2019 Ford Edge

   

Overview

   

The 2019 Ford Edge has a new look and more technology than ever before, including Ford Co-Pilot360, a suite of driver-assist features that comes standard across all trims. The popular crossover, which is available with all-wheel drive, shows off its new look in the form of a restyled body, front grille, hood, and wheels. Fuel economy has been improved with a switch to an 8-speed automatic transmission, and the four-cylinder turbo-charged base engine has gained 5 horsepower over the last model year. There's also a twin-turbo 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 that boasts class-best horsepower and comes standard on the sporty ST trim.

   
     

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Trims and Standard Equipment

There are four trim levels of the 2019 Edge: SE, SEL, Titanium, and ST. The SE, SEL, and Titanium trims all come with a 2.0-liter turbocharged Twin-Scroll EcoBoost engine paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission; auto start-stop technology is included to save fuel at red lights and other idling situations. A rear-view camera, push-button start, a rotary gear shifter, a blind-spot monitor, and a post-crash alert system are some of the additional standard features on the base Edge SE.

The SEL trim adds a reverse sensing system, an upgraded audio system, power-adjustable front seats, and an additional USB port. The Titanium trim receives a hands-free liftgate, a wireless device charging pad, heated front seats, and remote start. The performance-focused ST trim comes with the most powerful V6 engine in its class, a 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6 EcoBoost that delivers 335 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque. Ford's Intelligent All-Wheel Drive disconnect comes standard on the ST trim, as do paddle shifters for more driving control.


Safety

The 2019 Edge made waves by being the first Ford to come standard across all trim levels with the automaker's Co-Pilot360 driver-assistive suite, which includes a backup camera, a blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, rain-sensing wipers, automatic high beams, and a lane-keeping system. Other advanced technologies are available to add to this active safety bundle, such as adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, a 180-degree front camera with washer, enhanced park assist, evasive steering assist, and lane centering.

Another new standard feature is the SOS Post-Crash Alert System, which alerts passers-by and first responders to a vehicle's location in the event of an airbag or safety-belt pretensioner activation. The alert starts the hazard lights and automatically sounds the horn. A perimeter alarm is optional on all trims but standard on the Titanium.


Technology

All trims come with intelligent access push-button start and a remote keyless entry system, plus the Co-Pilot360 bundle (blind spot monitor, lane-keeping system, pre-collision assist, auto high beams, and more). The trims above SE all come with a reverse-sensing system as well. A wireless charging pad comes standard on the Titanium to allow you to charge your devices without a power cord.

The base SYNC infotainment system is standard on the S trim and it has a six-speaker voice-activated system with AM/FM radio and MP3 player. On the higher trims, it is upgraded to the SYNC 3 system, which includes upgraded audio, more speakers, voice-activated navigation, SiriusXM Traffic, and SYNC AppLink for managing device applications; the top two trims get a Bang & Olufsen brand audio system. The standard FordPass Connect allows the driver to monitor their vehicle's systems - check fuel and fluid levels, get service reminders, and schedule service visits, plus find fuel and compare prices, and locate and pay ahead for parking.


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