Coming to you from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show, we show you everything you need to know about the 2018 Lincoln Navigator Black Label!
The 2018 Lincoln Navigator Black Label represents a whole new chapter for the Navigator nameplate and the Lincoln brand. When you first walk up to the new Navigator, you’ll notice just how much considerable attention to detail went into its design. From the “Lincoln Embrace” – as the grille and running lights illuminate when you approach – to the luxurious leather and suede-lined interior, the Navigator Black Label looks expensive from all angles.
To see just how much you get with the top-of-the-line Navigator, we take you around and show you all its features.
The only powertrain Lincoln offers in the Navigator is a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine. Hooked to a 10-speed automatic transmission, the engine puts out 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque. It’s thriftier than you might think on the old jungle juice, as well. The Navigator Black Label and the rest of the range scores 16 MPG City and 23 MPG Highway. There’s no shift lever in the new Navigator, just a series of buttons to operate the transmission. Lincoln refers to those buttons as the “piano key shifter”.
In lieu of a traditional shifter, Lincoln was able to open up more storage space in the center console. Naturally, it’s all lined in leather, chrome, and other upscale materials. In addition to the large touchscreen, Lincoln also provides thoughtful touches such as wireless charging for your devices.
Lincoln’s entry level Navigator starts at $73,000 including destination charges. From there, the price goes up to $105,000 for a fully loaded Navigator Black Label. Watch the video above for more on the Lincoln Navigator Black Label!
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