The Navigator is probably the best-known model of the Ford’s luxury division Lincoln. It is a full-size luxury SUV, which was originally launched in 1997. So far, we saw three generations of it. Current model came in 2007 as 2008 year model. Along with the standard model, company also introduced a longer wheelbase version called Navigator L. The main difference between these two vehicles is in dimensions, while the rest of the characteristics are the same. This model was refreshed last year, and changes for the 2016 Lincoln Navigator L are not expected.
2016 Lincoln Navigator L details
The 2016 Lincoln Navigator L will come with the pretty much same characteristics as previous year model. It is a longer wheelbase variant of standard model. It has for about 12 inches longer wheelbase, which provides more space inside, especially when it is about passengers and cargo space. When it is about other characteristics, they are pretty much the same as for standard model. The 2016 Navigator L will come with all of the changes that came with 2015 refresh. This includes both exterior and interior modifications. It will feature new front fascia with slimmer grille and reshaped LED headlights. It also comes with new taillights.
When it is about wheels, 20-inch are standard now, while 22-inch are optional. When it is about interior changes, the most notable is definitely new touchscreen, which replaces many but not all of analog controls. The 2016 Navigator L also come with an upgrade MyLincoln infotainment system.
2016 Lincoln Navigator L engine
The 2016 Lincoln Navigator L will come with no changes when it is about engines. As you probably know, it is now powered by smaller but more effective 3.5 liter EcoBoost engine, which has maximum output of 380 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. It is paired with 6-speed automatic transmission, with both RWD and AWD variants in offer.
2016 Lincoln Navigator L release date and end of production
The 2016 Lincoln Navigator L will come in next few months and it will be produced until middle of next year, when we are expecting to see a new, fourth-generation model.