As inflation continues to rear its ugly head and automotive production has been severely impacted by various supply chain issues, the prices of new and used vehicles have steadily risen. This includes a few FoMoCo products such as the refreshed 2022 Lincoln Navigator, which received a price increase across most trims ahead of its launch, as well as the 2022 Lincoln Corsair, which features pricing that carried over mostly unchanged, but the crossover did see a jump for some trims. That isn’t the case with 2022 Lincoln Aviator, however, which actually gets reduced pricing on most trims for the new year.
|Trim Level||2022 Lincoln Aviator||2021 Lincoln Aviator||2022 +/-|
|Black Label Grand Touring||$87,905||$88,985||$-1080|
|Destination and Delivery||$1,195||$1,095||+$100|
The 2022 Lincoln Aviator has gotten cheaper across all but one trim level for the new model year – the all-wheel drive Black Label, which has received a minute price increase of $5. Otherwise, the 2022 Aviator is cheaper across the board, with price cuts ranging from $105 for rear- and all-wheel drive Base trim models up to $1,185 for the Grand Touring plug-in hybrid. Destination and delivery charges have increased by $100, however.
Aside from these price reductions, the 2022 Lincoln Aviator is undergoing a few other changes for the new model year. That includes the launch of the recently-revealed Jet Package, which is replacing the new-for-2021 Monochromatic Package, though it retains many of the same blacked-out elements present in the discontinued package.
In addition to the new Jet Package, the 2022 Lincoln Aviator will lose a significant portion of the 2021 model’s max towing capability, going from 6,700 pounds when equipped with the Class IV Trailer Tow Package down to 5,600 pounds, as Ford Authority previously reported. Otherwise, the Aviator – which was redesigned for the 2020 model year, along with its Ford CD6 Platform-mate, the Ford Explorer – will carry over largely unchanged for the 2022 model year. Meanwhile, the 2022 Aviator won’t be around for much longer, as the 2023 model is set to enter production at the Ford Chicago Assembly Plant on May 30th, 2022, as Ford Authority recently reported.