Deliberately retrogressive styling touches outside the 2007 Lincoln Navigator carry through inside, only more so. Presumably the thinking goes something like this: re-create the charm and romance of a simpler time, and the glory of Lincoln Continentals and Zephyrs past, updated with the convenience and function of a new millennium.
The 2007 Lincoln Navigator and Navigator L are very large vehicles, with advantages and disadvantages that go with large vehicles. One of the advantages is the view forward from the driver's seat. Very few fellow motorists will be able to obstruct your sight lines when you're driving a Navigator.
In general, the 2007 Navigator looks longer than its predecessors, perhaps lower and even a bit sleeker. The basic shape is clean, if slightly bland. It's mostly sheer, tapered surfaces, consistent across the vehicle, with a chrome strip running below the windows. The profile is tidy for such a big vehicle, almost lean. Our issues with the styling rest in the details.
The 2007 Navigator hits the most important marks for a full-size sport-utility vehicle. It's relatively smooth, quiet and huge both inside and out. While the styling is hard to peg, all models come equipped with lots of safety features and nearly all the luxury bells and whistles. Its base price is lower than most of its competitors, before dealer incentives, and it runs on regular gasoline where nearly all others require premium. Its tow rating is among the highest in the class. Some will find Navigator bland. Those who regularly transport lots of passengers and stuff, and those who tow heavy loads, should find it worthy.
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