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Lincoln Aviator

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18 City / 26 Hwy
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400 hp
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7
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2025 Lincoln Aviator review: Our expert's take

By Aaron Bragman

When Lincoln’s Aviator was last redone for the 2020 model year, switching to a rear-wheel-drive platform and abandoning the MKX name for the rebirth of the Aviator moniker, a lot of people celebrated. A RWD luxury SUV put Lincoln back on track to challenging some of the more prestigious brands in the premium SUV space. Unlike the more mass-market Ford Explorer on which the Aviator is based, the need for big, three-row family-hauling capability is less important in a premium SUV like this; its purpose is more as a status symbol and luxury vehicle than a people mover. The Aviator’s ability to be fun to drive, quick, performance-oriented and luxurious-feeling are prioritized more highly.

That’s why I won’t ding Lincoln for not touching areas like the Aviator’s smallish rear passenger and cargo packaging in its latest redesign, and instead focusing on its amenities and standard features. That’s a better idea for the Aviator than putting in bigger seats with more legroom. I had the opportunity to take a look at the 2025 Aviator in person.

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When Lincoln’s Aviator was last redone for the 2020 model year, switching to a rear-wheel-drive platform and abandoning the MKX name for the rebirth of the Aviator moniker, a lot of people celebrated. A RWD luxury SUV put Lincoln back on track to challenging some of the more prestigious brands in the premium SUV space. Unlike the more mass-market Ford Explorer on which the Aviator is based, the need for big, three-row family-hauling capability is less important in a premium SUV like this; its purpose is more as a status symbol and luxury vehicle than a people mover. The Aviator’s ability to be fun to drive, quick, performance-oriented and luxurious-feeling are prioritized more highly.

That’s why I won’t ding Lincoln for not touching areas like the Aviator’s smallish rear passenger and cargo packaging in its latest redesign, and instead focusing on its amenities and standard features. That’s a better idea for the Aviator than putting in bigger seats with more legroom. I had the opportunity to take a look at the 2025 Aviator in person.

Related: 2025 Lincoln Aviator Preview: More Tech for More Money

Read more