Since 2006 the Ford Edge has been seeing steady increases in sales thanks to its impressive safety rating when compared to other SUV’s.
The first generation model was available in a wide range of trims and engine sizes ranging from a sensible 2 litre turbo petrol through to a powerful 3.7 litre V6.
You were also able to choose between a front wheel drive chassis or a rear wheel drive one though that has been scrapped and you can only have four wheel drive on more recent models.
The safety ratings achieved by the Edge have varied, originally on the first model it was 5 out of 5 stars for most things though the 2011 model lost a few stars on the frontal occupant’s safety.
The most recent version (2015 release) saw the ratings rocket to even better than the first generation only losing 1 star overall to rollover risk (as is common with SUV’s).
The 2019 face-lift of the Ford Edge brought new entertainment technology with a new modern stylish design of the exterior. A new trim level called “ST” includes a performance twin turbo V6 engine and aggressive styling for customers wanting to upgrade.