Specifications are a great way to learn about a car's exact measurements, whether you're interested in horsepower or the interior dimensions. To help our friends around Richmond, Mechanicsville, and Ashland, VA, learn about upcoming models, our Richmond Lincoln team has put together a Lincoln Navigator specs review.

This 3-row SUV is accommodating and luxurious, yet how much passenger room and cargo space does it offer? Also, what's the towing capacity? These are the types of inquiries we'll be covering in the coming sections.

Plus, our team will be happy to address any other questions you might have about the 2022 Lincoln Navigator!


A LOOK AT THE PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS

When you pop open the hood of the 2022 Lincoln Navigator, you'll find a large and highly refined motor that's sole purpose is to generate power.

That motor is a 3.5L twin-turbocharged V6 that can create 440 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque. That immense output is required to move the large SUV at an acceptable rate-especially when you've got a trunk full of luggage.

A standard 10-speed automatic transmission with SelectShift® capability is mated to the motor, and it also comes with paddle activation technology.

Furthermore, your SUV will be able to tow as much as 8,700 pounds when properly equipped. With this much power, you can tow things like:

  • Boats
  • Campers
  • Horse trailers

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS FOR PEOPLE AND CARGO

The easiest way to learn about the size of a model's interior is to go over the passenger and cargo specifications. It only takes one look inside the Lincoln Navigator to realize that the cabin is a roomy place to hang out.

The vehicle's headroom checks in at 41.8 inches in the first row, 40 inches in the second row, and 37.3 inches in the third row.

Curious to learn about the legroom? Well, take a look:

  • 43.9 inches in the first row
  • 41.1 inches in the second row
  • 36.1 inches in the third row

The maximum seating capacity is eight passengers, and the overall passenger volume is a robust 172 cubic feet. With this much space, no one will feel squeezed in on long trips. You can relax whether you're in the first row or the third.

When it comes to dividing the cargo, you can go about it in a few ways. If you leave the third-row seats standing, you can take advantage of 19.3 cubic feet of space. Fold the third row flat, and that number climbs to 57.5 cubic feet.

Finally, with both the second and third rows folded flat, the Lincoln Navigator can store up to 103.3 cubic feet of goods!


LINCOLN NAVIGATOR TRIM LEVELS

Trim levels are created to help people find the exact styling and features they want. Lincoln has always made it a point of emphasis to craft their models with built-in versatility.

For the 2022 Lincoln Navigator, you have three trims to choose from:

The Standard trim is a fine choice, as it loads your cabin with first-rate features and a comfortable interior design.

You'll also benefit from modern technology, such as a 13.2-inch LCD capacitive center stack screen, Voice-Activated Touchscreen Navigation System, and 14-speaker Revel® Audio System with HD Radio™.

What are the perks of moving up to the Lincoln Navigator Reserve? This trim has many of the luxury features you can get in packages.

The exterior comes with power-deployable illuminated running boards for easier entry and exit. A pair of spiffy-looking 22-inch 12-spoke bright-machined aluminum wheels with Ebony Black-painted pockets are also standard.

The cabin is more comfortable and more advanced, too. There's a set of 30-way Perfect Position seats in the first row that will retain their support, even on long trips.

To help you make your way around in the imposing Lincoln Navigator, there's a 360-degree camera with rear camera washer. This added visibility is extremely useful when maneuvering through a parking lot or backing out of a driveway.

Finally, that Lincoln Navigator Reserve L trim is more about altering the exterior than the rest of the SUV.

As you'll see in the next section, the Reserve L is a long-wheelbase version of the regular SUV. The extra length might allow for you to fit rugs, furniture, or-if you're feeling adventurous-even a kayak into your SUV.

So, if you find yourself seeking as much interior space as possible, the added length of the Lincoln Navigator Reserve L might be just what you're looking for!


EXTERIOR PROPORTIONS

You can enjoy your 2022 Lincoln Navigator in two body styles: the normal version called the Lincoln Navigator, and the long-wheelbase version called the Lincoln Navigator L. The differences are kept strictly to the model's length.

The standard version offers a 122.5-inch wheelbase, while the long-wheelbase version extends that measurement to 131.6 inches. So, that makes the overall length of the standard version 210 inches and the overall length of the Lincoln Navigator L 221.9 inches.

The height of the model when looking at the two versions is nearly identical. The Lincoln Navigator measures 76.4 inches in height with the 4x2 setup, while the Lincoln Navigator L measures 76.2 inches in height with the same 4x2 arrangement.

The width of the vehicles is identical, coming to:

  • 93.8 inches with side mirrors out
  • 83.6 inches with side mirrors folded in

CAPABLE OFF-ROADER

Taking your plush and luxurious 2022 Lincoln Navigator off-roading isn't the first thing most drivers are keen to try. However, you may find yourself in a situation where the pavement ends, but your journey doesn't. If that's the case, you'll find that the luxurious 3-row SUV inspires confidence, thanks to its exterior design.

A few of the most prominent measurements for determining off-roading prowess would be the approach angle, departure angle, breakover angle, and ground clearance of a vehicle.

Here's how the Lincoln Navigator checks in with each measurement:

  • 22.3 degrees of approach angle
  • 22 degrees of departure angle
  • 21.3 degrees of ramp breakover angle
  • 9.7 inches of maximum ground clearance

TEST DRIVE THE ALWAYS-ACCOMMODATING 2022 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR

For around-town cruising near Richmond, Mechanicsville, and Ashland, Virginia, the 2022 Lincoln Navigator will be an elegant and accommodating choice.

By contacting Richmond Lincoln, you can arrange for a test drive that fits within your busy schedule. When you come by, we'll have whichever trim of the Lincoln Navigator you're interested in ready to head out onto the local streets.

Schedule a test drive today!

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