You'll be able to get up to $3,000 off for the rest of the year.
The Ford Edge is being handed a fairly generous discount for the remainder of the year and the first three months of 2023. Discounts vary based on the region, but some deals include a $3,000 cash bonus bundled with a low APR for financing.
In New York and Detroit, Ford is offering the Edge with a 2.9 percent APR for 60 months. Over in Miami, this is bundled with a $1,500 cash bonus while Los Angeles buyers get the best deal with a 1.9% APR for 72 months and the aforementioned $3,000 cash bonus. These are not all of the deals that are currently available for the Edge, so it is recommended that you check with your local dealer to see what discount is available in your region.
Buyers interested in taking advantage of this deal must take delivery of the Edge by January 3, 2023 and shoould be aware that residency restrictions do apply. You also cannot have access to this deal via special finance, leasing, or other features. For reference, the current Ford Edge range starts at $37,945 for the SE and $46,485 for the flagship ST. The $1,495 destination charge applies to all models.
This discount comes at a fitting time now that we have learned that 2023 will be the final year for the Ford Edge together with the Lincoln Nautilus with no confirmed successor set to take its place. There are rumors that a variation of the Chinese-specific Evos may arrive as a replacement, possibly with an electrified powertrain.
For those not familiar, the Evos is a more stylish interpretation of the brand's current compact SUV with its sloping C-pillar which gives it a fastback-like silhouette. This model has also been fitted with the brand's phenomenal 27-inch 4K resolution widescreen digital display unit that stretches from the instrument cluster to the passenger.
The drivetrain, consisting of the brand's 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder EcoBoost and eight-speed automatic transmission driving the front wheels, looks promising too but it doesn't fit into Ford USA's current EV-focused strategy. The Ford Evos rides on the brand's C2 platform which also carries the current Maverick, Bronco Sport, and Escape.