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The Lincoln Navigator occupies space, and a lot of it, in the full-size luxury SUV class, where it is a long-standing rival of the Cadillac Escalade. It’s also perhaps the brand’s best-known model, hauling families in upscale accommodations since 1998. So, how much can prospective buyers expect to pay for a new Navigator, both in its base guise and its top trim with all the bells and whistles? Here’s how much a 2024 Lincoln Navigator costs.

The 2024 Lincoln Navigator starts at $82,765

The 2024 Lincoln Navigator is available in three trims: Premiere, Reserve, and Black Label. The upper two models are also offered in extended wheelbase versions and carry the Reserve L and Black Label L designations. Updates for the 2024 model year include the Premiere trim level replacing the previous base model, the Standard. Along with the name change, all models now feature full-time four-wheel drive.

The base Premiere model starts at $82,765 MSRP and comes with a long list of luxe amenities. Standard exterior features include 20-inch wheels, power-deployable running boards, LED exterior lighting, active grille shutters, heated side mirrors with memory feature, an adaptive suspension, a power liftgate, and acoustic laminated side door glass.

The cabin is highlighted by synthetic leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front and rear seats, power-folding second and third-row seats, power reclining rear seats, a heated steering wheel, wireless phone charging, genuine wood accents, ambient lighting, and a 12-inch digital gauge cluster.

Standard connectivity includes a 13.2-inch touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, SiriusXM and Alexa Built-In, navigation, and a 14-speaker Revel audio system.

All Navigators include a long list of driver’s aids, including forward collision mitigation, lane departure alert with steering correct, lane-keep assist, evasive steering assist, a surround-view camera, parking sensors, an automated parking system, blind spot warning with rear cross-traffic alert, and adaptive cruise control.

The 2024 Navigator Black Label L commands $113,795

Those who want the ultimate luxe family hauler can consider the Lincoln Navigator’s top trim, the Black Label L. The extended wheelbase version packs in all the luxe features of the model’s range-topping trim and increases the cargo space behind the rear row from 19 cubic feet to a whopping 34 cubic feet.

The Black Label L is highlighted by 22-inch wheels, illuminated power running boards, a unique grille, an illuminated Lincoln grille badge, and a panoramic roof. Additional upgrades inside the cabin include illuminated seatbelt buckles for the first and second row, a head-up display, a 28-speaker Revel audio system, 30-way adjustable massaging front seats, and genuine leather upholstery.

Black Label models also include several “themes” to choose from for interior upholstery and trim. For example, The Yacht Club theme features whitewashed teak wood trim with Coastal Blue leather seats and Blue Bay floormats, while the Chalet has Silverwood trim with “Alpine” white leather seats and Espresso floormats.

Lastly, the Black Label L also features Lincoln’s BlueCruise 1.0 semi-autonomous driving system. However, it requires a subscription.

Available options and accessories for the 2024 Lincoln Navigator

Several optional packages and a slew of accessories are available for the 2024 Lincoln Navigator for buyers to customize their luxury family hauler.

In its base guise, buyers can add the Navigator Plus Exterior Package ($1,895), which includes 22-inch wheels, a panoramic roof with power sunshade, and illuminated running boards. Two exterior paints are standard, with five additional hues available for $750. Limited accessories include a chrome roof rack with crossbars ($250), a wheel lock kit ($75), all-weather floor liners ($200), or a cargo organizer ($100).

Midrange Reserve models can opt for the Reserve I package, which includes many Black Label features — 30-way adjustable massaging front seats, 28-speaker Revel audio system, and illuminated Lincoln grille badge — for $6,310.

The Monochromatic Package ($1,995) includes 22-inch black aluminum wheels and body-color badges, exterior accents, and grille. The Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package ($2,600) includes four- and seven-pin connectors, front tow hooks, Pro-Trailer Backup Assist 2.0, Lincoln’s Smart Trailer Tow system, trailer brake controller and sway control, and a two-speed transfer case.

The Reserve and Black Label models can be fitted with massaging second-row captain’s chairs with a center console for $625. Meanwhile, the Special Edition Package ($6,695) is available for Black Label models and includes black wheels, a black roof, a roof rack and side mirrors, and a unique chrome grille surround with other exterior embellishments.

A fully loaded Black Label L model with every available, non-conflicting option rings in at $127,435.

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