We know that the 2020 Lincoln Navigator is a very attractive and luxurious vehicle. It will get lots of new tech, and one big thing we haven’t known about the 2020 Lincoln Navigator is how much it will cost. Some have feared with all the new standard technology that the price might climb a lot for the base model. Pricing has now been revealed, and the base model will cost quite a bit more than the starting price for the 2019 Lincoln Navigator, which was $74,500 with the destination charge.
Cars Direct says that order guides it has seen for the 2020 Lincoln Navigator peg the starting price for the base model at $77,120 including the $1,295 destination charge. The base version is now called Navigator Standard. That is a healthy increase from 2019 pricing of $2,620. The extra money does get buyers some very nice features as standard.
All 2020 Navigators get Lincoln Co-Pilot360 adding automatic emergency braking, blind-spot detection, lane departure warning, automatic high beams, and other niceties. Last year to get that safety and assistance suite buyers had to move up to the Navigator Select with Technology Package that started at $81,490. The 2020 Navigator Standard also gets heated and cooled front seats, power running boards, and wireless charging.
The 2020 Lincoln Navigator Reserve now starts at $82,660 for the new 4×2 version of the SUV. In 2019 the Reserve only came as a 4×4. Pricing on the 4×4 version is $85,330, which is a price cut of $1,170. The Navigator Black Label will come in all-wheel-drive only and will start at $98,065, that is an increase of $375 compared to 2019 pricing. Lincoln has discontinued the Select trim for 2020.
Buyers wanting more room can get the extended wheelbase L version in Reserve or Black Label trim for $85,860 and $101,265 respectively. Lincoln says the reason it ditched the Select trim was to streamline the ordering process, and the trim isn’t likely to be missed. Lincoln says that nine out of ten Navigators purchased are Reserve or Black Label versions.