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  1. Wheeling

    Build quality worries

    All this negative publicity will certainly have some bad effect on potential buyers.
  2. Wheeling

    Ordered: 2020 Aviator

    I'd rather Ford slow down, work out all the problems, and then deliver flawless vehicles to customers, than to rush the process and deliver the SUVs with a lot of problems. That will really hurt Ford in the long run.
  3. Wheeling

    Ordered: 2020 Aviator

    Looks like pretty bad situation. Quality is key and could really kill the Aviator. After all, it is a luxury vehicle and people expect high quality.
  4. Wheeling

    Aviator Reviews

    If performance gain is not that obvious, then efficiency should be the objective. Looks like the GT gains 3 mpg than the regular non-hybrid Aviator. Is that worth the money?
  5. Wheeling

    Aviator Reviews

    You are right, but that makes it even worth., isn't it?
  6. Wheeling

    Aviator Reviews

    The Grand Touring plug-in hybrid Aviator electrifies the gas engine, but the extra motors and batteries contribute to its 5,838-pound heft. Some of us felt that it didn't feel fast enough given its 494 hp and 630 lb-ft of torque. The lack of power shows up in the test results, too. The hybrid is only three-tenths quicker than the gas Aviator in the quarter mile. 5.1 seconds? I was expecting 4.8 seconds.
  7. Wheeling

    Aviator Reviews

    The 5,167-pound vehicle scoots from 0 to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds and completes the quarter mile in 14.1 seconds. That slays the Cadillac XT6, which needs 6.8 and 15.2 seconds, respectively, and also beats the Mercedes-Benz GLE 450 4Matic. But it lags behind the BMW X7 xDrive 40i, which gets to 60 mph in 5.0 seconds and hits the quarter mile in 13.6 seconds. https://www.motortrend.com/cars/lincoln/aviator/2020/2020-lincoln-aviator-reserve-and-plugin-hybrid-first-test-review/
  8. Wheeling

    2020 Aviator Start Stop :-(

    Just test drove a Reserve II and didn't feel a thing about Start/Stop.
  9. Wheeling

    AVIATOR GT Delivery Date

    Stopped by my local Lincoln dealer yesterday and drove the Reserve II and asked about GT. The dealer said the GT will be available next February.
  10. Wheeling

    Aviator Reviews

    Joke aside, that't can't be the case. The demo you tested must have something wrong with the seat.
  11. Wheeling

    Aviator Reviews

    May be you are too tall for the Aviator?😜
  12. https://www.thecarconnection.com/news/1124876_2020-lincoln-aviator-vs-2020-kia-telluride-compare-suvs What an insult to compare the Aviator to a kia! To make things worse, they even got the same "expert scores". What's wrong with these experts? Do they ever compare an Audi to a Hyundai?
  13. How long it is going to last? A few months, a few years, or a life time?
  14. Wheeling

    More on Aviator GT

    https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1124825_the-2020-lincoln-aviator-grand-touring-plug-in-hybrid-is-a-placeholder-not-a-game-changer This review said it can do 0-60 in 6 seconds. Appeared to be off target, a lot.
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