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2019 Ford Edge OVERVIEW

The refreshed 2019 Ford Edge plays the middle ground between the Escape and Explorer. It proves its commitment to safety with the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite of active safety equipment as standard across the lineup. Some exterior tweaks and the introduction of a new ST trim help it stand out and give it a dose of excitement.

What's New for 2019

The Ford Edge receives a mid-cycle update for 2019. Exterior changes include a new front and rear fascia, a new hood (the face of future Ford SUVs), and a reshaped liftgate. The Edge also gets a new eight-speed automatic transmission, a rotary gearshift, automatic start and stop functionality, and Ford Co-Pilot360 across the range. The suite of active safety features includes forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane keeping assist, a rearview camera, and automatic high beams. Ford also introduces the Edge ST, a performance-oriented variant.

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Choosing Your Ford Edge

The 2019 Ford Edge slots in between the smaller Escape and the larger Explorer in terms of size, power, and fuel efficiency.

The base 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine gains five horsepower this year for a peak of 250 hp and 275 pound-feet of torque – greater than the naturally-aspirated V6 that's no longer offered. This is the only engine offered on the SE, SEL, and and Titanium trims, and it's paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission that helps improve fuel economy over last year's model. The 2019 Edge achieves an EPA-estimated 22 miles per gallon city, 29 mpg highway, and 25 combined, or 21/28/23 mpg (city/highway/combined) with all-wheel drive, which costs $1,995 across these three trim levels.

At the performance side of the Edge is a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6 that comes standard on ST models. It sends 335 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque through the standard all-wheel-drive system, sending the Edge ST from zero to 60 mph in less than six seconds. This engine also utilizes the eight-speed automatic gearbox, and achieves an EPA-estimated 19/26/21 mpg.

The Ford Edge is offered in four trim levels:


The SE begins at $30,990 (all prices include the $995 destination charge) and includes LED headlights and taillights, dual exhaust, 18-inch aluminum wheels, and the safety features from the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite. The interior features cloth seating, proximity entry with push button start, LED lighting, a 4.2-inch driver display screen, and satellite radio. There are no notable packages available on this trim.


The SEL starts at $34,085. It builds off of the SE and gains body-colored mirror caps with integrated turn signals, LED fog lights, unique 18-inch wheels, a reverse sensing system, a chrome window line, and silver roof rack rails. Inside, unique cloth seats, dual-zone temperature control, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel are added niceties.

The SEL is offered with several notable option packages. The $2,880 201A Equipment Group includes Ford’s Sync 3 infotainment system that connects with Android Auto and Amazon Alexa, a premium sound system, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, upgraded cloth seating, and LED daytime running lights. With the 201A Group selected, additional safety features become available in the Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist Plus package for $795. These include adaptive cruise control, lane centering, evasive steering assist, and navigation. The Convenience Package brings more creature comforts in the forms of a wireless charging pad, remote start, a hands-free power tailgate, and an a 110-volt AC power outlet for $835. A large panoramic sunroof is also available for $1,595, although it requires deleting the roof rails.


The Titanium trim, which starts at $39,545, brings the Convenience Package features, heated front seats, leather seats, memory for the driver seat, a 10-way power passenger seat, heated side mirrors with memory and turn signal indicators, body-color door handles, ambient interior lighting, a power tilt and telescoping steering column, dual 4.2-inch LCD driver displays, an upgraded Bang and Olufsen sound system, and 19-inch wheels

The 301A Equipment Group is $4,150, adding adaptive cruise control, evasive steering assist, adaptive LED headlights, a front 180-degree camera, enhanced park assist, navigation, a moonroof, perforated seats, heated rear seats, cooled front seats, and an auto-dimming driver's side mirror. The Titanium Elite Package brings exterior updates such as body-colored lower trim panels, 20-inch aluminum wheels, and added chrome inserts for $1,195. The 20-inch wheels are also available as a standalone option for $995, so the new package presents a value.


New for 2019 is the Edge ST trim – Ford-speak for its high performance model version – that starts at $43,350. The more powerful 2.7-liter V6 engine, enhanced all-wheel drive, sport-tuned suspension, and even sportier seats aim to keep your attention on the road. The exterior also sees extended body work to improve aerodynamics and also contribute to a sportier appearance.

The 401A Equipment Group is $5,585 and includes remote start, a perimeter alarm, a hands-free liftgate, a 110-volt AC power outlet, and the items from the 301A Group on the Titanium. An exclusive option is the ST Performance Brake Package. For $2,695, it includes larger brake rotors, red brake calipers, performance brake pads, 21-inch aluminum wheels, summer tires, and upgraded engine cooling equipment.

CarsDirect Tip

Of the 2019 Ford Edge lineup, the SEL trim and the 201A Group provides a full level of safety equipment and a lot of creature comforts that are nice to have.

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