This His Turn | Her Turn, Lauren Fix and Paul Brian review one of their highest ranked cars ever! It surprised even them. Watch as they break it all down and fill you in on the all-new 2020 Lincoln Aviator. #LincolnAviator #AviatorReview
Specs: 3-Row SUV Reserve: 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 Engine = 400 hp ./ 415 lb-ft Torque 10-speed transmission RWD or AWD Base price: $56,190 As tested: $74,920
Grand Touring: PHEV = 494 HP / 630 lb-ft Torque 10-speed transmission AWD 2 EV specific drive modes 400+ mile targeted range Starting MSRP: $68,800 As tested: 83,670
MPGS: RWD- 18 / 26/ 21 mpg AWD – 17 / 24 / 20 mpg
Seats: 6 people 10 exterior colors 7 interior colors and themes Revel Audio system on a 10.1” center screen
Black Label Program – AWD only – Base price: $77,695 as tested: $81,790
Co-Pilot 360 – intelligent communications with road signs, traffic conditions, park assist plus, evasive steer assist, adaptive cruise control with traffic jam assist, and more.
Lincoln Aviator introduces advanced suspension system that pairs pothole mitigation and Lincoln technology to delivers a smooth, refined ride. Lincoln (AWD) Adaptive Suspension with Road Preview uses a forward-facing camera to see upcoming bumps in the road, then automatically adjusts settings faster than a blink of an eye to mitigate the unpleasant impact; available Air Glide Suspension further enhances Aviator’s gliding ride. 12 sensors are always adjusting the system for a luxurious ride. Dynamic handling is an upgrade. These advanced technologies work together to seamlessly handle any given road surface, providing clients with a smooth, gliding ride.
Lincoln Way keeps all the cars information on your phone, schedule an appointment, fuel level, unlock doors, available parking, fueling options, notifications, car payments and charging locations for plug-in cars.
Chimes from musicians are more welcoming and less in-your-face, more calming, luxurious, quiet and unique.
Pros: – Amazing Rebel audio system – Impressive driver assistance systems. – Super quiet ride (black label) – high end design interior – 30 way massaging seats
Cons: – 3rd row is tight seating – has every option but a turn signal camera – tail gate button could be on the side rather than on hatch door.
Competes with: Audi Q7 Volvo XC90 BMW X7 Mercedes GL
“Car Coach Reports Score” – CCRS
Points – 10 out of 10 points – top score 70
PERFORMANCE – Paul – 8, Lauren – 8 HANDLING – Paul – 9, Lauren – 8 SAFETY – Paul – 9, Lauren – 9 VISIBILITY – Paul – 8, Lauren – 7 SEATING COMFORT – Paul – 10, Lauren – 10 Technology – Paul – 10, Lauren – 10 Features – Paul – 10, Lauren – 10 Design – Paul – 9, Lauren – 9 Quality – Paul – 9, Lauren – 9 Value – Paul – 8, Lauren – 8 Totals: Paul – 90, Lauren – 88
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