The Navigator ups the ante over its Ford Expedition sibling, with more luxury and showmanship.
The cabin is quiet, elegant-looking, and full of high-tech features.
There is a bit of a rocking feeling at low speeds, but the ride improves and is more comfortable on the highway.
Handling, however, is cumbersome, even for a large SUV.
The twin-turbo V6 is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Acceleration is quick and effortless, and towing capacity is 8,300 pounds.
The front cabin is roomy, but the standard seats are uncomfortable, and the push-button gear selector is fussy to use.
Rear passengers are pampered with heated seats, a variety of connectivity features, and a hospitable third-row seat.
For 2020, the SUV gets standard forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and blind spot warning.