2021 Lincoln Aviator consumer reviews

$51,570 starting MSRP
side view of 2021 Aviator Lincoln
66% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.5
  • Performance 4.5
  • Value for the money 4.0
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.2
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2021 Aviator

2021 Aviator have owned for a year, paid $75k. The control system-chip failed. Took 3 visits to finally get them to order a new one. Took 3 months and arrived at dealer while I was away on vacation. They advised I needed to be there immediately, and I could not so they sent it back and I need to wait months again for the part. No hands free -voice control items work, radio only controls 5 stations unless I input them manually. Other than that, it is a beautiful car inside and out, great comfort and smooth ride. Hoping to get my issues resolved.


Never again. Beware Lincoln is CRAP.

2022 Lincoln Aviator: Black Label, Grand Touring- their top trim. Nothing works. There's a recall and no parts to fix it. Check engine light intermittent on. Remote entry doesn't work to lock door- have to use the key fob. Charging cord doesn't work and there are no replacements available, told to wait and check back after at least 5 weeks. I have owned many many new vehicles in my lifetime and I absolutely HATE this one. Never another Lincoln, or any Ford product. Beware.


3RD row seat,,,,Not really.

I've been a Ford guy my whole life (75 ) , I have also been a car guy. This might be the last new car I buy so I might be overly critical. The Black Label Avaitor has all the great features (Maybe too many)It's a beautiful car and is a pleasure to drive. So what's my concern? The third seat!!!. I owned two Lincoln MKT's prior to the new Avaitor. The third seating was tight in the MKT's but doable,,,The new Avaitor works only if your 10 years old or less, have lost your legs or are a gymnast. I can't get anyone to ride in the third row unless they have never been in my car before....One and done.


Lincoln Did A Great Job

The Lincoln Aviator has lived up to expectations and beyond. I can't remember ever being as excited about any new car I have owned. If you are considering an Aviator, you need to drive it.


Incredible Vehicle. Design in all area’s is outs!

This SUV has all the attributes that you expect from a Luxury vehicle. Lincoln is back. What a home run they have hit In designing this vehicle!


Owned it for about a month. Love it. Powerful

It's big, powerful and beautiful Pristine White. Quiet. Still getting used to the size and height. Only criticism so far is lack of place in cockpit to put stuff. Love the HUD and beautiful brown roast interior. Second row has two captain's seats.


Very dissapointed

This expensive SUV is a disappointment.,should have kept my Cadillac CT6, a great vehicle. The ride and drive good but technology stinks ...many shortcomings..."intellegent cruise" not good, auto navigation day/night lighting does not work, air glide system does not function,properly,....for almost $80,000 I would have made a better purchase with the Cadillac XT6 or the Genesis GV80 I had considered. I DO NOT recommend this vehicle...maybe rent one before you sink all this money on THIS Lincoln......MY OPINION


Amazing vehicle

This car practically drives itself! The technology is beyond belief and it rides smooth as silk! Couldn’t be happier with this purchase and would recommend it to family and friends


Beautiful Aviator

Traded in a Lexus for this beautiful Lincoln. Lexus SUV's cannot compare to the quality, styling and luxury of the Aviator. Everything about this SUV screams quality and this is by far the best SUV that we have ever owned. It has it all: styling, power, comfort, space and features.


Stay away 2021 tire sensor module defect

Loved and leased a 2021 Flight Blue Reserve in mid December. Within the 1st week tire pressure monitor module which resides above the headliner is faulty. Vehicle now in the garage for more than in our driveway over the last 2 months. Asked Lincoln to get out of the lease as there is no eta on the replacement however denied. Option to have vehicle put back together or stay in the Navigator (25k miles and smells like a cigar) that they rented from Enterprise - this after being in 1 Corsair and 2 Nautilus’ during this last month. Starting the formal Lemon Law process next. Apparently ours was the 1st of now 4 units in the USA with the issue. Would not recommend Lincoln at all at this time.