2019 Lincoln Aviator Engine Specs & Review
2019 Lincoln Aviator. This beautiful new Aviator. The first look at the all-new a V8, now the preview model shows, intent for the next production. Utility Aviators design is inspired by Aeronautics from the prowl for presence of the signature front grille to the sculpted lines that pull back in downward to suggest that Aviator is ready to take flight.
The driving experience such as being welcomed on board with a lighted embrace. And projected welcome mats and what can be more welcoming than ever you’re having to use your key fob because now your smartphone is your key. Lincoln’s phone is a key technologies allows you to unlock open the trunk start and drive your Aviator without a bulky fob in your pocket or purse and if you happen to lose your phone it’s easy to delete the phone is key connection on your Aviators touchscreen. Then there’s the experience of being comfortably in control with the Lincoln steering wheel which fits much of the many functions at your fingertips and amenities, such as wireless smart phone charging and Wi-Fi it can keep you all effortlessly connected.
And how about the comfort of feeling safe and secure in any situation for that Aviator introduces Lincoln copilot 360 it’s an advanced suite of standard driver assisted technologies, including automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection and of course the popular blind spot information system and a number of other proven systems providing that 360 degree protection. Now Aviator also offers reverse brake assist which uses rear sensors and a camera to provide automatic braking if it detects an obstacle before you do. And finally the experience of warm human in personalized service aviator will be the first Lincoln to connect our vehicle and service experiences together.
The 2019 Lincoln Aviator Lincoln’s got a few surprises in store for this pre-production 3-row crossover namely in the engine. It’s going to come with a twin-turbo engine but it will be optionally mated with a plug-in hybrid system. Now the current twin-turbo that’s in Lincoln’s 3-row crossover MKT is a 3.5 liter v6 good for 365 horsepower and 350 pound feet of torque Lincoln’s been pretty mum on what the power specs will be on this guy. But with that optional little electric boost to be somewhere north of 400 horsepower. The company also haven’t told us anything about the all-electric range but these three row crossovers they’re pretty heavy. So expect somewhere around 30 miles. And in even better news that the Aviator will be offered in rear-wheel drive, but that’s just for the gas only option, still it’s pretty cool. It should be a better performing more fun to drive car than that current MKT.
Now drivers will be able to receive a variety of considerate service related prompts on their digital cluster. It can also be connected to a Lincoln concierge, now one of these services will be standard pickup, and delivery pickup, and delivery helps our clients save one of their most valuable assets their time and the response has been great Lincoln dealers have more than a hundred, thousand rides since the program began in 2016. Now the service is being expanded to Canada and it will soon be available in china.
The company making Lincoln services available to new clients as well the company are now expanding the click to purchase online shopping program which will be available throughout the year in the US and they are also excited to launch the pilot luxury subscription service. Now the originally pilot the program in West LA in San Francisco with 2015 model year pre-owned vehicles the program allows clients to cept lacked a Lincoln of their choice to use it for 24/7 as their own vehicle it comes with insurance warranty and more all in a bundled convenient monthly payment and beaning today subscribers will also be able to access 2017 model year Lincoln vehicles as well as blanket Lincoln client privileges such as the pickup and delivery.
And they are not standing still they are continuing to define and develop services that differentiate Lincoln by making the ownership experience even more effortless so it’s been a pleasure to share our news with you this morning and now they’d like to invite you up to take a closer look at the all-new Lincoln Aviator. Sales for the 2019 Lincoln Aviator are going up next year and although an announcement on exact pricing is expected closer to the on sale date we’d venture it’ll cost around fifty five thousand dollars give or take that’ll place it between the Nautilus and navigator in Lincoln’s lineup.