2022 Lincoln Aviator Will Cost Less and Come in New Colors

Joey Capparella
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Photo credit: Lincoln
Photo credit: Lincoln
  • Pricing for the 2022 Lincoln Aviator starts at $52,090 for the base rear-wheel-drive model.

  • The plug-in-hybrid Aviator Grand Touring starts at $68,980, a $1185 decrease from last year.

  • The 2022 Aviator is starting to reach dealerships now.

The Lincoln Aviator mid-size luxury SUV is slightly cheaper for 2022, with pricing for the nonhybrid model down by between $105 and $660 and pricing for the hybrid down by up to $1185 compared with last year. The 2022 Aviator starts at $52,090 for the base rear-wheel-drive trim and $68,980 for the Grand Touring plug-in hybrid.

The Aviator also gains a few new colors for the new model year, including Gilded Green and Bronze Smoke, but Lincoln has yet to release photos of these new hues. A $1500 Appearance package is now offered on the base-model Aviator that includes a panoramic sunroof and 20-inch wheels, while the $57,545 Reserve model's optional driver-assistance package ($2500) features minor upgrades and is now called CoPilot 360 1.5 Plus.

The most expensive Aviator remains the Grand Touring Black Label, which starts at $88,520, a $1080 decrease. It has the 494-hp plug-in-hybrid powertrain with standard all-wheel drive. The nonhybrid Aviator has a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 with 400 horsepower and offers all-wheel drive as a $2500–$2530 option.

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