2020 Lincoln Aviatorvs. 2019 Range Rover Sport

The Land Rover Range Rover Sport is typically known for its off-road capabilities. While the brand still focuses on retaining that ability, the Range Rover Sport adds design and luxury to its acclaim, but that can come at a steep price. The standard gasoline-powered Range Rover Sport starts over $17,500 more than the base price of Aviator and the Range Rover Sport doesn't include standard third-row seating. Optional packages on the Range Rover Sport, including many driver-assist technologies, can add up quick, making Aviator the most appealing choice.

Competitive Comparison

Lincoln AviatorRange Rover Sport
Starting MSRP$51,100$69,500
Horse Power400245
Drivetrain Warranty6 years/70,000 mi4 years/50,000 mi
Seating Capacity85
Heated Seatsstandardoptional


The Range Rover Sport comes standard with a turbocharged 3.0L inline-six engine that falls 45 horsepower and 35 lb.‑ft. of torque short of the standard 400 horsepower and 400 lb.‑ft. of torque of the Twin-Turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine in the all-new Aviator. It should be noted that the standard engine in the Range Rover Sport is a mild hybrid electric powertrain that utilizes a battery for an electric boost in power. Still, the standard Aviator gasoline engine is more powerful.

The Range Rover Sport does offer a supercharged V8 in two power levels, but the advanced hybrid powertrain in Aviator Grand Touring is still targeted to produce more torque than their large V8 engine.


Range Rover Sport requires you to spend nearly $5,000 extra for its Driver Assistance Package to get features similar to Lincoln Co‑Pilot360 standard on Aviator. Range Rover Sport buyers wanting automatic high-beam headlamps will have to purchase the Vision Assist package for an additional $1,490.


Aviator comes standard with comfortable seating for seven people. Range Rover Sport requires you to pay extra for a third row that it says is only "designed for occasional use" and has stipulations on who can sit in the third row depending on the size of the occupant.


Clients buying a "utility" vehicle are expecting exactly that, but they get less with the Range Rover Sport.

  • With the third-row seats up, Aviator offers a substantial 10.5 additional cubic feet of cargo capacity than Range Rover Sport
  • Fold the third row and Aviator still has over 14 cubic feet more cargo volume than Range Rover Sport
  • With all the rear seats down, Aviator bests the Range Rover Sport with 77.7 cu. ft. of cargo volume compared to 59.5 cu. ft.


Range Rover Sport does offer a seat with 22‑way adjustability, but that's only available on its "Autobiography" model that starts at $97,500. In addition to offering more first-row legroom than Range Rover Sport, Aviator can be equipped with Perfect Position front seats that offer the most adjustability in its class with 30‑way adjustment and Active Motion massage.


Like Aviator, the Range Rover Sport also offers an air suspension that will adjust the vehicle height for entry and exit as well as driving conditions, but it cannot predict road imperfection like the Adaptive Suspension with Road Preview available on Aviator. The advanced Aviator system uses a forward camera that is constantly scanning the road for imperfections and when detected, it can adjust the suspension in preparation of the impediment. The Range Rover Sport does not have this camera technology which contributes to the smooth and comfortable Aviator ride.

The 2020 Lincoln Aviator


Taking luxury to new heights means doing the same with expectations. The Lincoln Aviator, a seven passenger three row SUV blends both power and thoughtful luxury that represents something remarkable. Captivating exterior design lines, interior roominess and ample power give rise to the feeling of flight and a sensation that both soothes and excites.


The Lincoln Aviator offers exciting powertrain options that combine power and poise for a smooth and thrilling journey. The standard Twin-Turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine sets the pace for all Aviator models by generating 400 horsepower and 415 lb.-ft. of torque.* The Aviator Grand Touring utilizes a battery-powered electric motor and pairs it with the standard Twin-Turbocharged engine to produce 494 horsepower and 630 lb.-ft. of torque.


There's a drive mode to match your mood and road conditions. Lincoln Drive Modes, easily selected by simply turning a knob in the center front console, alter the suspension settings, steering, shift points and even ride heights with the available Air Glide Suspension to help give drivers both the feeling they want and the performance they need. In addition to the main five modes, Aviator Grand Touring* has two additional modes: Pure EV for a quiet all-electric drive and Preserve EV to save stored energy for later use.

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