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A used 2007 Lincoln Navigator L has an average retail price of $22,642 and 87,800 miles.
The Navigator just wasn't big enough. Lincoln introduces the new extended-length Navigator L for 2007, alongside Ford's release of the new longer Expedition.
An additional 14.7 inches (12 on the wheelbase) translates into nearly 25 more cubic feet of cargo space. Apparently some new-SUV buyers will find it worth the extra cash - and the extra trouble in parking and otherwise maneuvering this beast.
Under the hood, the 5.4-liter, 300 horsepower Triton V8 delivers 365 lb.-ft. of torque, although many feel that it's inadequate for something of this size. When properly equipped, the 4x2 Navigator L can tow up to about 8,800 pounds
But as big as it is, it's still pretty quiet on the inside. Lincoln added more sound-deadening materials to the current Navigators, which also use Quiet Steel technology to keep that big engine hushed.
The list of standard features on the L trims is the same as it is on the Luxury trims. The highlights are leather seating with power-adjust and position memory (heaters and coolers must be added on), cruise control, an MP3-compatible audio system (with a complimentary 6 months of Sirius Satellite Radio), a wood/leather steering wheel, and pretty wood interior accents.
You can fully load your L 4x2 by opting for the power moonroof, navigation system, rear-seat entertainment system (with 8-inch screens and two sets of wireless headphones), power liftgate, and 20-inch chrome wheels.
This overview covers the L trim only.
Please see our 2007 Lincoln Navigator Overview for more information.
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