If you own a 2005 Lincoln Aviator and you are wondering what the 2005 Lincoln Aviator Towing Capacity is, this article is for you. In this article, we have highlighted the payload capacity of 2005 Lincoln Aviator according to 2005 Lincoln Aviator user manual.
Everything at all you need to know, ranging from engine choices, year, towing features, payload capacity. Continue reading below to find out all you need to know about 2005 Lincoln Aviator Towing Capacity.
2005 Lincoln Aviator Towing Capacity
|Maximum cargo capacity||78.3 cu.ft.|
|Maximum payload||1235 lbs.|
|Maximum towing capacity||7100 lbs.|
|Rear track||60.9 in.|
2005 Lincoln Aviator Engine Choices
Lincoln Aviator is available with a choice of rear-wheel drive ($39,940) or all-wheel-drive ($42,890). All models come with Ford’s 4.6-liter V8 engine, rated at 302 horsepower and 300 pounds-feet of torque. All come with a five-speed automatic.
Lincoln Aviator Towing Features
Other standard equipment includes a tire-pressure monitor and rear parking assist. Built with body-on-frame construction, the Aviator has a fully independent suspension and rack-and-pinion steering.
- Engine: 4.6 L V8
- Towing capacity: 3,500 lbs
- MPG: 13 city / 18 highway
- Transmission: 5-speed automatic
- Tire size: P245/65R17
- Horsepower: 302 hp
Be sure to read all of the information in your 2005 Lincoln Aviator owner’s manual for a more comprehensive understanding of what is recommended by the manufacturer when pulling a load.
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