2007 Lincoln Town Car Overview

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Trims

Designer Series
Avg. Price: $12,274
Executive
10 national listings
Executive L
7 national listings
Avg. Price: $10,536
Signature
Avg. Price: $10,270
Signature L
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $12,347
Signature Limited
Avg. Price: $10,724

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45 stars

Based on 6 reviews

Very Nice Luxury Car by NewLuxuryLincoln
 — This was a very nice car. It rode well, felt nice and was worth the money for the time we owned it. I'm glad someone else who will enjoy this car hopefully for many years ended up finding and buying... Read More
Great For What We Use It, Road Trips And Chauffering Relatives. by kayeed44
 — Comfort and surprising MPG=22 combined. Mostly 55 mph highway driving. We use this car for traveling, chauffering relatives and going to parties/celebrations. No major mechanical problems, but did ... Read More
Great Car For Long Drives. by Oneton
 — The Lincoln Town Car is a great car. I wish Lincoln had just given it an engine and transmission upgrade to get more horsepower and updated the interior with modern options. I am not interested in any... Read More

2007 Lincoln Town Car Overview

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2007 Lincoln Town Car

The ever-elegant Town Car, which can seat 6 in comfort, lives on as one of a dying breed in an SUV world. America's highways were once a sea of full-sized domestic luxury cars, but because of rising fuel prices and evolving trends, those days are long gone..

Lincoln's version of the land-yacht is available in four trim levels. It's the surviving option for the car buyer who likes spaciousness and plush comfort, yet doesn't want to have to climb into a towering behemoth. This breed of buyer is certainly discerning - and nearly always grey of hair.
Lincoln's legendary ocean-liner of the asphalt boasts best-in-class front and rear hip room, shoulder room, front head room, and trunk space (21 cubic feet). This year there's a new, even longer incarnation, the L trim, which measures in with an additional half-foot of length.
A more important newsflash for 2007 is the introduction of a standard flexible-fuel engine, which lends this land-barge a dose of environmental friendliness. Town Cars with this engine are sold in all states except for the same ones that are non-diesel; those sold in California, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont feature a traditional gasoline-burning engine with the same specs (4.6-liter, single overhead cam V8).
Besides that there are no real changes to report this year, but the following additions were made to the list of standard equipment: dual-zone auto climate control, power-adjustable pedals, door-mounted programmable keyless entry keypad. All but the lowest-price trim get a power open/close trunk lid and available trunk organizer.
Three additional paint colors/finishes bring the total of choices to 16.
Lincoln is proud to note that its Town Car has earned 5 stars in NHTSA frontal crash-testing for the seventh consecutive year. State-of-the-art air bags, ABS, and traction control are all standard, making this a safe vehicle for sure.

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Lincoln Town Car Questions

militarygeorge
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My Info Menu Went Blank After Changing Battery

Car battery shorted out inter, changed out with new batt and now all info menu options blank, I disconnected leads to batt and reconnected still same, I have looked @ all mini fuses under dash and un...

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Dannyusa68
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Hi I Have Post My Car For Sale And I Like To Know How I Can Edit This To Lo...

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Judagar
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Lincoln Town Car

I have found a 2007 Lincoln Town Car with 37100 miles on it. It is in great shape except for the rotors which needs replacing/turning. Is there anything else that should be looked at on a car thi...

79 views with 19 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)
pefco
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My 2007 Lincoln Towncar Deck Lid Release, Door Lock Open & Close Switches D...

My door lock switches and rear deck lid switches don't work. The key fob button do not function. The interior lights don't light when the door is opened. The appilcable fuses are ok. Any suggest...

53 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
Judagar
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Stiff Ride

OK, so i got the car. 2007 Signature. One thing I noticed that the ride is stiffer than my 2003 TC. Is this a common thing or is it something i can have checked out. It has air springs (switch i...

32 views with 9 answers (last answer about a month ago)