the surprising changes to the 2018 Navigator. The rest you’ll have to see for yourself.

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