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Upgrades in 2010 Lincoln Navigator?

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Overview

2010 Navigator is a full-size luxury sport utility vehicle from Lincoln. In this vehicle, five people can be seated in three rows. This sport utility vehicle is also produced in long-wheelbase Navigator L form.

Close Competitors

The close rivals for the new Navigator include Infiniti QX56 and Cadillac Escalade. For 2010, the vehicle is added with some extra features; it has an electronic stability system that has a trailer-sway control.

What’s New?

It is also equipped with standard Ford’s MyKey system, which offers customers the capacity to fix maximum speed. The vehicle has standard power-lowering running boards too.

Lincoln Navigator for 2010 is designed with an egg crate design with a large horizontal bar. The grille has standard xenon headlights. Moreover, it has standard rain-sensing wipers, standard cap-less fuel system, standard 18-inch aluminum wheels, optional 20-inch chrome rims, and standard power lift-gate.

Interiors

The interior region has standard sync voice-activated multimedia system, standard heated second row bucket seats, standard backup camera, optional backseat entertainment system with 8-inch screen, and standard Sirius satellite radio with 14-speaker audio system.

Power-Train Specifications

Navigator has a standard 5.4-liter V-8 engine, which is developed with either front- or rear-wheel drive. This engine can churn out 365 pounds-feet of torque and 310 horsepower while being paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission.

Gas Mileage

Two-wheel-drive models get 20 miles per gallon on highways and 14 miles per gallon in city. The engine works by using either regular or premium gas.

Coming to towing ability, the rear-wheel drive models can tow about 9,000 pounds, whereas 8,700 pounds is the max towing capacity of 4-wheel drive models.

You may also like to find more 2010 Lincoln Navigator pictures.

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