The 2016 Lincoln Navigator: A Versatile Luxury Family Car Available from Dealers in Gainesville, GA

The 2016 Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury sport-utility SUV designed with ample room for families and the muscle to haul their cargo. Reviewers have observed that stepping inside the 2016 Navigator feels like climbing into a private jet, giving a commanding view of the entire road ahead of you, while maintaining a high-altitude ambiance.

Performance and Power Trains

A V-6 380-hp, 3.5-liter six-speed automatic twin-turbo engine, either 4WD or rear wheel drive, will supply you with up to 9000 pounds towing capacity. Both the long-wheelbase body and the standard can hold eight persons, and the third row is also suitable for adults. The Navigator is a surprisingly easy to control as it comes with an electric power-steering setup that provides good feedback.

Trim Levels and Options

The 2016 Navigator is offered in long-wheelbase L and standard models in either Reserve or Select trim. The L models give an extra 14 inches to the length of the Navigator, providing more passenger and cargo space. The Reserve trim comes with Lincoln Drive Control. Standard are leather-rimmed seats in all the 3 rows as well as a rearview camera.

Safety Ratings

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has given the 2016 Lincoln Navigator a 5-star overall rating. The rollover resistance is rated at 4 stars for the 4WD models and 3 stars for the rear-wheel drive.

If you are looking for a full-size luxury SUV that is capable of hauling heavy loads and coddling its occupants, the 2016 Navigator, available from Lincoln dealers all over Gainesville, GA makes an excellent choice.

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