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It's all good: Luxury-vehicle shoppers likely won't be disappointed with the Navigator's feature set.
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navigation system...loses legibility in many light conditions
Consumer Guide

optional 600-watt THX II audio system housed in that console is modern and equipped with Sirius Satellite Radio
Edmunds' Inside Line

a luxury living room on wheels

As for all that chrome, buyers can specify body-colored trim in place of much of it
Automobile Magazine

10-way front seats with heating, cooling and memory

The 2011 Lincoln Navigator has an equipment list that keeps with first impressions; its features list delivers exactly what you'd expect in a richly appointed but conservative luxury vehicle—along with a surprisingly up-to-date set of connectivity and convenience features.

Power-deployable running boards, to help ease ingress and egress, are standard, as well as leather-trimmed seats. And for 2011, a voice-controlled navigation system, HD Radio, Sync connectivity, and Sirius Travel Link information services are now standard. Ford's MyKey system, which allows owners to set limits on top speed and radio volume, is now standard. The SYNC and Sirius Travel Link system offers voice-activated control of climate and navigation systems, plus the ability to search traffic and weather conditions in real time.

Other noteworthy features include a rearview camera system, rain-sensing windshield wipers, EasyFuel capless fuel fill, Front Park Assist, and heated second-row seats.

There are plenty of chances to option the 2011 Navigator with items including a power moonroof, rear-seat DVD system, perimeter alarm, illuminated entry with approach lamps, remote start, and adjustable pedals. Adaptive cruise control is one of the few increasingly common options that's missing.


It's all good: Luxury-vehicle shoppers likely won't be disappointed with the Navigator's feature set.

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