After a more thorough refresh last year that added the Sync 3 infotainment system, changes to the 2017 Lincoln Navigator are limited to a single new color: Palladium White Gold, which was available on the MKX crossover SUV last year.
For 2016, the Lincoln Navigator receives the Sync 3 infotainment system. Based around an 8-inch touch screen, this latest version of the Ford/Lincoln communications, entertainment and navigation unit is easier to see and operate.
About Lincoln Navigator
The Lincoln Navigator started life as a luxurious version of the Ford Expedition, and it remains so today. That's good news, in that it offers a substantial 9,000 pounds of towing and plenty of room for passengers and their stuff, especially in Navigator L versions. Last year, it got the new Sync 3 system, which significantly upgrades infotainment performance. But despite that, and its high-tech turbocharged V6 engine, the 2017 Lincoln Navigator lags competition like the Cadillac Escalade and Mercedes-Benz GL when it comes to other modern technology, such as automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning and radar-based cruise control, not to mention luxuries like front seats that massage the driver and passenger. Maybe the best news is that an all-new Navigator is in the pipeline.