2011 Ford Edge Values

With bold new design inside and out, the 2011 Ford Edge features upgraded powertrains and technology options. Now available with your choice of a 2.0-liter 230 hp EcoBoost I4, a 3.5-liter 285 hp Ti-VCT V6, or 3.7-liter 305 hp Ti-VCT V6 borrowed from the Mustang. With 6-speed automatic transmissions powering FWD or AWD, the Edge is expected to achieve up to 21/31 mpg city/hwy. Inside is a new 8-inch center LCD display with twin 4.2 inch LCD displays in the gauge cluster which will help to eliminate many traditional buttons and dials helping drivers stay focused on the road. Upgraded interior materials, optional leather seating for 5 passengers, Ford's Sync system, and numerous standard safety features help make this new Ford Edge a compelling option in the crossover utility segment.

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Ford's popular Edge crossover is significantly refreshed for 2011. Exterior sheetmetal is revised, with a new front end that features softer, more aerodynamic lines as well as a new headlight design. The front fascia in all but the base model has vertical LED running lamps, while revisions to the taillights and rear bumper contribute tighten the look from the rear. Inside, Ford has upped the use of high-quality materials to improve look and tactile feel of interior surfaces. It's also better insulated for a quieter ride. The center stack is new and ergonomically spot-on, and it contains the interactive MyFord and MyFord Touch interface, as well as Ford's Sync infotainment system. A new 3.5L V6 is under hood putting out 285 horsepower, up from the previous V6 model's 265 hp. Despite the power increase, the unit returns 27 mpg on the highway--a 3 mpg increase over the previous engine. The Edge Sport will utilize a new 3.7L V6--a powerplant shared with the latest Mustang. In the Sport it produces 305 hp and 280 ft-lb of torque.

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Attractive, aggressive styling; interior comfort; available technology; three exciting engine choices

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The Edge is now in its second generation, and Ford has upped the style and sophistication of its popular crossover. The result is an exciting alternative to competitors like the Nissan Murano, Chevrolet Traverse, and Hyundai Tucson. With three great new powerplants, athletic handling, loads of available technology, and an MSRP starting at $27,350, the Edge provides real value in the crowded crossover segment.


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