Ford has updated the Lincoln Navigator SUV for the 2020 model year.
On sale in late 2019, more standard tech, priced from $77,120 to $101,265.
The base price is $77,120 including destination charge. The 2020 Navigator is $2,620 more expensive, than the 2019 model, but its base equipment list is longer.
What features are now available as standard?
Power running boards, front seats with heating and ventilation, wireless charging, the brand’s Phone As A Key technology, Lincoln Co-Pilot 360 safety kit.
Previously all these functions were offered for the Navigator Select (now removed) with the Tech Package costing $81,490.
The Reserve trim now provides a choice of all- and rear-wheel drives (was just AWD before). A new exterior Monochromatic Package comes as an option for this trim level.
The RWD Reserve starts from $82,660 ($3,840 less than the 2019 vehicle’s). The Navigator Reserve 4×4 variant’s price is from $86,500 (previously was $85,330).
The elongated 2020 Lincoln Navigator Reserve L’s base price is $85,860.
The range-topping Navigator Black Label trim level costs $98,065 (plus $375 to the 2019 SUV’s price). The Black Label model with a longer wheelbase costs $101,265.