You, there, are looking for a new journey. You got patriotism: All six Rock Movies are in your Netflix queue, not even a question V. You have a family, and goods, and enough money to take them both in style.
Take a look, then, for two new, U.S.-made midsize luxury SUVs: Lincoln & # 39; s Aviator and Cadillac & # 39; s XT6. Both feature V6 engines, three rows, laundry list, and patches starting at about $ 50,000. But which one deserves a place in your garage?
I'll save you the doubt: Here's Lincoln. Whatever your thoughts on Matthew McConaughey's wonderful ads, it's not hard to discern the difference as your feet hit the floor. Lincoln comes with more advanced power, and it pays off. The three-liter V6 V6 engine is translated, and most of its power is available as soon as you post it.
Meanwhile, Caddy naturally expects the V6 to produce 90 less horsepower and very little risk (271 and 415 lb-ft), testing higher RPMs. It is not anemic, but in no way satisfactory, especially considering its fuel economy is only one gallon better than the highway.
The Aviator tip is visible on the inside, too, where you will find more metal and leather, and fewer areas of plastic contact. Not to say that the pilot is alright. Some options appear to be arbitrary rather than driven by operational improvements – such as device selection & # 39; key & # 39; in the selection tool. The XT6 has bright spots like fine tuning, a quiet room, and a solid crash fence – but it's still short.
At this fight, it's Lincoln. But like Rocky, we are waiting for a recovery.
- MSRP: $ 51,000
- Horse Power: 400
- 0-60: 5.4 seconds.
- Torque: 415 lb-ft
- MSRP: $ 52,696
- Horse Power: 310
- 0-60: 6.9 sec.
- Torque: 271 lb-ft
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