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2023 Lincoln Navigator: Here Are The Only Two Changes

For the sixth model year of its fourth generation, the 2023 Lincoln Navigator receives very minor changes and updates compared to the prior, 2022 model year. In fact, the sole change for this model year has to do with the vehicle’s exterior color options.

2023 Lincoln Navigator Model Line

The 2023 Lincoln Navigator see no changes to its model line or trim level lineup, carrying over the trim levels from its prior model year for both, the regular-length Navigator and the extended-length Navigator L

2023 Lincoln Navigator trim levels:

  • Standard
  • Reserve
  • Black Label

2023 Lincoln Navigator L trim levels:

  • Reserve L
  • Black Label L

2023 Lincoln Navigator Exterior

As previously mentioned, the only changes to the 2023 Lincoln Navigator have to do with its exterior color options. One hue was deleted, and a new one was added.

Deleted color:

2022 Lincoln Navigator in Flight Blue

2023 Lincoln Navigator in Diamond Red Metallic Tri-Coat

2023 Lincoln Navigator Interior

There are no changes to the 2023 Lincoln Navigator interior. The luxury SUV received a revisions to the interior for the 2022 model year, and as such, the 2023 model retains the larger center stack display, along with tech like Lincoln ActiveGlide.

As Ford Authority reported last year, a major consideration for Navigator buyers is interior design, and the designers seem to have found something that works well for the luxury SUV.

2023 Lincoln Navigator Mechanical

The 2023 Navigator continues to offer a single powertrain option in the form of the twin-turbocharged 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine which produces 440 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque. This powerhouse is exclusively mated to Ford’s 10-speed automatic transmission, and output can either be routed via the two rear wheels for rear-wheel-drive or through all four for all-wheel-drive.


2023 Lincoln Navigator Availability

The 2023 Lincoln Navigator continues to utilize the Ford T3 platform, which it shares with the Ford Expedition. It is assembled at  Ford Kentucky Truck plant in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. Richard Jones

    The only thing that haven’t changed is that the Lincoln luxury SUV is in last place as always!

  2. Cigna

    This vehicle, lately, has been a poor seller, so even with many changes, it will still sell poorly. Maybe 0% for 72 months might help.


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