Redesigned 2015 Lincoln Navigator Starts at $62,475 | Edmunds

Redesigned 2015 Lincoln Navigator Starts at $62,475


Just the Facts:
  • The 2015 Lincoln Navigator 4x2 starts at $62,475.
  • The 2015 Navigator 4x4 starts at $66,050.
  • Lincoln's Reserve package including Lincoln Drive Control with continuously controlled damping, 22-inch wheels and upgraded leather interior and wood trim brings the price for 4x2 models up to $69,975 — 4x4 models to $72,900.

DEARBORN, Michigan — The redesigned 2015 Lincoln Navigator 4x2 starts at $62,472, including delivery charges, reflecting a $5,000 price increase over the outgoing 2014 Navigator. The 2015 Navigator 4x4 starts at $66,050, reflecting a $6,000 increase over the 2014 SUV.

The 2015 Navigator offers a new standard 380-horsepower 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine, Lincoln's new signature split-wing grille and upgraded interior and electronics, including push-button start, Sync and a blind-spot warning system.

Adding the available Reserve package expands the equipment list to include Lincoln Drive Control with continuously controlled damping, 22-inch wheels and upgraded leather interior and wood trim. All together it brings the price for 4x2 models up to $69,975. 2015 Navigator 4x4 models with the Reserve package start at $72,900.

Lincoln says its Navigator L long-wheelbase model will continue to be offered in both 4x2 and 4x4 models. The Navigator L has a 131-inch wheelbase (versus 119 inches for the standard Navigator) and measures 222.3 inches in length (versus 208.4 inches).

"The 2015 Lincoln Navigator has nearly two dozen upgrades over the outgoing model, rewarding current Navigator owners and offering strong reasons for new customers to consider the vehicle that defined the large luxury SUV segment," said Matt VanDyke, director, Global Lincoln.

Lincoln Navigator competitors include the Cadillac Escalade, Lexus LX 570 and Mercedes-Benz GL-Class.

Edmunds says: A new look and new features should be enough to please Lincoln loyalists even if the price of admission has gone up considerably.

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