2010 Ford Edge Values
Select a 2010 Ford Edge trim level
2010 model year changes
The Edge model line continues into 2010 with few mechanical or styling changes. An interior cargo shade is now available on all models and a wireless cell phone hook up and a rear-seat entertainment system can be had on the SEL. The Sport gets heated mirrors with memory standard, as well as the aforementioned entertainment system. Cloth seats are offered in the Limited, while trailer hitch receivers are no longer available across the line.
Great seating; smooth ride; peppy performance; Innovative Sync hands-free interface
Special features for 2010
The 2010 Ford Edge is a sporty, modern and passenger-oriented alternative to the truck-based Ford Explorer and goes head to head with other mid-size crossover sport-utility vehicles like the Toyota Highlander and Honda Pilot. The Edge stands out for its daring styling and sporty experience on the road, compared to others in its class. Interior comfort and technology features are another strong point for the Edge--especially Ford's Sync hands-free interface and Sirius's Travel Link service. The Edge features better fuel efficiency than many traditional SUVs; the front-wheel-drive version of the Edge achieves EPA fuel economy ratings of 17 mpg city, 24 highway.
A crossover utility vehicle with seating for five passengers, the 2010 Ford Edge drives like a car while providing the utility of an SUV or minivan. All trims are powered by the same 3.5L V6 which produces 265 hp. The only transmission available is a six-speed automatic. FWD and AWD are both available across all trim lines. The 2010 Ford Edge standard safety features include front, side, and rear airbags, traction control, and four-wheel disc brakes with ABS.