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Lincoln Aviator

Lincoln Aviator

The Lincoln was introduced in 2003 as an affordable alternative to the Navigator, Lincoln’s full-size luxury SUV.

the Navigator, the Lincoln Aviator was a four-door sport utility While the larger Navigator a chassis with the Ford the Lincoln Aviator borrowed a from the smaller Ford Despite its smaller dimensions, the featured a 4.6-liter V-8 engine considerable punch with 302 and 300 lb-ft of torque.

A five-speed transmission came standard.

Aviator Origins

Inside, the shared an interior with the Both SUVs featured a center stack trimmed in and wood, and a control panel large brightly-lit analog Three seat rows accommodate either six or seven depending on whether a buyer second row captain’s chairs or a seat.

Early models were in two trims, the Luxury and Premium, and either two-wheel drive or drive configuration. The Luxury was later called the Ultimate. All come standard with and conveniences such as leather dual-zone climate control, and parking assist.

The Premium/Ultimate level added heated and seats and HID headlamps.

By 2005, pared down its offerings to one level that could be with several luxury packages. The Lincoln Aviator was out after 2005.

About the Aviator

The Lincoln Aviator was known as a family-friendly luxury SUV for recreation. A muscular 4.6-liter V-8 and body-on-frame design helped the tow trailers and boats up to 7100 with all-wheel drive and 7300 pounds with the drive version.

Three rows of seats comfortably shuttle up to seven while high-end features as leather upholstery, wood and dual-zone climate control for a plush ride. Compared to SUVs on the market, the Aviator’s dimensions allowed for relatively maneuvering and parking.

Similarly competitors in the midsize SUV class the Mercedes Benz ML500 and BMW X5

Lincoln Aviator Features

produced its last Aviator for the model year. The 2005 Aviator was available in one well-equipped which could be upgraded a large variety of option Power was provided by the same V-8 engine and five-speed automatic that debuted with the Lincoln Aviator.

Standard features included a grille, painted 17-inch wheels, privacy glass, an rear wiper, running three-zone climate control, pedals, rear parking mirrors with turn tilt-adjustable steering wheel cruise and audio controls, and trim in leather, wood, and Safety equipment included anti-lock disc brakes, seat anchors, front and head airbags, traction tire pressure monitoring, and headlamps. A previously optional control system with a stability control feature was standard in 2005.

Upgrading to the Package added a navigation heated and ventilated front a power sunroof, a rear-seat DVD system, xenon headlights, a rack, chrome alloy and a trailer towing package. The Enhancement Moonroof Package the sunroof, heated and cooled seats, roof rack, alloy wheels, and an in-dash CD changer. The Luxury Enhancement Package provided the rear entertainment system, heated and seats, roof rack, alloy wheels, and in-dash CD

Lincoln Aviator

A Jet Black Package updated the with monochromatic black, a spoiler, chrome-tipped exhaust and chrome alloy wheels.

The Lincoln Aviator measured inches in length, 71.9 in height, and 73.9 inches in Cargo capacity was 12.4 feet. The Aviator’s fuel held 22.5 gallons, and fuel economy was 11/17 mpg

The 2005 Lincoln Aviator was in nine exterior colors and two color schemes.

Lincoln Evolution

As with later the 2003 Lincoln Aviator with a 32-valve 4.6-liter V-8 capable of 302 horsepower. The midsize SUV was available in either two-wheel or all-wheel drive.

2003 Aviators came in two trim a base Luxury and Premium

Standard features included upholstery, a third row seat, and leather trim, painted wheels, heated power with turn signals, a steering wheel trimmed in and wood, rear climate and a Class II trailer hitch.

Upgrading to the Premium trim heated and ventilated front a radio with six-disc CD HID headlights, and machined alloy A navigation system was optional.

A Hawk edition package distinctive interior and exterior chrome alloy wheels, and a pressure monitor. Individual on both trims included a and rear seat DVD entertainment

In 2004, Lincoln changed the of its Premium trim to the Ultimate, the differences between the two trim did not change. Two new options debuted: radio availability and a stability system with rollover

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