The 2014 Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury SUV that is available in two models: the Navigator standard and extended-wheelbase 2014 Lincoln Navigator L. Both feature three rows of seats, the seats standard second-row captain’s, can accommodate a total of seven passengers. An available three-man 40/20/40-split second-row bench seat increases in the amount of eight.
The 2014 Lincoln Navigator’s list of standard equipment includes 18-inch alloy wheels, Xenon lights, foglights, front and rear parking sensors, rain-receiving wipers, rear privacy glass, a power liftgate, power-folding running boards, dual-zone automatic climate control of the rear auxiliary controls, wheel tilt-and-telescoping juices, leather upholstery, heated and air power in its 60/40-split third-row and eight way power front seats, driver seat memory settings, heated seats in the second-row captain’s and bench.
Included as standard are an auto-dimming rearview mirror, 110-volt household-style power outlet, the Sync voice command, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, camera rearview, a 6.5 inch touchscreen display, navigation system, a touchscreen electronics interface and a 14-speaker sound audio system with HD radio, satellite radio, a USB / iPod interface and auxiliary input jack as audio.
If you have an abundance of standard 2014 Lincoln Navigator’s chrome overwhelming, available Monochrome Appearance package tones things down a bit. A related Monochrome Limited Edition option package (Equipment Group 101A) goes even more, adding a sunroof, unique leather upholstery and wood trim. Other options include 20-inch wheels Chromed, load-balancing rear suspension, a heavy duty Tow package, the second-row 40/20/40-split bench seat rear-seat DVD entertainment system with twin 7-inch headrest screens -mounted.
2014 Lincoln Navigator Interior
Step inside the 2014 Lincoln Navigator and you will find an upscale environment filled with a long list of luxury amenities, from heated seats and front to a 14-speaker sound system audio. Although the overall outcome of fun enough, the design looks a bit stodgy and the quality of some of the things that do not correspond to the property in many competitors.
Perhaps the greatest power of the 2014 Lincoln Navigator interior of the amount of sheer. Passengers in the standard seats in the first and second-row captain’s enjoy comfortable accommodation with plenty of room to stretch out. hen it comes to hauling cargo, both visual models 2014 Lincoln Navigator. With all rear seats folded, shorter-wheelbase version offers a healthy 104 cubic feet of cargo room, and extended Navigator L comes in at an expansive 128 cubic feet. Most importantly, the standard power third-row seat stows neatly under the floor with the touch of a button, a great advantage over Cadillac Escalade, which requires you to remove and store the heavy third-row seats future.
Gauges and controls are straightforward and intuitive. 2014 Lincoln Navigator, Ford Sync system allows you to make calls and play music stored on your iPod or smartphone simple voice commands without having to take your eyes off the road. The AppLink feature allows you to use the selected audio smartphone applications in much the same way. One of the significant negative small screen display, which is easy to use interface as in competing or all of the Lincoln.
2014 Lincoln Navigator Engine
Power for the 2014 Lincoln Navigator comes from a 5.4-liter V8 engine that puts out 310 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. A 2014 Lincoln Navigator six-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive are standard. A light-duty four-wheel drive system with electronically controlled transfer of single-speed case is available as an option.
The last 2014 Lincoln Navigator L tested accelerated from zero to 60 mph in 8.2 seconds: slow conditions but well off the pace for this part. Well equipped, 2014 Lincoln Navigator rear-wheel drive is capable of carrying up to 9,000 pounds. This number is good for this class, but more powerful competitors and feel stronger more capable if carrying on the hilly areas, despite low prices towing their skills. Official EPA estimated fuel economy of 16 mpg in combined driving (14 city / 20 highway) for the two-wheel model. The 2014 Lincoln Navigator four-wheel drive is rated at 15 mpg combined (13/18).
2014 Lincoln Navigator Safety
The 2014 Lincoln Navigator rolled with antilock disc brakes, fire control, trailer power control, stability control, front-seat side airbags, three row side curtain airbag and post-crash alert system. Front and rear parking sensors and a camera rearview are also standard. Standard programmable MyKey system allows parents to specify the speed and stereo volume limits of their drivers pregnancy.
In government crash tests, the 2014 Lincoln Navigator received four stars five for overall crash protection, four stars for frontal impact protection and five stars for side impact protection.