Ward’s Auto World magazine voted the 2007 Lincoln MKZ and Lincoln Navigator "Interiors of the Year". In the same day Lincoln received impressive recognition by J.D. Power and Associates in the latest Initial Quality Study (IQS).
Is the second year in a row since Lincoln MKZ was voted "Premium-Priced Car Interior of the Year" and beated luxury cars like Infiniti G35, Lexus LS 460, Jaguar XK and Volvo S80.
The Navigator excelled above tough competition including the Cadillac Escalade, Chrysler Aspen, Nissan Quest and Land Rover LR3.
"Lincoln is distinguishing itself from the competition with exceptional interior design as evidenced by winning two of the three premium vehicle categories for best interiors," said Peter Horbury, Ford’s executive director of Design, The Americas. "These awards showcase our commitment to the design and quality that we’re executing across all of our vehicle lines."