Ford hasn't gone overboard with the ST's exterior styling. There's just enough to let other parents in the school parking lot know that your crossover is faster and therefore superior. ST-specific enhancements include 20-inch alloys, a black hexagonal mesh grille, some fake vents, LED headlights and taillights, dual exhaust pipes, body-color front and rear lower fascias, and a phony diffuser.
The Edge ST is a sizable crossover with an overall length of 188.8 inches, with a 112.2-inch wheelbase. It's 68.3 inches high, with 8.2 inches of ground clearance. Excluding the mirrors, the width measures 75.9 inches. The regular Edge has a maximum weight of 4,122 pounds, while the ST adds a significant amount of weight and comes in at 4,515 lbs. This weight difference is primarily due to the heavier V6 mounted under the ST's hood, compared to the lightweight 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder in the regular Edge.
|Ford Edge ST Trims||ST|
|Max Width||75.9 in.|
|Ford Edge ST Trims||Curb Weight|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||20" x 9"|
|Rear Wheel Size||20" x 9"|
There are seven colors to choose from, with five being no-cost options. These five are Agate Black, Iconic Silver, Carbonized Gray, Stone Blue, and Forged Geen, the latter two new for 2022. Rapid Red ($495) and Star White ($795) cost extra. Ford Performance Blue and Lithium Gray no longer appear on the 2022 palette. The 21-inch gloss-black alloy wheels are a $995 optional extra, but to fit them, you have to order an additional options package that retails for around $5k. That means the total cost of 21-inch alloy wheels is around $6k.