Interior

Interior  - 2003 Lincoln Navigator Review - Reviews - Lincoln Navigator

Depending on the second-row seating configuration, the Navigator carries either seven or eight occupants and includes a standard, 60/40-split third-row seat. Lincoln claims it is the only manufacturer to offer either a bench seat or twin buckets for the second row. A power-operated third-row seat that folds into the floor is optional, but even the manual version folds flat.

A new interior blends walnut burl with premium leather trim. The doors feature large map pockets, and the automaker says the glove box is 16 percent larger.

Standard equipment includes dual-zone automatic climate control, an auxiliary climate system for rear occupants, heated power mirrors, a six-CD changer, and a memory system for the drivers seat, mirrors, and brake and accelerator pedals. The Premium edition comes with heated and cooled seats and Lincolns AdvanceTrac electronic stability system, and the Ultimate has the power third-row seat. A navigation system is optional for $1,995. A DVD rear-seat entertainment system is also available, and the company plans to offer a Sirius satellite radio at a later date. A telematics system is also expected at the end of 2002.

    See also:

    When Inflating Your Tires
    When putting air into your tires (such as at a gas station or in your garage), the tire pressure monitoring system may not respond immediately to the air added to your tires. It may take up to tw ...

    One-touch up or down (front windows only)
    This feature allows the driver or passengers window to open or close fully without holding the control down. To operate one-touch down, press the switch completely down to the second detent an ...

    Overview
    New, industry-exclusive technologies and engaging design featuring world-class craftsmanship and materials further elevate the 2011 Lincoln MKX midsize luxury crossover. Leading the wide-ranging ...