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2017 Ford Edge

Only minor changes are in store for the 2017 Ford Edge, which was totally revamped just two years ago. This year's updates include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration for the optional Sync 3 infotainment system, new exterior colors, and a windshield wiper with de-icer included in the Cold Weather package.

2016 Ford Edge

The Sport trim receives a number of upgrades including adaptive power steering, a power rear liftgate, a power adjustable steering column and all-wheel drive. All models gain keyless entry with push-button start, while new options include the Sync 3 infotainment system. The V6 option is dropped from the SE trim.

2015 Ford Edge

All new "from wheels to roof," as Ford puts it, the new Edge is slightly larger than its predecessor and features more interior room, new engine choices, and the brand's best technology and amenities. The Sport trim now boasts a 2.7-liter turbocharged V6, and a premium Titanium trim joins the lineup.

About Ford Edge

The 2017 Ford Edge is a solid choice for those wanting a well-rounded midsize-crossover SUV but who don't need a third row of seats. This 2-row configuration and the Edge's squat dimensions grant ample room for passengers and cargo. The Edge is tailored for a compliant, sedan-like ride rather than the rugged ways of a Jeep Grand Cherokee or Subaru Outback. Starting at nearly $30,000, the 2017 Edge's premium nature is reflected in a price that is higher than a 2-row Kia Sorento, and similar to the aggressively styled Nissan Murano. By contrast, the Ford's design is conservative yet handsome. The Edge offers a robust suite of safety and tech features, and a trio of engines ranging from an efficient 4-cylinder to a twin-turbo V6.