Navigator 8-Seat Luxury Full Size SUV 4WD - 2014


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Product Description


Offered in Dark Blue Metallic with Neutral Premium Leather Seat trim.


In addition to the HUGE Navigator standard specification, this low mileage example is equipped with the optional Power Glass Moonroof, Power Deployable Running Board, Power/Fold Flat Split Folding Third Row Seating and Class IV Trailer Pkg.

Premium Brand UK GPS Navigation Screen fitted.

**ULEZ Compliant**

KBB based model summary below:

If you need to carry lots of people and tow heavy objects and your status in life affords you the finer things in life, the 2014 Lincoln Navigator outclasses more generic SUVs by a country mile.

Lincoln created the full-size luxury SUV segment, and the 2014 Navigator does a fine job carrying on the tradition. The 8-passenger Lincoln Navigator for 2014 has many rivals, chiefly the Cadillac Escalade, Infiniti QX80 and the Lexus LX but but it still has a leg up on all of them with a higher tow rating, more interior room and power-operated 3rd-row seats that, unlike the Cadillac and Lexus, fold flush into the floor. The Navigator is big, impressive and somewhat intimidating to others in its path, which is probably why so many owners love it.

Driving the Used 2014 Lincoln Navigator

Lincoln is proud of the 2014 Navigator’s stiff body-on-frame structure and fully independent rear suspension that, in combination with its monotube shocks, lower ride height and a host of electronic stability programs, ensure a smooth and controlled ride. The Navigator’s variable-boost power steering helps firm up steering feel at freeway speeds and lighten it when more effort is required, such as when parallel parking. The big 5.4-liter V8 has ample torque for towing and passing. Strong brakes haul down the big SUV with authority. The Navigator is uncannily quiet inside due to an acoustic windshield, thick side glass and superb sound insulation.

Interior Comfort

Depending on the 2nd-row seating configuration, the 2014 Lincoln Navigator can accommodate up to eight passengers as well as enough gear to stage a big family picnic. The Navigator’s expansive interior really make sensse if you frequently fill all those seats.

Exterior Styling

The 2014 Lincoln Navigator is big and bold, and it is styled to accentuate those proportions and make its presence felt on the road. Its classy exterior is characterized by a massive chrome grille, large xenon headlights and scores of chrome accents and it rides on standard 18-inch bright-machined/painted alloy wheels. The power rear liftgate and power-folding 3rd-row seats help greatly the when packing cargo and the elevated step-in height is mitigated by clever power-assisted running boards that extend and retract automatically.

Standard Features

The 2014 Navigator’s standard feature list is generous. Among the major items are automatic xenon headlights, 10-way power-adjustable front seats with heating and cooling, heated 2nd-row seats, a power-foldable 60/40-split 3rd-row seat, rearview camera, a keyless-entry keypad for the driver’s door and power-adjustable pedals. On the technology front, there are voice-activated navigation with SiriusXM satellite radio and Travel Link, HD Radio and a 14-speaker THX II-certified audio system. Standard safety features include a full complement of airbags, trailer-sway control and Lincoln’s MyKey system, which allows individual tailoring of driver alerts and warnings.

Factory Options

Available stand alone option include power moonroof and a Class IV trailer towing package.

Engine & Transmission

The 2014 Navigator is powered by a 5.4-liter V8. It delivers its 310 horsepower and 365 lb-ft of torque smoothly. The 6-speed automatic transmission has a tow/haul mode. The available 4-wheel drive (4WD) system uses a 2-speed transfer case with optional electronic shift-on-the-fly capability. In low range it switches the engine’s electronic throttle control to a special off-road calibration for more precise torque management in the worst conditions, such as climbing steep, slippery hills.