About Ford Edge

    The Ford Edge is a midsize crossover SUV that premiered for the 2007 model year. It is constructed on the Ford's CD3 platform (designed by Mazda) along with the Mercury Milan, Ford Fusion, Lincoln MKX, and Mazda CX-9. The Ford Edge measures in with a wheelbase of 112.2 inches, a width of 75.8 inches, a height of 67 inches, and an overall length of 185.7 inches. As for performance, the Edge is equipped with a 3.5L Duratec V6 engine capable of around 265 horsepower mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. The inside of the vehicle seats up to five passengers with ample cargo space relative to this segment.

    There are four trim levels: SE, SEL, Limited, and Sport. The base SE shows off such Ford Edge parts as 17" wheels, power locks and windows, antilock brakes, stability control, and air conditioning - a pretty impressive entry-level package. The SEL steps it up with keyless entry, automatic headlights, fog lamps, a six-disc CD changer, a dimming rearview mirror and a Leather Comfort Package with leather seats and dual-zone climate control, all included in the list of standard parts. Edge Limited models offer similar amenities but adds a power-memory driver's seat, standard leather, and chrome alloy wheels, among others. The Sport such accessories as carries leather seating, an eight-piece body kit, side-skirts, and body-side cladding. A 22" wheel package is offered as well. SEL, Limited, and Sport versions are all available with optional all-wheel drive (AWD).

    When it comes to safety, the Ford Edge includes a bevy of standard parts such as dual front airbags, side-curtain airbags, seat-mounted side-impact airbags (front seats), traction control, rear-park assist, and a tire-pressure monitoring system. In a short amount of time on the road, the Edge has garnered a substantial amount of attention. The model was named the Urban Truck of the Year by On Wheels, Inc. (2007), an IIHS Top Safety Pick, and received JD Power and Associates' APPEAL award (2007).

    Big things are expected by the Ford Edge and why not? As a crossover SUV, the Ford Edge is accommodating and versatile, permitting an essence of superior comfort and command that has elevated its status right off the bat. Thanks to a swift V6, the Edge shows off the ability to maintain a precise level of performance, regardless of terrain. The exterior is inviting and elegant enough to create dreams of luxury, even for a midsize crossover. Strong, stylish, and self-assured, the Ford Edge makes it happen the right way.

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    2011 Edge Joined Fleet of Ford Vehicles With Top Safety Pick
    2011 Edge Joined Fleet of Ford Vehicles With Top Safety Pick

    On April 20, 2011, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) released the list of vehicles that successfully passed the crashworthiness tests. According to that report, the 2011 Ford Edge was rated Top Safety Pick. Now it is the tenth vehicle in Ford's 2011 U.S. lineup that got this award. “The new Edge is already the most popular midsize crossover and we believe this Top Safety Pick rating will generate even more interest,” said Sue Cischke, Ford Group vice president for Sustainability, Environment and Safety Engineering.

    It was the second attempt by the Edge's engineers to pass the tests. When the 2011 Edge model was crash tested for the first time, it received “Good” (the highest possible rating) for front, side and rear durability, but was given “Acceptable” rating in the rollover test due to the poor roof strength. As provided by the IIHS standards, a vehicle should withstand the pressure that is at least four times higher than its weight.

    Being committed to safety, Ford Motor Company decided to solve the problem prior to the introduction of the 2012 model. The engineering team at the Blue Oval reinforced the roof structure of the crossover and delivered the vehicle for the re-evaluation. The results of the rollover crash test showed that the 2011 Ford Edge model featured the strength-to-weight ratio of 4.7. Due to the body modifications, the “Top Safety Pick” title was awarded to all Edges manufactured after February, 2011.