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New Lincoln Navigator Inventory - Ken Ganley Lincoln Middleburg Heights

The Lincoln Navigator slots in as a spacious and supremely luxurious three-row SUV that's available in a long wheelbase configuration (Lincoln Navigator L) as well as a standard wheelbase version. If you're in the market for an uncompromisingly spacious, powerful, and luxurious SUV, then the Lincoln Navigator is an excellent model to consider. The Lincoln Navigator is available to Medina, OH drivers in three main trim levels: Base, Reserve, and Black Label.


Regardless of the new Lincoln Navigator trim you select, the Navigator will come with the same engine. That's right, the new Lincoln Navigator and Navigator L are both powered by a 3.5-liger V6 engine that makes 440 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque. This engine works in unison with a 10-speed automatic transmission while offering up rear-wheel drive and optional four-wheel drive. Additional performance can be added by opting for available packages. The Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow package comes with a Class IV hitch, low range gearing, trailer backup assist, a trailer brake controller, and trailer sway control. The top-level Black Label trim comes with a host of nifty performance features, too. The Black Label offers Cleveland drivers standard four-wheel drive and special 22-inch wheels.


Tech features range greatly, with even the Base trim level coming with a seriously impressive set of offerings. The Base trim comes standard with a 12-inch digital instrument display, wireless charging, a 13.2-inch touchscreen infotainment display, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, a navigation system, satellite radio, a 14-speaker premium audio system, and Connected Services with in-vehicle Wi-Fi functionality. Stepping to the Reserve trim ensures that Strongsville drivers can enjoy increased tech features. The Reserve trim comes with a head-up display. The top-level Black Label trim comes with digital key technology. There's also an optional Luxury package which allows drivers to add a high-end 28-speaker audio system.


The Lincoln Navigator comes standard with a whole suite of driver assistance features. That's right, even the Base trim comes with a robust set of driver assistance features to help drivers in the Parma area boost driving confidence. The Base trim comes with adaptive cruise control, forward collision mitigation, blind spot monitor with rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, a lane keeping system, evasive steering assist, a surround-view camera system, parking sensors, and automated parking assist. Stepping to a higher trim level ensures increased driver assistance features. The reserve gains ActiveGlide driving, which combines adaptive cruise control with advanced lane-centering to offer a hands-free driving capability. Of course, the Lincoln Navigator also comes with classic safety equipment like seatbelts and airbags.

Interior Features

The Lincoln Navigator stays true to its luxury roots by offering up a long list of comfort and convenience features. The Base trim of the Lincoln Navigator comes with all the features you'd expect and many additional ones. The Base trim includes a hands-free liftgate, tri-zone automatic climate control, faux leather upholstery, heated/ventilated front seats, heated second-row seats, a heated steering wheel, and power adjustable front seats. The Reserve trim takes things up a notch by adding in even more luxury features. The Reserve trim gets genuine leather upholstery, a panoramic sunroof, 24-way power adjustable front seats, and illuminated power running boards. The Black Label trim once again fits in as the top option. The Black Label comes with 30-way power adjustable front seats, massaging front seats, and a curated interior color scheme.

Why Buy a Lincoln Navigator

The Lincoln Navigator slots in as a bold and powerful three-row SUV that manages seating for up to eight. If you're in the market for a family SUV that puts luxury and power at the forefront, then the new Lincoln Navigator is an excellent model to consider. Plus, with two different wheelbase options (standard and 'L'), you can choose the version of the Lincoln Navigator that fits your unique needs. If you're looking for an especially spacious version of the Navigator, then the Lincoln Navigator L is an excellent model to consider. You can expect all the same features with Lincoln Navigator L models, just increased space. Whether you're after Sunday cruiser or family transport vehicle, the new Lincoln Navigator makes for a great model to consider.

The new Lincoln Navigator vs. the new Cadillac Escalade

If you're in the market for a new full-size luxury SUV, your shopping list might be narrowed down to the new Lincoln Navigator and the Cadillac Escalade. At Ken Ganley Lincoln Middleburg Heights in Middleburg Heights OH, we believe both these SUVs have a lot to recommend them but the new Lincoln Navigator rises higher. We believe you'll be impressed by the performance of the Navigator along with the wide range of trims and more affordable pricing. Here is a comparison of the two and why we believe the Navigator is your best choice.

A comparison of pricing and trim levels

The new 2023 Lincoln Navigator offers buyers in Cleveland and Akron, OH a choice of five trim levels while the new Cadillac Escalade offers six trim levels. Both vehicles come with a short wheelbase model and an extended-length body style and you can make that decision on how important extra length is for you. What's significant is that the Lincoln Navigator has a base-level price that's lower than the Cadillac Escalade.

At the high end, the Lincoln Black Label L is available for a base price that's less than $115,000 while the highest-end Cadillac Escalade costs more than $150,000. With two vehicles that are so closely matched in terms of features, the Escalade is clearly overpriced and the Lincoln Navigator is an outstanding value.

A comparison of engines and performance

The Lincoln Navigator has only one engine but it's a very powerful one: A 3.5-liter six-cylinder twin-turbo engine that generates 440 horsepower. The Cadillac Escalade has a much bigger 6.2-liter 8-cylinder engine and yet it delivers only 420 horsepower. Both vehicles can fly from zero to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds.

But when comparing all-wheel drive models, the Lincoln Navigator gives you 510 pound-feet of torque while the Cadillac Escalade gives you only 460 pound-feet of torque. What's more, the Lincoln Navigator has a maximum towing capacity of 8,700 pounds while the Cadillac Escalade can pull only 8,200 pounds. Clearly, the Lincoln Navigator is the more powerful option.

A comparison of fuel efficiency

The Lincoln Navigator wins once again when it comes to getting more out of a gallon of gasoline. The Lincoln Navigator gives you 17 MPG in the city and 23 MPG on highways around Medina and Strongsville OH while the Cadillac Escalade gives you only 14 MPG in the city and 19 MPG on the highway. In a world of inflated prices, the new Navigator is a better choice

A comparison of interior comfort

The Lincoln Navigator allows you to carry up to eight passengers depending on the configuration while the Cadillac Escalade has room for only seven. The latest version of the Lincoln Navigator offers heated seats and ventilation in both the first and second rows while the Cadillac Escalade gives you standard heated seats only in the front and doesn't offer ventilation for seats in the second row.

A comparison of internal and external space

The Lincoln Navigator can add an extra seat because it has more space in the cabin. Passenger volume for the new Navigator is 172.1 cubic feet while the Cadillac Escalade gives you only 168.4 cubic feet. The Navigator is longer at 221.9 inches vs. the Cadillac Escalade with only 211.9 inches. The Navigator comes out significantly ahead when it comes to cargo capacity, offering 34.3 cubic feet compared to the Escalade with only 25.5 cubic feet.

Schedule a new Lincoln Navigator test drive near Cleveland

Have some lingering questions about the new Lincoln Navigator? Already know the Lincoln Navigator is the vehicle for you? Feel free to contact our team with both of the above-mentioned questions along with many others! We're more than ready to work with drivers from all over the Cleveland area with finding a new Lincoln Navigator or Navigator L model. Be sure to check out our array of online shopping tools to get an early start on many different aspects of the vehicle purchasing process. You can easily get an idea of potential auto loans, leases, and finance packages by utilizing our online finance center. Taking care of your auto needs can be a breeze when you choose Ken Ganley Lincoln Middleburg Heights. Head over to our online finance center to fill out a finance application or utilize our nifty vehicle trade-in estimate tool to get an idea of a vehicle trade-in value. Schedule a new Lincoln Navigator test drive near Cleveland today.

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  1. Ken Ganley Lincoln Middleburg Heights

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