2020 Lincoln Aviator consumer reviews

$51,100 starting MSRP
side view of 2020 Aviator Lincoln
58% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.1
  • Value for the money 3.5
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 3.5
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3.4

Most problems experienced from a new vehicle

Beautiful design, ride, and comfort features. Front seats have too narrow a cushion. Worst of all, this vehicle has had many many factory problems including camera issues and suspension issues. Lincoln concierge is a joke. Wait a couple years before buying this model as there are clearly factory problems that are going unsolved. Sad.

5.0

Safe and comfortable

Meets size and performance needs for cargo and golf and has great performance and handling with luxurious interior The exterior and trim make a nice package

2.9

NOT RELIABLE YET!!!

I wrote a good report over a week ago, now I'm disappointed!!! I have had this Aviator 2 weeks, and I had to take it back for a (POWERTRAIN) PROBLEM!!!! I AM TRULY TICK-OFF!!!!

2.0

Stinkin' Lincoln

My car has 4000 miles on it, it is in for its 6th repair. The electronics malfunction, the car leaks profusely from the sun roof. while in reverse the car will intermittently shut off. The passengers in my car cannot get out of the car from the inside, a bystander must open the doors from the outside or you will be stuck in the car. The dealership says this vehicle is a known lemon. Yet Lincoln Gervais will not back its product and the sales Manager is useless

1.9

The worse car I’ve ever owed

I’ve owned the car for roughly 7 months and it’s literally been in the shop for 2 months. Center console had been replaced, the sensors going crazy, and now the front strut has gone out. This car is a joke and customer service is even worse. All they can do is apologize and say they’ll fix the issue but the issues keep piling on. To top it off the loan we had overheated on the busy intersection of our city and it took over an hour for the dealership to get a tow truck. Last domestic vehicle I’ll ever buy. In sticking with Toyota. 2020 Lincoln Aviator Black Label

3.3

My first Lincoln and first mistake

Problems started in 2 days after we purchased it Orange peal Body parts misaligned Front bumper cracked Lots of electronic issues I mean a lot Rear view camera not working Screen froze up Seats adjusting while you driving Front sensory working whenever they want too Transmission shifts hard or late It’s in a shop as of today so we will see what happens me and my wife love the body style and interior...but if we gonna have this many problems with in few days of owning it god knows what’s gonna be next but we will give it try ...FYI our first Lincoln ever and this is the review so far

5.0

Auto heat & air conditioning control failure

When the outside temperature is close to the inside temperature you have to turn off the auto switch to control the heat or air , as you will either be too cold or too hot, the temperature will not adjust on auto when the inside / outside temperature are only different by 1 or 2 degrees,

2.4

Very unsafe! A lawsuit waiting to happen!

We took delivery of our 2020 Aviator in late January of this year. This is my wife's car , and all of her driving is done in the city. The best gas mileage she has had is 13.1 mpg. Way below what Lincoln said it would be! Her fuel range is around 200 miles per fill up. The car was delivered to our house with 4 bolts a 2 plastic snaps missing from the left front inner wheel well. That tells me that there is no quality control checks at the factory. Within a few weeks of ownership, the alarm starting going off, sending a message to our phone that the rear lift gate was trying to be opened. This was fixed by a "software update" at the dealership. The cooled seat don't cool, although the dealership tells us they in working order. The biggest problem with the car is, sometimes when we put the car in reverse, and start to back out of our driveway, there is no travel in the brake pedal, and when we apply a little pressure to the petal, they lock up immediately. The parking brake is not on. Took it back to the dealer to have this problem fixed. They told us they couldn't reproduce the problem. We told them this is a serious safety concern and that we did feel safe drive the car. They said they understood, but there is nothing they can do. I told them that I would then have to contact the state lemon law to get my money back. They said that was fine and would help with that in any way they could. They were completely uninterested in trying to put any effort in fixing this problem! Hopefully with less than 3K miles on the car, we will be able to get a full refund.

5.0

Awesome vehicle

I love everything about my 2020 Aviator. It Handles well. Comfortable seating. Lots of Storage space and Leg room. Loaded with technology (lots of bells and whistles). Thanks Corbin Haas at Olathe Ford Lincoln.

4.7

We just purchased our Aviator.

We just purchased the Lincoln Aviator and we have only 800 miles on it. We were looking at a new Lincoln or Cadillac and tested all models of both manufacturers. We have owned several Cadillacs, but I must say that at this point in time Lincoln has left Cadillac behind in design, comfort and technology. So far we’re very pleased.