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2021 Lincoln Aviator Reserve Review

Powered by a 3L Twin Turbo engine, the 2021 Lincoln Aviator Reserve is an extremely well-thought-out luxury vehicle. It’s available in a 6 or 7 seat configuration, features safety features like Pre-Collision Assist, Reverse Brake Assist as well as a robust Blind Spot and Lane Keeping System. In this video, Steve from Cars with Steve, dives into the new 2021 Aviator and goes over every detail about the vehicle from what the cargo dimensions are to connecting a phone to Android Auto and Apple Car Play and everything in between!

In this video, the vehicle used had the following specs: – 202a (Reserve II) – Pristine White – Floor Liners – Convenience Package – Full Rear Console

Time Stamps:

00:00​ – Introduction to the new 2021 Aviator Reserve 1:20​ – Under the hood – Horsepower and Torque 2:00​ – Key Fob and Remote Start 2:55​ – Standard Technology 3:35​ – Fuel Economy and Quality 4:20​ – Towing Capacity and Features 5:25​ – Opening Trunk 6:00​ – Cargo Dimensions 6:50​ – What’s in the trunk and folding 3rd Row 8:15​ – 3rd Row Space 9:20​ – 2nd Row Space and Configurations 12:15​ – Driver’s Door 14:40​ – Adjust Steering Wheel, Driver’s Seat and Massage 16:40​ – Sync3 Infotainment Intro 17:15​ – Audio Tab 18:20​ – Adding an iPhone or Android Device 20:30​ – Setting Up Apple Car Play 23:15​ – Setting up Android Auto 26:25​ – Factory Navigation 28:55​ – Audio Settings – Radio and SiriusXM 30:25​ – Vehicle Settings 32:00​ – Remote Start 32: 35 – Key Fob Tricks 33:20​ – Wipers and Vehicle Lighting 36:25​ – Driver Assistance – Adaptive Cruise, Lane Keeping, Pre-Collision 38:50​ – Blind Spot and Trailer Towing 40:25​ – General Settings (Language, Measurement Units) 41:40​ – Voice Control Settings 42:40​ – Display Setup 44:00​ – Massage Seats 44:55​ – Center Stack 45:15​ – Using Park Assist 47:10​ – Center Stack Buttons 48:50​ – Climate Control 51:00​ – Drive Modes 51:55​ – Steering Wheel and Instrument Cluster 54:35​ – Heads Up Display 55:30​ – Additional Cluster Settings 58:55​ – Up Overhead and Twin Panel Moonroof 60:40 – Final Thoughts 61:00 – Bloopers

2021 Lincoln Aviator: Luxury Taken To New Heights

The Aviator is a three-row SUV that comes in 5 trim options: Standard, Reserve, Black Label, Grand Touring, and Grand Touring Black Label. The Standard, Reserve and Black Label are powered by a turbocharged V6 engine. Conversely, the Grand Touring and Grand Touring Black Label are equipped with a hybrid version. The Aviator compares with vehicles such as the Audi Q7, BMW X5, Jaguar’s F-Pace, Mercedes Benz GLE-Class and Kia Telluride.

2021 Aviator Reserve