Used Ford Edge

March 24th, 2017 by
Used Ford Edge

The Ford Edge is a large crossover SUV with a sturdy reputation for utility and sedan-like driving dynamics. Families love its roomy cabin, which comfortably seats up to five passengers. The modern Edge treats passengers to ample power, a high-quality interior, and a long list of convenience features.

Used Ford Edge

2011 – 2015

2nd Gen Edge

2nd-Gen-Ford-Edge

The second generation Ford Edge models are available as four trims: the base SE, midrange SEL, upscale Limited, and punchy Sport. All models are equipped with enough standard features to create a comfortable, convenient ride.

The SEL and Limited introduce a wide range of modern luxuries. Heated front seats keep driver and passenger cozy during winter months. Users can interact with helpful infotainment features via the MyFord Touch interface. This infotainment system comes with three display screens, and its audio, phone, and navigation functions are accessible by voice or touch control. A rearview camera lets drivers reverse as safely as possible.

The Sport comes with many of the Limited’s upscale features, but adds performance-enhancing hardware. A sport-tuned suspension creates a more athletic performance. Its unique exterior styling sets it apart from the other Edge models.

Under the hood, the Ford Edge is equipped with a standard 3.5-liter V6 engine that makes 285 horsepower. The Sport comes with a more powerful engine, a 3.7-liter V6 that generates up to 305 horses. Both engines are equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission for a smooth, comfortable ride.

An optional engine is available for all Ford Edge models but the Sport. This 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder produces 240 horses. It’s also paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. It lives up to its name – the EcoBoost – by achieving an impressive 24 mpg combined.

2007 – 2010

1st Gen Edge

1st-Gen-Ford-Edge

The original Ford Edge was available as three trim models: the SE, SEL, and SEL Plus. The Sport model was introduced two years into the generation. Like the modern version, the Edge was a midsize crossover that seated up to five passengers.

On the road, its composed handling and 265-horsepower V6 engine set it apart from competitors. Passengers could always expect a smooth, quiet ride, even at highway speeds.

In back, drivers could load an impressive 32 cubic feet of cargo space with shopping hauls and sporting equipment. All models came with a healthy list of standard safety features, maximizing passenger protection.

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