The 10-speed transmission in the Lincoln Navigator helps to balance efficiency with performance. With 10 independent shift points, the engine can operate in its sweet spot and avoid the highs and lows associated with fewer gears.
Twin-Turbocharged 3.5L Engine
Capable of producing 450 horsepower* and 510 lb.-ft. of torque,* the Twin-Turbocharged 3.5L engine in the Navigator is a true powerhouse. When paired with six selectable Lincoln Drive Modes, from Conserve to Excite, the Lincoln Navigator performs in a way that matches both your mood and the road.*Horsepower and torque ratings achieved with 93-octane fuel.
Auto Hold helps to reduce the effort of keeping your vehicle still at stop signs, signals and other braking situations. When you bring the vehicle to a standstill using the brake pedal, you can stop depressing the brake and the system will hold the vehicle in position,* even on hills. When you engage the accelerator, Auto Hold will then release the brakes.*System must be in the “On” position and stop must be three seconds or longer.
Lincoln Drive Modes
Satisfy both your desire for control and need for excitement with the simple twist of a dial. From Conserve to Excite, the Lincoln Navigator offers six distinct selectable drive modes for confidence, exhilaration and control in a wide variety of driving conditions. These modes include- Slippery, Excite, Conserve, Deep Conditions, Normal and Slow Climb. Each mode has a number of calculated settings that tune the vehicle, including the available adaptive suspension, shift points, 4x2 vs. 4x4 drive lines, information displays and more — and it all happens with the simple twist of a knob....less
Road conditions vary and, for smooth and confident driving, your suspension should too. The available adaptive suspension controls the up-and-down movement of the wheels when driving on uneven surfaces and over potholes. This system, controlled by the six selectable Lincoln Drive Modes, helps decrease the stress of harsh outside driving situations without compromising the comfort within....less
Make simple work of heavy loads with best-in-class towing.* With a Twin-Turbocharged engine capable of producing 450 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque,** and an engine-adapting standard tow/haul mode, the Navigator seamlessly translates power into towing performance — up to 8,600 lbs.*4x2 models only when properly equipped. Class is Large Traditional Premium Utilities based on Lincoln segmentation.
**Horsepower and torque ratings achieved with 93-octane fuel.
Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package
There are situations where power truly matters, and the Lincoln Navigator delivers. The available Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package features electronic traction assist that delivers an almost infinite combination of torque to each wheel, making for greater confidence and control when towing heavy loads in virtually any driving condition. Plus, with Pro Trailer Backup Assist,™ you can let go of the wheel* and use a simple knob to effortlessly back up your trailer.*Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle.
The all-aluminum-alloy body of the Lincoln Navigator gives new meaning to the phrase “less is more.” The reduced weight from aluminum, when compared to previous generations, allows Navigator to be enriched with cutting-edge features that enhance comfort, quietness and the driving experience. This pairing of frame and body helped the Lincoln Navigator earn the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s NHTSA’s 2018 5-star Overall Vehicle Score in its New Car Assessment Program – the highest possible rating....less
Whether it's on the road or off, available 4x4 capability offers true mastery of your journey. The Navigator’s 4x4 powertrain unlocks and deftly applies the Twin-Turbocharged engine’s 450 horsepower* and 510 lb.-ft. of torque,* making rugged driving conditions easily traversed. Plus, by adding available Hill Descent Control™ and tow hooks, trying situations will be easily overcome....less
*Horsepower and torque ratings achieved using 93-octane fuel.