2020 Lincoln Navigator: Price, Redesign, Interior – The Lincoln Navigator has been in the SUV market for years now. We all know that there are many manufacturers who compete for market share in the SUV market. The fact that the Navigator lineup is able to survive in such a competitive market all these years speak of its quality.
Recently the latest iteration of the lineup, the previous Lincoln Navigator, has been released. The current model is a powerful, capable, and reliable vehicle, just as its predecessors. It has a good-looking exterior, a decent interior, a powerful engine, and various safety features.
Soon, we are going to see the 2020 model. What kind of exterior and interior will it have? What kind of engine will it be powered by? What about its safety features? We have the possible answers below. We will also tell you about the possible release date and price as well.
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Major redesigns usually happen once in a few years. In the Navigator lineup, the latest major redesigns have been done to the 2018 model. Thanks to the major redesigns, the lineup now has a more distinctive look, betters interior, a much more powerful engine, and better technologies.
Since the latest major redesigns happened just recently, we don’t expect the 2020 Lincoln Navigator to come with major redesigns. On the contrary, we expect it to be a carryover model. In other words, it will continue most of what the previous Navigator has, including exterior, interior, engine, and safety features.
While the 2020 model is unlikely to get any major redesigns, it doesn’t mean that it will be an exact copy of the previous model. We can expect Lincoln to give it some changes, updates, and tweaks here and there so the upcoming Navigator is fitting to be a 2020 SUV.
Being a carryover model, the 2020 Lincoln Navigator will have a large grille similar with the 2019 Navigator. This large grille is the lineup’s best grille so far. The large grill makes a statement for the SUV and makes it look powerful. The SUV will use LED headlights. LED accents will be offered. Also, it will not be surprising if the “Lincoln” logo to use LED as well.
For the rear end, the SUV will get LED treatment, too. It will have LED taillights with superb-looking lettering on top of it. On the sides, there will be a chiseled character that moves toward the taillights. Overall, the 2020 Navigator will look very stylish as it should be. It is meant to be a 2020 model, after all.
As with everything else, the interior of the 2020 Navigator will look similar to the interior of the previous model. The Navigator has an excellent interior with various features in it. If the 2020 Navigator carries these on, it shouldn’t be a problem.
The interior should have quality materials even for the base trim level. The previous Navigator is like that, so we can expect the 2020 Lincoln Navigator to be the same. The comfort level of the Navigator lineup is great, especially for the first and second-row seating. The first row seats are not only soft, but they are also supportive. The second-row seats are just as comfortable as the first rows. The third row seats, unfortunately, are a bit tight. Although the third row seats are tight, they are quite spacious.
The SUV will have standard features such as a 10-inch display with Sync 3 infotainment system, active noise control, tri-zone climate control, an audio system with 14 speakers 4G LTE Wi-Fi, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay.
Rumor has it that the 2020 Navigator is going to come with only one engine option. This engine is a 3.5L, V6 twin-turbo EcoBoost engine. Although this engine is very likely to be the only engine option, the engine is powerful enough to do just about any task so it should not be a problem.
The V6 engine is capable of generating up to 450 horsepower with up to 510 lb-ft of torque. The engine will also be paired with a 10-speed auto transmission gearbox. With this powerful engine, the 2020 Lincoln Navigator is likely able to tow up to 8,700 pounds of weight, just like its predecessors.
In terms of fuel economy, the engine has been rated to have 16/21 mpg (city/highway) for the 4×2 model, 16/21 mpg for the 4×4 model, 16/22 mpg for the L 4×2 model and 16/21 mpg for the L 4×4 model.
As a family car, the 2020 Lincoln Navigator should come with various safety features. The 2020 Navigator should come with features such as a 360-degree camera system, active cruise control, automated parking sensors, airbag occupancy sensor, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assist, child safety lock in the rear seating, tire pressure warning, and side impact beams.
Currently, there is no official information regarding the release date of the 2020 Navigator. That being said, we can expect the upcoming Navigator to hit the market in the second half of 2019. It is meant to be a 2020 model, after all.
As for the price, although Lincoln has yet to tell us, we can guesstimate it using the price of the previous model’s starting price. The starting price of the previous model is in the $73,250 range. The price of the 2020 model should be more or less in the same range.
So far, the 2020 Lincoln Navigator looks promising. Although the 2020 Navigator may not receive major redesigns, there is a good chance that the Navigator will get some changes, updates, and tweaks here and there. The SUV market is, after all, very competitive. Lincoln must make the Navigator stand out from the rest if it is to gain market share. What do you think?
we would like to remind you that the 2020 Lincoln Navigator is meant to be a 2020 model. As there is a gap between today and 2020, what we say here may or may not be true. What we present here is more of an expectation rather than facts as official information regarding the model is still lacking. The image we use is an illustration as there is no real image of the 2020 Navigator at the moment.