With the release of the 2018 Edge Ford sheds the less is more convention - delivering a bevy of engine options to the Sumner market. No longer will drivers endure limited performance selections. Instead variety will dominate.
According to AutoGuide, the 2018 Edge boasts a dynamic engine suite - with drivers able to customize their power needs. Choose from three distinct options (each of which is tailored for specific performance ratios).
The base-level engine for the Edge is a spirited 2.0L four-cylinder. It yields 245 HP and 275 lb.-ft of torque to ensure steady power. The inclusion of EcoBoost technology, however, brands this option ideal for the budget-conscious - with 21 MPGs in the city and 29 MPGs on the highway achieved. No longer waste time (or dollars) at the pump.
For those craving all-terrain thrills Ford recommends its second-level engine - a robust 3.6L V6. This promises 280 HP and 250 lb.-ft of torque, and it enables the Edge to achieve superior towing (with up to 2,000 pounds of conventional trailering available and a payload capacity of 1,145 pounds).
To maximize every mile choose the Edge’s third-tier engine. The 2.7L V6 generates 315 HP and 350 lb.-ft of torque, utilizing twin-scroll technology to optimize the power-band and raise the redline (5,550 RPM). This delivers a 0 to 60 run of 5.6 seconds and a quarter-mile blitz of 14.2 seconds.
The 2018 Edge enables drivers to take control of their performance needs. To learn more about this SUV contact our team today!