• (4.7) 25 reviews
  • Available Prices: N/A
  • Body Style: Sedan
  • Combined MPG: 21
  • Engine: 239-hp, 4.6-liter V-8 (regular gas)
  • Drivetrain: Rear-wheel Drive
  • Transmission: 4-speed automatic w/OD
2007 Lincoln Town Car

Our Take on the Latest Model 2007 Lincoln Town Car

What We Don't Like

  • Brake performance
  • Seat support
  • Resale value of some models
  • Price
  • Fuel economy

Notable Features

  • Power adjustable pedals
  • 239-hp, 4.6-liter V-8
  • RWD
  • Three new colors for 2007
  • Body-on-frame construction
  • Formal appearance
  • Regular- or extended-length bodies

2007 Lincoln Town Car Reviews

Vehicle Overview
Lincoln's rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan earned a substantial reworking for the 2003 model year. Flaunting a new stand-up hood ornament, the four-door Town Car's appearance grew noticeably more formal. Changes for 2007 are minimal.

Lincoln offers Signature, Signature Limited, Designer and Signature L trim levels. The Signature L sedan is 6 inches longer than its mates, both overall and in wheelbase length. Three additional series are available for limousine and livery use.

Three new body colors are available for 2007. The Town Car's new wheel selection includes machined-aluminum units with 9, 10 or 12 spokes, as well as an 18-spoke chromed-aluminum wheel. New front crash-severity sensors were installed for 2005, and the front passenger seat got occupant-weight and seat-track-position sensors.


Exterior
The Town Car's formal appearance leads off with a chrome vertical-bar grille that's flanked by quad-beam halogen headlights. A stand-up ornament is mounted at the front of the hood. High-intensity-discharge headlights are optional on uplevel models. Large taillamps bring up the rear.

Standard models are 215.4 inches long overall on a 117.7-inch wheelbase, while the extended-length L sedans measure 221.4 inches long overall with a 123.7-inch wheelbase. All models have 17-inch tires on aluminum wheels. Whitewall tires, two-tone paint and a powered glass moonroof are optional. New colors offered for 2007 are Dark Blue Metallic, Silver Metallic and White Chocolate Clearcoat.


Interior
Programmable adjustable pedals, keyless entry and dual-zone automatic climate control are standard for 2007. Higher trim levels get a power open and close trunk.

Also standard are eight-way power seats for the driver and outboard front passenger, power lumbar support and extended rear parking assist. Heated front seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with wood inserts are standard in the Signature Limited model.

Equipped with a 40/20/40-split front bench seat, the Town Car seats up to six occupants. The seats are trimmed in premium leather. Panels with burl walnut applique decorate the instrument panel and doors, and an elegant analog clock is installed.

Designer sedans feature Provence leather seating surfaces and adjustable rear head restraints. The extended-length Signature L has heated rear seats, a folding rear armrest, remote audio and climate controls, and rear-located controls for the outboard front passenger seat. Lincoln's optional navigation system incorporates THX-Certified audio and a six-CD changer.


Under the Hood
The Town Car's 4.6-liter V-8 develops 239 horsepower and 287 pounds-feet of torque. A four-speed automatic is the sole transmission available. All-speed traction control is standard.

Safety
Dual-stage front airbags, side-impact airbags and antilock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution are standard.

Driving Impressions
The Town Car yields a surprisingly appealing driving experience, offering a secure, confident sensation and good connection with the road.

Town Cars are exceptionally stable on the expressway and especially easy to drive; they deliver a smooth yet controlled ride. The sedan is very quiet, but you can hear the engine. Braking is less pleasing because the pedal may exhibit a long dead spot before the brakes become effective.

Interior space is abundant, and rear legroom in the extended-length L sedan is massive. The seat bottoms are fairly long and well cushioned, but support could be better.


Consumer Reviews

(4.7)

Average based on 25 reviews

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Best car I've owned.

by linc1965 from Virginia Beach, VA on December 3, 2017

Good looking, comfortable, runs and handles extremely well. Only repairs have been routine maintenance. Purchased at 1 year old and only driven by me. I've really enjoyed this car. I have a new F-150 ... Read Full Review

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2007 Lincoln Town Car Safety Ratings

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Recalls

There are currently 3 recalls for this car.


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Service & Repair

Estimated Service & Repair cost: $4,400 per year.

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