The Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury SUV with all that moniker entails. It has a bold exterior design with loads of chrome, a plush interior with amenities for all three rows, and a true luxury vibe from the 10-inch infotainment screen to the 20-speaker Revel audio system. Every Lincoln Navigator is a luxury vehicle, but those with the added distinction of being Black Label are in a league of their own.
Let’s start with what counts as the standard Lincoln Navigator. It comes in three trim levels starting with the Premiere at $72,555. That’s not inexpensive so you get plenty of luxury SUV for you dollar with standard features including a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine with 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque. This is paired to a 10-speed automatic and makes for an aggressive and responsive powertrain.
There’s room for up to eight passengers in a spacious cabin with 10-way power heated front seats with lumbar, second-row heated captain’s chairs, and a power-folding third row. There’s tri-zone climate control, wood trim on the doors and center consoles, and a handsfree foot-activated liftgate. This might be the base model, but it’s anything but basic.
The Select comes in at $76,555 and adds features including adaptive cruise control with collision mitigation, lane departure warning, larger 22-inch wheels, and electronic parking brake. The Reserve takes it even further with a price of $81,705 with standard four-wheel drive, forward sensing system, 30-way adjustable front seats, heated second-row bench seats, and automatic headlights.
Sitting at the top of the range is the Black Label with a starting price of $94,205. It’s tempting to call this just another trim, but the Black Label is something more.
It starts with three different specially themed interiors. There’s Yacht Club with its sea-blue leathers and bleached wood trims. The Destination theme is a darker, more elegant look reminiscent of a piece of custom luggage. Finally, there’s the Chalet theme with its winter whites. Each offers a distinct look that stands above the rest of the lineup.
Black Label also adds unique member privileges including a mobile showroom that comes to you along with a concierge to help you select exactly the right Black Label Lincoln Navigator for your needs. When you do arrive in-dealership, there’s a private studio and there’s even remote vehicle delivery for when the sale is complete.
Keep your Navigator looking beautiful with complimentary car washes anytime and an annual detailing. There’s also an included 4-year/50,000-mile premium maintenance plan that covers recommended service and wear items with complimentary pick-up and delivery within 50 miles.
Black Label extends the ownership experience to include travel benefits with Avis, complimentary Clear access to speed through airport security lines, and even a list of curated restaurants with one free dinner for two and special dining opportunities available throughout the country.
The Black Label experience isn’t exclusive to the Navigator. It’s available on additional select vehicles across the Lincoln lineup. The 2018 Lincoln Navigator Black Label raises the bar for luxury SUVs with exclusive features, services, and experiences tailored to the luxury lifestyle.