2016 Lincoln Navigator
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Available Trim Levels and Options
The new 2016 Navigator includes the following Trim Levels:
- Navigator: Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package, Forward Sensing System, front rain-sensing wipers, high-intensity discharge projector lamps with LED signature lighting, LED running lamps, first-row 10-way power heated and cooled premium leather-trimmed seats, first-row overhead console with map lights.
- Navigator L: Cargo Management System, 4.10 axle, plus the same features the above model has including HD Radio™, soft door trim panels with real wood appliques, illuminated entry system activated by key fob, trailer sway control, side-impact door beams.
2016 Lincoln Navigator Dealer serving Los Angeles
The 2016 Lincoln Navigator is a luxury SUV that elevates the driving experience. With available continuously controlled damping, sensors constantly monitor suspension, body motion, steering, and brake dynamics. Define your driving enjoyment by choosing an operating mode: Comfort, Normal, or Sport. Then ease on down the highway with the fluid feel afforded by electric power-assisted steering. Powering every journey is the 3.5 L twin-turbocharged direct injection EcoBoost® V-6, which produces 380 horsepower at 5,250 RPM and 460 lb.-ft. of torque at 2,750 RPM. The standard SelectShift automatic offers two operating modes. With Progressive Range Select, you can limit the gears for consistent speed over uneven terrain. Or choose Full Manual to maintain complete control over the gearbox.
So if you are shopping for a 2016 Lincoln Navigator in Los Angeles then visit Galpin Lincoln in Van Nuys to test drive one today.
In the 2016 Lincoln Navigator, the Safety Canopy® System boasts a rollover sensor for all 3 rows. During certain types of roll-overs and side-impact collisions, side-curtain airbags inflate from the headliner to protect outboard riders. The Personal Safety System protects those in front with dual-stage front airbags.
Through ultrasonic sensors hidden in the bumper of the 2016 Lincoln Navigator, the reverse sensing system lets you know when obstacles are in the way as you move backwards slowly. Getting closer to an object increases the signal.