Lincoln has always been about the interior, and the latest Lincoln interior, with its expansive, open spaces and large windows, is just one of the elements that make the interior one of its best attributes.
The aviator’s cabin is also the most spacious in the car.
It has two huge decks for two occupants, with plenty of space for sleeping and entertaining.
Its spaciousness also means you can move a couple of seats around to make room for another passenger or two.
The interior’s spaciousness means you’ll probably want to be in one of those two places when you’re out.
Lincoln’s cabin also has lots of seating.
We’ve rounded up some of our favorite seats that are the perfect places to sleep, eat, and hang out when you don’t have a room to spare.
Listed below are the 10 best interior seats in the 2018 Lincoln Aviator.
Seat 1: The standard Lincoln seat is a comfortable, wide, and wide-enough one-seater with lots of legroom.
There are plenty of headrests for those who prefer more upright seating.
The front seats are comfortable, too, and have plenty of armrests and legrests.
There’s a ton of leg room, and a good amount of room behind the seat backs.
It’s just a tad wider than the standard passenger’s seat.
But the wide legroom is only slightly offset from the car’s center of gravity, which is a bit larger than the front seats.
Seat 2: The interior of the standard Lincoln seats is very similar to the standard seating in the standard cabin, but it’s narrower and wider than those seats.
It is also slightly wider than some other seats, and it has a slightly larger headrest for those in the middle.
There is a decent amount of leg and armresting, but you’ll need to take into account that this is a narrow seating area, and you can’t go all the way to the center of the seat for optimal legroom in the center and around the seat.
The rear seatbacks are also wider than in the front, so they don’t offer a good deal of leg, arm, and headresting.
You can’t move the headrest up or down to the front of the vehicle to adjust for the front seat.
In other words, you’ll be using the rear seat to get around the car and the car won’t get to know you, which can be a problem if you’re looking to be inconspicuous.
Seat 3: There are two standard passenger seats that you’ll find on most cars, but there’s another option that’s slightly larger and slightly more comfortable than the other seats.
That’s the standard, rear passenger seat, which has a more spacious headrest and legroom than the two standard seats.
But it’s also wider and more padded than the rest of the cabin.
There will be some legroom when the car is in the driver’s seat, but we recommend moving the seat to a lower spot to make the car seat feel like a proper driver’s chair.
Seat 4: This is a much more spacious and comfortable seat than the seat you might find in the passenger’s spot.
It also has a lot more legroom, but that’s mostly because the car has a little more space for the back seats.
This seat has two large headrest areas and a larger, slightly more padded armrest.
It offers more leg room than the passenger seat.
It can also accommodate more people in the rear, so it’s perfect for couples or groups.
Seat 5: This seat is actually more comfortable for a passenger than the one you find in a passenger seat in the back.
It still has a comfortable headrest, but the headboard is wider and the armrest is slightly higher.
It fits well on the back, which makes it easier to use while sitting.
The seats have headrest controls and a full armrest, so the car isn’t moving when you use them.
Seat 6: The seats are larger and more comfortable, but this one is a little narrower than the others.
You’ll have to use the arm rest to adjust the width of the headroom.
Seat 7: The driver’s position is very different than the driver position on most other cars, and there’s also a different headrest angle.
It takes up less space in the interior than the car seats, but also requires a bit more elbow room when the driver is sitting in the same position as the driver.
This is also a very comfortable seat, especially for the driver, and if you have a large family, this is the perfect place to sleep.
Seat 8: The seat is slightly wider and longer than the seats in Seat 7, so you’ll have a bit of extra legroom and armroom.
It only has one armrest and one arm rest.
Seat 9: This one is slightly larger than all of the other seat options in the cabin, and has a much larger headroom