2015 Lincoln Navigator Values

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2015 model year changes

The Lincoln Navigator returns for 2015 with several notable changes. Externally, the car gets a new front fascia, bringing the look of the Lincoln Navigator more in line with other vehicles in Lincoln's line up. The rear styling has also been revised, giving the whole vehicle a vastly different look despite most of the sheet metal being carried over from last year. There are several interior improvements as well, involving nicer materials around the center instrument stack. The biggest mechanical change for 2015 is the addition of a new engine, a turbocharged V6 which replaces the old V8 engine as the only engine choice in the Navigator. The new engine is significantly more powerful than the one it replaces, despite this, fuel economy should also be improved with the new V6.

Competitive comparison

Lots of space for people and cargo, strong towing capacity; luxury emphasis; Efficient turbocharged V6 engine

Special features for 2015

The Lincoln Navigator competes with the Cadillac Escalade. The Lincoln Navigator features an extensive luxury-oriented standard-equipment list as well as an impressive list of available options. The Lincoln Navigator features impressive cargo and towing capacity. Available 4-wheel drive makes the Lincoln a very capable vehicle that is also among the most luxurious rides available.


Able to pull over 9,000 pounds, handsomely outfitted to seat eight passengers in extreme comfort, and roomy enough to bring plenty of luggage along for the ride, the Lincoln Navigator has much to offer, but may be a bit overdone for many SUV seekers. The base model features just about everything that you could ever dream of in a large-sized SUV, less the kitchen sink. 18” allow wheels, captain’s chairs in the front and rear, parking sensors, backup camera, 40/20/40-split second row (turns captain’s chairs into a third row) that can increase your passenger space to eight, xenon headlamps, two-zone automatic climate control, leather interior, powered and heated front seats, standard 110-volt power outlets, 6.5” touchscreen display with voice command and Bluetooth connectivity, 14-speaker surround sound system, and a sexy body style that is both monstrous and stylish come standard. A powerful 5.4 liter V8 engine makes 310 horsepower at 365 pound-feet of torque, but only gets a meager 14 city and 20 highway for a combined 16 mpg; go four-wheel drive and that decreases to 14 mpg combined. Included is a basic and limited 3-year/36,000 mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.