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Lincoln Aviator Black Label 2019 review

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Lincoln Aviator 2020 first drive review - hero front Upmarket sibling of the new Ford Explorer intends to take on the BMW X5 across the pond The latest model from Ford's upmarket division is a more relaxed take on the performance SUV. The new Aviator revives a nameplate last used in 2005 and is once again a rebodied version of the Ford Explorer.Despite a close under-skin relationship, the Aviator has unique bodywork and is pitched and priced as an alternative to European and Japanese premium SUVs. Although smaller than the Navigator, the Aviator is still a sizeable beast, being just over five metres long and having three rows of seats as standard. All versions use a longitudinally mounted version of Ford’s twin-turbocharged petrol 3.0-litre V6 making 400bhp and working in conjunction with a 10-speed automatic gearbox.The Aviator has rear-wheel drive as standard, while the plusher Black Label version tested here is a 4x4. There's also the range-topping Grand Touring plug-in hybrid, with a total output of 494bhp but also a serious 2573kg kerbweight (by American methodology). The regular AWD petrol is a relatively svelte 2218kg.

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