The exterior of the Lincoln Navigator has been mildly refreshed for the new year. The front grille is larger than ever, overlapping into the lower bumper for a far more aggressive approach. Meanwhile, the headlights are marginally smaller and more sophisticated. Lincoln uses pixel LED-projector headlamps and sports 20-inch machined alloy wheels on the Standard. These are upgraded to 22-inch wheels on the Reserve and Black Label, the latter being ultra-bright alloys with Ebony-finished pockets.
The rear fascia features a solid brake light bar that lights up upon welcome and departure, while dual exhaust outlets peek out from below the bumper. From the Reserve upwards, a panoramic vista roof is installed, along with power-deployable illuminated running boards. Apart from the blacked-out exterior elements, the Black Label gets its own grille.
There is no such thing as a dainty full-size SUV, and the Lincoln Navigator's dimensions are proof of this. It has a length of 210 inches and a width of 83.6 inches. The wheelbase is 122.5-inches long and the overall height is 76.4 inches. Opt for the L and the wheelbase grows to 131.6 inches and overall length to 221.9.
Ground clearance is rather impressive at 9.6 inches when you opt for a more confident four-wheel drivetrain, though RWD models get an extra 0.1 inches. However, the lackluster 22.2/21.1/21.9-degree approach/breakover/departure angles throw a wrench in any off-roading aspirations. Curb weight varies from 5,633 pounds on the RWD models to 5,854 lbs on the 4WD. The extended L variant weighs as much as 5,980 lbs.
|Lincoln Navigator Trims||Standard||Reserve||Black Label|
|Max Width||79.9 in.||79.9 in.||79.9 in.|
|Length||210 in.||210 in.||210 in.|
|Height||76.3 in.||76.3 in.||76.3 in.|
|Wheelbase||122.5 in.||122.5 in.||122.5 in.|
|Lincoln Navigator Trims||Curb Weight|
|Standard||5,633 - 5,854 lbs.|
|Reserve||5,633 - 5,854 lbs.|
|Black Label||5,854 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||22" x 8.5"|
|Rear Wheel Size||22" x 8.5"|
There are a total of eleven exterior colors for the 2022 Lincoln Navigator, with Infinite Black and Silver Radiance being the no-cost options available to all models. For an extra $695, the Standard and Reserve can be had in Starlight Gray, Ceramic Pearl, Flight Blue, Pristine White, and Ocean Drive Blue. The Black Label has a more restricted palette, though it does get access to Pristine White for free. Manhattan Green is another $695 option, while the most expensive paints go for $1,750: Chroma Caviar and Chroma Crystal Blue.
Both Chroma Caviar and Chroma Crystal Blue cost an intimidating $1,750.
A power-operated panoramic sunroof is standard on the Reserve and Black Label trims.
The wheels on the Standard trim are 20 inches, while the upper trim levels make use of 22-inch wheels in various styles.