The 2023 Lincoln Aviator is a three-line, mid-range SUV sold and sold by Lincoln. The Lincoln Aviator 2023 model will come in five trim levels: Standard, Reserve, Black Label, Grand Touring, and Grand Touring Black Label. Standard, Reserve, and Black Label models all use the 3.0-liter V6 engine. The rear wheels are gas-compliant, but all-wheel drive is available and standard for hybrid Aviators.
The cabinet is comfortable and extremely well placed, with many premium touches that make it stand out in the competitive class. Despite any major updates to Aviator, the Audi Q7 is still the preferred choice in this class, but we think Aviator is better than most competitors, including the Land Rover Discovery, Lexus RX 350L, and Cadillac XT6.
2023 Lincoln Aviator : Interior
The interior of Lincoln 2023 Aviator features modern retro-meets-touch, with lots of soft-touch plastics and high ceilings paired with chrome and wood accents. The quality of the construction is very good, and the closet stays quiet at the speed of travel. Lincoln Aviator is equipped with a 10.1-inch touch screen mounted on the dashboard, and is easy to see, accessible, and operate without the slightest hassle. That is partly due to the simple structure of the SYNC 3 menu but also the many buttons and knots in the middle sound stack and climate controls. Aviator offers a few other useful features, including unlocked access via a smartphone app and a two-screen entertainment system for passengers in the back seats. The standard 10-speaker stereo is great, but Revel’s 14- and 28-speaker sound systems can deliver you amazing sound quality.
The Lincoln Aviator is a luxury three-seater SUV with seven seats. A six-seater building is available, and it replaces a second-row bench seat in two captain seats with a central console. The Aviator front seats are attractive and highly adjustable, and they come with adequate headroom and legroom. But the rear seats are smaller, which can create pressure points for wider passengers. The second row is open in the same way and can accommodate adults with a moving room. The third row is very easy to reach, but there is no leg space, and the knee-lifting seat is completely uncomfortable. It should be suitable for young children though. Synthetic leather upholstery, 10-seat front-facing seats, and heated front seats are standard. Adjustable leather seats, 12 or 30-way power-adjustable seats, air-conditioned front and rear seats, second-row heated and ventilated seats, and heated steering wheel.
2023 Lincoln Aviator : Engine
2023 Aviator has two engine options, typical configurations include a 400-horsepower twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine with 400 horsepower, 10-speed automatic transmission, and rear or all-wheel drive. The second configuration is special for Grand Touring trim.
Lincoln Aviator fuel economy estimates have not yet been released, but the same 2021 Aviator gets the EPA rated at 18 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway in its rear-wheel drive, a mid-range luxury midsize SUV. This rate drops to 17/24 mpg on all-wheel-drive models. The plug-in-hybrid Aviator Grand Touring gets a 56 MPG-best fit for city/highway driving when working in EV mode and 23 mpg combined when in hybrid mode.
2023 Lincoln Aviator : Safety
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has awarded Lincoln Aviator 2022 a five-star safety rating. Aviator won five stars in the front and side crash tests and four stars in the rollover crash test. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety did not test the 2023 Aviator at the time of writing. However, the organization has offered the same 2021 model positive ratings across the board. Th 2023 Lincoln Aviator safety features include Adaptive cruise control, Rearview camera, rear parking sensors, emergency braking, Blind-spot monitoring, collision warning, Head-up display, Adaptive headlights, Lane keep assist, Rear cross-traffic alert, Forward collision warning. Pedestrian detection, high-beam headlights, hands-free park assist, road signage detection.