2021 Ford Edge Titanium Review: Available in Moose Jaw!
The Ford Edge is a five-seater SUV that perfectly balances size, power, and comfort, making it one of the best-selling mid-size crossovers on the market. Read our 2021 Ford Edge Titanium review to find out why this two-row SUV is such a consistent favourite among savvy Saskatchewan drivers.
The Edge Titanium is fitted as standard with a high-power, 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder gas engine making 250 horsepower and 280lb-ft of torque. The output is passed through an eight-speed automatic transmission to front-wheel drive as standard, with intelligent all-wheel drive available as an option. The result is a smooth drive with confident handling and excellent stability when accelerating out of corners.
But the ample power doesn't come at the cost of fuel economy. The front-wheel drive version of the Titanium boasts a highway figure of 9.8L / 100km alongside a city rating of 11.2L / 100km, while the all-wheel drive model is rated at 11.5L (city) and 8.3L (highway).
Interior and Infotainment
Get behind the Titanium's wheel and the car's premium status is immediately clear. The sport bucket seats are finished with leather trims, while metal-plated accents give the interior an upscale feel that's rare in a vehicle at the Edge's affordable price point. Infotainment is handled by a huge 12" touchscreen display, running the latest Ford Sync 4A software for the ultimate in user-friendly experiences. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standard, and both allow wireless connection of your smart device for cord-free convenience. A Wi-Fi hotspot facility is standard, along with a wireless charging pad, while in-dash navigation is an available option. And finally for the interior, the Titanium is fitted with a premium Bang & Olufsen sound system, delivering high-fidelity audio through 12 speakers placed throughout the cabin.
As a mid-size SUV with two rows, the Edge's cabin offers plenty of space for passengers with a total interior volume of 3,225L. There's a cargo capacity of 1,110L behind the second row, while the 60-40 folding seats provide up to 2,079L of storage for when you need to carry larger loads.
Active Safety and Driver Assist
The 2021 Ford Edge passes industry safety tests with flying colours, earning a full five stars from the Nation Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and a Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway safety (IIHS). And to improve the Titanium's safety record even further, the 2021 model has an increased amount of active features as standard. Key highlights include: - Pre-collision assist with automated emergency braking. - Lane keeping assist. - Blind spot monitoring. - Available adaptive cruise control with 'stop and go' system and lane centring option. - Auto-dimming rear view and driver's side view mirrors. And finally, the Edge is fitted with a full set of driver, passenger, and rear seat airbags, along with a post-crash automatic SOS facility.
Test Drive the 2021 Ford Edge Titanium in Saskatchewan
Experience the best of the mid-size SUV format with a test drive of the 2021 Ford Edge Titanium, available now from our Saskatchewan location.