The Ford Maverick II significantly gives way to the Lincoln in the field of amount of horses under the hood having them by 182 hp less. Therefore the engine of the Lincoln Aviator 4.6 i V8 32V 306HP manual, as opposed to the Ford Maverick II, provides lots of power and rapid acceleration.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
If a fast driving is what you are really in to, the Lincoln Aviator fits you better as it’s
acceleration to 100 km/h is
faster in comparison to
Trunk capacity with seats down
The top speed of the Lincoln Aviator is greater as compared to this of the Ford Maverick II which allows to drive the same distance on the highway faster. The difference at the level of 8 percent is not big and is imperceptible in everyday use.
The width of the vehicle influences on passanger's inner room as well as stability of driving. The Lincoln Aviator 4.6 i V8 32V 306HP manual is 101 millimeters wider when compared to the Ford. It is clearly perceptible by driver and passenger in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The winner of this comparison in the category of fuel tank capacity is Lincoln which is able to carry by 27 liters more fuel in relation to the Ford Maverick II.
Lincoln has 11 percent longer wheelbase in comparison to the Ford Maverick II 2.0 i 16V 124HP manual. A longer wheelbase provides more stable and comfortable ride, especially when driving fast. It also gives more storage space. However, vehicles with a longer wheelbase are not as maneuverable as those with a shorter wheelbase.
The engine size of the Ford Maverick II 2.0 i 16V 124HP manual is so much lower ( the difference amounts to 2,611 cubic centimeters when compared to the Ford Maverick II, that it is hard to take the decision which one is worth buying. These cars are so different that on the ground of information concerning engine displacement we can only choose between engine’s performance and car’s economy.
Maximum load capacity
The Lincoln Aviator 4.6 i V8 32V 306HP manual is 515 mm longer than the Ford Maverick II. The length of the car plays a role in terms of driving comfort and room in the boot. The Lincoln Aviator preasumbly will be offering to it's users more room for legs. Aditionally the Lincoln Aviator will be better driven but the Ford Maverick II will be a slightly easier for parking due to shorter length of the body.
An engine in the shape of a V is a
better version of a
engine with cylinders arranged in a straight
which in our opinion} is
adventages. Engine of V configuration
installed in a the Lincoln
gives more torque at lower RPM ranges because of
the power stroke coming from 2 sides of the crankshaft. This type of
motor can contain more
cylinders without significant growth in its
Smooth engine work and nicer sound is
to a V engine’s advantage.
Model release date
Because of the fact that the Ford Maverick II's production began only 3 years earlier than the Lincoln, the distance in technology applied in both vehicles shouldn’t be really huge, however, the Lincoln Aviator 4.6 i V8 32V 306HP manual might have a bit more advanced solutions used in it.
If you are a tall driver or you happen to carry in the trunk thinks of large size, the Lincoln Aviator 4.6 i V8 32V 306HP manual, which is by 90 millimeters higher than the Ford, would be better pick for you. However, these two vehicles do not differ much when it comes to its height and it should not be much perceptible.