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A used 2007 Lincoln Navigator Luxury 4X4 has an average retail price of $22,541 and 88,000 miles.
Four-wheel drive is sort of a luxury in itself, isn't it? So, then, the Lincoln Navigator Luxury 4x4 must be a double treat.
Take the impressive list of features from the Luxury 4x2 and add Control Trac 4-Wheel-Drive or Automatic 4-Wheel-Drive, which sends the appropriate torque response to the wheel that needs it to keep traction at the max. The traditional system has 2H, 4L, and 4H.
The roomy Navigator fits seven passengers comfortably and affords up to 103.3 cubic feet of cargo space. The first and second rows each have a center console, and there is an optional overhead console with integrated lights. The third-row seat folds flat into the floor to create a cargo surface.
The Ford Expedition-based Navigator has a 5.4-liter, 300 horsepower Triton 24-valve V8 that delivers 365 lb.-ft. of torque - which still may not be enough for its size. When properly equipped, the 4x4 can pull a maximum of 8,800 pounds.
The standard Personal Safety System found on the Navigator consists of dual-stage air bags and seat-mounted air bags in the front row, three-point belts with pretensioners, and a shock-absorbing steering column. There's also the Safety Canopy, wherein all three rows get outboard side-curtain air bags with rollover sensors; the Navigator is the first full-sized luxury SUV to offer this.
Also standard is Lincoln's AdvanceTrac, an electronic stability program that comes with Roll Stability Control, which senses vehicle roll and prompts the engine and brakes to respond as needed to maintain each wheel's optimum grip.
For security, there's the remote keyless entry with panic alarm that flashes the lights and sounds the horn; it also has a coded key with which the engine cannot be started. A keypad on driver's door also allows entry.
Options available on the Luxury 4x4 include a power moonroof, 20-inch chrome wheels, and a rear-seat DVD entertainment system with a centered 8-inch screen and two sets of wireless headphones.
This overview covers the Luxury 4X4 trim only.
Please see our 2007 Lincoln Navigator Overview for more information.
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