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2007 Lincoln Town Car

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2007 Lincoln Town Car Review

A big American luxury sedan with rear-wheel drive. One of the full-size Japanese or European competitors might serve buyers better.

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The 2007 Lincoln Town Car has a big V-8, a body-on-frame chassis, and a rear-wheel-drive layout, ensuring low maintenance cost. Additionally, it handles and drives in a familiar way for Lincoln customers. It is a perfect candidate for road trips with the family or even as an airport shuttle because of the comfortable and spacious interior. In spite of several redesigns and improvements throughout the years, it maintains a distinct, old school look and feel. For some buyers, this is a clear selling point that attracts many repeat sales. However, others might opt for the more modern packages, which offer similar levels of luxury, features that are high-tech, a modern style, and exclusive driving dynamics. For an elegant luxury sedan experience with an enormous amount of style, this is a good choice for drivers that long for the good old days.

The Range

Body Styles: luxury sedan
Engines: 4.6-liter V-8
Transmissions: four-speed automatic
Models: Lincoln Town Car Signature, Lincoln Town Car Signature Limited, Lincoln Town Car Designer Series, Lincoln Town Car Signature L

What's New

The 2007 Lincoln Town Car has not changed significantly from last year’s version. A new power trunk open-close system was added as a standard feature to the Designer, Signature Limited, and Signature L models, along with some new paint colors.


The 2007 Lincoln Town Car has a very luxurious look and comes in a variety of colors to personalize to any taste. The models include the Signature, the Signature Limited, the Designer, and the Signature L. The L stands for long-wheelbase and comes with a six-inch wheelbase. The standard 17-inch polished alloy wheels come on all models except the Designer, which has the chrome alloy 17-inch wheels. All models are enhanced with a rear defogger, intermittent wipers, and a sophisticated-looking chrome grille. Optional items that can be added are HID headlights, a moon roof, and chrome wheels for the models that do not already include them.


First and foremost, the 2007 Lincoln Town Car is big. With its generous interior and a massive trunk size of 20.6 cubic feet, its main goal is transporting passengers quietly and comfortably to their destinations. Buyers may want to choose the L version that has 47 inches of legroom, much like a limo. The luxury sedan is equipped with such standard features as climate control, power front seats, leather upholstery, power-adjustable pedals, automatic headlamps, a CD player, and an analog clock that adds a finishing touch to the Signature models. Upping to the next level of Signature Limited will add driver seat memory, heated front seats, an upgraded audio system, a steering wheel with wood and leather, and an interesting key fob that opens and closes the trunk. The Designer model has leather seating in the Provence style, two-tone panels in the doors, adjustable rear headrests, and additional chrome trim.

Performance & Handling

The 2007 Lincoln Town Car is powered with a 4.6-liter, V-8 engine that can generate an excellent 239 horsepower (hp) and is matched with an automatic four-speed transmission sending power towards the rear wheels. The power of the V-8 is sufficient enough for passing, freeway cruising, and highway travel. It is an excellent entry into the luxury sedan category and can transport several passengers comfortably.


The safety features on the 2007 Lincoln Town Car are numerous. Although the stability control system is not available, the traction control comes as a standard feature on the models. Curtain airbags are not available for either of the back rows, but are standard for the front seats. The NHTSA awarded this vehicle an impressive five-star rating for crash tests, and the IIHS gave the rating of ""good."" Both are the highest possible ratings.

EPA Fuel Economy

Lincoln Town Car: 15/23 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Spacious Interior
  • Reasonable price
  • Comfortable ride

You Won't Like

  • More modern competitors
  • Livery look

Sum Up

A big American luxury sedan with rear-wheel drive. One of the full-size Japanese or European competitors might serve buyers better.

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