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2017 Lincoln Navigator Specs

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2017 Lincoln Navigator Specs Explained

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Exterior length - 207.4 in

It is the same for all trims.

It is the distance of a Lincoln Navigator from its front tip to the farthest point in back.

Exterior body width - 78.8 in

It is the same for all trims.

It is an indicator defined as the widest point of the car without the mirrors included.

Exterior height - 78.1 in

It is the same for all trims.

This is the distance from the surface of the floor to the roof of the car (excluding the rails).

Horsepower - 380 hp

It is the same for all trims.

It is the metric used to indicate the power produced by a Lincoln Navigator engine, it means the power of your car.

Torque - 460 Lb-Ft

It is the same for all trims.

Torque, simply, is the ability of a vehicle to perform work.

Fuel economy city - 16 mpg

This parameter shows the distance, measured in miles, that a car can travel per gallon of fuel (in a city traffic).

Fuel economy highway - 22 mpg

This parameter shows the distance, measured in miles, that a car can travel per gallon of fuel (in a highway).

0-60mph 0-100kmh s - 6.6 sec

This parameter shows how long it takes to accelerate the vehicle from a standing position to 60 mph (Which is equal to 100 km/h).

1/4 mile time - 15.2 sec

It is a time it takes a car to travel a 1/4 mile.

1/4mile speed - 90 mph

It is the maximum speed that Lincoln Navigator can reach on a 1/4 mile section.

Lateral acceleration g - no data

This is the acceleration that occurs when cornering, which pushes the car sideways.

Slalom speed - no data

This parameter shows the maximum speed that the Lincoln Navigator can reach on the track while maneuvering between obstacles.

Bore and stroke - no data

Bore and stroke are two main parameters of a cylinder. An engine's bore is the diameter of each cylinder, while the stroke is the distance within the cylinder the piston travels.

Curb weight - 5830 lb

It is the weight of the vehicle without any passenger or items in it except for the standard equipment that comes with it.

Gross vehicle weight rating gvwr - 7500 lb

This is a maximum total safe weight of your vehicle, counting the curb weight (the weight of our vehicle when empty), plus the weight of your passengers, fuel, any accessories added to the vehicle, cargo, and the “tongue weight” of a tow trailer (normally 10-20% of the combined tow load and trailer weight).

Front gross axle weight rating gawr - no data

It is the most distributed weight the front axle of a vehicle can support.

Rear gross axle weight rating gawr - no data

It is the most distributed weight the rear axle of a vehicle can support.

Maximum trailer weight - no data

It is the weight of your fully loaded trailer, which includes the weight of the trailer itself along with everything loaded onto it or into it. Any cargo, passengers, animals, equipment, fluids and everything in between contributes to the gross trailer weight.

Wheelbase - 119 in

It is the same for all trims.

That is the horizontal interval between the front and back Lincoln Navigator wheels.

Front track - no data

The term usually denotes the distance between the front wheels' centerlines.

Rear track - no data

It's the distance between the rear tire tracks of the Lincoln Navigator and their centers.

Turning radius - 20.4 in

It is the same for all trims.

It is the length from the center point of the turning circle to the outermost part of the path traveled by the wheels while turning.

Ground clearance - 8.4 in

That is the smallest distance between the car's bottom frame and the earth.

Front legroom - 43 in

It is the same for all trims.

Drivers call it the distance from the back of the driver's seat to where their feet rest on the accelerator.

Rear legroom - 39.1 in

It is the same for all trims.

That is the horizontal distance between the rear seat and front seatback of your vehicle.

Front headroom - 40 in

It is the same for all trims.

"Headroom" is the term for how much space there is from a vehicle's roof to its bottom point.

Rear headroom - 40 in

It is the same for all trims.

This is the distance between the top of the front-seat occupants' heads and the roof of the vehicle.

Front hip room - 60 in

It is the same for all trims.

The front hip room is the space between the front seats and the center console. This is an important space for both driver and passenger to have easy access to their belongings while driving.

Rear hip room - 60 in

It is the same for all trims.

The back hip room in the vehicle is a little tight for some people, and the front seats could be a bit more comfortable on longer trips.

Front shoulder room - 63 in

It is the same for all trims.

The upright portion of your seats, also known as the location where your shoulders rest while sitting, is called the shoulder room. It's measured horizontally across the whole width of the seat.

Rear shoulder room - 64 in

It is the same for all trims.

The rear shoulder room is measured by multiplying the shoulder width of the back seat by two and then subtracting the front-rear track of the car.

Luggage capacity - 18.1 cu.ft.

It is the same for all trims.

Your Lincoln Navigator will carry as much cargo as its luggage capacity entails.

Maximum cargo capacity - 103.3 cu.ft.

It is the same for all trims.

Maximum cargo capacity and luggage capacity are different because the former refers to the volume of all items carried by the vehicle while the latter only refers to the space available for storing luggage.

Passenger volume - no data

This is the total volume of space available for passengers in the front and rear seats of a vehicle.

Fuel tank - 28 gal

It is the same for all trims.

This is a maximum amount of fuel that can fit into a Lincoln Navigator fuel tank.

Drag coefficient - 0.39

It is the same for all trims.

The vehicle drag coefficient measures how much force the vehicle exerts on the air resistance.

Luggage capacity - 18.1 cu.ft.

It is the same for all trims.

Your Lincoln Navigator will carry as much cargo as its luggage capacity entails.

Maximum cargo capacity - 103.3 cu.ft.

It is the same for all trims.

Maximum cargo capacity and luggage capacity are different because the former refers to the volume of all items carried by the vehicle while the latter only refers to the space available for storing luggage.

Curb - 5.83 lb

This is the weight of the vehicle without any passenger or items in it except for the standard equipment that comes with it.

Gross weight - 7.5 lb

This is the total weight of the goods carried, including all packaging but excluding the tare weight of the transport unit.

Base engine size - 3.5 liters Liters

It is the same for all trims.

This parameter shows the volume of fuel and air that can be pushed through a car's cylinders and is measured in cubic centimetres (cc) or litres (L).

Base engine type - V-6

It is the same for all trims.

Car engine types are usually described according to two attributes: the layout of the engine and the configuration of its cylinders. Layout type means the cylinder arrangement: straight, enline, flat, v-type. Configuration means the amount of cylinders in the engine: two, three, four, five and above.

Horsepower rpm - 5,250

It is the same for all trims.

It is a parameter that shows the number of engine crankshaft revolutions at which the maximum power (number of horsepower) is reached.

Torque rpm - 2,750

It is the same for all trims.

It is a parameter that shows the number of engine crankshaft revolutions at which the maximum torque is reached.

Fuel tank capacity - 28 gal

It is the same for all trims.

This is a maximum amount of fuel that can fit into a Lincoln Navigator fuel tank.

Epa mileage estimates - 16 City / 22 Hwy

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, or the EPA, is the government agency responsible for certifying a vehicle's MPG figures, notes How Stuff Works.A key element in assessing the EPA rating for a vehicle's average fuel economy (EPA combined) is the split between highway and city driving. The EPA rating for combined mpg presumes that we drive 55 percent of the time in the city and 45 percent of the time on the highway.

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Determining 2017 Lincoln Navigator features and specs

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