2020 Ford Edge vs 2020 Chevy Blazer – Cincinnati, OH

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  • 2020 Ford Edge

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    Starting at

    $31,100

    2020 Chevy Blazer

    A black 2020 Chevy Blazer is angled right on a white background.

    Starting at

    $28,800

    250-335Horsepower (HP)193-308
    73.4Max Cargo Space (cu.ft.)64.2
    5Passengers5

    Across the country, many families are getting ready to plan their vacations and road trips. If you have kids, then you know how important it is to have the right vehicle. Full-size SUVs can be bulky, and you could end up spending a ton of money on gas. Compact crossovers are often too small for growing families, and they don’t have the right amount of power for heading into the wild outdoors. This is where the mid-size SUV comes into play. Perfect for small or medium-sized families, these vehicles are the ideal road trip companions. If you are thinking about buying one, then you should take some time to compare the 2020 Ford Edge vs 2020 Chevy Blazer

    Right off the bat, you will notice one glaringly obvious advantage that the Ford Edge has over the Chevy Blazer. While they both seat up to five people, the Edge offers quite a bit more cargo space than the Blazer. With 39.2 cubic feet of space behind the back seats, you can fit luggage, groceries, sports gear, and so much more back there. If you happen to need more room, simply fold the back row down flat to gain access to a maximum of 73.4 cubic feet! On the other hand, the Blazer comes up short. It only has 30.5 cubic feet of room in the back and a maximum of 64.2 cubic feet with the seats folded. 

    Now that the battle between these mid-size models has begun, let’s take a closer look into each vehicle to find out which one reigns supreme!

  • Performance

    A blue 2020 Ford Edge ST is driving through Cincinnati at night after winning the 2020 Ford Edge vs 2020 Chevy Blazer comparison.

    Performance Features of the 2020 Ford Edge

    If you pop the hood on the 2020 Ford Edge, you will find a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder motor that generates 250 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque. Equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission and FWD, all of the trim levels consistently get about 24 MPG combined (21 city/29 highway). Keep in mind that you can always opt for AWD if you need a little extra control for light off-roading. 

    If you look under the hood of the ST trim, you’ll find that things have changed quite a bit for the sake of performance. This sporty ride is powered by a twin-turbo 2.7-liter V6 engine that produces 335 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque, and it has a fuel economy set at 21 MPG combined (19 city/26 highway). The towing range for the Edge models is anywhere between 1,500 and 3,500 pounds. 

    How Does the 2020 Chevy Blazer Compare?

    Now, let’s pop the hood on the Chevy Blazer. Here’s where things get a bit tricky. There are three engines to choose from based on which trim level you pick. The L and LT models are powered by a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder motor that produces 193 hp and 188 lb-ft of torque. This fuel-efficient powertrain has an estimated fuel economy set at 23 MPG combined (21 city/27 highway). 

    The second engine option is a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder motor that gets up to 230 hp and 258 lb-ft go torque. You’ll find this powertrain under the hood of the 2LT and 3LT trims. Finally, standard on the RS and Premier is a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces up to 308 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque. The fuel economy drops down to 21 MPG combined (19 city/26 highway) on FWD models. 

    All of the powertrains use a 9-speed automatic transmission and FWD as standard. You can opt for all-wheel drive models for trims equipped with the 2.0-liter or 3.6-liter engine. With this model, the maximum towing capacity if 4,500 lbs, but you need to opt for an all-wheel drive model and the 3.6-liter engine. 

    If you are looking for power, the 2020 Ford Edge has the skills to get the job done with its 2.7L V6, and the Blazer can't compete. 

  • Interior

    The white and black front seats are shown inside a 2020 Ford Edge Titanium.

    Interior Features of the 2020 Ford Edge

    Open up the driver’s side door and hop inside the new Ford Edge SE. This is the base model, and it is very well equipped for its category. One might expect a base model to be bare bones, but that is not the case here. First, it has an advanced infotainment system known as Sync 3. This innovative interface is displayed on a large 8-inch touchscreen that is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Bluetooth connectivity enables hands-free calling and text messaging, an available 4G LTE Wifi hotspot allows you to stay connected everywhere you go, and OnStar telematics gives you peace of mind every time you hit the road. 

    This base model also comes with a 6-speaker sound system, which is very rare as most base trims only have four speakers. It also includes a slew of safety features like lane-keeping assist, forward collision warning, blindspot monitoring, emergency braking, and rear cross-traffic alert. 

    Luxury and Advanced Features of the SEL, Titanium, and ST Trims

    The mid-level SEL adds leatherette upholstery for a sleek look inside the cabin. It also features a leather-wrapped steering wheel and power-adjustable seats. You can easily adjust your seat to suit your height without having to manually crank a lever. 

    The premium Titanium model upgrades the seats to full leather and adds a heating element for comfort during the colder months. Ambient lighting has been added throughout the cabin, and a navigation system will keep you on the right path everywhere you go. As for the ST, this performance model gets a separate powertrain (as we mentioned before), and it also gets leather and suede upholstery. If you are looking for a sound system like no other, the ST features a 12-speaker B&O System by Bang & Olufsen.

    Interior Features of the 2020 Chevy Blazer

    Moving to the Chevy Blazer L, you will notice some similarities. While the infotainment interface operates with OnStar, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth, and a 4G LTE Wifi hotspot, it is displayed on a much smaller screen. This one is only 5-inches, and the stereo only has four speakers. 

    Next up is the LT trim, which adds power-adjustable front seats, a 6-speaker stereo, satellite radio, and tinted windows. From here, there are two additional sub-trims. First is the 2LT that gets a turbocharged engine, and the second is the 3LT that gets heated leather seats and remote start technology. Additional safety features are also included at the 3LT level. These are rear parking sensors, blindspot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert. 

    Available Features on the RS and Premier Trims 

    The next available trim is the RS, which is an athletically-styled model. The driver information cluster has been restyled, and ambient lighting has been added throughout the cabin. The steering wheel is heated, and a navigation system has also been installed. 

    Last, the Premier model brings the heating elements to all of the seats throughout the cabin. It also adds ventilation to the front seats. A wireless charging pad has been included, as well as an updated Bose sound system with eight speakers. Safety features on this top-tier trim include lane-departure warning, lane-departure mitigation, a surround-view camera system, pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, and emergency braking. 

  • Exterior

    A gold 2020 Ford Edge is parked on a hill and shown from the side.

    Have you ever heard the phrase, “Never judge a book by its cover?” If you have, then you know this only applies to books! With vehicles, it’s an entirely different story. Everyone judges cars, trucks, and SUVS by their outward appearance. In fact, how a vehicle looks on the outside could make or break a deal. So, let’s study the Ford Edge and the Chevy blazer from the outside to see which one tickles your fancy.

    Exterior of the 2020 Ford Edge 

    First, the Ford Edge SE rides on 18-inch wheels and features black mirror caps, body-colored door handles, and rear privacy glass. It also includes LED lighting, a body-colored rear spoiler, and stainless steel dual exhaust tips. The SEL model gets roof rails, a power liftgate, body-colored mirror caps, and heated side mirrors with LED turn signal indicators. As for the Titanium, it gets body-colored accents and LED foglamps. Finally, the ST adds 20-inch wheels, unique badging, and athletically-styled accents. 

    Exterior of the 2020 Chevy Blazer

    For the Chevy Blazer L, it comes similarly equipped with 18-inch wheels and LED lighting. You will notice more changes at the 3LT with the addition of roof rails and a power liftgate. The RS adds larger 20-inch wheels, dual exhaust tips, and a hands-free liftgate. Lastly, the Premier gets its accents coated in chrome. 

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