2017 Ford Edge
EPA-Est MPG City/Hwy
The inviting and charismatic design of the Ford Edge inspires confidence, turns heads and changes the way you feel about everyday driving. There’s something inspiring about the power dome hood, raised beltlines and boldly sculpted shoulders around the wheel arches. It’s a proud, impressive look with sharp angles and graphic lines. The wheels are positioned at the outer corners to give it a wide and aggressive stance. It’s a cutting-edge look for people who actually live on the cutting edge.
180 Degree Camera
Aids visibility for limited-sight maneuvers such as pulling out of a driveway, street or parking lot in your new Ford Edge.
Allows you to see around obstacles
Also includes a washer to keep the lens free of dirt and debris
Lane Keeping Assist
The forward-facing camera scans the road ahead and alerts you to get back in your lane.
Adaptive Cruise Control
Detects a vehicle in front of you and automatically adjusts your speed to match.
Fuel economy and power share the same headline.
Responsive and economical, this efficient twin-scroll 2.0L EcoBoost®engine delivers V6-like performance with numbers that add up to an EPA-estimated rating of 20 city/30 hwy/24 combined mpg.* Plus, a six-speed automatic transmission helps this turbocharged, direct-injection powerhouse deliver plenty of low-end torque for acceleration and passing. So beyond the efficiency advantages, this smart and spirited engine will also provide capability for cruising, towing, or just living life in the fast lane. And why burn gas while sitting in traffic? The Twin-scroll 2.0L EcoBoost®engine also offers standard Auto Stop-Start Technology on SE FWD models. In city driving, the engine automatically shuts off when the vehicle comes to a stop. Then as traffic once again starts to move, the engine automatically restarts when your foot leaves the brake pedal.
Technology that lets you enjoy the journey.
Focus on the road and experience the thrills of travel. It’s why the 2016 Edge offers available driver-assist technologies.10
These advanced systems help give you confidence by keeping you informed of the other vehicles or objects around you. Sensors, radar and cameras are mounted at specific locations on the vehicle to help see what’s behind you, scan the road ahead and alert you if you are drifting out of your lane, notice if a vehicle is in your blind spot, and even monitor the vehicle in front (up to 600 feet) and adjust your speed to keep it at a preset distance behind the vehicle ahead.10
Here are are a few of those features:
Front 180-degree camera
BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with cross-traffic alert
Adaptive cruise control and collision warning with brake support