2015 Ford Edge Redesign and Release Date Review
The 2015 Ford Edge redesign and release date review had been introduced in Los Angeles as a concept last November and the production-spec has been publicized. Ford’s popular 5-passenger crossover is the all-new edition and shares much in common as expected with the show car. Offering more interior space, greater technological refinement, visually bolder, and providing even better handling and performance than the current model, the 2015 Ford Edge redesign and release date review will be an intimidating competitor to the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Toyota Venza and Nissan Murano. Being the first Ford to feature standard EcoBoost power through its whole team list, the Gen II Edge is also available in the SE, the SEL, the Sport and a new luxury Titanium trim level.
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All New Model
An all-new core structure creates the 2015 Ford Edge redesign and release date review from Ford’s global structural design underpinning the Fusion. The new Edge’s total stiffness is increased by 26 percent and 16 percent torsional rigidity thanks to greater use of high-strength steel, forming an even more solid groundwork for its heavily updated suspension. Providing improved isolation, it is also tuned for better control and receptiveness. In the Edge Sport, AdvanceTrac bolster with fully independent format of new Curve Control Roll and Stability Control for an especially stiffer character that improves maneuverability at all speeds with Ford’s new Adaptive Steering technology.
There are three engines options for the 2015 Ford Edge redesign and release date review that all paired with a Shiftronic 6-speed automatic with Sport/ Normal modes and paddles shifter on the steering wheel. The 2.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost inline-4 will be standard in the SE, the SEL and Limited making it a quieter, smoother, and widely redesigned version that generate 245 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque and offer an economy-advanced Start/Stop technology. Ford’s all-new EcoBoost 2.7-liter V6 twin-turbo engine is available only in the Edge Sport that bring more than 300 hp in addition to V8 and the current Ti-VCT 3.5-liter V6 naturally aspirated version with 265 hp will also be on offer. Front-drive system can be upgraded on-demand to a seamless all-wheel-drive system that is capable to send available torque up to 100 percent as traction conditions to either axle directive with all engine options.
Exterior and Interior
The new 2015 Ford Edge redesign and release date review features a bolder but lustrous exterior look using hints from Ford’s latest styling language, set off with aero-enhancing and LED lighting elements that include Active Grille Shutters on select models and flow-optimizing Air Curtains. The inside shares a more premium look with same flair and feel either trimmed with cloth or leather. Greater comfort and support in redesigned seats as well as become the quietest Edge thanks to extensive sound-abatement. Acoustic windshield glass is available in all versions and Active Noise Cancellation is available in the Edge Sport while acoustic glass in the front doors can be found in the Titanium. Headroom and legroom for all passengers in the new 2015 Ford Edge redesign and release date review thanks to a taller roof and 1.0-inch stretch in wheelbase along with the increase of cargo space with the 60/40 rear bench up or down.