Sharing its car-based platform with the Taurus sedan, the Ford Edge sits squarely in the crossover realm, pitting it against competitors like the Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot, and Chevrolet Traverse. Front-wheel drive is standard, and the Edge can seat up to seven people in three rows in a powerful packaging All-wheel drive ford edge. All-wheel drive with Ford’s Terrain Management System is optional. The MyFord Touch system, with touch-sensitive and voice-activated controls, is also optional.
Base, SE, Limited and Sport trim levels are offered. All three come with V-6 power; the turbo four-cylinder is optional on front-wheel-drive models.
- Grille finish based on trim level
- Standard 17-inch steel wheels and black plastic side moldings
- SE models have body-colored door handles, painted black mirrors and 18-inch alloy wheels
Under the Hood
- Standard 290-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine
- engines drive a six-speed automatic transmission and can run on gas
- All-wheel drive
- Available Terrain Management System adapts drivetrain settings to suit one of four environments: pavement, snow, sand or mud