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2003 Lincoln Aviator trims

2003 Aviator

MPG City
13
MPG Hwy
18

The 2003 Lincoln Aviator is a totally-new offering, and is a mid-size luxury SUV that offers an alternative to the full-size Navigator.

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2003 Lincoln LS trims

2003 LS

MPG City
17-20
MPG Hwy
23

A mid-size luxury sedan, the 2003 Lincoln LS seats five passengers and is available with a V6 or V8 engine.

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2003 Lincoln Navigator trims

2003 Navigator

MPG City
12
MPG Hwy
17

The 2003 Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury SUV available in three trims with or without 4WD, and it boasts a seven-passenger seating capacity.

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2003 Lincoln Town Car trims

2003 Town Car

MPG City
17
MPG Hwy
25

A full-size luxury sedan, the 2003 Lincoln Town Car offers tons of room inside for the passengers and lots of space in the trunk for any cargo, luggage, or groceries.

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For 2003, the Lincoln line-up has been radically updated with every model being either all-new or refreshed. A new addition to the Lincoln luxury division is the Aviator. Based on the same platform used by the Ford Explorer mid-sized sport utility vehicle and sharing its appearance with the Navigator, the 2003 Lincoln Aviator is only offered with a 4.6-liter Modular V-8 engine but is available in rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Returning as a redesigned model for 2003, the Lincoln Navigator has been retuned to greater passenger comfort with features such as power running boards. A more potent 300-horsepower V-8 engine was also found on the 2003 Lincoln Navigator. Also re-engineered for 2003 is the Lincoln Town Car that gains new sheetmetal, suspension and larger wheels. A mid-cycle restyling of the Lincoln LS wears an updated grille and new taillights. The 2003 LS's V-6 and V-8 engines both receive a power enhancement while the manual transmission is no longer available. Permanently absent from the Lincoln lineup starting in 2003 is the Continental. Selling poorly in its only year of production in 2002, the Lincoln Blackwood truck has been withdrawn from the luxury brand.