Even here down south in Huntsville, Alabama, we face cold temperatures and sometimes even (knock on wood) snow. That’s why it is important for southern drivers to consider a vehicle that can handle the cold-weather elements and icy conditions of winter. Here are a few Lincoln Navigator cold-weather features to consider:

  •         Available four-wheel drive: Four-wheel drive provides great traction on wintry roads (and on rainy roads year round). However, no four-wheel- or all-wheel-drive system can replace the benefits of winter tires, so if you will be up north this winter, also consider swapping out your all-seasons for snow tires.
  •         Available heated seats: The Navigator boasts ventilated (cooling) seats for the summertime and heated seats for the wintertime, ensuring you stay warm and cozy even when it’s freezing outside.
  •         Best-in-class cargo room: When you’re driving in cold weather, you should prioritize designing an in-car emergency kit, which can take up space. Luckily, the Navigator offers more cargo room than any other vehicle in its class.
  •         Adaptive headlights: Visibility is super important in wintry weather. The Lincoln Navigator’s LED headlamps are speed sensitive to provide the best and safest illumination at all times.
  •         Driver-assist safety features: No matter the time of year—but especially in wintry conditions—Lincoln’s range of available driver-assist safety features work hard to prevent accidents from ever happening.

If you would like to treat yourself to a new Lincoln before the cold weather takes over, come to Ray Pearman Lincoln. 
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