What Changed for Lincoln in 2007
New or Significantly Altered Models
The MKX is an all-new sport wagon based on the Ford Fusion platform. Offered in FWD and AWD, the MKX is powered by a new 3.5L V6 rated at 265 bhp. A six-speed automatic is standard. The interior has two rows of seating for up to 5 passengers.
After just one model year, Ford changes the name of Zephyr to MKZ. The change is due to Lincoln's adoption of a 3-letter naming scheme. The MKZ also features an upgraded powertrain with a 3.5L Duratec 35 V6 and available AWD. The front fascia is subtly updated with a new grille.
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.
The Navigator L is a new model that adds over 14 inches of length and 25 cubic feet additional cargo storage to the standard Navigator. The Navigator L shares its bold styling and all other mechanical underpinnings with the Navigator. The standard 300-bhp 5.4L V-8 is equipped with a 6-speed automatic. Towing capacity is up to 9,100 lbs.