DETROIT -- Lincoln has slashed the prices of its Navigator SUVs an average of $4,100 for 2007, Automotive News has learned. The cuts range from $3,570 to $4,630.
Navigator stickers were reduced an average of $1,245 last October, so 2007 Navigators will be an average of $5,345 cheaper than they were a year earlier.
The luxury SUV now starts at $46,575, including shipping.
Elsewhere, Lincoln Mark LT SUV-pickup models were cut $560 and $1,015 for 2007, the Town Car went up an average of $220 and the Zephyr (now the MKZ) rose $230. An all-wheel-drive version of the MKZ has been added at $31,765, which is $1,875 more than the front-drive car.
All prices include the destination charge: $715 on the MKZ, $820 on the Navigator, $870 on the Town Car and $900 on the Mark LT.
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