Perhaps one of the most appealing incorporations of the Lincoln Navigator is the addition of any kind of technological and electronic feature on the auto market today. Be that as it may, at times the incorporation of features like the navigation system, the satellite radio and iPod input is overshadowed by the less-than-luxurious feel, painted silver buttons and small touchscreen, which makes using these features somewhat unappealing. Yet, where the electronic features failed, the luxury and comfort of the interior began. Seating within the Lincoln Navigator is quite accommodating, especially with the versatility of third row seating, which electronically fold themselves to make room for plenty of cargo space. The safety features of the Lincoln Navigator are rather impressive, especially the incorporation of the MyKey feature, which allows parents to control the speed and radio settings maximums when their teens are driving. This SUV features a series of other driver-tailored amenities, like memory settings for the driver, powered adjustable pedals and Bluetooth operability, which means adjusting your radio or making phone calls, is all done hands free.
In the true style of the Lincoln Navigator there are various trim options available. While the Navigator is intended to be rather classy looking, the chrome on the exterior can be over the top to some owners, so there is a monochrome package available for those who prefer a classic SUV look. The Limited Edition monochrome package features a wood trimmed interior and leather interior for a touch of sophistication. Consumers can chose to add additional options like chrome 20in. wheels, an additional tow package, sunroof or even seat mounted entertainment screens. All in all the Lincoln Navigator is continuing to set the bar high for luxury in a sport utility vehicle, and despite some serious flaws in the construction and power, some consumers are still more than thrilled to enjoy the luxurious trim and interior amenities. Although the 2012 Lincoln Navigator does live up to years of class and refinement as dictated by previous models released, the lack of power coupled with the low gas mileage might seal the end to this luxury SUV before it even starts.