Lincoln Aviator Concept 

  • 2004
The standard five-speed automatic transmission is the best Ford slushbox we've ever sampled.
by Car and Driver (Dec, 2002)
The interior is a feast for the senses; it's wonderful to look at and to touch.
by Car and Driver (Dec, 2002)

Data points Key details of the Lincoln Aviator Concept

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Lincoln Aviator Concept
The new face incorporates a nearly 2-by-4-inch Lincoln star and a bright horizontal blade by the lower air intake.
One of the most noticeable characteristics is a new Lincoln grille, a trait to watch for on future Lincoln models.

Lincoln Aviator

Car & Driver News
A price that hovers around $50,000 and styling that screams of an Explorer with a Navigator grille are the likely culprits.
Auto Shows arrow Lincoln Aviator 2004 North American International Auto Show If you haven’t already noticed, the current Lincoln Aviator isn’t selling so well.

Lincoln Aviator

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Which is a good thing because, according to Ford's figures, the Aviator will be about 600 pounds heavier than a V-8 Mercury Mountaineer AWD, what with all the standard equipment you'd expect on a luxury ute.
Base prices should be in the low 40s for the two-wheel-drive version and mid-40s with all-wheel drive.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Brand Lincoln
Year 2004
Highest auction price 2004 Lincoln Aviator Concept, $44k, August 2010


Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion


Fuels Gas
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