The 2010 Lincoln Navigator L is virtually the same as the Navigator in most respects, but it’s 14.7 inches longer than the standard model. That translates into a little more space for the second and third rows, a little more cargo space behind the third row, and longer rear doors with easier access to the third row. There’s 24.5 cubic feet of extra cargo capacity compared to the Navigator; fold the second- and third-row seats down and that figure grows to 103.5 cubic feet for the Navigator and 128.2 cubic feet for the L.
Just as with the standard-length Navigator, there’s no way around it, this is an extremely heavy vehicle. That said, it handles quite well in open spaces. Body roll is what you'd expect from a big, heavy SUV, but four-wheel independent suspension helps provide a smooth ride. Power fold capability means the third row can be quickly and easily stowed when not in use, and power-deployable running boards and leather-trimmed seats are other popular options.
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