2008 Lincoln Navigator Values
If it’s passenger-hauling capabilities or cargo-hauling capabilities you’re after, the 2008 Lincoln Navigator steps up to the plate – and in a big way. Having seen its last major overhaul in 2003 (and major updates in 2007), the Navigator carries on tradition as being a full-sized SUV with 300 horses under the hood generated from a 5.4-liter V8, with a 6-speed automatic transmission as standard. Buyers have the choice between RWD or 4WD, depending on their needs. Luxury amenities include automatic dual zone climate control, running boards, a sunroof and rear seat audio controls.Read more Read less
Following a complete redesign for 2007, the 2008 Lincoln Navigator and Lincoln Navigator L now come standard with a power liftgate, THX II certified audio with 14 speakers, Sirius satellite radio, PowerFold third-row seats, and heated and cooled front seats. In addition, a Monochrome Limited Edition Package is optional, and the Ultimate trim has been discontinued. New exterior colors added to the 2008 palette include White Suede Clearcoat, Vapor Silver Clearcoat, and Earth Clearcoat.
Refinement; quiet and versatile interior with power-folding third row; towing and hauling ability.
The 2008 Lincoln Navigator is one of the most luxurious American-made vehicles, appearing as an elegantly dressed full-size SUV on the outside with especially posh interior appointments. The new Lincoln Navigator L model brings added cargo space and is a direct rival to the Cadillac Escalade ESV. The Lincoln Navigator models stand out for their interior packaging, with a standard PowerFold third-row seat that automatically folds forward for an expanded flat cargo space. Yet the Lincoln Navigator still has a truck frame and serious hauling credentials, with tow ratings of up to 9,100 pounds.
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