You can find 15 different owner's manuals for the Ford Edge on this page that are in the PDF format.
The years available stretch from 2007 through to 2021 and to view the manual you just click the name underneath.
In 2021 the Edge was removed from sale in Europe due to low sales. The Chinese version of the car featuring 3 rows of seating (known as the Edge Plus) was given a facelift and now features 2 displays in the dashboard.
In 2020 Ford announced that the Australian version of the car (called the Endura) would be discontinued in the following year. During this year the CD player was removed from all versions of the car but dual-climate control was added.
Edge's sold during 2019 benefit from a midcycle facelift bringing a new design similar to the Explorer. Inside the crossover, SUV occupants are entertained by the B&O Play surround sound system that replaces the existing Sony system.
In 2018 the Edge was introduced to the Australian market for the first time and the turbodiesel engine was replaced by a more economical EcoBlue option. During this year Ford also announced that a facelift was due in the following 12 months.
2017 Ford Edge models are part of the second-generation design and this year also marks the peak of its sales in the USA, at 142,603 units sold that year.
In 2016 the new second-generation Edge was introduced into Europe for the first time and given a new turbodiesel engine option. 2016 also saw the SUV given a near-perfect score by NHTSA for safety missing out on only one star due to rollover-risk.
2015 marks the start of the second generation for the Edge. The new exterior design matches the Taurus and Explorer and inside the car, the driver is aided with new technology such as a rear-view camera and a six-speed PowerShift transmission.
2014 marks the end for the first-generation Ford Edge with orders being taken later this year for the following model year.
The 2013 Edge is a late example of the first-generation model that had recently been treated to a facelift that brought new bumpers and a front-fascia.
2012 models of the Ford Edge are part of the first generation of design and also benefit from a recent facelift performed in the previous year that brought new styling changes and economical engines.
In 2011 the Ford Edge saw a facelift that brought exterior changes as well as interior and a refresh of the engine choices. From the outside, the car was made slightly shorter and slightly wider with new bumpers and wheels.
About The Ford Edge
Since 2006 the Ford Edge has been seeing steady increases in sales thanks to its impressive safety rating when compared to other SUVs.
The platform of the Edge is shared with the Fusion from the same manufacturer and the MKX from Lincoln.
First-generation models of this car were also produced by Mazda who badged it as the CX-9.
Originally, the first-generation model was available in a wide range of trims and engine sizes ranging from a sensible 2-liter turbo petrol through to a powerful 3.7-liter 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.
Safety ratings achieved by the Edge have varied, originally on the first model, the score was 5 out of 5 stars for most things though the 2011 model lost a few stars on the frontal occupant’s safety.
With the most recent version (2015 release) the car saw its rating rocket to an even better one than the first generation only losing 1 star overall to rollover risk (as is common with SUVs).
The 2019 face-lift of the Ford Edge brought new entertainment technology with a new modern and 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.
Alongside this trim was the standard ones too that you can choose from in recent years such as:
- SEL Plus