2019 Ford Edge for sale in Port Alberni

Ford Edge

It used to be the case that the Escape was the Ford SUV that had the sportiest credentials in the family, but the second-generation Ford Edge is giving it a run for its money these days. It might not be as overtly sporty on the outside as the smaller Escape, but the midsize Edge boasts turbocharged engines that certainly pack a punch. Here's more about what to expect when you check out a 2019 Ford Edge for sale today.

Exterior styling

The exterior of the 2019 Ford Edge is definitely an evolution of the midsize SUV that first went into production back in 2006 as a 2007 model year. At first glance, the difference between a first-generation model and the current Edge is obvious, but a closer examination reveals more similarities than differences.

That's not to say the latest model isn’t a huge improvement over the original in the styling department, because it is, but the overall ambiance and the silhouette have a lot in common. The latest 2019 model can look very different, depending on the model and the colour you opt for. In some forms, it can look subtle and elegant, but go for something an ST in white with black wheels and privacy glass and you have an entirely different vehicle altogether.

Trim levels

There are four trim levels to choose from in the 2019 Edge family. The entry model is still the Edge SE, and then we have the SEL, the Titanium, and finally, the all-new 2019 Ford Edge ST at the top of the range. If you check out a Ford Edge lease deal, a high-spec model could be more affordable than you might imagine.

Engines

Few potential buyers are going to be in any way disappointed by the standard powerplant in the Ford Edge. The 2.0-litre turbo-four might sound a little modest for a vehicle of this size, but don’t be fooled. This year it gets a 5 horsepower uplift, and that means it now puts out an impressive 250 horsepower and 280 lb.-ft. of torque, which is sent to the front or all four wheels through an excellent eight-speed automatic transmission.

There's not only one alternative to the 2.0-litre turbo-four, and that's the twin-turbo 2.7-litre V-6 that comes standard in the new Edge ST. Once again, this unit gets a boost this year, so it now develops 335 horsepower and a massive 380 lb.-ft. of torque. It's only available with all-wheel drive, but it's worth spending the extra to get it if it is within your budget.

Features and equipment

This is a model that competes with other models on many different levels, but no Edge is under-equipped. Base models come standard with cruise control, a full set of power features, air conditioning, an audio system with Bluetooth audio streaming, in-car wireless data, Ford's Sync 3 infotainment system, satellite radio, LED headlights, and rain-sensing wipers. An Edge Titanium features leather upholstery, HD radio, a hands-free power tailgate, wireless charging for your phone, a B&O premium sound system and remote start, while ST adds the ST sport-tuned suspension and transmission, 20-inch wheels, and of course, that twin-turbo powerplant and all-wheel drive.

To check out our Ford Edge inventory in Port Alberni and to try one out for yourself on a test drive, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us here at Van Isle Ford, the premier choice Ford dealer in Van Isle Canada.


It used to be the case that the Escape was the Ford SUV that had the sportiest credentials in the family, but the second-generation Ford Edge is giving it a run for its money these days. It might not be as overtly sporty on the outside as the smaller Escape, but the midsize Edge boasts turbocharged engines that certainly pack a punch. Here's more about what to expect when you check out a 2019 Ford Edge for sale today.

Exterior styling

The exterior of the 2019 Ford Edge is definitely an evolution of the midsize SUV that first went into production back in 2006 as a 2007 model year. At first glance, the difference between a first-generation model and the current Edge is obvious, but a closer examination reveals more similarities than differences.

That's not to say the latest model isn’t a huge improvement over the original in the styling department, because it is, but the overall ambiance and the silhouette have a lot in common. The latest 2019 model can look very different, depending on the model and the colour you opt for. In some forms, it can look subtle and elegant, but go for something an ST in white with black wheels and privacy glass and you have an entirely different vehicle altogether.

Trim levels

There are four trim levels to choose from in the 2019 Edge family. The entry model is still the Edge SE, and then we have the SEL, the Titanium, and finally, the all-new 2019 Ford Edge ST at the top of the range. If you check out a Ford Edge lease deal, a high-spec model could be more affordable than you might imagine.

Engines

Few potential buyers are going to be in any way disappointed by the standard powerplant in the Ford Edge. The 2.0-litre turbo-four might sound a little modest for a vehicle of this size, but don’t be fooled. This year it gets a 5 horsepower uplift, and that means it now puts out an impressive 250 horsepower and 280 lb.-ft. of torque, which is sent to the front or all four wheels through an excellent eight-speed automatic transmission.

There's not only one alternative to the 2.0-litre turbo-four, and that's the twin-turbo 2.7-litre V-6 that comes standard in the new Edge ST. Once again, this unit gets a boost this year, so it now develops 335 horsepower and a massive 380 lb.-ft. of torque. It's only available with all-wheel drive, but it's worth spending the extra to get it if it is within your budget.

Features and equipment

This is a model that competes with other models on many different levels, but no Edge is under-equipped. Base models come standard with cruise control, a full set of power features, air conditioning, an audio system with Bluetooth audio streaming, in-car wireless data, Ford's Sync 3 infotainment system, satellite radio, LED headlights, and rain-sensing wipers. An Edge Titanium features leather upholstery, HD radio, a hands-free power tailgate, wireless charging for your phone, a B&O premium sound system and remote start, while ST adds the ST sport-tuned suspension and transmission, 20-inch wheels, and of course, that twin-turbo powerplant and all-wheel drive.

To check out our Ford Edge inventory in Port Alberni and to try one out for yourself on a test drive, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us here at Van Isle Ford, the premier choice Ford dealer in Van Isle Canada.

Source:

https://www.ford.ca/suvs-crossovers/edge/?gnav=header-suvs

Source:

https://www.ford.ca/suvs-crossovers/edge/?gnav=header-suvs