Ford Edge SUVs

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2018 Ford Edge

Changes to Ford’s 2018 Edge crossover SUV are mostly cosmetic. A new SEL Sport Package is offered this year with blacked-out headlight bezels and Magnetic Metallic paint covering the grille, mirror caps, 10-spoke 19-inch wheels and rear spoiler. Inside, unique cloth seats with suede inserts augment Copper Sands appliques.

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.

About Ford Edge

As more midsize-crossover SUVs morph into larger 7-passenger SUVs, it’s nice to know the 2018 Ford Edge remains a roomy, 5-passenger offering brimming with style, power and features. Ford’s 2018 Edge crossover SUV delivers car-like ride and handling plus the ability to tackle deep snow and light off-road trails. Although softer than a Jeep Grand Cherokee or Subaru Outback, the Edge nevertheless offers a number of sporty trims that can run circles around the Outback. Towing is another area where the Edge has a leg up on the Subaru. The Edge’s premium look and feel don’t come cheap, however, and you can save thousands buying an entry-level (but less well-equipped) SUV from Subaru, Kia or Nissan.

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