2019 Ford Edge continues with attractiveness and popularity that started a few years ago and one of the SUVs that continues with selling in the US, as the opposite of many other models from this manufacturer. Ford is a leader on SUV market, that is for sure, with more than 800,000 units sold by now, which is much higher than other models have been sold. They expect the same success with this suv.
2019 Ford Edge is made on the same platform as the current model, with many upgrades and changes. The car is modernized and follows market demands. There is impressive and wide mesh trapezoidal grille with large LED front lights and wide air intake on the bottom. The rear end is rounded, higher than the front one and has metallic protection on the bottom. There are two squared exhausts and wide spoiler on the top of the rear window as a protection. The car is very attractive and handsome; with only a few lines that make it highly modern.
Not only that the new 2019 Ford Edge is completely changed, but it comes with fully redesigned cabin and new equipment. In terms of design, there is the same simple cabin with wide dashboard and modest but attractive details in chrome. Center cluster is visible and wide, with only needed buttons and commands. When it comes to technology, there are things like steering assist, adaptive cruise control, Wi-Fi connection for even 10 devices and many more.
There is a huge change in 2019 Ford Edge when it comes to the engine. According to the Motor Authority, there are two possible engines that will be offered in this model. First one is 2.7-liter V6 Eco Boost engine with 335 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque. This engine has much lower fuel economy than last year model. Besides that is offered a 2.0-liter Eco Boost four-cylinder engine with 250 horsepower of strength and 275 pound-feet of torque. Together with that come eight-speed automatic transmission and ten-speed transmission in higher trims.
2019 Ford Edge Release date and Price
2019 Ford Edge is supposed to start its new life during this summer. According to the Ford’s CEO Jim Hackett, even $7 billion was spent for the upgrading of SUVs and Edge is just one of them that will be fully redesigned and upgraded for the next year. According to that, the price should be higher than $30,000, which was the price for the last year model. Usual competitors are Toyota Highlander, Buick Enclave, Kia Sorrento, Nissan Murano, and Mazda CX-9.