The Ford Edge is a midsize crossover for those who are looking for a stylish but practical utility. Ford introduced the Edge in the model year 2007 year, with the new version of the Edge launched in 2015 for the model year 2015.
If you’re looking for a fun crossover that can carry more than five people comfortably then the Ford Edge is a good vehicle to take a look at. It’s certainly not a sports car however, it handles the road better than many crossovers and has a decent amount of responsiveness. The options for powertrains are strong enough to ensure that the car does not feel slow. The cargo compartment will be where the Edge really shines in the cargo area, so if in search of an average-sized crossover, it’s well worth giving the Edge the chance to look.
Trims and Pricing
Ford has Edge models from Ford. Edge with SE, SEL, Titanium as well as Sport models. SE models have 17-inch alloy wheels with air conditioning, leather upholstery 60/40 split-folding and recline rear seats cruise control as well as a tilt and telescoping steering wheel as well as a digital gauge cluster dual-zone climate control with automatic temperature adjustment with a 6-inch infotainment display as well as an audio system that includes six speakers, a CD player and additional input connector.
The SEL trim includes rear parking sensors keypad entry, automated headlights, an auto dimming rearview mirror satellite radio and voice commands. Bluetooth connectivity 18-inch alloy wheels heated side mirrors with power-adjustable driver’s seat, as well as a wrapped steering wheel in leather.
The Titanium trim includes the power liftgate with hands-free operation as well as new Sony Sound system HD radio as well as the Sync system that integrates MyFord Touch. When you choose the Sport trim adaptive steering, it’s an option along with an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen 20-inch wheels with leather upholstery, tuned suspension with sporty design and a piano black grille heated front seats, as well as an updated sound system.
An Edge has an MSRP of 31,000 dollars for its SE version. The trim level SEL will add about $3,000 to the price of the vehicle, whereas the Titanium raises it by about $4,000. In addition, the Sport trim level increases the MSRP by around $5,000. If you visit an authorized dealer and prove that you’re a member you’ll receive a transparent price that includes savings in the context of a hassle-free shopping experience.
Engine and Performance
The base engine of the Edge is an 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, which produces 250 horsepower and 272 lb.-ft. of torque. The Sport models run an 2.7-liter V-6 EcoBoost engine that produces minimum 300 horsepower. The engines are all equipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission that can be changed manually with paddle shifters mounted located on the wheel. Front-wheel drive is the standard feature, however all-wheel drive is an option.
Inside, the Edge features a sleek, two-tone design that can be altered by the color of the seats customers select. The infotainment display and the digital gauge clusters are simple to refer to while driving. Additionally, the majority of interior materials offer premium feeling. The front seats are comfortable with great padding, yet they remain comfortable enough.
The cargo space can be 39.2 cubic feet when the rear seats in place This will be more than sufficient space to carry five suitcases. The folding of the rear seats increases the cargo space up to 73.4 cubic feet.