2007 Lincoln Navigator

The Lincoln Navigator is a true luxury machine with pop-culture clout. Lincoln has long been known as a maker of premier autos, and the Navigator was no different. Further brought to the forefront thanks to hip-hop cultural references, the 2007 Lincoln Navigator is not your average daily driver. With top-of-the-line improvements and a high-class touch throughout, the Navigator has been highly sought after after hitting the market.

Stepping into the realm of luxury SUVs, the 2007 Lincoln Navigator made an indelible mark with its captivating blend of opulence and functionality. Unveiled as a refined and upscale iteration of its predecessor, this full-size SUV captured the hearts of both families seeking comfort and adventurers yearning for exploration. From its imposing exterior design to its lavish interior, the 2007 Navigator exuded elegance at every turn. In this blog post, we take a nostalgic journey back in time to explore the timeless allure and innovative features that solidified the Lincoln Navigator’s status as a revered icon in the automotive world.

The main focus of the company while manufacturing the Lincoln Navigator was to provide premium quality and luxury. This version of the Navigator had an improved rear and front suspension. Other changes in the 2007 Lincoln Navigator included thick brake rotors and larger brake calipers, which shortened the stopping distance when the brakes were applied.

Overview of the car

Performance and Fuel Economy

Manufactured by Ford, the 2007 Lincoln Navigator is termed the “best-handling Navigator ever” by the Lincoln Company due to the company’s effort into the vehicle to make it better than its predecessors.

2007 Lincoln Navigator

The engine specifications of the 2007 Navigator include a Triton 5.4-liter V8 engine, which is combined with a six-speed automatic transmission. This engine can produce around 310 horsepower and a torque of 365 lb-ft. This car can go from 0 to 60 mph in approximately 8.2 seconds.

Quiet interior, ample power, handsome styling

The interior of the Navigator was made to provide comfort and luxury. For that, the center console, door panels, and the vehicle’s dashboard were covered with premium-looking wood trim alongside an analog clock mounted right at the center of the dashboard.

The vehicle has an independent rear suspension. The ride is very smooth, keeping in mind the size of the Navigator. The cabin of the Navigator is very quiet, where the seats are made comfortable and wide. The central controls and gauges are easy to read and easy to use.

Safety features of the vehicle             

If we discuss the safety features provided in the 2007 Lincoln Navigator, the large SUV got five stars for side and frontal impacts.

The major safety standard features offered in the 2007 Lincoln Navigator included:

  • Stability and traction control
  • ABS
  • Side airbags at the front
  • Trailer sway control
  • Post-crash alert system
  • Three-row curtain airbags

Owner’s Manual

The owner’s manual of the 2007 Lincoln Navigator manual is made for the vehicle owners to make sure that they encounter no issues while using and operating the vehicle. The owner’s manual contains all the relevant information from which the owner can learn about all the car’s features to use the car at full potential. The Lincoln Navigator Owner’s Manual was originally found in the glove box of the vehicle and are also available to purchase.

The contents of the owner’s manual include the following:

  • Instrument Cluster
  • Entertainment systems
  • Climate Controls
  • Lights
  • Driving Controls
  • Locks and Security
  • Seating and Safety Restraints
  • Tires, wheels, and Loading
  • Driving
  • Roadside Emergencies
  • Customer Assistance

Specification

  • Height: 78.3 in
  • Length: 208.4 in
  • Width: 78.8 in 
  • Curb weight: 5872 lb.
  • Passenger volume: 110 ft3
  • Trunk volume: 12.8

Engine type: Gas V8, 5.4L

Vehicle type: rear-wheel-drive, 4-door sedan, 7-passenger, front-engine

Fuel Capacity / Gas Tank Size: 28.0 gal.

 C/D TEST RESULTS:

  • Zero to 60 mph: Less than 9 seconds.