2011 Lincoln Navigator Overview
With copious amounts of space, power, and cutting-edge technology features, the 2011 Lincoln Navigator full-size SUV is ready to roll out with style and substance.
The 2011 Lincoln Navigator comes with a 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V-8 engine, which is mated to a six-speed automatic, and achieves 14 mpg in the city and 20 mpg in the highway (the two-wheel drive model). Despite a lack of acceleration, the Navigator’s towing capabilities are unquestioned: 8,800-pound towing capacity is standard, with options to take that number to 9,200 pounds. In addition, the Navigator offers trailer stabilization technology to ensure the safest possible towing experience. The 2011 Lincoln Navigator now receives free maintenance for the first 12 months or 15,000 miles.
The 2011 Lincoln Navigator does not come fully loaded at its base price, but has a long list of options allowing buyers to choose the package and price just right for them. Inside the Navigator, THX speakers and Sirius Satellite Radio create a dynamic audio experience. Other luxury options include the hard drive-based navigation system, which features voice activated controls and now comes with HD radio technology. The standard SYNC™ Communications and Entertainment System uses voice commands to access your music collection by genre, album, artist or song title and operate your Bluetooth® compatible devices.
One of the most noticeable traits of the 2011 Lincoln Navigator is the 103 cubic feet of cargo space. The 2011 Navigator seats up to eight and has second-row captain’s chairs as standard equipment (a split-bench can be substituted) and a power-folding third-row is also standard. Premium leather seats cradle occupants, while dual-zone climate control and heated seats keep them cozy. Power running boards extend out from underneath the door to make getting in and out of the Navigator easy. The 2011 Navigator has a longer sibling: the Navigator L, for those who require even more interior space.
The 2011 Lincoln Navigator offers the full set of electronic and mechanical safety features. Antilock brakes, traction and stability control -- all standard -- work hard to prevent collisions and loss of vehicle control. Front, front-side, and three-row head airbags cushion precious cargo in the event of unavoidable impact. After such an impact, the SOS Post-Crash Alert System activates the horn and emergency lights to notify passersby and emergency vehicles as to the location of the damaged Navigator.
If you’re looking for a full-size, sophisticated SUV to take your family and friends wherever life beckons, then the 2011 Lincoln Navigator is for you.