For old and new fans alike, the 2015 Lincoln Navigator is bringing something special to the table for everyone to enjoy. This years model will showcase a fresh perspective on a classic vehicle, complete with revisions on the exterior, interior as well as under the hood.
Most notable of these changes is the all-new engine found in the 2015 Navigator. The 3.5L, twin-turbocharged EcoBoost engine serves up substantially more power and torque than its predecessor in addition to offering best in class fuel economy. Furthermore, the Navigator’s interior is one-of-a-kind, offering first-class upholstery and high-quality construction across the entire vehicle. The available Reserve Package delivers leather-wrapped instrument panel, armrests, and gear shift, premium Ziricote wood trim, upgraded leather seating and 22-inch polished aluminum wheels.
“The 2015 Lincoln Navigator provides many upgrades over the outgoing model, offering customers – whether loyal Navigator owners or drivers new to the brand – new and compelling reasons to consider driving a Navigator,” said Matt VanDyke, director, global Lincoln. This train of thought is evident when looking at the Navigator, which features a newly designed hood, power liftgate, gem-like daytime running lights and 222 exterior LEDs placed at varying points around the vehicle.
“The new Lincoln Navigator has more of what our customers want delivering both power and beauty,” said Elaine Bannon, chief engineer. “It’s got the new Lincoln design DNA on the exterior, a redesigned instrument panel and a new Reserve option with 22-inch wheels along with the 3.5L EcoBoost engine. Once we were able to include all of those elements, I knew we had a vehicle people will love.”
With all of these incredible elements combined into one elegant, sleek package, the 2015 Navigator brings luxury SUVs to another level. Stay tuned to Planet Lincoln for more updates on the 2015 Navigator and other luxury vehicles from Lincoln Motors. You can view out current inventory by visiting us online at www.PlanetLincoln.com. See you soon!