2022 Ford Edge

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  • Overview

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    Take the best of automotive technology, safety, and performance, mix it together, and what do you get? The 2022 Ford Edge. This midsize SUV enjoys a loyal following of owners who found the features they needed within the Edge's diverse five-trim lineup. From the base SE to the sporty ST, there's a Ford Edge for virtually every buyer. In some cases, even buyers who weren't specifically looking for an SUV gravitated to the Edge for a very uncommon reason: performance.

    It's nice to know that choosing an SUV doesn't mean you have to sacrifice power and sporty ride handling. The 335 horsepower Edge ST is powered by the most powerful V6 engine in the category, and with standard all-wheel drive, the Edge transitions nicely into a safe and capable SUV in inclement weather conditions. It's a five-passenger midsize SUV with a touch of attitude that adds a little spice to the daily routine.

    SUVs can't become bestsellers unless they have broad appeal; the 2022 Edge wins on popularity because of its multiple trim and equipment configuration options. Budget buyers will love the well-equipped SE, with its fuel-efficient 250 horsepower four-cylinder engine and standard suite of advanced driver-assist systems. As buyers travel through the trim range, they'll find a surprising variety of options that make the purchase process feel like a custom build.


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  • Performance and Specs

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    Unique Performance

    The 2022 Edge is unique in the midsize category for several reasons, but mostly for its high-performance ST trim. Unless you're willing to spend six figures, you won't find another 300-plus horsepower SUV quite like the Ford Edge ST. It's powered by a 2.7-liter EcoBoost twin-turbocharged V6 engine that makes 335 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. All that power won't cost you in fuel economy, either. The Edge ST is rated at 19 MPG city and 25 MPG highway.

    Contributing to the ST's nimble handling, the engine is mated to a 7-speed automatic with a selectable sport mode setting and steering-wheel-mounted shift paddles that mimic an old-school manual gearbox. The ST comes standard with 20-inch wheels but can be optioned with larger 21-inchers if a more aggressive curb profile is what you're seeking. Add the ST Performance Brake package, and you get red calipers and gloss black aluminum wheels with summer tires.

    Advanced Engineering on Every Trim

    All 2022 Edge trims come with standard all-wheel drive, a benefit you won't find on most of the competition. Ford's system uses sensors to balance torque and optimize handling and traction when it matters. As for powertrains, all other Edge trims (the SE, the SEL, the ST-Line, and the Titanium) receive a 250 horsepower 2.0-liter EcoBoost I-4 turbocharged engine that makes 280 lb-ft of torque and delivers fuel economy ratings of 21 MPG city and 28 MPG highway.

    Edge trims equipped with the 2.0 liter 4-cylinder engine have an 8-speed automatic transmission. The SE and SEL come with standard 18-inch wheels, while the Titanium includes 19-inch wheels and the sporty ST-Line features even larger 20-inch wheels standard. As for capability, the Edge can tow up to 3,500 pounds when equipped with Ford's Class II Towing package. That's plenty of hauling power for a boat or a small RV, transforming the Edge into the ultimate weekend road trip SUV.

  • Trims and Packages

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    Plentiful Standard Features

    Buyers will be delighted at the long list of standard features found on the base Edge SE. As the most affordable Edge, it's easy to assume that creature comforts would be spare: not so on the Edge SE. It features automatic on/off BI-LED headlights that incorporate high and low beam settings into one light strip for a modern front appearance. The headlights even turn on automatically when the windshield wipers are engaged.

    Inside the cabin, SE buyers will find dual-zone automatic climate control, LED cabin lighting, a push-button start, four USB charging ports, and a gigantic 12-inch infotainment touchscreen, one of the largest you'll find on a base model SUV. The touchscreen is powered by Ford's lightning-fast SYNC 4A operating system. The display is crisp and responsive and pairs effortlessly with your smartphone via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. A 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot is also included, which buyers can activate via FordPass connected services.

    Upgraded Mid-Trim Features

    Move up to the Edge SEL, and you'll get heated outside power mirrors, a rear spoiler, and upgraded (and more dramatic) LED Signature Lighting. For an extra cost, buyers can opt for LED Fog Lamps and a panoramic moonroof with glass panels that span nearly the entire cabin. The SEL features a leather-wrapped steering wheel, ActiveX seating, a 10-way power-adjustable driver's seat, and heated front seats. The same 12-inch touchscreen is included, and buyers can add voice-activated navigation.

    The Edge ST-Line is all about maximizing sportiness. Its athletic curb appeal comes from prominent ST-Line badging, standard LED fog lamps, dual exhaust tips, a unique grille and body-color lower cladding, and LED Signature Lighting with a Dark Bezel treatment that sets it apart from other Edge trims. The cabin receives ST-Line carpeted floor mats, a wireless charging pad, a power liftgate, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel accented with red stitching. Scuff plates on the doors and metal pedals add a sporty touch, as do the ActiveX seats with Miko inserts.

    Top of the Line Top-Trim Features

    Are you looking for high-end luxury? Check out the Titanium, a fully-loaded Edge trim that includes niceties like ambient cabin lighting, a hands-free foot-activated liftgate, a 12-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system, and leather-trimmed sport bucket seats. Add the optional Titanium Elite Package and outfit your Edge with Brunello door inserts with red stitching and a unique ceramic color interior, along with exterior body-color bumpers and other refinements.

    Performance enthusiasts need only check the Edge ST's spec sheet to confirm that it's the trim for them. It's the only Edge trim that offers Ford's larger 335-horsepower 2.7-liter V6 engine. Add to that plenty of cabin luxuries and exterior appearance add-ons, and the ST stands alone among its siblings.

  • Safety Features

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    A Top Safety Pick

    The 2022 Ford Edge earned a coveted Top Safety Pick rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, making it a practical choice for families. The standard LED headlights increase visibility, and the generous suite of included driver assist systems, called Ford CoPilot360, offers drivers peace of mind during high-stress driving situations.

    Included on all Ford Edge trims is BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross Traffic Alert. It's a long name for a key feature that helps drivers monitor the notorious blind spot with radar that detects oncoming traffic during travel and also while backing out of a parking spot. Also standard is a Lane-Keeping System, which senses when your vehicle drifts to the edge of its travel lane and sends an alert to help you make corrections. The same system will also display a coffee cup icon and a notification that you should take a break if it senses a pattern of drifting.

    SEL trim buyers can add Ford CoPilot360 Assist Plus, an upgrade that adds Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, automatic Lane Centering, Evasive Steering Assist, and connected navigation with live traffic updates. Evasive Steering Assist combines with Pre-Collision Assist to help perform emergency steering maneuvering to avoid a crash when braking alone won't cut it. It utilizes cameras and radar to detect slowing or stopped cars ahead.

    A Higher Standard of Safety

    Upper-level Ford Edge trims feature a standard Forward Sensing System, which kicks in when the vehicle is moving forward slowly. The system senses objects in the vehicle's path and sends an audible beeping signal to notify the driver. The entire Edge lineup includes the Personal Safety System, an intelligent system that adapts how the vehicle's safety components, like airbags, are deployed in a collision. Crash severity, occupant weight, seat position, and other inputs determine if airbags deploy in dual stages or a single stage and also determine when to engage the seatbelt pretensioners.

    Other safety features found on all Edge models include AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control, Hill Start Assist, and Post-Collision Braking with an SOS Post-Crash Alert System. FordPass, Ford's connected services app, also offers owners subscription-based safety features, including roadside assistance. FordPass Connect gathers and stores key vehicle data and can notify you of service and maintenance reminders so that you're always on top of critical maintenance milestones.

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