2007 Lincoln Navigator Top Comparisons

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2007 Lincoln NavigatorReview
Quincy writes:
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Most Lincoln Navigator, regardless of the year, are pretty good vehicles. Lincolns have always been decent luxury automobiles.

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2007 Lincoln Navigator L 4WDReview
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Dream Car — There are definitely more pros than cons for this vehicle. Love the color, the interior is roomy and comfortable. Couldn't ask for a better family car! I mainly use this car for work and to transport my family to their many sport tournaments.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Smooth ride, lots of room for all my family.

Cons: Cargo space, not very much unless you fold down the third row.

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2007 Lincoln NavigatorReview
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All Around Great, But Lacking "get Up And Go" — Great car. Kinda sluggish. Built like the F-150 its based on. A beastly yet fancy truck. Loved my previous Navigator that was a 2001. It seemed much faster. Even though this car is a little sluggish I would still remcommend it, but you tell people to look at the Ford Expedition first.

Pros: very smooth ride, great interior, and V8 power

Cons: Sluggish

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2007 Lincoln Navigator L 4WDReview
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Excellent Full-sized Family Luxury —

The Lincoln Navigator L is not the car for everyone. It is a perfect car however, for large families looking for a comfortable, luxury SUV. The "L" label stands for Long and places this Navigator in the same size category as The Cadillac Escalade ESV and Yukon XL Denali. For most buyers the extended wheel base, and cavernous storage capacity that comes with it, are largely extraneous, and not worth the hassle of constant 3-point turns and nerve-wracking parking garage maneuverability, but for large families that need a third row and room behind it for luggage, these drawbacks are easy to forgive. When it comes to fit and finish, luxury accessories, and comfort, the Lincoln goes toe-to-toe with the Cadillac and simply outshines the Yukon Denali. Unfortunately, theres only one available engine option, and its a rather underpowered 5.4 liter V8. Towing won't be a problem here, as the Navigator is rated to tow over 9000 lbs, but off the line you'll find yourself at a disadvantage when trying to pull ahead of traffic. Fortunately for Lincoln no one buys a full size luxury SUV to take to the drag strip, and what truly separates the Navigator L from its competitors has less to do with whats under the hood and more to do with whats behind the front seats. Passenger comfort, roominess, and overall functionality in the Navigator L is unrivaled. Even in the 3rd row, full sized, McDonalds loving, Gym hating, Americans will have no problem riding for extended periods of time. Standard power deployable running boards make exit and entry simple, while fold flat 3rd row seats make the conversion from passenger capacity to cargo capacity as simple as pushing a bottom (two buttons actually as the third row is split 60/40). For those people with several children, maybe some car seats and strollers, or just a lot of oversized luggage and a taste for Luxury, the comfort and usability of the Navigator trump the nimbleness of the Escalade and make it a near perfect option for families too stubborn to stoop for a minivan.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Comes standard with tons of goodies, outstanding family functionality, Love it or hate it styling

Cons: Not as powerful as some of its competitors, Love it or hate it styling

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2007 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate 4WDReview
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Great Safe Suv — Drives great, lots of room, luv'd the fact that the back row completely folded down and the auto remote lift gate open and close. Has a Navigation, DVD, Heated and Cool Seats, Moon Roof, New 24" Chrome Wheels, the Ultimate Package w/Tow.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Enjoyed Driving this SUV It drove Great!

Cons: None

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2007 Lincoln Navigator Review
GuruTTN59 says:
Love it!!
vs2007 Ford Expedition Limited 4WD
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2007 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate 4WD Review
vs2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV 4WD
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Family Car Ranked 2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV 4WD worse.
"Both are excellent vehicles. "
Value Ranked 2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV 4WD worse.
"Both are excellent vehicles. "
2007 Lincoln Navigator Luxury RWD Review
jtberry85 says:
Felt cheap compared to the Denali
vs2007 GMC Yukon Denali AWD
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Front Seats Ranked 2007 GMC Yukon Denali AWD better.
"They were softer "
Value Ranked 2007 GMC Yukon Denali AWD better.
"More safety and control features "
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2020 Lincoln Navigator Reviews

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2019 Lincoln Navigator Reviews

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2018 Lincoln Navigator Reviews

Review By geo_walters

Other than an occasionally flakey sync system, this vehicle is mint. Powerful, Nimble for a giant vehicle, spacious, super comfy. 15 mpg around the back roads of MA. Read More

Review By Black_Label_Guy

The Beast! We love it. The ride, interior, space, and exterior are exactly we wanted. Loving the Black Label Chalet Theme. The best Lincoln has to offer. Read More

2017 Lincoln Navigator Reviews

Review By Guru9YSWTR

This is my second Navigator and I love it. My first one was a 2005 and this one is a 2017. Absolutely love it. Low miles and a great cost. Only wish would be a trailer hitch for our camper but that ca... Read More

2016 Lincoln Navigator Reviews

Review By Guru9YSQTQ

Great car, very clean, pristine condition. Has plenty of power, just what we needed for our family with plenty of nice gadgets. We love it. Read More

Review By Guru26RB8

This Lincoln Navigator is a beauty. It, being a Lincoln is always well equipped for everyone. We would compare it to the Cadillac Escalade, however the Lincoln prevails in our opinion. thank you. Read More

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