The Car Connection Reviews New 2016 Lincoln Navigator: a Big SUV with Lots of Power, Amenities

The Lincoln Navigator established the large-scale, luxury SUV category nearly 20 years ago. Since then, the Navigator has gained a broad range of competition from automakers in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. The new 2016 Navigator features a range of enhancements that should continue to make Lincoln a leader among its peers, says The Car Connection in a new review.

That 2016 Navigator has made significant upgrades in cabin technology, led by the installation of MyLincoln Touch, which uses voice or touch or steering-wheel controls to operate phone, climate, navigation, and audio functions. It's standard, along with a rearview camera and three rows of leather-trimmed seats.

The options list for the Navigator lineup includes a power moonroof, InVision headrest-mounted DVD entertainment system, dark-finished 20-inch alloys, or 22-inch polished aluminum wheels—and new top-of-the-line "Reserve" models add hand-wrapped leather for the dash, a rich-looking Ziricote wood interior, and 22-inch wheels, as well as the adaptive suspension.

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