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2005 Lincoln Aviator Review

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Aviator

For 2005, Lincoln's luxury edition of the same basic vehicle that's also available as the Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer is updated with a redesigned chrome grille, new 17-inch, seven-spoke machined aluminum wheels (with chrome-clad and full chrome wheels newly optional) and revamped interior and exterior color choices. What's more, Ford's AdvanceTrak yaw-control system with Roll Stability Control becomes standard this year. A 302-horsepower 4.6-liter V-8 engine drives either the rear- or all four wheels (in 4WD versions) via a five-speed automatic transmission. With exterior and interior styling cues borrowed from its larger sibling, the Navigator, the Aviator likewise comes packed with features, including four-wheel-disc anti-lock brakes with brake assist, side-curtain airbags a CD stereo, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, a garage door opener, power seats, adjustable pedals, heated side mirrors, rear park assist, leather upholstery, and a leather/wood-trimmed steering wheel.

 

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Wednesday, October 14, 2015
2004 Lincoln Aviator 4-Door 2WD Luxury

It looked good but not as durable as hoped...

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First of all, the truck is a gas guzzler. It gets 15 miles per gallon and it only takes premium gas. Also, I've run into so many issues with it. I've listed all the problems below, not counting the usual such... + More »
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