2019 Lincoln Aviator. The new Lincoln Aviator will be based on the new Ford Explorer platform, in the hope that this will prove to be a smart move from FoMoCo; There are no actual spy images 2019 Lincoln Aviator yet, but we think it will look pretty much like the current MKX. Although the Lincoln Aviator was more convincing than most of the functions designed with a badge – with a more powerful engine, the slow sales that were tuned through the suspension stopped after the 2005 model after only three years of production. Now, however, comes the word that Lincoln will give wings Lincoln Aviator again. According to a report in Automotive News, Lincoln will revive the Lincoln Aviator plate and will be added back to a Ford Explorer-based SUV.
The last Lincoln Aviator was in production for only three years. Lincoln put the plug because it was a sales disaster. They replaced it with the MKT which became another sales disaster, although it lasted much longer than Lincoln Aviator. The last 2019 Lincoln Aviator came out of the production line in 2005, but now Lincoln said that the name Lincoln Aviator would be making a return in late 2018 or early 2019, previously based on the Ford Explorer 2018 platform. They will certainly have to make a good car if they want to recover any customer, so expect appropriate equipment.
Expect to see all kinds of updated or upgraded equipment for redesign 2019 Lincoln Aviator – Lincoln really needs to access the ground with this model. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, the updated entertainment and information system with a large touch screen should all be standard, along with the usual safety features; blind spot control, adaptive speed control, front impact, rearview camera and lane assist. The interior will be of high quality leather with comfortable but comfortable seats on all three rows and will accommodate up to 6 adults in comfort.
We do not know 100% of the engines to be installed, but the general consensus is that we will see at least three. 2.3 liter turbo 4-cylinder with 285 hp, a 2.7-liter EcoBoost twin turbo with 325 BHP and 375 lb / ft of torque and perhaps a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. All engines will be added to a 6-speed automatic transmission in the first models, before Lincoln introduces a new 10-speed automatic transmission for subsequent models. Front-wheel drive will be a standard, but the All Wheels option will be an option.
Few information has been officially released, but rumors are that 2019 Lincoln Aviator will be available in late 2018, and may even work only in 2019 if it reaches a few obstacles in production. Lincoln has not said anything about the price yet, but this new Lincoln Aviator for the 2019 repeats the Lincoln MKT that currently lists just over $44,000. If Lincoln intends to acquire this market share, the price will be competitive. We were expecting to see a list in the area of $46,000.