2007 Lincoln Navigator Review – Business Week

2007 Lincoln Navigator

Business Week reviews the 2007 Lincoln Navigator and writes – ‘Like GM, Ford is beginning to upgrade its insides. The Ford model line is developing an interior design language across its products but Lincoln, because it is more upscale, looks different. The look is less “industrial” than Ford’s, with an emphasis on a more sophisticated style, including wood veneers and better quality plastics. Is it as nice as a Range Rover’s interior? Not even close—but then the Rover starts at around $76,000, or nearly $20,000 more than a fully loaded Navigator (including the power running boards, rear-seat DVD player and 20-in. chrome hubcaps.) Of course, both Rover and Lincoln are owned by Ford and presumably Ford doesn’t want the two vehicles to compete for the same buyer.’

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Published on April 5, 2007 in Car Reviews

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