|Pricing||$45,755 - $50,655|
|Drive Types||RWD, 4WD|
|Fuel Economy||13 (city), 18 (highway)|
The Navigator is an upscale version of the Ford Expedition. To make certain the two are never confused, the Lincoln Navigator wears one of the most boldly styled front ends on the market. The upscale interior is finished in leather, wood and satin-nickel finishes. A 14-speaker, 600-watt THX® II audio system should keep most customers awash in bass. Third row seats are can be folded automatically. A power liftgate is available to ease loading and unloading the cargo area. Safety features include Advance-Trac® traction control, RSC® (Roll Stability Control), front side-airbags, and 3-row side-curtain canopy airbags. Standard 18-inch alloy wheels can be replaced with 20-inch chrome-plated wheels. The standard 300-bhp 5.4L V-8 is equipped with a 6-speed automatic. Towing capacity is up to 9,100 lbs.
The Navigator is even flashier for 2007 thanks to a bold new horizontally slatted grille. The restyled and re-engineered Navigator features a redesigned frame and suspension for improved ride and handling. The standard 300-bhp 5.4L V-8 is equipped with a 6-speed automatic. Towing capacity is up to 9,100 lbs.
|Navigator||5.4l V8 (300-bhp)||A6||RWD||$45,755|
|Navigator||5.4l V8 (300-bhp)||A6||4WD||$48,655|
|Navigator Ultimate||5.4l V8 (300-bhp)||A6||RWD||$47,755|
|Navigator Ultimate||5.4l V8 (300-bhp)||A6||4WD||$50,655|