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Ford originally launched the Edge to take advantage of the growing crossover market. The 2012 model offers Ford's most cutting-edge engine and cabin technology.Back to review.
The Edge presents a brawny appearance with straightforward styling. The grille, with its three-bar design, represents an older styling language which Ford has phased out on other models.Back to review.
The 2-liter EcoBoost engine available in the Edge gives it equivalent power to a V-6, thanks to direct injection and a turbocharger, but fuel economy in the mid-20s.Back to review.
The Edge's layout allows room for five passengers in upright seating plus cargo. Back to review.
All-wheel drive is available with the V-6, but not with the EcoBoost engine. The Edge is built on a front-wheel-drive platform.Back to review.
The dual rear pipes seem excessive, considering the engine's displacement is that of a 2-liter soda bottle.Back to review.
The cargo area is easily accessible, and should be large enough for most families' needs.Back to review.
In Limited trim, Ford applies leather liberally around the cabin, and includes power-adjustable seats.Back to review.
The bench back seat is fairly typical for this class of vehicle. A rear-seat entertainment system is also available from the factory, with headrest-mounted monitors.Back to review.
In the 2011 model year, Ford added its MyFord Touch cabin tech interface, which includes a somewhat balky touch screen as well as LCDs to either side of the speedometer.Back to review.
Electric power-steering boost lessens engine strain and provides a more consistent feel.Back to review.
The instrument cluster LCDs show vehicle information on the left, and infotainment functions on the right.Back to review.
You can make selections from the instrument cluster display using the directional pad, and the voice command button activates Sync.Back to review.
The automatic transmission is a six-speed, but does not let you select gears. Instead, it has a single low setting.Back to review.
The navigation system stores its maps on an SD card, but includes both plan and perspective views, along with traffic data integration.Back to review.
The onscreen keyboard looks good, but response can be slow.Back to review.
The audio screens will show cover art for the currently playing track.Back to review.
Audio sources appear in a strip down the left side of the screen. Ford will improve the usability and look with a future update.Back to review.