2020 Lincoln Aviator- THE GOOD
The 2020 Lincoln Aviator is quiet inside, goes down the road smoothly, is unexpectedly fleet and comes with a spacious, high-quality interior.
It’s by no means sloppy, but this Lincoln is still is a boulevard-cruiser, not a canyon-carver. Also, the steering and transmission tuning could be improved, plus it’s not necessarily a value.
THE BOTTOM LINE
Lincoln’s reborn Aviator is a compelling and, more importantly, competitive offering in the three-row, luxury-SUV segment.
Price of 2020 Lincoln Aviator – $51,100
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Pay attention. We’re witnessing the rebirth of an automotive brand. After decades without a path or purpose, Lincoln is poised to make a comeback, with the new Aviator three-row utility vehicle taking it to heights unimagined just a few years ago.
This nameplate may not be quite as familiar as Navigator or Continental, but it is one Lincoln has used before. In the early 2000s, Aviator was applied to an upscale, Ford Explorer-based SUV. Today, the automaker is following that same strategy, but with a twist. Instead of featuring traditional, body-on-frame construction, the foundation of Lincoln’s latest and greatest is an unflinchingly rigid unibody platform, Dearborn’s brand-new, rear-wheel-drive CD6 architecture.