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October 2020 Newsletter

Redesigned 2015 Ford Edge is totally transformed

The early-production 2015 Edge we rented from Ford had surprising punch, with quick acceleration and swift throttle response, thanks to the turbocharged 245-horsepower, 2.0-liter engine. The six-speed automatic transmission was quite seamless. Ford also offers a 3.5-liter V6; the 2.7-liter turbo V6 is reserved for the Sport version.

Direct, responsive steering and tight body control give the Edge an agile, light-on-its feet demeanor. The firm-yet-supple suspension delivered a remarkably good ride, soaking up even the bumps on our winter-ravaged roads. This feat is impressive given that our sample was equipped with 20-inch tires—a fitment often associated with adding ride harshness. The cabin stays noticeably quiet.

The Edge gets a significant upgrade inside, with an upscale, and well put together interior—especially in the top-level Titanium trim we sampled. Rich-looking padded surfaces on the doors and dash, contrasting stitching, leather seats, and materials with a quality feel throughout make for a cabin that would not look out of place in a luxury car. A panoramic sunroof lends an airy feel. Creature comforts include heated seats front and rear, with cooling for front passengers. The heated steering wheel came in handy, as well.

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