# Lincoln Aviator Resale Value and Depreciation

See how much the Lincoln Aviator depreciates and retains its value over a 3-, 5-, 7- and 10-year timeframe.

Depreciation is the single largest factor in the cost of owning a vehicle. That means knowing how much a vehicle depreciates over time and how well it will hold its value is important. iSeeCars analyzed over 15 million vehicles to determine how much each model depreciates over a 3-, 5-, 7- and 10-year period. Typically, five years is the timeframe used to evaluate and compare depreciation across vehicles.

A new Lincoln Aviator depreciates 57.9 percent after five years, resulting in a resale value of $24,041. In comparison, the luxury large SUV category, which the Lincoln Aviator belongs to, loses 57.4 percent of its value after five years. For further context, the five-year depreciation for all SUVs is 45.3 percent and for all vehicles is 42 percent.

If you plan to drive a new Lincoln Aviator for shorter or longer than five years, check the depreciation data for the other time periods. After three years, an Lincoln Aviator sees a depreciation of 36.1 percent with a resale value of $36,468. Its 7-year depreciation is 69.9 percent and 10-year depreciation is 78.4 percent.

### Lincoln Aviator

Depreciation is the single largest factor in the cost of owning a vehicle. That means knowing how much a vehicle depreciates over time and how well it will hold its value is important. iSeeCars analyzed over 15 million vehicles to determine how much each model depreciates over a 3-, 5-, 7- and 10-year period. Typically, five years is the timeframe used to evaluate and compare depreciation across vehicles.

A new Lincoln Aviator depreciates 57.9 percent after five years, resulting in a resale value of $24,041. In comparison, the luxury large SUV category, which the Lincoln Aviator belongs to, loses 57.4 percent of its value after five years. For further context, the five-year depreciation for all SUVs is 45.3 percent and for all vehicles is 42 percent.

If you plan to drive a new Lincoln Aviator for shorter or longer than five years, check the depreciation data for the other time periods. After three years, an Lincoln Aviator sees a depreciation of 36.1 percent with a resale value of $36,468. Its 7-year depreciation is 69.9 percent and 10-year depreciation is 78.4 percent.

#### Lincoln Aviator Depreciation After 3, 5, 7 and 10 Years

#### Lincoln Aviator Depreciation and Resale Value

Vehicle Age | % Depreciation | $ Depreciation | % Residual Value | $ Residual Value |
---|---|---|---|---|

3 Years |
36.1% |
$20,627 |
63.9% |
$36,468 |

5 Years |
57.9% |
$33,054 |
42.1% |
$24,041 |

7 Years |
69.9% |
$39,897 |
30.1% |
$17,198 |

10 Years |
78.4% |
$44,772 |
21.6% |
$12,323 |

#### Lincoln Aviator Depreciation Comparison

3-Year Depreciation | 5-Year Depreciation | 7-Year Depreciation | 10-Year Depreciation | |
---|---|---|---|---|

Lincoln Aviator |
36.1% |
57.9% |
69.9% |
78.4% |

All Luxury Large SUVs |
39% |
57.4% |
68.9% |
78.3% |

All SUVs |
32% |
45.3% |
57.4% |
68.7% |

All Cars |
30% |
42% |
53.7% |
65.2% |

##### Depreciation and resale value data for other Lincoln Aviator styles:

### Lincoln Aviator (Plug-in Hybrid)

Depreciation is the single largest factor in the cost of owning a vehicle. That means knowing how much a vehicle depreciates over time and how well it will hold its value is important. iSeeCars analyzed over 15 million vehicles to determine how much each model depreciates over a 3-, 5-, 7- and 10-year period. Typically, five years is the timeframe used to evaluate and compare depreciation across vehicles.

A new Lincoln Aviator depreciates 62.2 percent after five years, resulting in a resale value of $26,535. In comparison, the luxury hybrid large SUV category, which the Lincoln Aviator belongs to, loses 61.7 percent of its value after five years. For further context, the five-year depreciation for all SUVs is 45.3 percent and for all vehicles is 42 percent.

If you plan to drive a new Lincoln Aviator for shorter or longer than five years, check the depreciation data for the other time periods. After three years, an Lincoln Aviator sees a depreciation of 40 percent with a resale value of $42,092. Its 7-year depreciation is 74.3 percent and 10-year depreciation is 82.7 percent.

#### Lincoln Aviator (Plug-in Hybrid) Depreciation After 3, 5, 7 and 10 Years

#### Lincoln Aviator (Plug-in Hybrid) Depreciation and Resale Value

Vehicle Age | % Depreciation | $ Depreciation | % Residual Value | $ Residual Value |
---|---|---|---|---|

3 Years |
40% |
$28,098 |
60% |
$42,092 |

5 Years |
62.2% |
$43,655 |
37.8% |
$26,535 |

7 Years |
74.3% |
$52,127 |
25.7% |
$18,063 |

10 Years |
82.7% |
$58,037 |
17.3% |
$12,153 |

#### Lincoln Aviator (Plug-in Hybrid) Depreciation Comparison

3-Year Depreciation | 5-Year Depreciation | 7-Year Depreciation | 10-Year Depreciation | |
---|---|---|---|---|

Lincoln Aviator (Plug-in Hybrid) |
40% |
62.2% |
74.3% |
82.7% |

All Luxury Hybrid Large SUVs |
41.6% |
61.7% |
74.7% |
83.9% |

All SUVs |
32% |
45.3% |
57.4% |
68.7% |

All Cars |
30% |
42% |
53.7% |
65.2% |

## Methodology

iSeeCars analyzed over 15 million vehicles to calculate the depreciation and resale value for each model after 3, 5, 7, and 10 years. The depreciation for a given model is calculated from the difference between the new car price and the used car price for the model at each age. Factors such as the carâs automaker and vehicle segment are taken into account in iSeeCars' mathematical model to estimate resale value and depreciation. Various segment averages are also calculated for context.