The 2015 Lincoln Navigator's list of changes includes a new engine with improved fuel economy, a high-end Reserve Package and mild interior and exterior styling updates. What hasn't changed, however, is the Navigator's cargo space of which there are two sizes: the standard wheelbase model and supersized extended-wheelbase Navigator.
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The standard-wheelbase Navigator we tested offers 18.1 cubic feet of storage space behind the third row, 54.4 cubic feet behind the second row and a grand total of 103.3 cubic feet of cargo room with the seats folded. We found the 18.1 cubic feet small given the Navigator's massive exterior size and that many crossover SUVs with a smaller footprint provide similar space in the back. However, the Navigator still offers more space than the Chevrolet Tahoe's 15.3 cubic feet, and folding the third row flat is easy thanks to its power operation. Extended-wheelbase Navigator L models provide a huge leap with 42.6 cubic feet behind the third row.
See how well common items fit in the standard-wheelbase Navigator's cargo area below.