Breaking Down the 2018 Ford Edge

Breaking Down the 2018 Ford Edge

The 2018 Ford Edge is available in four trim level choices. Breaking down the differences can help you make the best buying decision.


The 2018 Ford Edge SE is the base model and comes equipped with a 2.0 litre EcoBoost engine with a six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. It comes with 18-inch silver sparkle aluminum wheels and also has the Ford Sync equipped for a technologically connected drive.



The standard engine setup of the SEL trim level is the same as the SE model. However, drivers can upgrade to an available 3.5 litre VCT V-6 engine. Drivers can also choose to upgrade to 19-inch premium metallic painted wheels. The standard liftgate on the SEL makes loading cargo easier than ever.



Adaptive steering is optional on the Edge Titanium. Although the interiors look similar among the different trim levels, the Titanium comes with ambient mood lighting and an available power steering column and memory external mirrors. Starting in the Titanium trim is the inclusion of the enhanced park assist and frontal 180-degree camera system.



The 2018 Edge Sport is the premium trim level and comes standard with intelligent all-wheel drive and adaptive steering. It also has a sport-tuned suspension system and a 2.7 litre V-6 EcoBoost engine. The Sport comes with 20-inch aluminum wheels and an optional upgrade to 21-inch tarnished gloss wheels. It has deluxe carpets throughout and a premium leather interior.

The 2018 Ford Edge is a capable and accommodating vehicle choice. Come by Moose Jaw Ford to explore the different trim levels in person.

Image via Flickr by truckhardware

Categories: Uncategorised