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2020 Lincoln Aviator First Drive: Grand Touring hybrid is unapologetic 3-row SUV

2020 Lincoln Aviator First Drive: Grand Touring hybrid is unapologetic 3-row SUV

Lincoln is taking luxury SUVs seriously, and the 2020 Aviator is fine evidence of that. Bringing another three-row option to the automaker's range, it may be smaller than the Navigator but the new Aviator is no less luxurious. Indeed, with a potent 630 lb-ft of torque to play with in 2020 Aviator Grand Touring Hybrid form, there's an argument to be made that this could be the best example of Lincoln's "American Luxury" yet.

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2019 Lincoln Nautilus Review: American luxury is an inexact science

2019 Lincoln Nautilus Review: American luxury is an inexact science

Whoever sent out the memo that modern crossovers needed to be sporty clearly left Lincoln off the list, but that's no great problem when it comes to the 2019 Nautilus. Slotting in as the automaker's midsize luxury option in the ever-popular crossover segment, the Nautilus promises to coax more style and more relaxation out of the refreshed second-generation MKX.

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2020 Lincoln Corsair brings Navigator style to luxury crossover

2020 Lincoln Corsair brings Navigator style to luxury crossover

Lincoln has shrunk the Navigator, with the 2020 Corsair squeezing luxury and eye-catching style into a smaller footprint. The new SUV, launching at the New York Auto Show 2019 today, completes Lincoln's line-up of completely revamped SUVs, with two rows of seats and the same aesthetic as its larger models.

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Hennessey upgrades 2019 Lincoln Navigator to 600hp

Hennessey upgrades 2019 Lincoln Navigator to 600hp

The performance tuners at Hennessey are well-known for their boutique supercar, the Venom, and custom upgrades for sports cars like the Mustang, Viper, and Corvette, but lately they've been turning their eye towards SUVs and pickups. Their latest in this trend is a take on the new 2019 Lincoln Navigator, which outfits the family SUV with an additional 150 horsepower, perfect for a drag race against its stock sibling.

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New Lincolns get a year of Tidal music streaming free

New Lincolns get a year of Tidal music streaming free

Tidal may trail far behind rivals Spotify and Apple Music, but it's not dropping out of the streaming music game. You might take the same view about car company Lincoln, which is far from the biggest name in luxury SUVs, but over the last several months it's been working hard at updating both its image and vehicles. This may not be the reason behind their teaming up, of course, but Tidal and Lincoln have announced up to a year of the high-quality music streaming service for new car owners.

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2018 Lincoln Navigator Review: Brash 3-row SUV royalty

2018 Lincoln Navigator Review: Brash 3-row SUV royalty

Big, lavish SUVs are big, money-making business right now, and little screams comfortable excess like the Lincoln Navigator. Two decades of the automaker's burly people-carrier - punctuated with appearances in rap songs and spats with Cadillac's Escalade - have seen it both grow-up and glow-up, but it's with the arrival of the fourth-generation that the Navigator has truly reclaimed its ostentatious identity.

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Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition is limited to 80 units – with steep price tag

Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition is limited to 80 units – with steep price tag

Lincoln has been teasing fans of its '60s era Continental cars with suicide doors with visions of a return of those rear-hinged doors. The teasing has stopped with Lincoln unveiling the new 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition. The ride was built to coincide with the 80th anniversary of the Continental badge.

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The 2020 Lincoln Aviator pulls out the stops to sweep up in midsize SUVs

The 2020 Lincoln Aviator pulls out the stops to sweep up in midsize SUVs

Big, glitzy, and unapologetically brash, the 2020 Lincoln Aviator is the latest example of the automaker's singularly lavish vision of "American luxury." Smaller sibling to the Navigator, though hardly less imposing, the new midsize SUV also debuts Lincoln's new hybrid drivetrain.

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2020 Lincoln Aviator makes sleek luxe SUV a plug-in hybrid

2020 Lincoln Aviator makes sleek luxe SUV a plug-in hybrid

The midsize luxury SUV segment just got an impressive new competitor, with the 2020 Lincoln Aviator promising Navigator-style road presence with Continental luxury. Unveiled at the LA Auto Show 2018, the all-new SUV packs a number of firsts for the automaker, including a fresh hybrid drivetrain and smartphone integration.

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2020 Lincoln Aviator sings with orchestral luxury for the ears

2020 Lincoln Aviator sings with orchestral luxury for the ears

What does a car sound like? Sure, there's the growl of a gas engine, or the electric thrum of an EV's motors, but all the other noises - alerts, reminders, and general chimes - have to come from somewhere. In the 2020 Lincoln Aviator, due to make its debut later this month, they're the handiwork of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

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Car subscriptions get imaginative at New York Auto Show

Car subscriptions get imaginative at New York Auto Show

Among the shiny new cars, crossovers, and SUVs of the New York International Auto Show this week, enthusiasm for subscription ownership is quietly growing. The smartphone-style model - where, rather than a lease or finance purchase, drivers pay a single fee each month that includes the car, its insurance, servicing, and other common costs - is slowly gaining traction, as unexpectedly good news from Volvo confirmed. In this brave new world of alternative ownership, though, there's still plenty of room to differentiate yourself and your offer.

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Lincoln Aviator first look: This plug-in hybrid luxury SUV nails it

Lincoln Aviator first look: This plug-in hybrid luxury SUV nails it

Lincoln did good. The new Lincoln Aviator Concept may, so the company maintains, be a mere preview of what the automaker envisages next in its range, but it could do a lot worse than to send the three-row SUV straight from the New York International Auto Show to its production team.

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