The Ford Edge might not be the most exciting car to look at in the parking lot, but it's still a handsome thing, and it was updated last year to freshen things up. The SE features 18-inch silver-painted alloy wheels, while sporty models such as the ST-Line get 20-inch Premium Gloss Black wheels. Standard exterior features include Bi-LED low and high beam headlamps with auto on/off, and color-coded door handles, along with privacy glass on the rear doors, quarter, and liftgate windows. ST-Line models get LED fog lamps, and a panoramic vista roof is optional on all trims except the SE.
Classified as a mid-sized SUV, the Ford Edge shares similar dimensions to the Nissan Murano. This vehicle's large size will be appealing to those with families looking for a spacious vehicle. The total length of the Edge is 188.8 inches, and it rolls on a 112.2-inch wheelbase. The total width is 75.9 inches, excluding the wing mirrors, and the Edge is 68.3 inches tall. The curb weight is 4,122 pounds.
|Ford Edge Trims||SE||SEL||ST-Line||Titanium|
|Max Width||75.9 in.||75.9 in.||75.9 in.||75.9 in.|
|Length||188.8 in.||188.8 in.||188.8 in.||188.8 in.|
|Height||68.3 in.||68.3 in.||68.3 in.||68.3 in.|
|Wheelbase||112.2 in.||112.2 in.||112.2 in.||112.2 in.|
|Ford Edge Trims||Curb Weight|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||18" x 8"|
|Rear Wheel Size||18" x 8"|
Starting with the base SE model, you get to choose from seven colors including a new color, namely Forged Green. The others are Agata Black, Iconic Silver, Atlas Blue, Carbonized Gray, Oxford White, and Stone Blue. The SEL adds extra-cost colors such as Rapid Red and Burgundy Velvet for $495 or Star White for $995. With minor differences, the ST-Line and Titanium offer most of these colors. The sporty ST-Line looks especially good in Agate Black or Rapid Red. Desert Gold and Lithium Gray have been discontinued.