2011 Lincoln Navigator – A Luxurious Ride

2011 Lincoln Navigator – A Luxurious Ride

The 2011 Lincoln Navigator is a vehicle that will lure everyone who’s feeling a tad nostalgic for those days before recession of economic consumption. The new 2011 Navigator flaunts an attention-getting style and has everything to deliver a luxurious ride, but the underwhelming V8 engine of the car could be a deal breaker for some; especially if you are considering the car to carry some heavy loads. But a lot has changed here from its third generation Navigator and the 2011 model comes with roomy wood- and leather-lined passenger cabin and delivers luxurious ride.

For the model year 2011 the luxurious full-size SUV, the 2011 Lincoln Navigator is available either as a regular Navigator or the Navigator L (with extended-wheelbase). The standard seating here is a 3-row, 7-passenger seating, and if you want to increase the seating capacity, then you can replace the 2nd row captain’s chairs with a 3 person bench.

Some of the standard features for the 2011 Lincoln Navigator includes parking sensors, 18-inch alloy wheels, power-folding running boards, a power lift gate, leather upholstery, a back-up camera, adjustable pedals, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control having back auxiliary controls, ventilated and heated power front seats, heated 2nd and 3rd row seats, driver memory settings and a power-folding 3rd row bench. Some other standard features for the 2011 Lincoln Navigator includes Sync voice command system, Bluetooth, a 14-speaker surround-sound audio system having HD radio, a CD player, a USB jack and satellite radio. All these features ensures that you get all the luxury and comfort during you ride it tales to form a comfortable ride.

Power for the 2011 Lincoln Navigator comes from a 5.4 ltr V8 engine that generates maximum power of 310 hp and utmost torque of 365 lb-ft. The only transmission for the engine is a 6 speed automatic transmission, but there is choice for drive terrain, and you can get either 2 or 4-wheel-drive models. The towing power for a properly equipped Navigator is around 9,000 lbs. During our acceleration test the 2011 Lincoln Navigator sprinter from 0 to 60 in 8.2 secs that is pretty decent for its segment.

The standard safety equipments for the vehicle includes stability control (having a rollover sensor), antilock disc brakes having brake assist, traction control, three-row side curtain airbags and front-seat side airbags. Some other safety equipments for the vehicle includes Trailer Sway Control, which makes use of the stability control sensors for detecting and minimizing the trailer sway. Apart from these there were plenty of other safety equipments as well, and all these equipments together got superb scores for the navigator in government crash safety test.

So, the 2011 Lincoln Navigator surely is a luxurious ride with an eye-catching style, and driving one surely will enhance your appeal.Related Posts with Thumbnails