2014 Ford Edge Review and Release Date
The 2014 Ford Edge review and release date is a standout among midsize crossovers thanks to its style, agility, and cutting-edge technology. It promises more enhancements of the existing model’s remarkable safety and infotainment system, poised handling and comfortable, quiet interior. Unfortunately its larger size could slow down motion in tight rooms, while a new steering system should aid. For 2015, Ford Edge model is fully redesigned with an upgraded interior, a new look, and innovative entertainment and safety technology. The Ford Edge gets the first substantial redesign for 2015 in its short history. The new Edge is designed to appeal across the globe and incorporates many of the same handling, design, and technology advancements introduced in the present-day-generation Fusion sedan. The 2014 Ford Edge review and release date is longer and higher than its forerunner, offering more legroom for front and backseat passengers as well as headroom. The cargo capacity behind the second-row seats grows larger giving more space if the second row folds down opens.
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The 2014 Ford Edge review and release date comes in the SE, the SEL, the Sport, and Titanium trim levels. The last mention trim level is available for the first time. Sport and Titanium models come standard with new adaptive steering system that can reduce low-speed steering work in parking lots. standard and optional equipment comprise parallel parking assist, a heated steering wheel, a panoramic sunroof a front parking camera, a hands-free liftgate, ventilated and heated front seats, and MyFord Touch with an 8-inch touchscreen with entertainment and hands-free phone functions. The Sport trim gets the stereo system with active noise cancellation.
There is a new architecture underneath the 2014 Ford Edge review and release date based on the Fusion sedan. A cushier and quieter ride receives a redesigned suspension mostly revamped in the rear. a standard 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine provide power for the Edge that Ford states will produce about 245 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque. There is also available a 3.5-liter V6 engine option. Shoppers can also get a new 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 boosting 300 hp but only on Edge Sport variant. Connecting power to the front wheels or over an available AWD system, a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters steering-wheel-mounted is paired with all engine options. The 2014 Ford Edge review and release date with 4-cylinder is available with all-wheel drive and a tow package with 3,500 pounds tow rating.
The 2014 Ford Edge review and release date continues the Edge’s reputation for having Ford’s developing safety technology. All new Edge will get adaptive cruise control, inflatable rear safety belts, rear cross-traffic warning, a rearview camera, blind-spot monitoring, forward collision alert, lane-keeping assist, automatic braking, and an advanced new front passenger knee airbag.
The 2014 Ford Edge review and release date will be in the market at early 2015. Although Ford hasn’t announced pricing, the new model should be sold at $29,000. This price and features will keep Edge to be as competitive as the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Volkswagen Touareg.