The 2020 Lincoln Aviator is a medium-size SUV for sale by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. The 2020 Lincoln Aviator 2020 model is in its second generation Sport Utility Vehicle, which is fitted between the 2020 Lincoln Nautilus and 2020 Lincoln Navigator in size. The 2020 Lincoln Aviator well-rounded reaches the upper part of the luxury segment that midsize the SUV category. The 2020 Aviator is a good choice among luxury midsize SUVs. Available as a USV gas-only or plug-in hybrid, and both are quite powerful.
The Aviator 2020 model delivers the passenger, and its wardrobe is stylish and well built. There are many standard and available technical features, and the Aviator infotainment system is one of the best in the classroom. However, there are some areas where Lincoln is tracking the competition. Although there is an attractive cupboard, some class rivals are much higher than the Aviator and have cushion seats. And while the Aviator is lined up on the road, it is not as short as other luxury SUVs.
2020 Lincoln Aviator Interior
Inside, the large touch screen is easy to read because of its glossy graphics, and the interface is intuitive. In fact, SYNC 3 works well enough that you don’t even feel the need to connect your smartphone with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The sounds are great with two words that come to mind when riding on the Aviator. Although some European competitors from Mercedes, Audi, and Volvo may outsmart this Lincoln comfortably, the Aviator still incorporates a number of high-end features, especially on the Black Label trims. The Lincoln seats seven people in the establishment of its base, or six if you choose second-row captain’s chairs. In the first two rows, the chairs support me. They have a lot of head, and legroom, but they are less crowded, which makes them more comfortable for some people.
The standard features include a tri-zone automatic climate control and SYNC 3 infotainment system, with a 10.1-inch touchscreen, four USB ports, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Wi-Fi hotspot, a sound system for 10 speakers, plus satellite radio. The 5.8-inch second touchscreen with audio and weather controls is also standard. Features available include a panoramic sunroof, quad-zone automatic climate control, wireless charging, Lincoln Telephone as Key, 14-speaker Revel audio system, 28-speaker Revel Ultima audio system 3D, HD Radio, navigation, and two additional USB ports.
2020 Lincoln Aviator Engine
The basic engine on the Aviator is a twin 3.0-liter V6 engine that produces 400 horsepower. That’s enough juice for any driving situation, and this Lincoln makes the combination of highway and passenger look easy. There’s a plug-in-hybrid Powertrain too; Grand Touring models include twin-turbo V6 and electric car. The hybrid is even more powerful, putting out 494 horsepower and an incredible 630 feet of torque. When it comes to fuel economy, this Lincoln gets standard class ratings. It has a four-wheel drive, returning 18 mpg to the city and 26 mpg on the highway. With the all-wheel drive, the ratings drop to 17/14 mpg city/highway. The plug-in hybrid Aviator has an electric range of 21 miles, it returns an average of 56 MPG-equivalent to 23 mpg in city/highway driving combinations.
2020 Lincoln Aviator Safety
The safety includes, the standard driver assistance features include a rearview camera, MyKey, rear parking sensors, location monitoring, traffic alert, collision alert, pedestrian detection, automatic emergency detection, traffic alert, lane maintenance, and sleep monitoring. Some of these items are part of the Lincoln Co-Pilot360 technical suite. The Big Road Safety Insurance Center gave the 2020 Aviator the highest rating of the Best in four crash tests and the second-highest Accreditation rating on the driver side of the previous minor test.
The IIHS has a different standard for measuring safety features that are effective. Aviator has received the highest rating of Superior for its accident-prevention services and pre-selected vehicle. The 2020 Lincoln Aviator Reserve has received the second-highest rating of the Advanced for its high-risk pedestrian safety features, while the models equipped with the Co-Pilot 360 Plus package receive the Superior rating.