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Lincoln's largest rear-drive luxury car carries on for another model year, with the only changes for 2007 being three new exterior colors (Dark Blue Pearl Clearcoat Metallic and Satellilte Silver) and newly standard power-adjustable pedals, a programmable keyless entry pad on the driver's door and dual-zone automatic climate control. As previously, the '07 Town Car is available in Signature, Signature Limited and the long-wheelbase Executive L and Signature L trim levels. The Town Car's main appeal is its super-soft ride, sedate handling and spacious and comfortable interior with sofa-like seating for six adults. Its standard 4.6-liter, V-8 engine generates 239 horsepower and is coupled to a four-speed-automatic transmission. Four-wheel disc anti-lock brakes, 17-inch wheels, front side airbags and traction control are standard, along with a wealth of comfort and convenience features. Options include 18-inch wheels, a power moonroof, high-intensity-discharge headlamps, a CD changer and a navigation system that incorporates a THX-certified audio array and satellite radio compatibility.


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