The 2020 Ford Edge ranges from a family crossover with good value, to a pricey, sporty SUV. We give it 8 out of 10 for its wide range of standard features, its infotainment, and in less expensive models, its value.
The 2020 Edge comes in SE, SEL, Titanium, or ST editions. At the bottom of the range, the Edge SE includes a big touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto compatibility, in-car wi-fi, LED headlights, dual-zone automatic climate control, and rain-sensing wipers. Active safety features are also standard, and though we don’t like the cloth seats much, the SE is a relative bargain at around $31,000. Front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is optional on all non-ST models.
Stepping up to the Edge SEL adds rear parking sensors, power front seats, heated mirrors, and glitzier styling pieces like the metal-lined grille, bigger wheels, and faux front skid plate. Top-tier Edge Titanium models get a B&O sound system, a foot-activated automatic liftgate, a wireless device charging pad, leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, and more. There’s also a new Elite package for this model which includes 20-inch polished aluminum wheels, “Brunello” red leather inserts, contrast stitching, and other chrome and body color bits on the exterior.
The most expensive edition, the Edge ST, gets the 350-hp twin-turbo V-6 and standard all-wheel-drive. This model also carries most of the Titanium trim’s features, but swaps chrome and leather for sporty cloth, black accents, and red badges and stitching. With a base price of more than $44,000, it’s an expensive proposition.
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