2007 Lincoln Navigator L Values

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2007 model year changes

The Lincoln Navigator has been completely redesigned for 2007, along with the Ford Expedition on which it is based, and a new Lincoln Navigator L joins the lineup, offering an additional 25 cubic feet of cargo space. The Lincoln Navigator gets extensive improvements for a quieter interior and more refinement, and has improved highway fuel economy thanks to a new six-speed automatic transmission.

Competitive comparison

Refinement; quiet and versatile interior with power-folding third row; towing and hauling ability.

Special features for 2007

The new 2007 Lincoln Navigator is one of the most luxurious American-made vehicles, appearing as an elegantly dressed full-size SUV on the outside with especially posh interior appointments. The new Lincoln Navigator L model brings added cargo space and is a direct rival to the Cadillac Escalade ESV. The Lincoln Navigator models stand out for their interior packaging, with a new available PowerFold third-row seat that automatically folds forward for an expanded flat cargo space. Yet the Lincoln Navigator still has a truck frame and serious hauling credentials, with tow ratings of up to 9,100 pounds.



With an additional 14 inches compared to the standard Navigator, the 2007 Lincoln Navigator L is offered with either two or four wheel drive and features a sizeable 300 horsepower 5.4-liter gas-powered V8 with a 6-speed overdrive-enabled automatic transmission. This year, the Navigator L boasts a renovated front grille with chrome hood and headlamp assemblies. The Navigator L comes equipped with a diverse list of equipment that includes traction control, ABS brakes, parking assist, dual zone auto climate control, cruise control, keyless entry, lumbar seats and navigation.