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Refreshed 2022 Lincoln Navigator Gets More Expensive On Most Trims

The refreshed 2022 Lincoln Navigator was revealed last August with a host of styling and tech updates, including the addition of Lincoln’s new ActiveGlide hands-free highway driving system. A few weeks later, Ford Authority spies spotted a 2022 Lincoln Navigator L driving around, giving us our first real-world look at the full-size luxury SUV. However, all of these updates will come at a cost, as the 2022 Navigator is more expensive than its predecessor on almost all trim levels.

2022 Lincoln Navigator Price Changes
Trim Level 2022 Lincoln Navigator 2021 Lincoln Navigator 2022 +/-
Standard $76,710 $76,705 +$5
Standard L $79,705 $79,905 $-200
Reserve $87,045 $82,490 +$4555
Reserve L $90,075 $85,715 +$4360
Standard $79,710 $79,375 +$335
Standard L $82,705 $82,575 +$130
Reserve $89,745 $85,165 +$1360
Reserve L $92,770 $88,385 +$4385
Black Label $102,980 $98,655 +$4325
Black Label L $106,025 $101,855 +$4170

Save for Standard L rear-wheel drive models, every 2022 Navigator trim level gets some sort of price increase, rating from a mere $5 for the rear-wheel drive Standard trim to $4,555 for the rear-wheel drive Reserve. The Reserve L and Black Label trims also get big increases for the new model year, while destination and delivery charges have increased from $1,295 to $1,695.

There is a good reason for the big price jumps for Reserve and Black Label trimmed Navigators, as it turns out – the Reserve now comes with ActiveGlide as standard equipment, while both are equipped with the newly revised Lincoln Co-Pilot360 2.0 as standard equipment, which includes all the features from the Vision and Drive packages plus Trailer Reverse Guidance and Pro Trailer Backup Assist 2.0, though the latter is only available in conjunction with the Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package.

The revised Lincoln Co-Pilot360 2.0 package now consists of a 360-Degree Camera with Rear Camera Washer, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, Stop-and-Go, Lane Centering Assist, Speed Sign Recognition, Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert and Trailer Coverage, Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Pedestrian Detection, Distance Alert/Distance Indication, Dynamic Brake Support, Forward Collision Warning, Intersection Assist, Post Collision Braking, Lane-Keeping System with Blind Spot Assist, Driver Alert, Lane-Keeping Aid, Lane-Keeping Alert, Road Edge Detection, Evasive Steering Assist, Active Park Assist 2.0, Front/Side/Rear Parking Sensors, Rear Cross-Traffic Braking, Reverse Brake Assist, and Auto High Beams.

For 2021, the same package was standard on all Navigator trims and came with the following features – Auto High Beams, Blind Spot Detection with Cross-Traffic Alert and Trailer Coverage, Lane-Keeping System, Driver Alert, Lane-Keeping Alert, Lane-Keeping Assist, Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Dynamic Brake Support, Forward Collision Warning, Pedestrian Detection, and Rear View Camera with Rear Camera Wash.

We’ll have much more on the 2022 Navigator soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln news, Lincoln Navigator news, and non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. William J.jr. Offutt

    Cars are getting too expensive; beyond affordability ! Look back to 1955 Packard Patrician , and 400 Models ! They didn’t have suck a Jump between the Packard Clipper or Executive top Models such as Super & Basic Models ! The cars depreciate too fast over 10 years to be able to finance them beyond 5 yrs. !


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