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2021 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring
Review update: 2021 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring charges up luxury SUV hill

The 2021 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring plug-in hybrid is a luxury three-row crossover SUV that doubles as a mirror. It reflects Lincoln in its present condition, but also forecasts the next iteration of Lincoln while upholding the pillars of Ford’s luxury brand. An electrified 494-hp...Read More»

2021 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring
2022 Lincoln Aviator SUV price cut to $52,090

The 2022 Lincoln Aviator three-row SUV will get a price cut when it arrives in dealers this summer, a Lincoln spokesperson confirmed to The Car Connection on Wednesday. The price of the luxury SUV drops between $105 on base models to more than $1,000 on plug-in hybrid models from the 2021 Aviator...Read More»

2021 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring
Lincoln Aviator joins millions of other vehicles recalled for faulty rearview camera

The 2020-2021 Lincoln Aviator is being recalled for a rearview camera that can not display an image when the SUV is in reverse, Ford announced Friday. The intermittent loss of a video feed to the display screen when the vehicle is in reverse violates Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, though...Read More»

2020 Lincoln Aviator Reserve
Review update: 2020 Lincoln Aviator Reserve poses a flight risk

The question: Could the 2020 Lincoln Aviator Reserve transport five middle-age dads for a long weekend away at Lake Tomfoolery? The luxury three-row SUV could, but only if we left our coolers behind. But lake life goes with coolers like Lincoln land yachts go with 30-way power massaging front...Read More»

2020 Ford Explorer ST  -  First Drive  -  Portland OR, June 2019
What is wrong with the 2020 Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator?

Deliveries of the redesigned 2020 Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator are being hampered by extensive quality control problems which have forced the company to divert thousands of vehicles to secondary facilities for inspection and repair. Ford's corporate office will not comment on the nature of the...Read More»