The Ford Edge is probably one of the most underrated vehicles that Ford makes. It offers five seats with a comfortable premium interior, but its exterior is also something to note. It is sporty, sleek and is overall the perfect example of why crossovers are booming in popularity. Deciding on the Ford Edge is easy, but how do you know which of the 2016 Ford Edge trims to pick?
2016 Ford Edge SE
The Edge SE is the base trim offered on the 2016 Edge and it rings in at a starting MSRP of $28,700. With the Edge SE you’ll get a twin-scroll 2.0L EcoBoost I-4 engine that utilizes Start/Stop technology to save more fuel during stop-and-go driving conditions. Speaking of how it drives, you can also switch the Edge into SelectShift mode, allowing you to take over deciding when the Edge shifts with its paddles behind the steering wheel. Its 18-inch wheels and twin-exhaust help to build up its exterior styling even more.
2016 Ford Edge SEL
The 2016 Edge SEL adds a few more features to the crossover, including a reverse sensing system, LED signature lighting, and more. The driver’s seat position is also far more customizable, allowing you even more comfort. Even more comfort is provided with the dual-zone automatic temperature control to keep everyone at their ideal temperature. The 2016 Edge SEL starts at $31,790.
2016 Ford Edge Titanium
The 2016 Edge is a great choice for those looking for luxury at an affordable level, starting at $35,600. The regular SYNC system in the Edge gets upgraded to the SYNC3, you get a hands-free liftgate, regular speakers are replaced by a 12-speaker Sony system with 390-watts of power, and even more premium features like ambient lighting can be found in the Edge’s interior.
2016 Ford Edge Sport
So what else could the Edge offer? The 2016 Ford Edge Sport provides the ultimate driving experience. It comes with a powerful 2.7L EcoBoost V6 engine with 280 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque. It also comes with adaptive steering, a sport-tuned suspension, 20-inch wheels, and plenty of previously mentioned features found in earlier trims.