NEWS: 2015 Lincoln Navigator Priced at $62,475

May 22, 2014
2015 Lincoln Navigator L Front Three Quarter
View All (13) Photos
Although the Lincoln Navigator has been overshadowed in the bling wars by the Cadillac Escalade lately, the refreshed 2015 Navigator does have one advantage over the big Caddy: price. The 2015 Lincoln Navigator starts at $62,475 with destination, undercutting the 2015 Escalade by slightly more than $10,000.
2015 Lincoln Navigator Front End In Motion 02
This base price is for the standard-wheelbase, rear-wheel-drive Navigator equipped with the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 engine that becomes the only engine choice for the Navigator for 2015, replacing a V-8. With its 380 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque, this twin-turbocharged engine is a big step up from the old 310-hp, 5.4-liter V-8 in terms of both fuel economy and power, and provides for the same maximum tow rating of 9000 lbs as the old powertrain. The new, more powerful Lincoln Navigator does cost a pretty penny compared with the 2014 model, though, as the starting price is $5315 higher for 2015 compared with last year.
Four-wheel drive is a $3575 option on the standard Navigator, and Lincoln will also continue to offer the extended-wheelbase Navigator L at $64,640 for the rear-wheel-drive version and $68,215 for the four-wheel-drive version. These models all come standard with new-for-2015 features like pushbutton start, blind-spot monitoring, and a MyLincoln Touch infotainment system; four-wheel-drive models also add hill start assist and hill descent control.
The only trim level above base is the Reserve Package, which adds a continuously controlled damping system, 22-inch aluminum wheels, Ziricote wood trim and upgraded leather on the seats, instrument panel, armrests and console. Standard-wheelbase Reserve Package models start at $69,975 with rear-wheel drive and $72,900 with four-wheel drive.
The 2015 Lincoln Navigator will be on sale early this fall.
2015 Lincoln Navigator L Interior


Photo Gallery

Research A Vehicle

Select a vehicle to research pricing, see photos, compare similar vehicles and much more.
Research Now

Top Lists

Find Local Car Deals

Cost to Own
Fuel Cost
Repair Costs
State Fees
Loss in Value + Expenses
= 5 Year Cost to Own