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Popular options include a power moonroof
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Kudos to Lincoln for making a rearview camera available
comfort and convenience features that were extras are now standard
Improvements for 2010 include the addition across the range of the new SYNC and Sirius Travel Link features, plus Standard Trailer Sway Control as part of the AdvanceTrac stability system and MyKey technology, which allows Navigator owners to limit top speed and radio volume even when they're not in the car-and all are standard. All are also available on either the standard Navigator or the longer L. Other available features introduced last year include rearview camera system, rain-sensing windshield wipers, EasyFuel capless fuel fill, Front Park Assist, and heated second-row seats.
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.
Last year saw a similar migration of once-optional features to standard equipment, including a "power liftgate, heated and cooled seats... and PowerFold third-row seats," according to Automobile.
A Monochrome Limited Edition Package offers a few appearance tweaks inside and out, including new outer trim, power-folding side mirrors, and unique badges. Interior elements of the Monochrome treatment include black carpet and floor mats, black wood trim, and unique seats with Lincoln-logo inserts. Other 2010 upgrades and options include standard power-deployable running boards to ease ingress and egress, as well as leather-trimmed seats.
Optional features abound on the 2010 Navigator, with power moonroof, rear-seat DVD system, perimeter alarm, illuminated entry with approach lamps, remote start, adjustable pedals, and passive anti-theft system all available.
The 2010 Lincoln Navigator leaves nothing to the imagination because it offers luxury and gadget fans pretty much everything.