About Ford Edge
Launched in 2007, Ford Edge is the first midsize SUV sold by Ford in North America. The Ford Edge is now in its second generation. With a relaxed interior, stable ride, and smooth handling, the Edge rivals some luxury SUVs. Ford's Sync 4 infotainment system, with a large 12-inch touchscreen and wireless connectivity with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, is standard. FCW, AEB with pedestrian detection, BSW, and RCTW are standard. The first-generation Ford Edge debuted at the 2006 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The SEL Plus model, later called the Limited, features leather-trimmed seats, a six-way folding front seat, a second seat with a folding backrest, dual-zone automatic climate control, a SYNC communication system, and 18-inch chrome wheels. In 2008, the SEL Plus trim level was replaced by the Limited trim level.
Ford of Canada announced in June 2007 that a gasoline-electric hybrid version of the Ford Edge would be introduced in 2010. The model would use Ford's new hybrid system, which combines an electric motor with a V6 engine. The Edge's cabin is spacious enough for four adults and offers comfortable space for daily commuting. The interior materials are well-chosen. But the panels could have been better. Otherwise, the interior is simple and unobtrusive, with plenty of room for people and cargo. The redesigned Ford Edge was unveiled at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show and will be available as a 2011 model starting February 12, 2010. Exterior changes include a new front end, new wheels, and a modified bumper. The updated interior features upgraded materials and capacitive touch controls instead of traditional buttons and switches.
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The 2015 Ford Edge has been redesigned with a new familiar grille from the Taurus and Explorer, new headlights, LED headlights, more interior space, and a rearview camera. The new 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine is standard in this generation of Edge. It has a new twin-scroll turbocharger that increases torque at low rpm. Unlike the previous EcoBoost model, the 2015 generation has a towing capacity of 3,500 pounds and is equipped with all-wheel drive. The mid-engine is a V6 with slightly less power. The best engine is the new 2.7-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V6. The Ford Edge was marketed in Europe as a large luxury crossover, with modifications and diesel engines that are 50 percent more expensive than in North America. Due to low sales, the 2019 model was only sold in a few countries, with the last of the inventory sold out in early 2021.
Beginning in 2021, all Ford Edge models will feature a 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a flat-panel display as standard. Wireless smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is available, and SiriusXM satellite radio with 360L is standard. GPS navigation is optional on all models except the base Ford Edge. Spare tires and wheels were previously standard. They were optional starting in 2021. The new ST-Line model features additional exterior and interior elements inspired by the ST model. It features a unique cabin with ActiveX equipment and exclusive black-painted alloy wheels. It is powered by a 2.0-liter EcoBoost I4 turbocharged gasoline engine and an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The previously available leather upholstery on the SEL version has been replaced with ActiveX-treated seating surfaces. A new Titanium Elite package is available for the Titanium version. It includes an exclusive interior color scheme, model-specific exterior elements, and larger tires with exclusive wheels.