2003 Lincoln Aviator

2003 Lincoln Aviator Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Lincoln Aviator

  • The Aviator's interior is very Lincoln, being swathed in fine leather, satin nickel, and walnut burl wood.

    - Car and Driver
  • The 60-mph sprint took only 7.6 seconds, and it pulled through the quarter in 16.2 seconds at 89 mph.

    - Car and Driver
  • Beyond the competent road manners, the output of the engine is perhaps one of the most satisfying elements of the Aviator. The fat torque curve and ample reserves of power give the kind of performance that will make the Aviator a class leader among midsize SUVs.

    - Road & Track

What reviewers liked least about the Lincoln Aviator

  • The second row seats are short and shallow, while the third row is strictly for kids.

    - Cars.com
  • Space behind the third row is somewhat limited, however, so don't expect to take such a large crew on a skiing trip unless you have a roof-top cargo carrier.

    - Road & Track

Lincoln Aviator Comparisons

  • Unlike some of its car-based competition (such as Lexus RX 300 or Acura MDX), the Aviator uses body-on-frame construction, giving the truck a solid, tough foundation.

    - Cars.com

Best one-liner about the Lincoln Aviator

  • Fortunately, the Lincoln Aviator is not an exercise in badge engineering, but rather a craftily executed remake of the existing Explorer/Mountaineer platform.

    - Road & Track

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