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Here’s A Guide To Every 2025 Lincoln Aviator Wheel

A midcycle refresh is on the horizon for the 2025 Lincoln Aviator. The luxury crossover debuted back in February to the tune of a revamped trim level lineup that now includes Premiere, Reserve and Black Label; a simplified powertrain range; and a slew of welcome exterior and interior updates. Not too long ago, Ford Authority created a detailed guide to all optional packages offered on the forthcoming Aviator. Now, we’re taking a close look at the wheel options offered for the luxury crossover, right down to what it takes to get each one.

20-inch Magnetic Bright-Machined Aluminum Wheel

21-inch Bright-Machined Aluminum Wheel with Dark Alloy Painted Pockets

Let’s start with the wheel options available for the base 2025 Lincoln Aviator Premiere. This model gets the 20-inch Magnetic Bright-Machined aluminum wheels as standard, as does the Aviator Livery (fleet-only) model. The 21-inch Bright-Machined Aluminum wheels with Dark Alloy painted pockets are optional for the Premiere trim, but note that they are standard on Reserve models. They are also bundled as part of the Jet Appearance Package (option code 90R) for the Aviator Premiere.

22-inch Bright-Machined Aluminum Wheel with Magnetic Painted Pockets

22-inch Black Aluminum Wheel

Speaking of the 2024 Aviator Reserve, the 22-inch Bright-machined aluminum wheels with Magnetic painted pockets are optional on this trim with equipment group 200A, while they are standard on equipment group 201A for the same trim level. Opting for the Jet Appearance Package (option code 90Q) for the Reserve trim grants the exclusive set of 22-inch Black aluminum wheels.

22-inch Bright-Machined Aluminum Wheel with Ebony Painted Pockets

22-inch Ebony Black Bright-Machined Wheel

Finally, the range-topping Aviator Black Label trim also gets two wheel options. The 22-inch Bright-Machined aluminum wheels with Ebony painted pockets are standard on this model. The 22-inch Ebony Black Bright-Machined wheels, meanwhile, are optional on the Black Label trim as a standalone option, but can also be acquired as part of the Jet Appearance Package (option code 90S) and Black Label Special Edition package (option code 90L). Note that these wheels are also offered as an optional extra for the 2025 Lincoln Aviator Reserve with equipment group 201A.

As previously reported by Ford Authority, pricing for the base 2025 Lincoln Aviator Premiere trim starts at $58,495, which is significantly more expensive than the outgoing 2024 model. Production is expected to commence in May 2024.

We’ll have more on the 2025 Lincoln Aviator soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln newsLincoln Aviator news, and comprehensive Ford news coverage.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. Jim

    IMO everyone of those wheels is ugly. Who designed these?? Although the Aviator and Corsair are great vehicle the wheels selection alone would make me very hesitant in purchasing the vehicle. The wheels are the finishing touch which makes or breaks a car’s looks. A much simpler but refined, classic and sporty five spoke polished or bright colored wheel could appeal to both a younger and the senior baby boomer car buying generations. For those who hand wash and detail their vehicles ease of cleaning the wheel is also important.

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