2022 Lincoln Navigator Review: 

My heartbeat speeds up every time I see the Lincoln Navigator.  The large nautilus-inspired wheels, the classic full size SUV silhouette and a newly refined design are just the start.

This SUV is Big, but Get Over It. It’s Worth It

My first thought when I saw the Lincoln Navigator squeezed into the spot in the parking deck for pick up was, ‘oh, my; I’m going to be doing a lot of walking from the far corners of parking lots this week.’

The Navigator, partly by its nature and partly by its engineering, became increasingly easy to manage.  By the end of the week I was popping it into narrow parking spots alongside large SUVs and pickup trucks with ease.

Engineering Helps to Manage an SUV This Big

It starts with the simplest thing: The automatic extending running boards, which are a standard feature. By having this step to help you climb into the Navigator you don’t have to open the door as wide.

Next, the surround view cameras are a true gift. Just tap the button on the center of the dashboard just under the multimedia screen and you’ll get a wide view; tap the icons to pick your view.

A Gentle, Intelligent Creature

Gone is the thick and cryptic bible of the car, stuffed in the glove box to be covered with receipts and expired insurance cards. Instead, it’s a set of menus on the multimedia system.

Seating That Fits You and Your Family

The front seats have adjustable shoulder support, headrests that extend or retract, telescoping steering wheels, and foot pedals. These seats can support your legs, hips, shoulders, and head regardless of size or comfort preferences.

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