About Lincoln Navigator

    Since 1998, the Lincoln Navigator has been one of the most recognizable luxury SUVs on the planet. It was also Lincoln's first foray into this segment. Luxury sport-utility vehicles were just starting to make their presence felt as a viable automotive commodity in the late '90s. Lincoln used this as their first opportunity to design an SUV of their own given the climate. The Navigator was designed primarily off of the Ford Expedition. Although the two share many similarities, the Navigator displays more upscale parts both inside and on the exterior. The first-generation Navigator was front or 4-wheel drive and featured a plethora of contemporary amenities, including anti-lock disc brakes, dual front-side airbags, power seating (as well as windows and doors), remote entry, fog lights, and 16" alloy wheels. 17" wheels, six-disc CD changer, and a power moonroof were also accessible.

    Along with its platform mate the Expedition, the Navigator was a rear-wheel drive, body-on-frame SUV. It was also powered by a 5.4L V8 that spat out 230 horsepower with a 4-speed automatic transmission. But a year later in 1999, the Navigator's engine was upgraded with a double-overhead cam 5.4L V8 that gave it 300 horsepower. The second generation of the Lincoln Navigator premiered in 2003. It still shared a platform with the Expedition, however, increased style changes helped separate it even further from its Ford brethren. A bolder chrome "waterfall" grille, quad-beam headlights, wider running boards, and other accents were improved for the second series. The chassis was updated to do away with the inconsistent steering the first generation endured. The 5.4L InTech V8 gave way to the Triton SOHC V8, and traction control along with Roll Stability Control became optional. In 2005, more changes were made to the model. The transmission was updated to a ZF Friedrichshafen AG 6-speed automatic and the engine, a 5.4L 3-valve SOHC V8 was introduced, which was virtually the same Triton engine used in the Ford F-150.

    The third generation of the Lincoln Navigator debuted in 2006 for the 2007 model year. The front-end of the Navigator was refreshed with a restyled upper chrome grille, lower grille, new headlight placement, and a domed hood. The Navigator L also made its first appearance. Coming in at over 14 inches longer than the standard wheelbase model, the Navigator L offers more cargo room and passenger seating. The previously used 5.4L 3-valve V8 was still employed, but the transmission was updated to a Ford's in-house 6-speed 6R80. In 2008, convenient features such as heated and cooled front seats, a power liftgate, and a 600-watt stereo system became included as standard. A rearview camera was also introduced as an option but would later become a standard safety feature. For 2009, the engine was brought back to a 5.4L V8 but this time picked up flex-fuel capability along with an extra 10 horsepower. Rain-sensor windshield wipers, Front Park Assist, and heated second-row seats were also added to the base model, as the Luxury and Ultimate trim levels were no longer offered.

    The Lincoln Navigator can be credited with helping start the full-size luxury revolution. Eye-catching style and drama is what the grand exterior is known for from the trim on down. Simply put, you always know one when you see it. Comfortable seating for all three rows of passengers elevates the Navigator to a different level than its competitors, even models that also provide the magical third row. Elegant interior design is truly what makes its mark with this luxurious giant however, and when you throw in the cool, quite driving ability, you begin to realize why the Navigator has become an undisputed icon. Still a viable presence on the road to this day, drivers of the Lincoln Navigator tend to add on their own custom accessories and parts to further the legacy.

    There are few vehicles that hold the kind of presence this one does and at CARiD, we're here with a full line of Lincoln Navigator Accessories and Parts that prove the point further. The most fashionable upgrades along with the brand-name protection you need are available inside our selection of Lincoln Navigator accessories and parts. Grilles, floor mats, dash kits, chrome trim, wheels, spoilers. you name it, we've got it. Don't bother searching around for a better deal - when it comes to Lincoln Navigator accessories and parts, we're the ones to talk to!

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    Lincoln Navigator ranked highest by J.D. Power
    Lincoln Navigator ranked highest by J.D. Power

    On March 17, 2011, J.D. Power posted the results of its annually held Vehicle Dependability Study. The Lincoln Navigator was among the examined vehicles and was named the leader in Large Premium Crossover/SUV segment. In total GM received four awards. Two out of four were brought by Lincoln's models.

    “This study from J.D Power is more good news for our customers. It affirms our quality operating system is one of the best in the world,” said Bennie Fowler, Ford Group Vice President. “Our Lincoln products and our Ford products aren't just the best at low time in service as we've seen year over year, but at higher times in service as well.”

    This award proves that the owners of the Navigators are satisfied with their vehicles. Vehicle Dependability Study is based on the drivers' responses. About 73,000 lessees and purchasers of the 2011 cars, trucks ans SUVs took part in the survey. All of them had to answer on more than 200 questions about their vehicles. The answers help the auto manufacturers to identify the problems and to improve their products.