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A used 2007 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate 4X4 has an average retail price of $21,882 and 88,700 miles.
The ultimate Ultimate trim is the one with four-wheel drive. Licoln's Control Trac 4-Wheel-Drive monitors each wheel and sends the appropriate torque response where it's needed to maintain maximum traction. This traditional system has 2H, 4L, and 4H.
The other thing that makes this vehicle The Ultimate is the list of standard equipment. That means heated and cooled front seats, a power moonroof, a premium 600-watt audio system, and a PowerFold third-row seat for three that disappears into the floor with one touch of the button.
The Navigator now uses Lincoln's Quiet Steel technology and other sound-deadening materials for a super-quiet ride. These measures reduce vibration and noise from the large engine.
That would be the 5.4-liter, 300 horsepower, 24-valve Triton V8. It delivers 365 lb.-ft. of torque, but some still think it's insufficient for this big SUV. Regardless of this opinion, the 4x4 equipped with the available trailer tow package can pull 8,800.
The Navigator's transmission is a smooth-shifting and efficient 6-speed automatic that Lincoln claims affords 7% better fuel economy than a 4-speed transmission. A multi-link rear suspension swallows the bumps to help keep the ride plush, but braking can be hairy on such a big rig.
There are several options packages for the Ultimate that aren't made available for the lower-priced trims. These are the Elite Package, the Navigation Entertainment Package, and the Premium Appearance Package.
Among the goodies found within the packages or on their own are 20-inch chrome spoked aluminum wheels, a DVD-based navigation system, a versatile second-row seat that can be configured in various ways, and a power liftgate. An attention-getter that is new this year is the pair of power-deployable running boards that automatically extend when doors are open and retreat when doors are closed.
Because of the Ultimate's hefty curb weight, Lincoln is not required by the EPA to post fuel economy numbers - but it's enough to say that the word economy doesn't apply.
This overview covers the Ultimate 4X4 trim only.
Please see our 2007 Lincoln Navigator Overview for more information.
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