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2005 Lincoln Navigator

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2005 Navigator Overview

The 2005 Lincoln Navigator benefits from a new engine, a new transmission and fresh styling.The changes for 2005 result in a much-improved vehicle.

The Navigator is smooth and luxurious.It offers a silky ride and surprisingly nimble handling given its size.It's also big and brawny, capable of carrying up to eight passengers and a lot of gear, and towing up to 8600 pounds.The smooth ride is due partly to the Navigator's independent rear suspension, an unusual refinement for a large sport utility.

A new six-speed automatic transmission for 2005 replaces last year's four-speed automatic, resulting in smoother operation.It responds well to varying driving situations and contributes to the satisfying driving experience.A new 5.4-liter V8 engine with three valves per cylinder reduces emissions and delivers a little more power.AdvanceTrac stability control with Roll Stability Control is standard equipment and can help the driver in an emergency handling situation.

The cabin is attractive and comfortable.Even the third-row seats are relatively comfortable for adults.When it's time to haul cargo, simply press a button on the keyless remote and the power liftgate raises, then walk up to the rear of the vehicle and press a pair of buttons and the third-row seats glide down to reveal a perfectly flat cargo area.

The Navigator gets a significant makeover for 2005.New styling gives it a kinder, gentler appearance, making it look more like a luxury vehicle, less like a truck.Under this new skin is a thoroughly modern full-size sport utility: Navigator was totally re-designed and re-engineered just two years ago (for 2003).
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2005 Navigator Overview

The 2005 Lincoln Navigator benefits from a new engine, a new transmission and fresh styling.The changes for 2005 result in a much-improved vehicle.

The Navigator is smooth and luxurious.It offers a silky ride and surprisingly nimble handling given its size.It's also big and brawny, capable of carrying up to eight passengers and a lot of gear, and towing up to 8600 pounds.The smooth ride is due partly to the Navigator's independent rear suspension, an unusual refinement for a large sport utility.

A new six-speed automatic transmission for 2005 replaces last year's four-speed automatic, resulting in smoother operation.It responds well to varying driving situations and contributes to the satisfying driving experience.A new 5.4-liter V8 engine with three valves per cylinder reduces emissions and delivers a little more power.AdvanceTrac stability control with Roll Stability Control is standard equipment and can help the driver in an emergency handling situation.

The cabin is attractive and comfortable.Even the third-row seats are relatively comfortable for adults.When it's time to haul cargo, simply press a button on the keyless remote and the power liftgate raises, then walk up to the rear of the vehicle and press a pair of buttons and the third-row seats glide down to reveal a perfectly flat cargo area.

The Navigator gets a significant makeover for 2005.New styling gives it a kinder, gentler appearance, making it look more like a luxury vehicle, less like a truck.Under this new skin is a thoroughly modern full-size sport utility: Navigator was totally re-designed and re-engineered just two years ago (for 2003).Hide Full Review