2018 Lincoln Aviator

The 2018 Lincoln Aviator is going to be one of the most luxurious crossovers at very reasonable price. This is not strange, since company is trying to make his way through competition. Price is just a beginning. The Aviator had a long pause in production. Last model come out in 2005. Now, their fans turned to other crossovers, and it will be hard to bring them back. Nevertheless, bosses in Lincoln are aware of that. If they don-t have any ace up their sleeve, they wouldn’t jump into such deal.

2018 Lincoln Aviator

2018 Lincoln Aviator engine

Things are changing in the industry every year. So, after 13, we can’t see many similarities between last edition of Aviator and upcoming model. At least under the hood. New crossover will probably get few options. According to experts, first and base is 2.3-l 4-cylinder, certainly EcoBoost. Same type, but bigger is 3.5-l V-6. For the end, 2018 Lincoln Aviator could come without booster on 3.5-l engine. Output starts from 200 hp. Top of the class models won’t exceed 350 horses. Interesting is that rear-wheel drive is standard offer, and not front-wheel drive. However, AWD comes as suitable replacement for extra money. We see a 8-speed transmission as perfect gearbox for this SUV.

2018 Lincoln Aviator interior

2018 Lincoln Aviator redesign

There will be a lot of changes on the new 2018 Lincoln Aviator. Luxurious SUV must offer stylish visual appearance and elegant interior. We are not in doubt that cabin will offer all the latest features. Special attention will be on infotainment, and connectivity with new technologies. Also, comfort and safety are incredible. Outside, fans will get LED lightning. Grille and side panels are made of lightweight materials, such as aluminum and carbon-fiber. This is making production less expensive, and vehicle lighter. On the other hand, it doesn’t loose on performance and durability.

2018 Lincoln Aviator rear

2018 Lincoln Aviator release and price

Cost of the new 2018 Lincoln Aviator will be probably from $35,000. Nevertheless, some higher trims are more expensive. We still don’t know what does designers prepare, and bosses also, but we can guess it will cost over $50,000. End of this year should host premiere, but salons won’t see it until 2018.

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