Starting at $28,700 (plus destination charge) in SE trim, the 2016 Edge also comes in SEL, Titanium, and Sport trim levels. Standard engine is a 2-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder that makes 245 horsepower, whereas the optional 3.5-liter V6 develops 280 horsepower. Only the Sport model gets the 2.7-liter twin-turbo engine. All Edge crossovers use a six-speed automatic transmission.
I drove a Titanium edition with the standard 2-liter EcoBoost engine, optional all-wheel drive, and a base price of $37,095.
Standard equipment for the Edge Titanium includes:
- Hands-free power liftgate
- Sony audio with HD radio
- Sync 3 infotainment interface (replacing MyFord Touch)
- Dual-zone automatic climate control
- Heated, power front seats
- Leather-trimmed seats
- Pushbutton start
- Rearview camera
- Driver's knee airbag
- Nineteen-inch wheels
Options include the V6 engine ($695) and all-wheel drive ($1,495), plus panoramic Vista Roof, 180-degree front camera, and heated rear seats