2020 vs 2019 (Ford Edge Comparison)

2020 vs 2019 (Ford Edge Comparison)

If you're deciding on buying a new 2020 Ford Edge, you may wonder how much it's changed since last year. Let's take a look at the differences between 2019 vs 2020 Ford Edge.


2020 vs 2019 Ford Edge


Let's look at the changes to the 2020 Ford Edge first, then we'll explore some of the many features you will love about this ride. The 2019 model had already undergone many new updates, so the 2020 Edge had only a few changes. First, 2020 is offering some brand new colors that are sure to excite. These colors are:


• Rapid Red
• Dark Persian Green
• Agate Black
• Burgandy Velvet
• Star White
• Atlas Blue
• Iconic Silver
• Desert Gold
• Magnetic
• Ford Performance Blue (ST only)


The 2019 Ford Edge colors are:


• Baltic Sea Green
• Stone Gray
• Blue
• Magnetic
• Burgundy Velvet
• Ruby Red
• White Platinum
• Agate Black
• Ingot Silver
• Oxford White
• Ford Performance Blue (ST only)


Another change you can expect to see is that dual-zone climate control will be a standard feature on the 2020 Ford Edge. On the 2019 model, it was available as an added upgrade.


Finally, the price point will be slightly higher for 2020 but not too much more. 2020
Edge will cost about $41,531 and the 2019 is $40,055.


2020 Ford Edge Details



You'll have a couple options for the engine, depending on what trim you get. There is a Twin-scroll 2.0L EcoBoost Turbocharged 4-cylinder that delivers 250 hp and 275 lb-ft of torque, and one that delivers 335 hp and 380 lb.-ft. of torque.


The Ford Edge features four trim levels, which are:


• Ford Edge SE
• Ford Edge SEL
• Ford Edge Titanium
• Ford Edge ST


Safety and Technology


Don't worry about riding in safety when you select the 2020 Ford Edge. You will have enough features to ensure you are safe on the road. Standard safety features include:


• Lane Departure Warning
• Lane Keep Assist
• Blind Spot Monitoring
• Rear Cross Traffic Alert
• Forward Collision Warning
• Automatic Emergency Braking
• Rearview Camera
• Post-Collision Braking
• Rear Parking Sensors
• Rain-Sensing Windshield Wipers
• Automatic High-Beam Headlights


You can also add additional safety features, such as:


• Voice-Activated Navigation
• Evasive Steering Assist
• Co-Pilot With Adaptive Cruise Control
• Lane Center Assist


Get Started Today


Time to check out a new 2020 Ford Edge by stopping by Moose Jaw Ford today! See you soon!

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