The Standard trim is, as the name suggests, pretty standard. Not many packages are available on it. The main option here is the choice of heated Captain’s chairs for the second row, or a second-row bench with heated outboard seats. There is no cost for choosing either of these. You can add adaptive cruise control for $695, but not much else.
More options are available to the Reserve, but these can add up quite quickly, so be careful which boxes you tick – also note that some packages require the addition of others. The Reserve I package retails for $1,275 and will add 24-way Perfect Position front-row seats, a head-up display, and the Lincoln Lit Star in the grille. For an extra $3,270, the Reserve Monochromatic package will fit 22-inch black aluminum wheels, add body-colored exterior mirrors, and monochromatic accents around the grille. The heavy duty trailer tow package on this trim costs $690, while an electronic limited slip differential can be fitted for $1,665. There’s also the $2,500 Luxury Package, which upgrades the front seats to 30-way with massage function, heating and ventilation for the front passenger, and the top-of-the-range Revel Ultima 20-speaker sound system.
While the Black Label comes the most comprehensively outfitted with features, there is a Special Edition Package for $6,695 that can be optioned on, which will equip the Navigator with 22-inch bespoke black wheels, a black painted roof, unique body-color mesh grille, and a Lincoln Star Hub wheel ornament. A rear-seat entertainment system costs $2,000, and is only available to Reserve and Black Label trims.