There are more cutting-edge options on the market, but the Navigator does come with a few over-the-top luxury features like a power-folding third-row seat, power-deploying running boards and cooled front seats. The biggest disappointment is the lack of Lincoln's high-tech MyLincoln Touch infotainment system, though.
Nearly every luxury-brand vehicle now included some kind of sophisticated infotainment system that combines smartphone connectivity with configurability, apps, and often navigation, and in this respect the Navigator is sorely lacking. The voice-activated nav system that is included works well enough, though, and has Sirius Travel Link, HD Radio, and SYNC, the Bluetooth controller that enables voice commands for some audio, navigation and phone controls.
In addition to a very extensive standard-feature set, options on the Navigator include 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, although thankfully both forward and reverse sensing systems are included standard. Other standard items include rain-sensing windshield wipers, EasyFuel capless fuel fill, and heated second-row seats.