Ford‘s midsize crossover SUV, the Edge, is all-new for 2015 and comes standard with an all-new EcoBoost 2.0L in the base SE trim level. With MSRP starting at $28,995 including $895 destination charge, it seems prices have held steady compared to the outgoing model.
However, if you specify the top-range Edge Sport, you can expect an increase of $500 over the last year’s Sport. For your $38,995, you get the twin-turbocharged 2.7L V6 EcoBoost engine with an estimated 325 horsepower.
2015 brings total available models up to four, with the mid-range Edge SEL starting at $32,395 and the new-for-2015 Edge Titanium (replacing the Limited) listing at $36,495. Automobile reports that they come standard with automatic climate control, leather seats, and the MyFord Touch infotainment system with a large,readable screen. The Titanium’s $1,800 Driver’s Package add active safety features like blind-spot monitoring and forward collision warning, the latter which is included in Ford’s all-new Adaptive Steering system.
The 2015 Ford Edge will hit the streets early in the 2015 calendar year and also will be the first Edge to be sold in the European market.