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2020 Lincoln Aviator: Everything You Need to Know

2020 Lincoln Aviator

Do you have SUV fatigue? Yep, us too — and it’s no wonder. As automakers continue to ditch sedans and introduce SUVs that fill even the tiniest hole in their lineups, we’re getting bored. But Lincoln’s dazzling new luxury SUV, the Aviator, is putting some spark back in the body style.

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New for 2020, the mid-size SUV is available in both gas-only and plug-in hybrid versions, and it boasts first-rate cabin materials and premium tech features like a 12.3-inch configurable gauge display and a system that allows owners to use their smartphones as a key.

Interested in this stylish, tech-friendly luxury SUV? We’ve driven the Aviator, compared it against rivals and explored pricing, specs and more. Here’s a roundup of our comprehensive coverage, which can tell you everything you need to know about the 2020 Lincoln Aviator:

2020 Lincoln Aviator First Drive: A Surprisingly Sporty Luxury SUV

2020 Lincoln Aviator Video: A True Luxury SUV, Depending on Where You Sit

2020 Lincoln Aviator Plug-In Hybrid First Drive: Still Getting Its Wings

2020 Lincoln Aviator Prices Go Sky-High

More Powerful 2020 Lincoln Aviator Also Nips Cadillac XT6 Rival in MPG

Lincoln Aviator Rises to the Occasion With Elevated Style, High Tech

2020 Ford Explorer, Lincoln Aviator: Recall Alert

Symphonic Lincoln Aviator Chimes Inspire Our Own Car-Alert Playlist

Which Cars Have Apple CarPlay in 2019?

Which 2019 Three-Row SUVs Offer Captain’s Chairs?

2020 Cadillac XT6: A Lincoln Aviator Competitor It Is Not

2020 Lincoln Aviator Finally La-La-Lands in Production Form in L.A.

2020 Lincoln Aviator: Ready for Your First-Class Upgrade?

Auto Show Face-Off: 2020 Cadillac XT6 Vs. 2020 Lincoln Aviator

2018 New York International Auto Show: Best in Show

2018 New York Auto Show Winners and Losers

Pre-Production Lincoln Aviator Is What a Luxury SUV Should Be

Lincoln Aviator Production Preview Video Review

Lincoln Effortless Services: 5 Perks That Could Be Worth an Owner’s Effort

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