Know This About the 2015 Lincoln Navigator
This is the 2015 Lincoln Navigator.
You can’t buy one yet. You have to wait a few months.
But you can know that the full-size sport utility vehicle has a 380-hp, 460 lb-ft of torque 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 (yes, think about that, a full-size SUV with a 6—but one with seriously appropriate performance), a six-speed SelectShift automatic (although one wonders about whether anyone would really want to do anything beside put it in “D” and drive), leather seating surfaces, blind-spot and cross-traffic alert sensors, and a lot more.
(And you can know even more about the Navigator by going here.)
And you can know that the MSRP—including destination and delivery—for the 2015 Navigator starts at $62,475. Should you opt for the Reserve Package, which brings in such things as 22-in. wheels, more supple leather, and Ziricote wood trim, then know that the 4x2 version starts at $69,975.
Knowing that, you can start saving for your new Navigator.
However, should you live in a place like shown in the picture, chances are good that you’re ready to buy right now, if only there were the Navigators ready.
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