2018 Lincoln Navigator Gets $72,055 Starting Price; Black Label Starts at $93,705
Are you eager to get behind the wheel of Lincoln’s most majestic land yacht ever built? If you are, now you can get some idea of how much you can expect to pay for the privilege.
Lincoln recently put up its configurator page for the 2018 Navigator, revealing a starting MSRP of $72,055 (not including $1,195 destination fee and other taxes and fees) for the 2018 Lincoln Navigator Premiere 4×2 and a starting price of $74,710 for the Navigator Premiere 4×4. The base model comes standard with features including 10-way Power Drivers and Passenger Seat with two-way Power Lumbar, Second-Row Heated Captains Chair with Premium Leather Seating Surface, Push-Button Shift, and Lincoln Embrace with Approach Detection.
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The 2018 Lincoln Navigator Select, which adds 22-inch Dark Tarnish Painted Wheels and heated steering wheel among other features, starts at $76,055 for the 4×2 and $78,710 for the 4×4. The next trim up is the Navigator Reserve, which starts at $81,205; only available with a 4×4 drivetrain, the Navigator Reserve adds Panoramic Vista Roof, heated and ventilated driver and passenger seats with 24-Way Perfect Position, 40/Console/40 second-row seats, and Illuminated Lincoln Star.
At the very tippy top of the range is the Lincoln Black Label Navigator, which starts at $93,705. The Black Label trim is offered in three exclusive interior trims—Destination, Yacht Club, and Chalet—and two exclusive exterior hues—Chrome Blue Crystal and Chroma Molten Gold.
The Select, Reserve, and Black Label trims are also available for the 2018 Navigator L extended-length body style. Navigator L Select can be had with either 4×2 or 4×4 drivetrains (priced starting at $80,750 and $83,405, respectively), while the Navigator L Reserve ($84,405) and Black Label Navigator L ($96,905) are only available as 4x4s.
The 2018 Navigator is expected to begin arriving at dealerships this fall.
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