Driver & front passenger front 2nd generation dual stage airbags
1st & 2nd row side curtain airbags
3-point safety belts for all seating positions
Rear door child safety locks
Brake shift interlock
Side-impact door beams
Dual note horn
4.6L DOHC 32-valve V8 engine
5-speed automatic transmission w/OD
3.73 axle ratio
72 amp/hr (650 CCA) maintenance-free battery
Battery saver feature (Turns off headlamps/interior lights)
4-wire trailering harness w/HD flasher
HD class II trailer hitch w/3500# capacity integrated into rear bumper fascia
Independent front suspension w/stabilizer bar
Independent rear suspension
P245/65R17 all-season BSW tires
17" x 7.5" 7-spoke painted aluminum wheels
Underbody-mounted full-size 17" spare tire-inc: steel wheel, crank down feature, jack
Variable assist pwr rack & pinion steering
Pwr 4-wheel disc brakes w/"Quick Assist"
4-wheel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
22.5 gallon fuel tank
2004 Lincoln Aviator Owner Reviews
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It's a mid size vehicle. There are two rows of seats in the back.
The size within the vehicle is very spacious, there are 8 seats in total. The seats are leather, and pretty comfortable. Although the seats can be damaged easily. You can save in gas, because it's economic. So it can last on the road for a while before needing to fill up again. The trunk is large when you put down the last row of seats. There is a sensor for when you are backing up, although my sensor doesn't work all the time. There is a decent view while driving. The cable of the shifter got damaged, so the shift would not move. The max sensor was damaged, so the air flow wasn't good. It caused the vehicle to shake while driving.
It has lasted us 6 years and is still going strong.
This vehicle has a roar in the rear end that has always been there. The seats are comfy, radio plays good, the back seat is tight and if you have the back seat up, there is no room in the back for groceries. At almost 200,000 miles we have had to replace the transfer case, which was hard to find another one for it. But we drive this vehicle everyday, more than 200 miles per month.
Lincoln Aviator: Luxurious and Reliable
I love my Aviator. It makes me feel like I have an expensive car but it's really actually affordable. It's really good on gas and my family uses it for major road trips. It hasn't let us down yet. I will be getting a new car soon, but I will be completely remodeling my Aviator for resale purposes.