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I like the steering wheel design, and the wood color in the Zephyr.

I don't like the gauges in the Aviator whatsoever. But I do like both grille designs.

Beautiful cars overall. Lincoln is losing its mind with these alphabet soup designations.

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I like the X inside and out... it's no wonder why consumers prefer unibody utes; the X has three times the visual rear legroom than the Explorer.

I like the Z, too. The interior scheme is definitely cool... the exterior would benefit from a lower ride height.

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These almost make up for the alarmingly ugly Navigator and the hillarious Mark LT.

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Both cars look great, and the Zephyer's interior looks very nice in black. My only problem with the Zephyer is that the rear end could have been better if it was like the prototype's...but still a very handsome car overall, and the new V6 is nice.

My only other complaint is that both center stacks look identical...oh well, at least their painted silver and not flat black plastic.

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