Lincoln has launched its 2020 Navigator last month with many of standard tech equipments, one of which is the company’s Phone As A Key feature newly added to the 2020 Aviator, together with heated and ventilated front seats, power running boards, and a wireless charging pad.
Pricing for the 2020 Navigator hasn’t been announced yet, but the price is thought to go up as the car now comes with more standard tech features than ever before. A recent report from CarsDirect revealed buying guides that confirm the pricing of the new Navigator, as well as changes to the order form.
The base Navigator Standard model is priced from $77,120 including $1,295 destination fee. In other words, it gets a $2,620 price bump. But this can be justified by the availability of Lincoln Co-Pilot360 in all grades, which gives a number of assists such as automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning, automatic high beams, and blind-spot detection among others.
In the previous model year, you’d have to choose the Select trim with the Technology Package to get many of these safety gear. Moreover, the new Navigator Standard has all the features we mentioned earlier; namely the heated and ventilated front seats, power running boards, and wireless charging. So a price increase is just normal here.
If a discount is what you want instead of the most affordable model, then the Lincoln Reserve may be your thing. With the death of the Select trim, the likeable Reserve starts lower for 2020 at $82,660. Lincoln has also added a new 4×2 variant. As for the 4×4, its price is downed too, from $86,500 to $85,330.
The most expensive one is the range-topping all-wheel-drive Black Label, which starts at $98,065 or $375 more than before. The long-wheelbase L variant costs $85,860 with the Reserve or $101,265 with the Black Label – it’s only available in these two grades. The new 2020 Lincoln Navigator is slated to go on sale this November.