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MPG 18 City / 26 Highway
  • Quick acceleration
  • Smooth ride
  • Nice interior fit and finish
  • Lots of body roll in turns
  • Cabin noisy with vista roof
  • Back seat does not adjust
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The Ford Edge offers one of the most distinctive styles in the crossover segment, as well as a wide array of engines that range from fast to fuel-efficient. With so much choice and a vast selection of technology features to manage infotainment, including Ford's MyFord Touch system, the Edge will find appeal among those who demand advanced systems in their vehicles.


The base SE trim comes loaded with essential features. A 3.5-liter V6 is standard, producing 263 horsepower through the six-speed automatic. Front-wheel drive is standard, with all-wheel drive optional. The 2.0-liter Ecoboost engine with 240 horsepower is optional with front-wheel drive only, but pushes highway fuel economy to 30 MPG – impressive for a midsize crossover. Standard features include 17-inch alloy wheels, power windows, locks and mirrors and air conditioning. Ford's SYNC system is optional. That system controls audio functions, including iPod/iPhone connectivity, through voice commands and connects your device through a USB port.

SEL adds 18-inch alloy wheels, power driver's seat, rear parking sensors and manual gear selection. Navigation is optional on all models equipped with MyFord Touch, the system that adds a touchscreen and touch-sensitive buttons to manage audio and climate controls through SYNC, and also includes two adaptive digital displays in the instrument panel. Limited models benefit from standard leather seats, Sony Audio with HD radio, backup camera and MyFord Touch. And the Sport gets a 3.7-liter V6 with 305 horsepower, sport suspension and special trim inside and out.

The Nissan Murano is also distinctively styled and has a nicer interior, but lacks any optional engines. The Toyota Venza offers a four-cylinder, but Toyota's optional infotainment system isn't as comprehensive as MyFord Touch. The Subaru Outback is efficient and roomy, but the interior is far from luxurious. The Dodge Journey offers a third-row seat and UConnect Touch is easier to use than MyFord Touch, but it's less powerful and less refined.

Ford's Edge gives crossover buyers a lot of choice, something people downsizing from full-size SUVs would appreciate. There's a fuel-efficient model for people who enjoy the efficiency of their car or small crossover but need more space, or a performance model for those who don't want to lose all of the sportiness of a less-practical vehicle. Combine that with a long list of optional features and advanced infotainment systems and any Edge is worth a look if you're in the crossover market.

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2013 Ford Edge Limited

Recommended for: Shoppers interested in luxury features in a mainstream brand

Edge Limiteds come with a long list of standard luxury features and appeal to shoppers who want premium features without the premium badge – or price. MyFord touch comes standard, as do leather seats, a backup camera and a Sony premium audio system with HD Radio. Ambient lighting is also standard, along with a universal garage door opener, memory settings for the driver and a 10-way power front passenger's seat. Equipment Group 301A adds the panoramic Vista Roof, HID headlamps, keyless entry and start, remote start, power liftgate and alarm and a navigation system with SiriusXM traffic and weather. Equipment Group 302A adds on top of that adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring.

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2013 Ford Edge SE

Recommended for: Value-minded buyers looking for a lot of content for their money

Even though it's the base model, the SE comes equipped with a lengthy list of features. Power windows, locks and mirrors are standard, as is air conditioning, tilt-and-telescoping wheel and a 60/40 split-folding rear seat. Safety features like electronic stability control with rollover protection and front, side and curtain airbags are included. Outside there are 17-inch alloy wheels. The Convenience Package adds an auto-dimming mirror, automatic headlamps, keyless entry keypad, backup sensors, compass and a cargo management system. Equipment Group 101A adds the Convenience Package along with Ford's SYNC system and Sirius XM satellite radio. All-wheel drive is optional, as is Ford's EcoBoost four-cylinder engine – but only with front wheel drive.

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2013 Ford Edge SEL

Recommended for: Those looking for a lot of technology options

The SEL opens up more options for shoppers looking for a higher level of comfort or more advanced technology features. Standard on SEL models are 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlamps, heated outside mirrors, SYNC, rear parking sensors, keyless entry keypad and manual selection for the automatic transmission. Also inside is a dual-zone automatic climate control, 10-way power driver's seat and a compass. MyFord Touch is an option to control all of the car's infotainment and climate systems with a touchscreen, touch sensitive controls or voice commands. Navigation with HD Radio and SiriusXM traffic and weather is optional with MyFord Touch. The Leather Group Package adds leather seats, heated front seats and a fold-down, 6-way power front passenger's seat. Equipment Group 204A adds the Leather Comfort Package with a backup camera, and 205A adds MyFord Touch on top of that. A power liftgate and panoramic Vista Roof are also options. An SEL Appearance Package adds special wheels and sportier trim inside and out.

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2013 Ford Edge Sport

Recommended for: Buyers who want a sporty-looking crossover

The Edge Sport adds a more powerful 3.7-liter V6 with 305 horsepower in either front or all-wheel drive. It's the only engine available in this trim level. Sports get 22-inch alloy wheels with sports suspension and special exterior trims such as a blacked-out grille. Inside, there are Sport-specific seat trims and the Sony sound system as standard. The optional Driver Entry Package includes keyless entry and start, remote start and a power liftgate. MyFord Touch navigation is also optional, as is the panoramic roof and bind-spot monitoring.

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