While we have no specific 2015 Lincoln Navigator release date as yet, although we do know it will be in the fall sometime, we now have pricing for the models, and these prices have not gone down too well with consumers. To give you an idea of what we mean, the base 2015 Lincoln Navigator price is $62,475.
This is just for the two-wheel drive variant, as the four-wheel drive option for the same base model will cost an extra $3,575, but if you were to add 4WD on the premium model, then you will need to add another $7,500 on the sticker price.
If you wanted to go for the long-wheelbase option, then that is going to cost an extra $2,165 on top of the base price, so if you were to go for both these options on the entry-level model, then you are talking $68.215 — just had to see if it wasn’t April Fools Day once again.
Those are not the only options available to the Lincoln Navigator, as there are far more that are just willing to keep increasing that price tag. If for some reason you are unhappy with the standard rims, then you can go for the 22-inch option, which will set you back a further Lincoln Navigator for the 2WD model and $1,850 for four-wheel drive.
Going for a sunroof will cost $995, and if you are looking to upgrade the 2015 Lincoln Navigator interior, then you can go for monitors in the rear headrests for $1,995. The list just keep piling on the dollars, and we know you can get far more for your money by going for a different SUV. It looks as though Ford wants to kill the Lincoln Navigator when looking at these prices.
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