The 2019 Lincoln Navigator is part of the fourth generation that was introduced in 2018. There aren’t a lot of changes to the new version, but it should satisfy drivers who don't own the 2018 Navigator. The Black Label option comes with 30-way power front seats that keep comfort in mind. There is also the option of heating your second-row seats. The adjustable seats have lumbar support in five different places, and massage elements as well. These seats, which come standard and for many make the price increase worth it, have been described as driving a La-Z-Boy down the highway. The car has a lot of cargo room, and for more cargo room there are extended length models. There is an easy-to-use tech interface with plenty of tech upgrades. But these are just a few of the things that make the Navigator so great. Read on to learn more about the 2019 Lincoln Navigator.

There are four trims available for the 2019 Lincoln Navigator. The Base and Select trims are the two lowest and are both available in front wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The base model comes with a 3.5-liter V-6 engine with 450 horsepower and a combined MPG of 19. The turbocharged engine allows for plenty of towing capability, and there are plenty of safety options available. The Select trim also comes with the same V6 engine and MPG. With the Select model, you have the option for the cargo package, the heavy-duty trailer tow package, or the technology package. The heavy-duty trailer tow package includes electronic traction assist. The technology package includes auto park, active park assist, adaptive cruise control, auto high beam, lane keeping assist, and pre-collision assist with pedestrian detection.

The upper trims of Reserve and Black Label both come with all-wheel drive. Both have a 3.5-liter V6 engine but get around 18 MPG combined. The Reserve trim has the option for the cargo package with the chrome roof rack, and the heavy-duty trailer tow package, which will include pro trailer backup assist and a trailer brake controller. The Black Label boasts many standard features, including convenience features like distance pacing cruise control, voice-activated air conditioning, panoramic sunroof, a navigation system with voice activation, and driver and passenger memory seat settings. Safety features that come standard on the Black Label include traction control, brake assist, automatic emergency braking, forward collision mitigation, and electronic stability. The warranty for the Navigator is a basic 48-month, 50,000-mile protection with 72-month, 70,000-mile coverage for the powertrain.

Due to its high demand, the Lincoln Navigator is getting a price increase that crosses the six-figure mark. Navigator sales are up by triple digits over last year, which explains the price increase for the new models. The Base, or Premiere, starts at $74,500, and the Select trim increases by $1,000 to reach $78,850. Neither of these trims has any additional equipment, which explains why people are paying more for the additional features the other trims offer. The Reserve starts at $86,500, which will include the technology package as a standard feature. This package includes adaptive cruise control and autonomous emergency braking. The Black trim starts at $97,690 and includes the power seats as standard, making the cost-effective for those wanting the upgrade. However, for those who want the long-wheelbase L models, that is where the Navigator will reach the six-figure mark. The Black Label L will be about $100,890.