2016 Lincoln Navigator L near Cumming, GA: An SUV with Rugged Refinement

What does the “L” in the Navigator L stand for? If your guess is large, long, or loaded, then you’ve chosen three words that describe the Lincoln SUV perfectly. The 2016 Navigator L counts power, good handling, and topnotch interior as its main selling points. If the standard Navigator’s features and dimensions aren’t enough for you, then the Navigator L is sure to feed your needs for a beefier, heavier, feature-heavy SUV.

With a 9000-pound capacity, seating for up to eight, and a price range well above the $50,000 mark, the Navigator L still finds favor in car buyers with large families and even larger wallets.

The exterior of the 2016 Navigator L still relies heavily on the third generation design that began in 2007. Though the SUV remains mostly unchanged from the outside, more substantial improvements can be found under the hood, thanks to the introduction of the EcoBoost technology, which is the American automaker’s term for its twin-turbocharging engine. There’s no need to get hung up on names, just know that it works. With the EcoBoost, the Navigator L’s 3.5-liter V6 engine starts to behave like a V8, producing 380 horsepower and 460 pounds-feet of torque.

The Navigator L engine transmits its power to the wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission and a choice between a rear- or all-wheel drive. With these systems coupled to the EcoBoost technology, Lincoln is confident that the Navigator L’s powertrain can achieve the highest EPA-approved fuel economy ratings in its segment. Come see the 2016 Lincoln Navigator L for yourself by visiting Cumming, GA Lincoln dealerships in your area.

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