Lincoln Aviator – Overview – CarGurus

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Lincoln Aviator

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About the Aviator

Lincoln Aviator

There’s no Flubber involved, no nickname included. That’s of course, the Lincoln Aviator really fly. In reality, a midsize luxury SUV that its body-on-frame platform from the Explorer and its luxury trappings and styling from the Lincoln

From outward appearances, the is just a shrunken Navigator, it more appealing to childless who want the cargo space, rows of seating, towing and AWD capability available in larger

Introduced in 2003 as a more alternative to the beefier Navigator, the Aviator was available in Luxury and trims, with either or automatic all-wheel drive. It had a standard engine than the – a 4.6-liter V8 and a 5-speed tuned for 302-hp and 300 ft-lbs of Creature comforts abounded, heated leather seats, everything (including pedals), and a of standard and optional safety

The Premium trim added the heated and cooled seats, and options available included a navigation system, and DVD player.

its three-year lifespan, the Premium became the Ultimate and then was and offered only as an option Traction control with protection became standard in Though not equipped for off-roading, as it low-range gearing, the all-wheel system provided extra in rough climates or tricky situations.

The Aviator could be configured to either six or seven, though a complaint was that the third row little legroom.

The Aviator was to appeal to drivers looking for a SUV who didn’t need the space or of the sometimes unwieldy Navigator. towing power and easy rated high with Sales never amounted to however, perhaps because its list didn’t differ from those of the less Explorer and Mountaineer and its overall wasn’t distinct enough its bigger brother.

Low fuel economy and a hefty did not help its cause. Gone 2005, rumors of a revised crossover Aviator for 2007 quashed with the release of the MKX. This new crossover only a V6, however, and plans for a Aviator-like crossover are still in the

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