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Take Your Pick: 2018 Lincoln Navigator Offers Three ‘Perfect Position’ Seat Options

The redesigned, 2018 Lincoln Navigator will offer buyers a choice of three different “Perfect Position” front seating options when it goes on sale later this year: a standard 10-way, an available 24-way, and a top-spec 30-way option.

Lincoln’s Perfect Position seats, which debuted in the all-new Continental sedan last year, were designed with superior ergonomics in mind, drawing on private aircraft and high-end furniture for inspiration. They are built upon a plastic substrate with a thin, polyurethane-foam suspension that helps the seat better contour the body occupying it. The top-of-the-line, 30-way adjustable model gives the user more ways to tweak the seat than he can shake a stick at, with individual thigh supports, four ways to adjust the lumbar support, and an independently-adjustable upper back support.

For the less choosy of customers, or those who wish not to get lost in the mind-bogglingly broad range of seat adjustments, we imagine the Lincoln Navigator’s 10-way or 24-way adjustable Perfect Position seats will do just fine.

The all-new, 2018 Lincoln Navigator SUV will hit dealerships starting this fall. For more on the redesigned luxury SUV, click here.

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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  1. Kathleen Haack

    i think you folks could make millions of dollars more by adapting these seats into recliners for the home!! they would be ideal especially for older folks with all forms of skeletal and muscular issues.


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