2007 Lincoln Navigator
There are 6 user reviews for the 4X2 Luxury trim shown below
- Great SUV the best in it's class
Really good look suv with good handleing and apperance also good mpg and good price confurtuble and nice trim good suv to buy
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- great interior, great handling and accelaration.
- Ugly grille. it makes the entire SUV look horrendous.
ugly grille. great interior. overall, dislike the vehicle simply because of front grille. NO GOOD.
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- part may not be available
- parts are not available through the warranty or to purchase
beware of purchasing this car! My catalytic converter needed replacement and car has been at the dealer for 6 months waiting for the part.
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- nice interior, but not as nice as past models
- exterior looks - poorly designed
truly disappointed in the 2007 model. Have been a buyer since inception. I will not buy this ugly, cheapened version.
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We've had 3 Navigtors. Had one since they first came out. Loved them. We were waiting to see the 2007 in person. Wasn't crazy about the exterior when we were shown a picture in the dealership before they came out.
They are in showrooms now and we're extremely disappointed. The wood trim in the interior looks cheap. Hate the redesigned radio area. Loved it much better with the sleek cover. The seats and everything in the inside had a cheap feel to us. We didn't even bother to test drive it, so I can't speak about the ride. Now debating about getting an '06. Can't believe they let this great SUV slide to the bottom of its group....read morehide
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- nice interior
- no fuel saving system, no adaptive cruise control, needs more power for Navigator L
When the Lincoln Navigator was launched in 1998 it was the best full size luxury sport utility on the market. The Navigator has now moved to the bottom of the pack because of Ford Motor Company's lazy nature. Lincoln needs to take the exterior of the original model and the interior of the new model and redesign the Navigator. Features to add standard on one sole model priced from $50,000-55,000 include: hybrid, more powerful engine; rearview camera and navigation system; night vision; adaptive cruise control; heated and cooled rear seats; heated and cooled steering wheel; automatic rear climate controls; collision safety system (closes all windows and tightens seatbelts); and other necessary features for this class. Other areas of improvement include reliability. Enough said. Ford MUST do what I have listed in order to compete with the competition. The Navigator needs to take its number one spot in this segment as it was from 1998 to 2001....read morehide
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