Overview

Overview  - Lincoln Navigator

The Lincoln Navigator serves as Lincoln's full-sized luxury SUV. The Navigator shares the same platform with the lesser Ford Expedition full-size SUV. Introduced in 1998, the Navigator has proven extremely popular, comprising 40% of the American luxury SUV market in 2001. It is the larger of the two truck-based SUVs produced by Lincoln in the early 2000s, the smaller being the Aviator (which becomes the MKX for 2007). While the current 2006 Lincoln Navigator ranges in price from roughly $50,140 to $67,645, the new 2007 Lincoln Navigator will feature a price range of $52,990 to $66,545. If customized, the Lincoln Navigator's price can range to well over $100,000.

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Low speed automatic cancellation
ACC is not functional at vehicle speeds below 16 mph (26 km/h). Once the vehicle speed drops below 16 mph (26 km/h), an audible alarm will sound and the automatic braking will be released. ...

Lane keeping system
New for the 2013 MKS is a Lane Keeping System that complements the complete collection of driver assist technologies, in addition to the comprehensive safety package including six airbags, anti-lock ...

Stopping and securing the vehicle
1. Park on a level surface, set the parking brake and activate the hazard flashers. 2. Place the gearshift lever in P (Park) and turn the engine off. ...