With elegant luxury, advanced technology and powerful performance, Navigator remains the classic vehicle that has long defined the Large Premium Utility segment. 2017 Lincoln Navigator features the power and beauty that active families are looking for in a full-size luxury SUV.
Dave Sinclair Lincoln in St. Louis, your local Lincoln dealership has a large selection of Navigator inventory. We also provide a true luxury sales and service experience highlighting why Lincoln is a true luxury brand.
Industry First and Best In Class
Third-row leg room
Towing capacity of 9,000 lbs.
Maximum Pay load of 1,560 lbs.
Lincoln Navigator still the Industry Benchmark!
Lincoln Navigator vs. Cadillac Escalade
In Escalade's third row, at less than 25 inches, it's significantly less than the nearly 38 inches in the third row of Navigator.
If you want a vehicle that is bigger where it counts, look no further than Lincoln Navigator L. It offers bestin-class(2) third-row leg and hip room, and significantly more cargo volume than Escalade ESV.
Considering how many critics have called CUE's response time sluggish, its operation confusing and the lack of redundant knobs regrettable, the enhancements for 2016 had to be expected. Lincoln SYNC® 3, meanwhile, features faster performance, more conversational voice recognition and an easy-to-use, capacitive touchscreen interface.
Lincoln Navigator vs. GMC Yukon Denali
In addition to offering a lower starting price, Navigator offers more standard content than Yukon Denali and a wider breadth of available features, enabling you to customize Navigator to your specific preferences.
While the chassis may have been improved, GM's full-size SUVs, including Yukon Denali and Cadillac Escalade, continue to use a solid-axle rear suspension. This old technology simply cannot match the greater traction, enhanced ride quality and improved handling of the independent multilink rear suspension on Navigator.
Navigator that comes out on top when it comes to towing capacity. Its 9,000 lbs.(1) bests Denali by 900 lbs.
Lincoln Navigator vs. Infiniti QX80
Navigator recognizes that full-size SUVs are meant to comfortably carry passengers and all their cargo, and sometimes do so for long distances. With Navigator, you get best-in-class(1) third-row leg room and the most cargo volume
The extensive technologies in Navigator include such Driver-Assist features as a Forward Sensing System, Reverse Sensing System and BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with cross-traffic alert. All are standard on Lincoln Navigator
Lincoln Navigator delivers luxury and value. In fact, Navigator is so well equipped that only a handful of options are available. And Navigator is priced significantly less than QX80
Why Buy the Lincoln Navigator
Your local Lincoln Dealership in St. Louis, MO has the best selection of 2016 and 2017 Lincoln Navigators in St. Louis. We are your St. Louis Lincoln Navigator dealer. The Dave Sinclair Difference provides the best St. Louis car, CUV and SUV luxury dealership customer service and vehicle service in the area. You can see why we have such industry unique programs like the Lincoln Low Lease Promise, Lincoln Valet Service and the Lincoln Pledge. We are the St. Louis area Lincoln dealership.
Lincoln Navigator features an inviting, comfortable, stylish interior with rare wood veneers, sumptuous leather, elegant stitching, advanced technology and the attention to detail for which Lincoln is known.
Lincoln Navigator offers the beauty clients are looking for with a head-turning exterior incorporating the Lincoln split-wing grille and full-width LED tail lamp. Navigator evokes the latest Lincoln DNA design characteristics.
Lincoln Navigator can handle virtually any type of load, and weather conditions with confidence. Features such as a 380-horsepower turbocharged GTDI V6 engine, available continuously controlled damping (CCD) suspension and best-in-class(1) towing make Lincoln Navigator a prevailing choice among full-size luxury SUVs.
SYNC 3 features our next generation of voice-activated(1) technology with enhanced voice recognition, high-speed performance, new interface, new features and a new easy-to-use design.