The Lincoln Navigator can tow 8700 lbs with towing package, v6, and 4×2 setup.
Campers weight by type: travel trailers 7200 lbs, popups 1500 lbs, teardrops 1200 lbs.
The Navigator 2020 is available in four different trim levels including Black label, Reserve, Select, and Base. However, every model contains the 3.5 liters twin-turbo V-6 engine with energetic 510 pound-ft of torque and 450 horsepower capacity. Other than this, you can find 10-speed automatic transmission with an all-wheel or rear-wheel drive.
The six drive modes are available with easy vehicle tune settings; the list includes Slow Climb, Normal, Deep Conditions, Conserve, Excite, and Slippery. The 2020 version also comes with advanced safety features including adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitors, active lane control, and automatic emergency braking. Other than this, users can also think of investing in active parking assist, automatic high-beam headlights, head-up display, and surround-view camera system.
Towing Capacity of Lincoln Navigator:
The latest version of Lincoln Navigator SUV comes with seven different trim levels including Black Label L, Back Label, Reserve L, Reserve, Select L, Select, and Base. All of them are available with 3.5L V6 engines and you can also make selections between 4×4 or 4×2 drivetrain.
Depending upon the trim level combinations and drivetrain, the towing capacity of the vehicle will change slightly. The best towing capacity for Lincoln Navigator with the V6 engine is recorded to be 8700lbs when it is paired with the 4×2 system.
However, if you choose a 4×4 system for your vehicle, you can achieve 8300lbs with ease. On the other side, the L trim levels are designed to tow 8400 lbs with a 4×2 system; however, it is restricted to 8100 lbs only with a 4×4 system.
Many of you may be interested to invest in a heavy-duty trailer towing package that includes a trailer brake controller, the pro trailer backup assists, 2-speed transfer case, electronic traction assist, heavy-duty radiator, smart trailer tow, trailer sway control, class IV hitch receiver and 7-wire harness with 4 – / 7- pin connector. The payload capacity of this vehicle is reported to be somewhere between 1677 to 1703 lbs. Buyers can also invest in Hill Descent Control and Pro-Trailer Backup Assist package to achieve enhanced performance on tough terrains.
The Lincoln Navigator is currently available with an impressive set of features that can make your SUV more interesting and comfortable with versatile capabilities. The 2020 version of Lincoln Navigator was loaded with plenty of new features including a smartphone-based key, active safety features such as adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitors, active lane control, and an automatic emergency braking system.