Lincoln Navigator Hybrid

Lincoln Navigator HybridLincoln is looking to deliver hybrid version of its Lincoln Navigation system. Lincoln Navigation system Hybrid body style will be similar to the current Lincoln Navigation system. The 2011 Lincoln Navigation system is a full size luxury Suv offered as either the regular Navigation system or the extended wheelbase Navigation system L. Three row, seven passenger seats are traditional, and the second row captain's chairs can be replaced with a three person seat to increase capacity to eight.

Lincoln Navigator Hybrid details:

Lincoln Navigator Hybrid
Inside Lincoln Navigator Hybrid (pic. 1)

Traditional features include 18 inch alloy wheels, parking sensors, a power liftgate, power folding running boards, a rear up cam, an auto dimming back-view window, leather upholstery, adjustable pedals, dual zone automatic conditioning with back optional controls, a tilt and telescoping helm, warmed and ventilated power front seatings, driver memory options, warmed second and third row seatings and a power folding third row seat. Also traditional are the Sync voice command system, Bluetooth and a 14 dynamic surround audio stereo system with a Cd player, Hd radio, radio and a Usb slot.

Lincoln Navigator Hybrid
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The vast expanses of look chrome might be a bit too flashy for the more understated shopper, so Lincoln offers a Monochrome Appearance suite that substitutes body colored elements for some of the chrome accents and adds power folding warmed outside windows with puddle lights. A similar Monochrome Limited Edition suite contains unique leather upholstery and trim. Other features include 20 inch chromed wheels, a sunroof, a heavy duty tow suite, a second row 40/20/40 split seat, a hard drive based navigator with Sirius Travel Link and a back bench video system.

Lincoln Navigator Hybrid
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The 2011 Lincoln Navigation system comes traditional with stability control (with a rollover sensor), traction control, antilock disc brakes with brake assist, front bench side airbags and three row side curtain airbags. Also traditional is Trailer Sway Control, which uses the stability control sensors to detect and minimize a trailer's tendency to weave under some circumstances. For 2011, the programmable Mykey system is traditional equipment, a nifty option that allows parents to specify speed limits and audio volumes for their teenage drivers.