Ford Edge 2023

Driven prior to the 2019 update, our turbocharged 2.7L V6 model needed just a wisp of throttle to get the Edge moving quickly, which is a good thing as its punchy, flexible, all-conquering V6 lacks a compelling soundtrack when extended. Hooked up to the turbo V6, the eight-speed automatic transmission gets its job done without fuss.

The Edge’s steering requires just the right amount of effort, is nicely geared, sends road surface information up to the steering wheel and makes maintaining a steady course at highway speeds an easy task.

With firmer suspension settings and the gigantic wheel and tire combo on our Edge ST,, the crossover handled crisply with very little lean and felt planted at all speeds. The Edge rides firmly but has amazing compliance and never jolts occupants regardless of the road surface, a hard thing to do with sports car-like low-profile tires.

With great pedal feel and no lost motion, the Edge’s brakes are as confidence-inspiring as they are powerful.
Other than an engine that sounds a bit gruff when really pushed, the Edge is an impressively refined vehicle.
Big windows and a straight window line between the windshield and tailgate combine to provide all occupants with a good view out, unusual in this vehicle segment. Multiple cameras, including one for the front of the vehicle, make the Edge easy to park in a tight spot. The Edge’s standard rear-cross traffic feature, packaged along with a blind-spot warning system, is a major safety plus, alerting drivers to approaching vehicles while reversing.
The Edge’s cabin is roomy and comfortable. The Edge’s seats are large, supportive and very comfortable on a long run. Rear seat riders will find that a welcoming seat combines with ample legroom. The cabin is stocked with a multitude of cupholders and storage cubbies. Cargo space is long, wide and deep with the rear seats in place, increasing substantially with them folded flat.
The Edge’s strong air conditioner cooled the car quickly and kept occupants comfortable during the sultry conditions experienced during our time with it. The three-setting cooled front seats on our Edge were a real treat.
The Edge’s Bluetooth system hooked up easily, its audio system was a sonic delight and its navigation system was a boon when driving in unfamiliar locales.

All-wheel drive is standard on all trims except for the SEL. The 2L turbo four is standard on all trim levels except for the ST, which is powered by a 2.7L V6 turbo exclusively. An eight-speed automatic is hooked up to the 2L, with a seven-speed transmission exclusive to the ST.

Moving from the SE to the SEL trim adds a power tailgate, remote starting, a power driver’s seat, heated front seats, a four-way power passenger seat, rear parking sensors and a variety of minor comfort and convenience items, at a price that reflects the value of the content. The ST-Line adopts the look of the V6 turbo ST but with the 2L turbo four. It adds fog lights, an alarm system, wireless cellphone charging, is reasonable value if you like the look. The Titanium range-topper of the 2L range adds two extra directions to the front power seats, front parking sonar, ambient cabin lighting, a B&O-branded audio system and a memory system, at a bargain price. The V6 ST supplements the Titanium with leather and cloth sports seats and the V6 turbo, which accounds for about $4000 of the $6300 price supplement.

Last update: June 27, 2023


  • Engine

    2L-4 T (250 HP)*, 2.7L-V6 T (335 HP) 
  • Transmissions

    7A (ST), 8A  
  • Fuel consumption

    City: 11.5L/100 km Road: 8.5L/100 km
  • Drive Layout

    All-wheel drive
  • Body Style

    Midsize SUVs
  • Country of Origin




What’s new this year?

The ST trim gains a standard alarm system and a new interior appearance package.

Starting from  $ 39 879

What dealers pay$ 22 222

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Report - September 30, 2023
Base vehicle
SE 100A
$ 0 $ 39 879
SEL 201A
$ 0 $ 43 699
ST Line 250A
$ 0 $ 46 589
Titanium 300A
$ 0 $ 47 319
Titanium 301A
$ 0 $ 52 619
ST 400A
$ 0 $ 53 669
ST 401A
$ 0 $ 59 669
Optional Wheels

Styles vary by trim

$ 0 $ 650
Optional Wheels

Styles vary by trim

$ 0 $ 850
Optional Wheels

Styles vary by trim

$ 0 $ 1 000
Cold Weather Package
$ 0 $ 550
Convenience Package
$ 0 $ 1 200
Canadian Touring Package
$ 0 $ 2 100
Titanium Elite Package
$ 0 $ 1 500
ST Interior Appearance Package
$ 0 $ 1 000
Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+
$ 0 $ 1 250
Sport Appearance Package
$ 0 $ 1 750
Panoramic Vista Roof
$ 0 $ 1 850
Class II Trailer Tow Package w/Trailer Sway Control
$ 0 $ 700
Front Heated ActiveX Seating Material Bucket Seats
$ 0 $ 1 300
Cargo Net
$ 0 $ 50
Optional Roof-Rack Side Rails
$ 0 $ 250
Cargo Accessory Package
$ 0 $ 400
Front & Rear Floor Liners w/Carpet Mats
$ 0 $ 250
Front & Rear Floor Liners w/o Carpets
$ 0 $ 197
Optional Paint 1

Available on select trims.

$ 0
Optional Paint 2

Available on select trims.

$ 0
Freight & PDI

Required for all vehicle purchases.

$ 0 $ 2 095
Federal Air Conditioner Excise Tax (Recovery)

Required for all vehicle purchases.

$ 0 $ 100

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