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October 2020 Newsletter

Ford amps up quality, tech to sharpen new Edge

Ford’s engineers and product gurus knew they needed to sweat the details to sharpen the second-generation Edge, its popular two-row, midsize crossover.

We can still recall being almost shocked at how much fun the original Edge Sport was to drive. So when we were invited to sample some pre-production Edges we heartily accepted.

We can report that initial impressions were favorable. The 2015 Edge that recently went on sale is easy to get into, blissfully quiet, more engaging on the road and easier to load. Just as important, the new CUV is also easier on the eyes whether one’s gliding up next to you at a stoplight or you’re nestled inside its more upscale, softer-touch cabin.

Although the new Edge still has five doors, four trim levels, three engine choices (a four cylinder and two V6s), two drive systems (front- and all-wheel-drive) and one transmission (a six-speed automatic), there’s a slew of new.

Although Ford’s kept the base SE, SEL and top-of-the-lineup Sport grades, a Titanium trim replaces the former Limited.

Source: chron.com


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