Ford makes it sure that every car model they produce in the market carries their name with pride. This is true with the 2013 Ford Edge, the best 2-row affordable mid-size SUV that provides fuel economy, attractive exterior, abundant of tech features and smooth ride. Test drivers are impressed by the performance of the Ford Edge, especially with the turbocharged 4-cylinder EcoBoost engine which has an EPA-mileage estimated at 21 mpg city/30 mpg highway. With the EcoBoost engine, the Edge offers better fuel economy compared to almost other SUV models in its class.
Available in four trims which include the base SE, mid-level SEL, high-level Limited and the Sport trim, the 2013 Ford Edge is forwarded in engine choices between the turbocharged 4-cylinder, 3.5-liter V-6 or the 3.7-liter V-6 engine, with the standard front wheel drive and available all-wheel drive option.
Standard tech features of the SE and SEL Ford Edge trim include a single-zone air-conditioning system, manual tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and the six-speaker sound stereo system with audio auxiliary input jack. The Ford Edge Sport and Limited is composed of the standard features included in the above trim plus the MyFord Infotainment touch display screen controls, adaptive cruise control, leather upholstery and a DVD entertainment system on the rear seat.
Highly regarded with impressive safety features, the 2013 Ford Edge comes standard with air bag systems in the front-seat, antilock disc brakes and stability control. Other tech features designed for safety driving include Ford’s programmable MyKey system that provides configuration of the vehicles’ stereo volume and speed limit for teen drivers.
Other optional safety features which can be integrated in other trim except the Edge SE trim includes cross-traffic alert system and blind-spot warning system. The Ford Edge Limited trim can also be configured with additional collision warning system.