2013 Lincoln Navigator – Review
The 2013 Lincoln Navigator is one of the best large SUVs because of its luxurious look and comfortable interior however, is ranked lower as compared to the rest of the class because of its underpowered engine and subpar usage of materials in the interior of the car. The 2013 Lincoln Navigator is paired with a V8 engine that according to the reviewers is the biggest weakness of the SUV because when it is fully loaded it result in strains. The 2013 Lincoln Navigator is a blend of bejeweled details and metallic trim that is making it attractive though the Cadillac Escalade is more fleshy and stunning as compared to the Lincoln. The 2013 Lincoln Navigator is available in two different models with slightly different features and pricing that is 2013 Lincoln Navigator Base and 2013 Lincoln Navigator L.
Let’s have a look into the details of the 2013 Lincoln Navigator.
The exterior of the 2013 Lincoln Navigator is decorated with sixties sized grille and a tastefully and decently proportioned body shell. The exterior of the car is laced with rain sensing automatic wipers and blind spot detection mirrors.
The interior of the 2013 Lincoln Navigator is very impressive and is detailed with technologically advanced equipments including an ample room in all the three rows with comfortable seats. Another biggest advantage of the 2013 Lincoln Navigator over its competitors is the easily increased cargo space because the third row is power folding and you can easily fold them to increase the cargo space. Other features include a navigation system, 14 speakers THx sound system, dual zone automatic climate control, HD radio, heated/cooled front seats, power liftgate and rearview camera, Bluetooth, iPod input and parking sensors. The 2013 Lincoln Navigator also comes with standalone options like a material upgrade for interior and exterior, DVD LCD displays on the back of front seats for the entertainment of passengers and a power moonroof.
Both the models of the 2013 Lincoln Navigator are laced with 5.4 liter Flex fuel V8 engine with six speed automatic transmission and up to 14 mpg city and 20 mpg highway. The 2013 Lincoln Navigator is available in 4 wheel drive with 310 horsepower and is offering comparatively better handling and driving experience. The four wheel drive keeps your drive smooth and comfortable and slowing your body motion that is a new and the best feature of the 2013 Lincoln Navigator as compared to other Lincoln models.
The safety system and features of the 2013 Lincoln Navigator are good enough and reviewers ranked it 8.0 out of 10. The safety system of the big size heavy SUV 2013 Lincoln Navigator including stability control, traction control, dual front airbags, side and curtain airbags, roll mitigation, anti lock brakes, trailer sway control and front and rear parking system and a backup camera. With all these standard safety features anyone can enjoy a safe journey with their big size 2013 Lincoln Navigator SUV.
The 2013 Lincoln Navigator has a long list of some other fascinating features like illuminated entry with approach lamps, heated second row seats, Perimeter alarm, adjustable pedals, forward and reversed sensing system, easy fuel capless fuel filler and remote start. Lincoln added some sophisticated and decent infotainment system in the 2013 Lincoln Navigator including Smartphone apps and connectivity, voice activated navigation system, Sirius travel link and phone control.
- Increased cabin and cargo room
- Comfortable seats and quality interior material
- Power Foldable third row
- Lack of modern and advanced infotainment system
- Engine is weak for full load
The price range for the 2013 Lincoln Navigator is $57,875 to $60,875.