Lincoln Aviator Gets Price Cut, New Colors for 2022
The gasoline model is between $105 and $660 less, while plug-in hybrid variants are up to $1185 cheaper.
1. The 2022 Lincoln Aviator starts at $52,090 for the base rear-wheel drive gasoline model.
2. The plug-in hybrid variant is between $1085 and $1185 less expensive, starting at $68,980 for the Grand Touring.
3. 2022 Lincoln Aviators are already reaching dealerships, and are available with an array of new packages.
The Lincoln Aviator is cheaper for 2022, with nonhybrid versions down by up to $660 and plug-in hybrid models up to $1185 cheaper compared to last year. New colors and packages are also obtainable, and powertrain options remain the same. The 2022 Aviator starts at $52,090 for the base rear-wheel drive trim and $68,980 for the plug-in Grand Touring.
New colors are on tap for 2022, including Gilded Green and Bronze Smoke, although neither has been shown by the automaker. An appearance package that adds a panoramic sunroof and 20-inch wheels is now optional for $1500, as is a driver-assistance suite on the Reserve. This safety package has been renamed CoPilot 360 1.5 Plus, and it's a $2500 extra on top of the $57,545 price tag.
The top-trim Black Label model retains its 494 horsepower hybrid powertrain and standard all-wheel drive, and starts $1080 lower, at $88,520. Nonhybrid Aviators still hide a 400 horsepower 3.0 L V6 under the hood, and all-wheel drive is a $2500-$2530 option.
The 2022 Lincoln Aviator is already reaching dealerships starting at $52,090 for the base rear-wheel drive gasoline model.