Experts believe that there are more than 6,500 spoken languages in use around the world, helping people share their ideas, emotions and desires with each other. Of course, then there are the unspoken languages, such as design, that are used to elicit a response when properly used. The design team for the Lincoln Navigator followed the primary rule of all languages: know with whom you're speaking -- and listen with your focus on understanding them and their desires.

Robert Parker, Director of Global Lincoln Marketing Sales and Service, was quoted as stating, "They (luxury customers) want a quiet vehicle; they want performance; they want improved fuel economy; they want accommodations that are unique."

That was the inspiration for the Lincoln design team. Horizontal lines that run the length of the vehicle organize the vehicle's flow, adding a human touch to the large SUV. The revamped front grille features a centrally-located signature Lincoln Star logo, while the vehicle's elegant, strong nature is best expressed by its stance.

Inside, the designers worked to deliver the latest amenities while also providing as much passenger and cargo space as possible. With optional front row Perfect Position Seats, superior legroom in the second row and a third row that reclines, the 2018 Lincoln Navigator offers comfortable seating for eight. Not only that, but the second and third rows both fold flat at the mere push of a button -- so you've got plenty of room for all of your cargo.

Because it's a Lincoln, you know that the SUV's interior isn't just meant for function. You're sure to luxuriate in the ambiance provided by finishes such as real wood appliqués and sumptuous leathers and fabrics.

To learn more about the all-new Lincoln Navigator, contact Rountree Lincoln and speak with a member of our team.

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