2025 Lincoln Aviator Revealed And Ready Fly Down The Highway Hands-Free

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The updated Lincoln Aviator is preparing for takeoff.

The 2025 version of the three-row SUV has been revealed ahead of sales scheduled for this summer.

The Aviator features a redesigned front end and dashboard with a new digital instrument cluster and 13.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system display.

The plug-in hybrid Aviator Grand Touring was dropped for the 2024 model year and all 2025 vehicles will come powered by a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 rated at 400 hp and 415 lb-ft of torque.


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A 10-speed automatic and adaptive suspension are standard and the Aviator is available with either rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive. The maximum towing capacity is 5,000 pounds.

The Aviator also gets the BlueCruise highway driving system standard across all trims with a four-year subscription included.

The feature allows for hands-free adaptive cruise control on over 130,000 miles of highways in North America, with additional roads and capabilities expected to be added through over-the-air updates as it is further developed.

The Aviator also comes with the Lincoln Co-Pilot 360 package of electronic driver aids, which includes standard adaptive cruise control, lane-departure prevention, blind spot monitoring and automatic emergency braking.

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The infotainment system is equipped with the Lincoln Digital Experience, which combines Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration with Alexa and Google Assistant, the last of which allows for voice control of some features including climate control and the 28-speaker Revel Ultima 3D Audio System that is available on some models.

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Heated and ventilated seats are standard and certain trims feature Lincoln’s 30-way adjustable Perfect Posture.

The base price for a 2024 Aviator is $54,735 and there’s an increase for the 2025 model, which starts at $59,890 and can be optioned up close to over $90,000.

The 2025 Ford Explorer that’s built on the alongside it on the same platform at Ford’s Chicago Assembly Plant will precede it into showrooms this spring with a starting price of $41,220.

This story has been updated with pricing information