Used 2016 Ford Edge SUV
Ford Edge SUV
The 5-passenger 2016 Ford Edge delivers power, economy and a smooth ride in an aggressively styled midsize SUV of multiple personalities.
2016 Ford Edge Pricing
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2016 Ford Edge KBB Expert Review
Ford’s 2016 Edge midsize- crossover SUV challenges the best domestic and import rivals by offering a wide variety of trims, engines and options. The Edge’s styling is aggressive without going overboard, making it a nice fit between the wildly styled Nissan Murano and the more sedate VW Touareg. The Edge offers plenty of room front and rear, as well as a generous cargo bay. Because Ford chose a car-based chassis, the Edge delivers exceptional ride and handling abilities, yet when equipped with all-wheel drive (AWD), can still venture into light off-road situations. The Edge has been engineered to be an exceptionally quiet vehicle, helping it compete with higher priced SUVs such as the Audi Q5 and BMW X3.
You'll Like This Car If...
If you’re seeking a well-equipped 5-passenger crossover SUV that allows multiple personalization, engine and equipment choices, the 2016 Ford Edge will definitely excite you. Enthusiast drivers will love the Sport trim’s EcoBoost V6, which delivers an impressive 315 horsepower.
You May Not Like This Car If...
If you need a car with a 3rd-row seat, a sub-$30,000 price tag or excellent off-road skills, you’ll need to look to a Toyota Highlander, Hyundai Santa Fe Sport and Jeep Grand Cherokee, in that order. Ford’s EcoBoost engines are not as fuel-efficient as some rivals.
What's New for 2016
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.
We’re impressed with the 2016 Ford Edge’s ability to balance power, efficiency and refinement in a package that is both agile and comfortable. Last year’s overhaul brought vast improvements to structural rigidity and suspension components, making the Edge feel livelier than the Toyota Highlander or Jeep Grand Cherokee. The 2.0-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder may be small, but it pumps out a respectable 245 horsepower and can tow up to 3,500 pounds. It can also be had with either front- or all-wheel-drive layouts. Fuel economy is also quite good with this engine, making us wonder why anyone would opt for the more fuel-thirsty V6. Inside, the 2016 Ford Edge SUV impresses with its quiet cabin, comfortable seats and attractively designed layout. Those looking for a more performance-oriented ride will appreciate the Sport trim’s 315-horsepower 2.7-liter turbocharged engine, variable-ratio power steering, sport-tuned suspension and standard AWD.
2.7-LITER ECOBOOST V6 ENGINE
Who says bigger is better? Ford’s 2016 Edge SUV offers a modest 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 engine, the same unit used to move the full-size F-150 pickup. Standard in the Sport trim, this engine makes the Edge one of the most powerful midsize SUVs in the segment.
LUXURY FEATURES, MAINSTREAM BADGE
Ford’s interiors of late have really been impressive, and the 2016 Edge crossover SUV is no exception. Offering such high-end amenities as climate-controlled seats, a power-adjustable steering column, a panoramic moonroof and front and rear cameras, the Edge can compete with luxury models costing thousands more.
The 2016 Ford Edge retains a 2-row, 5-passenger layout offering more room for both people and cargo. The Edge's large exterior and form-fitting seats yield generous legroom for both front and rear passengers, with the rear seats offering an impressive 40.6 inches. Cargo capacity is 39.2 cubic feet with the rear seats up and 73.4 with them folded. The cabin has a fresh, premium design. Ford has moved away from the idea of adaptive-touch controls, equipping the Edge with hard buttons for audio and climate controls. Ford's revamped Sync 3 is a vast improvement over the MyFord Touch system it replaces.
For 2016, the Edge appears familiar yet new. Its basic shape remains squat and strong, but its appearance overall seems sleeker and more athletic. Up front, the 2016 Edge features Ford's big, trapezoidal grille that also makes the Fusion sedan a standout. On turbocharged models, that same grille can be had with active shutters, which automatically open and close to optimize aerodynamics and, thus, overall efficiency. At the rear, the Edge features a nicely-sloped taper, and all models boast dual exhaust outlets. Newly available is Ford's hands-free liftgate system, which automatically opens the rear liftgate with a swing of your foot.
Notable Standard Equipment
The 2016 Ford Edge comes in four trims: SE, SEL, Titanium and Sport. Spend the least on a base SE and you'll still get a high-tech turbocharged engine, keyless entry and push-button start, rearview camera, cloth seats with 6-way-manual driver's adjustment, and 18-inch wheels. Infotainment is brought to you by a 6-speaker AM/FM/CD system with USB input and Bluetooth connectivity. SEL models add power driver and passenger seats, dual-zone climate control and satellite radio. Titanium models ladle on Sony premium audio, the hands-free liftgate, leather, heated front seats, and Sync with MyFord Touch infotainment.
Notable Optional Equipment
There’s a long list of options for Ford’s 2016 Edge SUV, running the gamut from pragmatic to purely entertaining. Of the former, all-wheel drive can be had for better traction. Other notable features include a forward-facing camera to aid in parking, blind-spot monitoring, forward-collision and lane-keeping warning systems, and inflatable rear safety belts. A parking-assist system is also available that aids in parallel and perpendicular parking. Titanium and Sport models offer Ford's first use of adaptive steering, which varies response based on speed. Other amenities include heated/ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and a rear-seat entertainment system.
Under the Hood
Three engines are available in the 2016 Ford Edge. Standard on SE, SEL and Titanium models is a 2.0-liter EcoBoost turbocharged 4-cylinder. In addition to powering the standard front-wheel-drive (FWD) models, the small but mighty powerplant is also offered with all-wheel drive (AWD). Optional on the SEL and Titanium is a carryover 3.5-liter V6. Top-line Sport models come with the most potent offering, the new, 315-horsepower 2.7-liter EcoBoost turbocharged V6 and AWD. All models continue to use Ford's well-integrated 6-speed automatic transmission. All also have a Sport mode for quicker acceleration, and paddle shifters replace the awkward manual-shift buttons formerly on the side of the gear selector.
2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 (SE, SEL, Titanium)
245 horsepower @ 5,500 rpm
275 lb-ft of torque @ 3,000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 21/30 mpg (FWD), 20/28 mpg (AWD)
3.5-liter V6 (SEL, Titanium)
280 horsepower @ 6,500 rpm
250 lb-ft of torque @ 4,000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 18/26 mpg (FWD), 17/25 mpg (AWD)
2.7-liter turbocharged V6 (Sport)
315 horsepower @ 4,750 rpm
350 lb-ft of torque @ 2,750 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 17/24 mpg (AWD)
The 2016 Ford Edge has a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting a few hundred dollars under $30,000 for an SE model. The SEL starts around $32,700, the Titanium model bows around $36,500, and the top-line Sport starts near $41,300. Adding AWD to any variant costs roughly $2,000. Fully loaded, an Edge Sport can pass $47,000. At these prices, the Edge nearly mimics its closest competitor, the 2016 Nissan Murano. The Edge is also in line with the Jeep Grand Cherokee and a 6-cylinder Subaru Outback. A less expensive 2-row, 5-passenger SUV is the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, though it's available only in 4-cylinder form. A pricier alternative is the VW Touareg. Before buying, check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others are paying for their new Edge. We expect the Edge to hold average resale value, lower than the Jeep Grand Cherokee and much lower than the Subaru Outback.
Ford Edge Consumer Reviews
May 09, 2019
Best SUV ever
I have owned several SUVs in my lifetime; Hondas, Toyotas, and several Ford Explorers and this Ford Edge is the best one I have owned....
January 20, 2019
Excellent mid-size SUV, handling, ride and mpg.
This SUV is better than expected: It rides and handles well and has competitive fuel economy. The power level is pretty good. When you...
January 15, 2019
We love this vehicle
I wanted a slightly larger and heavier SUV but didnt need three rows of seats. This SUV rides as well as my F150, holds the road and...
December 10, 2018
Solid performance & Interior detail
Ford does a great job at packaging all the creature comforts that anyone would need, with additional add-ons as required. This vehicle...
October 10, 2018
Most comfortable vehicle ever
The 2018 Ford Edge is extremely comfortable, the ride is smooth and yet sporty. The interior finish is elegant, mine is an SEL with...
September 17, 2018
My wife pick this car it is hers. she loves it,I like it./
June 13, 2018
Love this car
Great ride whether in town or on the road.
March 07, 2018
WOW! Beats many luxury vehicles on the market
WOW! Beats many luxury vehicles on the market today. extremely comfortable, great features, smooth ride, great power, roomy, plenty of...
February 07, 2018
10+ Rating on scale of 1-10 Excellent car
Previously had 2 Mercedes...... This car is by far the best all-round. Roomy, pleasant to drive, great gas mileage. Really pleased...
January 06, 2018
Best value in 2-row SUVs
Researched/test drove various SUVs for months; always came back to Edge Sport. Best value in comparably-equipped mid-size SUVs. Nixed...