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2020 Lincoln Navigator Getting Significant Price Changes

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But you get much more standard tech to justify the adjustment.

Last month, Lincoln unveiled the 2020 Navigator with a slew of tech now fitted as standard, including Lincoln's Phone As A Key technology introduced in the all-new Aviator along with power running boards, heated and ventilated front-row seats, and a wireless charging pad.

Lincoln hasn't announced pricing details for the 2020 Navigator yet, but we were expecting a price increase since Lincoln's large SUV is loaded with more standard tech. Now CarsDirect has obtained order guides confirming the 2020 Lincoln Navigator's pricing - and there are some significant changes to the order sheet.

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The base-model Navigator, simply called the Navigator Standard, will start at $77,120 (including the $1,295 destination charge). That's $2,620 more than the previous model, but all Navigators now also come with Lincoln Co-Pilot 360, which adds auto emergency braking, blind-spot detection, lane-departure warning, auto high beams, and other assists.

Previously, many of these features were only available in the Select trim with the Technology Package. Buyers also get the aforementioned heated & cooled front seats, power running boards, and wireless charging, so we can't really complain about the price increase.

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Eric Perry via Lincoln

The popular Reserve trim, on the other hand, has been discounted for the 2020 model year. Lincoln's Select trim has been discontinued, and as a result Lincoln has lowered the starting price of the Reserve to $82,660 with the addition of a new 4x2 variant. The 4x4, meanwhile, is being lowered from $86,500 to $85,330.

As before, sitting at the top of the range is the all-wheel-drive Black Label. Starting at $98,065, it costs $375 more than last year's model. The extended-wheelbase L variant will only be offered in Reserve or Black Label styles, with the former starting at $85,860 and the latter starting at $101,265. As for why Lincoln has made these changes, a spokesperson told CarsDirect that the automaker wants to streamline the ordering process to be "even more effortless for clients". The 2020 Lincoln Navigator goes on sale this November.

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