2017 Ford Edge ratings and reviews
The Ford Edge has a handful of trims, most of which -- with the exception of the Sport -- can be purchased in either AWD or FWD format. The default trim’s engine is a 2.7L V6 EcoBoost which is attached to a six-speed automatic transmission. Most trims can fit a cargo accessory package which adds a rear bumper protector, retractable cargo area cover, and a cargo mat. Premium trims like the Sport can fit an engine block heater, license plate brackets, rack side rails on the roof, front and rear floor liners, wheel-locking lug nuts, dual headrest DVD entertainment systems, and second row outboard inflatable safety belts. All trims are equipped with ebony cloth bucket seats which include six-way manual driver seat movement and four-way front passenger seat movement. The highest level trims have the seat movement features configured as automatic though there is still the option for manual seat movements.