If you own a Lincoln Navigator and you are wondering what the Lincoln Navigator Towing Capacity is, this article is for you. In this article, we have highlighted the payload capacity of Lincoln Navigator according to Lincoln Navigator user manual.
Everything at all you need to know ranging from engine choices, year and towing features. Continue reading below to find out all you need to know about Lincoln Navigator.
Yes, the Lincoln Navigator can pull a camper. If we look at the list above we can estimate the average camper weighs around 3,500 to 7,000 + lbs. That is quite heavy but do not forget that Lincoln Navigator’s towing capacity is 6,200 to 8,300 lbs.
The 2021 Navigator has only one engine-and-transmission combination, but with 450 horsepower, one is all it needs. We found the Navigator to be responsive and genuinely speedy, and the 10-speed automatic shuffles through gears adeptly enough to avoid perturbing dozing passengers.
|Fourth generation (U554)|
|Related||Ford Expedition Ford F-150|
|Engine||Ford EcoBoost D35 3.5 L Twin-Turbo V6|
|Transmission||Ford 10-speed 10R80 SelectShift automatic Transfer case (4×4 models) 2-speed BorgWarner 4417 High range ratio: 1.00:1 Low range ratio: 2.64:1|
- MSRP: From $76,705
- Towing capacity: 6,200 to 8,300 lbs
- Dimensions: 210″ L x 80″ W x 76″ H
- MPG: Up to 16 city / 22 highway
- Horsepower: 450 hp
- Engine: 3.5 L V6
Be sure to read all of the information in your Lincoln Navigator owner’s manual for a more comprehensive understanding of what is recommended by the manufacturer when pulling a load.
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