Review of 2011 Lincoln Aviator
The 2011 Lincoln Aviator is going to be pleasing those that are looking for a mid-size SUV to add to their family. There are many aspects about the Aviator that has it attracting attention from buyers everywhere. This includes a slue of safety features that are designed to protect the driver and passengers better now then ever before. This safety features include things such as:
- the optional tire pressure monitoring system
- The Safety Air canopy air bag which covers around sixty five percent of the windows should the SUV be involved in a crash.
- Dual air bags on the passenger and driver side
- Anti lock brakes
The performance of the mid size SUV is not going to disappoint anyone with what they have to offer. The SUV is outfitted with Ford's 4.6 liter, v8 engine that offers around 309 horsepower. The performance is not something that the consumer is going to be unhappy with once they get it onto the road. The SUV also has a four wheel drive system in place on most models that utilizes stability bars and so forth to give an even smoother ride. Those that are looking for the Lincoln Aviator they are going to find two different models that are available for 2011. These include the luxury and the premium model. They are basically the same, with the premium model having many more features about it such as the power heated seats, and so forth.
On both models, the person is going to find that they are able to add many customizable options that are going to allow the person to have a completely different vehicle than what the other people have. Examples include:
- Moon roof
- Premium audio system
- navigation system
- towing package
Standard equipment on both models of the Aviator include:
- adjustable brakes and accelerator pedals
- dual zone climate control
- steering wheel mounted audio controls
- heated side mirrors with turn signal on the mirror
Driving wise, the SUV is offering a smooth ride that is heavy and ready for whatever obstacles comes its way. Though the SUV is catered as a luxury vehicle, the person is going to find that they can take it off road if they need to do that with the four wheel drive engaged. The handling of the car is pretty standard as car as SUV's are concerned. Therefore, people can expect to be driving something that is similar to a truck, though with all the advances in technology that the SUV is offering, then the drive is going to be less stiff than what people are used to with trucks. This is going to be a great entry level mid size sedan for those with small or medium families.