Introduced for the 2007 model year, the Lincoln Navigator L featured a longer wheel base that was 12 longer than the normal Navigator model. It offered an additional 128 feet of cubic space of storage, which was 24 feet more than the standard model offered. Lincoln rolled out a longer six-year/70,000-mile warranty on the powertrain with the release of this model, and made some updates to the tail lights and front grill while also introducing power-folding third-row seating. In 2008, climate-controlled seats became a standard option and Lincoln introduced the rearview camera. In 2009, Synch multimedia was added as part of the standard equipment list, along with the backup camera. The engine got a 10 horsepower boost and GPS was offered with its own standalone hard drive. The MyKey synch system made its debut in 2010. For 2011, a 110-volt AC power outlet and DVD entertainment center were offered as optional upgrades. Aside from adding blind-spot mirrors, no other major changes were made to the 2012 model. The Navigator L passed through 2013 and 2014 with only nominal updates.
Just as luxurious as a standard Navigator, the 2010 Lincoln Navigator L is a full-size SUV that is 15 in. longer for increased cargo space yet retains all of the upscale standard amenities for a refined and stylish ride.