2021 Lincoln Aviator

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2021 Lincoln Aviator Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: March 23, 2021

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The 2021 Lincoln Aviator is a carryover model from 2020 and has the same specs as well. Available for sale at a starting MSRP of $51,100, there are three trims on offer- Standard, Reserve, and Black Label. An additional $1,095 is levied on top as destination fees. It is powered by a 3.0L twin-turbo V6 that churns out 400 hp. The changes for this year involve the introduction of three new colors- Asher Gray, Ocean Drive Blue, and Flight Blue and a new Monochromatic Reserve Package.


2021 Lincoln Aviator

The interior is laid out luxuriously with 3 rows of seating and 18.3 cu-ft of cargo space in the back. While buying an older model is a viable option for the price-conscious people, leasing it also cost effective. To lease it for 36 months with an annual mileage cap of 10,500 miles, you will have to pay $5,220 as downpayment. Then you will just have to pay $561/month, and have the option to buy it at the end of the lease period. Currently it competes against the likes of  Audi Q7, Volvo XC90, and Cadillac XT6.

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Powerful and Responsive engine

Spacious and well built cabin

Maximum Tow Capacity in the segment


Low fuel efficiency

Expensive options

What's New?

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator is a carry forward version to the 2020 iteration.

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vehicle bio

base price



4dr SUV

passenger capacity


top speed

145 mph


rear wheel drive

engine type




400 hp @ 5500 rpm


415 lb.-ft.. @ 3000 rpm


10-speed Automatic


suspension front

Independent front strut suspension w/anti-roll bar

brake rotors (f/r)




119.1 in.


199.3 in.


82.3 in.


69.6 in.

curb weight

4774 lbs.


passenger volume

144.7 cu ft.

cargo volume

77.7 cu ft.

maximum towing capacity



zero to 60 mph

5.4 sec.

standing 1/4-mile


braking (70-0 mph)

119 ft.


basic warranty

4 yr./ 50000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

6 yr./ 70000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr./ unlimited mi.

roadside assistance


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Base $51,100 onwards

400 hp @ 5500 rpm | 3 L | V-6 | Premium unleaded

  • 19" Machined w/Painted Accents Aluminum Wheels
  • 2 - 1st Row LCD Monitor
  • 3 Zone Automatic Climate Control
  • 50-50 Split-Bench 3rd Row Seats
  • ABS and driveline Traction Control
  • Driver and Front Passenger Heated-Cushion, Seatback
  • Driver Lumbar Support
  • Front Air Conditioning, Dual Zone Automatic
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Heated Mirrors
  • Heated Steering Wheel
  • Keyfob (all doors) Remote Keyless Entry
  • Lincoln Soft Touch Leatherette Seat Trim
  • Rain-Sensing Windshield Wipers
  • Rear Air Conditioning w/ Separate Controls
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite, Seek-Scan Radio

Reserve $56,940 onwards

400 hp @ 5500 rpm | 3 L | V-6 | Premium unleaded

  • 20" Machined w/Painted Accents Aluminum Wheels
  • AM/FM radio
  • Front Fog/Driving Lights
  • Lane-Keeping Assistance
  • Leather Seat trim
  • Lincoln driver modes
  • Navigation System
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite, Seek-Scan Radio
  • Sliding and tilting glass Sunroof

Black Label $78,695 onwards

400 hp @ 5500 rpm | 3 L | V-6 | Premium unleaded

  • 38-gallon gas tank
  • Hands Free Power Liftgate
  • LED Fog Lamps
  • Lockable Glovebox
  • Remote Start
  • Savannah leather Seat trim
  • Two 120-volt 400-watt power outlets

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Colors and Styles

2021 Lincoln Aviator in Blue Diamond Metallic color 2021 Lincoln Aviator in Burgundy Velvet Metallic Tinted Clearcoat color 2021 Lincoln Aviator in Ceramic Pearl Metallic Tri Coat color
Blue Diamond Metallic

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Overall Rating

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator does not try to meddle with the winning streak it is on and retains the same specs from its generational change in 2020. Offered in 3 trims, there is an Aviator for everyone out there. Available for sale since Fall 2020 with varying levels of luxury, the prices begin from $51,100. Thanks to the 400 hp 3.0L twin-turbo V6, there is no shortage of power on tap either which is put on the rear wheels by a 10-speed automatic transmission. Step inside the cabin and you will get leather upholstery all around with wood or aluminum inlays depending on the options.

A 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system is also standard fitment for the 50 grand price tag. Despite being a luxury ride, the true cost to own for 5 years will fall around $76,000 because of the heavy depreciation in the first year. If you plan to hold on to it for the long term, then you will get about 5.3 miles per dollar you spend on it. On the flip side, you will be incurring a cost of 18.7 cents per mile that you drive it around. Despite the costs of ownership that might seem high, the 2021 Aviator will have a good return on investment since it's a fairly reliable vehicle and comes backed with an ample warranty.

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2021 Lincoln Aviator Pricing and Features


The new Lincoln Aviator is a legitimate luxury SUV, with strong performance to back it up.- MotorTrend

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator comes in five trim options: Standard, Reserve, and Black Label. Lincoln equips all the trims of the Aviator with the latest features, luxurious interior, similarly bold and beautiful exterior design, and all the safety features and assists as standard. The Standard trim, priced at $51,000 comes with plenty of interior features and all the safety features and driver assists as standard with the three-zone climate control, 10-way power-adjustable seats, and cruise control. 

The Reserve trim comes next at $56,950 which gets a 14-speaker surround system, Lincoln Play, four-zone climate control, and volume control for rear seat speakers. The Black Label trim adds luxury to the Grand Touring trim at $78,695 and bundles 30-way power-seats, adaptive headlamps, Adaptive cruise control, and a 28-speaker premium surround sound system from Revel Ultima.




Black Label





Key Features

Pre- and post-collision safety system

Adds to Standard features

Adds to Grand Touring features


Blind-spot monitoring w/Lane departure warnings

14-speaker Revel premium surround audio

Adaptive headlights


10 speaker audio system

Four-zone climate control

14-speaker Revel Ultima 3D surround audio


Cruise control

Rear volume controls

Adaptive cruise control


10-way power front seats w/adjustable lumbar support

Front, side, and rear-view camera

Multi-level heated rear seats


Three-zone climate control

Lincoln Play

30-way power front seats w/adjustable lumbar support



Reclining Rear seats

Adaptive headlights

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2021 Lincoln Aviator Buying Advice


From the available trim levels, the Reserve trim with a sticker price of $57,110 is the perfect value for money option to jump on the Aviator bandwagon. It comes with the majority of the upscale features of the moniker and yet does not climb too much in terms of price. But if money is no object and you want the absolute best of the 2021 Aviator has to offer, then the Black Label trim priced at $78,865 is the one to pick.

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2021 Lincoln Aviator Engine and Performance


The Lincoln Aviator's 400-hp twin-turbo V-6 is among the most powerful standard engines in the mid-size luxury SUV segment.- CarAndDriver

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator gets a class-leading 3.0L Twin-turbocharged V6 engine that produces 400hp and 415 lb-ft of torque, making the Aviator the most powerful mid-size SUV in the segment. The V6 in the Aviator is coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission, making the driving experience seamless. The 3.0L V6 monster under the hood of the 2021 Lincoln Aviator makes the power delivery smooth. The gears can be shifted via paddle shifters or by Piano key shifters that display the gears in a horizontal layout rather than a traditional shift pattern, unique to the Lincoln brand vehicles.

2021 Lincoln Aviator SUV has 3.0-liter turbo V6 Engine

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator comes with an option of RWD or AWD in the lower trims, while the Grand Touring and above trims come with AWD as standard. The Grand Tour and the rest of the above trims also come with an additional 100hp electric motor with a 13.6Kwh battery, totaling the horsepower in the Aviator to 492hp. The 2021 Lincoln Aviator can go from 0-60 mph in just 5.4 seconds, which is way faster than the other rivals in the segment. The quarter-mile takes 13.7 seconds as you are thrust back into the seats.

2021 Lincoln Aviator SUV Accelerate 0-60 MPH in 5.4 sec

The Aviator is capable of delivering a class-leading tow capacity of 7,000 pounds, meaning towing your boat to the lake is not a problem for this speedboat. The 2021 Lincoln Aviator gets 13.6-inch brake rotors in the front and 13.8-inch rotors in the rear. These massive brakes and an unconventional setup can bring the Aviator to a dead stop, from 60 mph in a mere distance of 119 ft. Considering that the Aviator has a curb weight of almost 4,800 lbs, the brakes are very efficient. 


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2021 Audi Q7

2021 Volvo XC90

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3.0L Naturally Aspirated V6

2.0L Turbocharged Inline-4

2.0L Turbocharged Inline-4

3.6L Naturally Aspirated V6







10-speed shiftable automatic

8-speed shiftable automatic

8-speed automatic

9-speed shiftable automatic


400 hp @ 5,500 rpm

248 hp @ 5,000 rpm

250 hp @ 5,500 rpm

310 hp @ 6,700 rpm


415 lb-ft @ 3,000 rpm

273 lb-ft @ 1,600 rpm

258 lb-ft @ 1,500 rpm

271 lb-ft @ 5,000 rpm

0-60 MPH 5.4 sec 7.1 sec 7.5 sec 6.9 sec
Quarter Mile 13.7 sec 15.6 sec 14.5 sec 14.8 sec
Top Speed 140 MPH 145 MPH 140 MPH 144 mph

Compared to the rivals, the Lincoln Aviator outperforms the segment in terms of power by some great margin. Thanks to this burst of power it also takes first place in the 0-60 mph and quarter-mile drag. The Cadillac XT6 takes second place on paper and the 0-60 mph. The Audi Q7 has the least amount of power but actually manages to find itself in third place in terms of accelerating to 60 mph. The Volvo XC90 takes some time to find its groove but quickly picks up the pace to reach second place in the quarter-mile from not placing altogether in the 0-60 mph drag.

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2021 Lincoln Aviator Fuel Economy


 The massive engine of the 2021 Lincoln Aviator does make a compromise with the fuel efficiency. In the city driving conditions, the Aviator does about 18 MPG and on the freeways, it bumps up to 26 MPG. This grants the 2021 Aviator a combined mileage of 21 MPG. Though these figures are not respectable by any standard, they are enough to get the job done.

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator offers mediocre MPG figures

Clubbed to a 20.2-gallon fuel tank, the 2021 Lincoln Aviator offers an overall combined driving range of 424 miles. At its best on the highways, the driving range stands at 525 miles. If you just love the Aviator and want better MPG figures, then the best option would be to spring for the Grand Touring models, i.e., Aviator Hybrid which offers 23 MPG combined.

Models 2021 Lincoln Aviator  2021 Audi Q7 2021 Volvo XC90 2021 Cadillac XT6

MPG (City)





MPG (Highway)





MPG (Combined)





Fuel Capacity

20.2 gallons

22.5 gallons

18.8 gallons

19.0 gallons

Range (City/Highway/Combined) (miles)

363 / 525 / 424

427.5 / 562.5 / 472.5 

394 / 564 / 470

342 / 475 / 380

As compared to the rivals, the Volvo XC90 proves to be the most fuel efficient in the segment, with a combined efficiency of 25 mpg. The Audi Q7 takes up the second place on account of the biggest fuel tank and better city MPG figures. The Lincoln Aviator is out in third place while the Cadillac XT6 is out biting the dust with lowest MPG figures.

2021 Lincoln Aviator Interior


Luxurious touches like real metal accents or wood trim help endow the Lincoln’s cabin with a sense of opulence.- Cars.USNews

The interior of the 2021 Lincoln Aviator follows the lineup of its $100,000 brother, the Lincoln Navigator. The interior feels premium and luxurious. The front seats take the comfort game a step further with their 30-way Power adjustments integrated into the seats and can be altered via the infotainment screen. The leg, shoulder, and head room are ample enough for tall passengers but the third-row feels a little more cramped and is nothing out of the ordinary. Both the front and second-row seats come with massage functions. 

2021 Lincoln Aviator Interior

A lot of the functionality is integrated into the infotainment screen. Even the warning chimes and different sounds are specially created for the Lincoln to differentiate it from other Ford Products. The Aviator also comes with heated seats and steering wheel. It is also fitted with ambient lighting which can be controlled via the infotainment screen and changes its color to red when a door is open. The cabin of the Aviator is also loaded with Four-way climate control with second-row as captain chairs.


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2021 Audi Q7

2021 Volvo XC90

2021 Cadillac XT6

Seating Capacity





First Row (Headroom/Shoulder Room/Legroom) (in)

40.3 / 61.5 / 43.0

39.9 / 59.5 / 41.7

38.9 / 57.7 / 40.9

39.8 / 58.3 / 41.2

Second Row (Headroom/Shoulder Room/Legroom) (in)

39.7 / 61.3 / 39.0

38.8 / 58.5 / 38.8

38.5 / 56.5 / 37.0

39.1 / 57.4 / 39.1

Third Row (Headroom/Shoulder Room/Legroom) (in) 36.9 / 54.0 / 29.2 35.9 / 49.4 / 29.2   / 46.2 / 31.9 37.2 / 53.5 / 29.5

Cargo Capacity (cu-ft)





The Lincoln Aviator comes with the maximum space and is only faced with a tough challenge by the Volvo XC90 for third-row seats. The Audi Q7 matches the Lincoln in all other rows with the Caddy XT6 coming in next. To keep things interesting while traveling, the 2021 Lincoln Aviator gets a 10.1 touchscreen infotainment screen as standard fitment. Depending on the trim level, you get two different sound systems. The Standard trim gets a Lincoln Premium Sound System. The other two trims come with a 14-speaker Revel Sound System that has brilliant acoustics.

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator has a 10.1-inch Infotainment Screen

The infotainment system is running the SYNC 3 with a custom Lincoln skin with a crisp UI. The system is intuitive and understands your preferences over time and gives them as recommendations later when you enter the vehicle. It also comes with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa as standard. Besides these Bluetooth and 4G LTE WiFi Hotspot are also provided as standard. The Hotspot can be accessed to up to a distance of 50 feet from the car. The other notable features of the interior and infotainment system of the 2021 Aviator are:

  • Symphonic Chimes and Ambient Lighting
  • Tri-zone Climate Controls with High-Efficiency Particulate Filter
  • Heated Steering Wheel and First-Row Seats
  • Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start
  • Multifunction Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel
  • Power Tilt/Telescopic Steering Column with Memory Feature
  • Remote Start System
  • Panoramic Vista Roof with Power Sunshade
  • 10-Way Power adjustable front seats power adjustability with driver-side memory
  • 10.1-inch LCD Touchscreen Center Stack Display
  • Revel Audio System with 14-speakers 
  • Lincoln Connect 4G LTE Embedded Modem
  • Voice-Activated Navigation with SiriusXM Traffic 
  • Lincoln+Alexa, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto
  • SiriusXM and HD Radio Technology
  • SYNC 3
  • Bluetooth

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2021 Lincoln Aviator Exterior


When did Lincolns become so... sultry? The Aviator perfectly executes the "less is more" design strategy.- CarBuzz

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator carries perfect proportions and beautiful body lines. The chrome grills, Black stingers and Bright chrome jewels add to the premium look of the Aviator. The 2021 Aviator also gets three new colour options and new options of 21” and 22”-inch 12-spoke wheels. The Reserve trim and above also gets a Panoramic sunroof and soft-close doors.

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The front fascia looks stunning with uplifted looks and comes with full led-headlamps and Lincoln crown jewel LED. Moving to the back, it looks clean and simple as it should, the Aviator gets full-LED taillights with a sleek LED strip joining both. All the trims get two sets of dual-tip exhaust pipes adding to the sporty look of the car and you also get hands-free liftgate.


2021 Lincoln Aviator

2020 Audi Q7

2020 Volvo XC90

2020 Cadillac XT6

Curb weight

4,764 lbs

4,729 lbs

4,394 lbs

4,441 lbs
















Ground clearance










Compared to other SUVs in the segment, Aviator is the longest and widest in length and one of the heaviest too. The Aviator also provides the widest wheelbase and ride height. The Aviator offers a ground clearance of 8.6” inches and the car automatically lowers as you walk toward it by 2” inches to keep it comfortable for you to get in and increases its ride height as soon as you start the engine.

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2021 Lincoln Aviator Safety


In terms of safety, the 2021 Lincoln Aviator absolutely sets the precedent for its competitors. The 2021 Lincoln Aviator comes with a perfect safety rating of 5-stars from the NHTSA. The IIHS has granted the ride an overall rating of "Good". It is also worth noting that it was the 2020 Top Safety Pick by the IIHS for its category.

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator comes with a lot of safety features

All of these accolades have been possible because of the spectacular and top of the line safety features that it comes with. From active safety features to secondary driver assistance features, the ride does not leave any stone unturned to keep the occupants safe for the price it asks. The following are the notable safety features of the 2021 Lincoln Aviator:

  • SOS Post-Crash Alert System
  • Pre-Collision Assist
  • Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB)
  • BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) With Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Reverse Brake Assist
  • Lane-Keeping System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Evasive Steering Assist
  • Traffic Jam Assist 
  • Lane Centering
  • Speed Sign Recognition
  • Active Park Assist Plus
  • Pedestrian Detection
  • Dual Stage SRS Airbags
  • Belt-Minder for All Seating Positions
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System

2021 Lincoln Aviator Competition

2021 Lincoln Aviator Vs 2021 Audi Q7

In terms of Exterior, the 2021 Audi Q7 reflects a corporate and aggressive look while the Aviator gets more swoopy curves and lines. This grants it a more premium feel for a slightly higher price tag. The Audi features a much more featured and modern cabin space while the Lincoln focuses on pure luxury. The only thing we found better in the Audi than the Lincoln was the driving feel and response that the Audi gives while the Steering response on the Lincoln feels a little numb due to all electronic gadgets under its hood. Still, the Aviator outrights the Audi in its game with sheer power under the hood and a much more aggressive throttle response and a bang for the buck build.

2021 Audi Q7

2021 Lincoln Aviator Vs 2021 Volvo XC90

Though looks are subjective, the Scandinavian flair of the 2021 Volvo XC90 does look subtle and better than the bold looks of the Lincoln Aviator. The Volvo also offers three powertrain options including a Hybrid one, and also focuses on safety. The interior comes with a better infotainment system and is more spacious in the third row. That being said, the 2021 Lincoln Aviator offers more power, a far more luxurious cabin that is also comfortable and thus presents itself as a much better overall package for the price as compared to the Volvo XC90.

2021 Volvo XC90

2021 Lincoln Aviator Vs 2021 Cadillac XT6

The 2021 Cadillac XT6 might remind you of the 2021 Escalade because of its overall design cues. With eye to luxury from GMC's flagship auto brand, the XT6 also tries to live up to the expectations of the buyers. The only one that is fairly more powerful than the Europeans, the XT6 also offers a great driving experience. In terms of safety, the Caddy is the only one better than the Aviator since it garnered the 2020 Top Safety Pick+ award from the IIHS. Priced only slightly higher than its fellow American, the Cadillac is surely worth buying if you want safety more than luxury.

2021 Cadillac XT6

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2021 Lincoln Aviator Final Verdict


To sum it up and wrap this in a bow, the 2021 Lincoln Aviator is basically the smaller down version of the luxurious Navigator. The Aviator presents a polished turbocharged V-6 powertrain that is the most powerful in its segment. With the most focus on the luxury of the interior and also on curb appeal, it forms the perfect value for money package for its asking prices.

Hence, if you are on the market for a powerful and upscale high rider, then the 2021 Lincoln Aviator just might be the one that can carry the weight of your expectations and actually fulfill them amply.

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2021 Lincoln Aviator Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What platform is Lincoln Aviator based on?

The current generation of the Lincoln Aviator is underpinned by Ford's U1 platform. This body-on-frame chassis is shared by Ford Explorer.

When will the 2021 Lincoln Aviator be in showrooms?

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator has now been released and is now available at your nearest Lincoln Dealerships.

Does 2021 Lincoln Aviator require premium gas?

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator's engine is a capable and efficient motor. It runs on regular gas with an octane rating of 87 or higher. But for better performance, you can switch to premium gas with an octane rating of at least 91.

What is the 2021 Lincoln Aviator towing capacity?

The Lincoln Aviator has an optional Tow Package. When set in Tow mode, together with that package the Lincoln Aviator can tow up to 6,700 pounds.

What are the colors offered with the 2021 Lincoln Aviator?

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator is offered with a choice of 10 exterior colors - Ocean Drive Blue, Asher Gray, Iced Mocha, Pristine White, Red Carpet, Silver Radiance, Ceramic Pearl, Burgundy Velvet, Infinite Black, and Flight Blue.

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Car Rating


based on 46 ratings

8.8/10 Features
8.5/10 Interiors
8.7/10 Design
8.5/10 Safety
8.5/10 Reliability
8.6/10 Deal Value


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2021 Lincoln Aviator Overall Reviews


Richard I. Herrera

2021 Lincoln Aviator

Black Label 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 10A)


User Overall Rating

Posted On: April 3, 2021


Pros - Beautiful and comfortable interior, power seats, the best infotainment I have used

Cons - Nothing

Lincoln has nailed it I know Lincoln has been doing wonderfully in recent years but there is always a risk in buying an unproven SUV like Navigator. I wanted to wait sometime before I bought it but I just couldn’t wait any longer. Bought it. Now that I have it and I start to see the flaws a little by little. The flaw might be a big word for the situation but let’s see what I’m talking about and you can judge it yourself. Gas mileage is not the best. I made the choice and you can decide for yourself. Other than that Best SUV I have ever owned or driven for that matter.

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Ronald S. Matson

2021 Lincoln Aviator

Reserve 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 10A)


User Overall Rating

Posted On: April 3, 2021

Lincoln Aviator

Pros - Good performance, economical, safe

Cons - Little noisy, seats could have been better, outward visibility

Okay Aviator has the best interior of any vehicle I have driven. The comfort is just beyond anything that I ever sat in. The seats look great, feel great, and are 8 -way adjustable. Even though it has three rows it still doesn’t feel congested and has plenty of legroom not only at the front but all the rows. Plus, the design is really good. It looks exceptional from every angle and I think it is the best-looking SUV at least in its price segment. The only thing which could have been a little better was if there was a chrome grille and not a blacked-out one. Not everybody loves black. It looks good but if you aks me chrome would have been better.

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Kimberly N. Callaghan

2021 Lincoln Aviator

Reserve 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 10A)


User Overall Rating

Posted On: March 31, 2021

Aviator proving it's mettle

Pros - 1) Driving dynamics, 2) Smooth and timed tranmission shifts,

Cons - None

It constitutes 20 inch bright machined aluminum wheels with magnetic painted pockets, 360 degree camera with front and rear camera wash, 14 speaker Revel Audio system, first and second row premium leather micro-perforated seating. Dynamic driving with supple handling plus steering, and smooth timed transitions of the transmission, plus a good ride quality makes the ride perfect. Starting at $56,940, it is nicely priced. Ambient lighting, quad zone climate controls, power tilt/telescoping steering column with memory feature, wireless charging pad, 360 degree camera, and 14 speaker Revel audio system are highlights of the interior. The long flowing linings and subtle curves plus contours, bold front fascia with a wide mesh grille, 20 inch bright machined aluminum wheels with magnetic painted pockets, and a glistening body make me appreciate the sophisticated styling. It incorporates Blind spot detection with cross traffic alert, 360 degree camera with front and rear camera wash, pre-collision assist with auto emergency braking and pedestrian detection, bunch of advanced airbags, child protection locks, latches, anchors, and safety belts with Belt Minders. It is moderately reliable. It has proved it's mettle in everything I expected of it. They provide quick service, friendly approach serving an overall excellent experience.

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