Air suspension parts for current lincoln navigator!
PR Log - Global Press Release Distribution Air Suspension Parts For Current Lincoln Navigator! By Strutmasters Dated: Sep 05, 2010 Strutmasters builds automotive struts and springs for cars and SUVs equipped with air suspension. We also provide both replacement air ride suspension parts The current Lincoln Navigator is a full-size SUV styled and equipped for an upscale audience. It shares the bulk of its underpinnings with the Ford Expedition, including its standard 310-horsepower 5.4-liter V8 and six-speed automatic transmission. Navigator buyers have a choice between rear-wheel drive (2WD) and four-wheel drive and Air suspension parts. The 4WD system offers both high- and low-range gearing, along with “2 Hi” and “Auto 4WD” modes, allowing the driver to prioritize either fuel economy or wet-weather traction. The Navigator is offered in one well-appointed trim level that includes 18-inch wheels, three-row seating for seven (with captain’s chairs in the second row), leather upholstery, multizone climate control, heated and ventilated front seats, Sync voice activation, a power lift-gate and power-folding third-row seats. Many of the Navigator’s options are bundled in the Elite package, which includes a moon-roof, power-deployed running boards, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system and a voice-activated navigation system. Safety features like stability control (with rollover avoidance logic), front-seat side airbags and curtain airbags for outboard passengers are standard fare on all Navigators. The ability to seat adults comfortably in all three rows of seats is the Lincoln Navigator’s greatest advantage over other full-size competitors, most notably the Cadillac Escalade. The Navigator rear suspension allows for a lower floor, which opens up more rear legroom while providing fold-flat capability for the third row. The biggest downside to the Navigator is its 5.4-liter V8 - it feels a bit breathless next to the more powerful V8s in other competing full-size luxury SUV s. The present, third-generation Navigator took to the stage in 2007 with significant updates to the exterior styling, frame and rear suspension, along with larger brakes, higher-quality cabin furnishings and additional sound insulation. These changes added significantly to curb weight, but yielded tidier handling dynamics and a quieter, more refined ride. The ‘07 refresh also brought a pronounced, chrome-heavy grille design that was reminiscent of an early 1960s Continental as well as a similarly retro-inspired cabin design that further differentiated the Navigator from its Expedition roots. Two years later the Navigator gained 10 more hp, Ford’s Sync voice control system and a more advanced, hard-drive-based navigation system that allowed voice activation. Then, for ‘10, the big SUV received Ford’s programmable “My Key” as well as trailer sway control. ### http://www.airsuspensions.com - Having air suspension problems? Consider our air ride suspension conversion kits to get that new car ride again. We offer struts, air shocks and shock absorbers. Category Business Tags lincoln navigator monroe shock absorbers, struts, shocks, air springs, coil springs, air bags, air shocks Email Click to email author City/Town Roxboro State/Province North Carolina Page 1/2
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