The redesigned 2015 Ford Edge includes two powertrain options, a parking suite, a cross-traffic alert system and a 180-degree front camera. The overall appearance of the vehicle is more streamlined, and the switch to the Ford Fusion platform allows the Edge to deliver enhanced agility and handling.
The new look and technology of the Ford Edge differs greatly from its previous versions, and the choice between two different powertrain setups gives owners additional options for customization. The 2015 model also comes with three engine choices, including a twin-scroll 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine with four cylinders, a six-cylinder 2.7-liter EcoBoost option and a 3.7-liter V6 with flex-fuel capabilities.
Additional technology includes a parking suite that automatically parallel parks the vehicle or takes over when backing into a parking spot with its reverse perpendicular parking options. The cross-traffic alert system and 180-degree front camera simplify manual parking and let users see pedestrians in the area. The overall design of the vehicle looks far sleeker than previous models, and the new chassis setup allows for a more agile vehicle that can more easily handle turns and quick stops. The use of the Ford Fusion platform also allows the 2015 Ford Edge to benefit from handling improvements.