TheCarConnection.com’s editors find that what were once options are now standard equipment on the 2009 Lincoln Navigator.
“Comfort and convenience features that were extras are now standard including a power liftgate, heated and cooled seats, Sirius satellite radio, a 14-speaker THX surround-sound audio system, and PowerFold third-row seats," reports Automobile.
2009 model-year options include a Monochrome Limited Edition Package with new outer trim and cladding, power-folding side rear mirrors, and unique badging. Inside, the Monochrome package adds black carpet and floor mats, black wood trim, and distinct seats with black-leather inserts and Lincoln logos stitched on the headrests.
According to Kelley Blue Book, other 2009 Lincoln Navigator options include "a power moonroof, voice-activated DVD navigation, rear-seat DVD entertainment system, 40/20/40 split-bench second seat, a cargo management system, power-deployable running boards, Class IV trailer towing package and chrome aluminum wheels."