2016 Ford Edge Values
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2016 model year changes
The Ford Edge remains mostly unchanged for 2016. The biggest change is to how the Edge is steered. A new adaptive steering system has been added as standard across the entire Edge lineup. The new steering promises to make the Edge both more fun to drive and easier to maneuver at low speeds. Adaptive steering achieves this by decreasing the number of turns needed to go lock to lock at parking lot speeds while increasing the amount input needed to steer the car at high speeds. The slower steering at high speeds works to both increase stability and allow for more precise inputs.
Range of efficient powertrains; strong safety feature set; stylish and refined
Special features for 2016
The 2016 Ford Edge is a vast improvement over its predecessor. The Edge is often compared to the Nissan Murano, the Kia Sorento and the Chevrolet Equinox however, the Edge comes with a more powerful set of powertrains and more competitive fuel economy. Passenger volume, rear legroom and cargo capacity are among the best in the category.
The Ford Edge is a midsized crossover SUV that offers seating for five and plenty of features. Standard equipment includes: 18” alloy wheels, automated headlamps, 60/40 split and fold rear seating, tilt and telescope steering wheel, parking camera, 4.2” touchscreen console, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, smartphone app integration and basic audio system. Upgrades and options can add things like a rear parking sensors, two-zone climate control, HD radio, 8” touchscreen console, GPS, powered and heated front seating, larger alloy wheels (up to 21”), powered rear liftgate, LED tail lamps, ambient LED interior lighting, premium 12-speaker Sony audio system, roof rack and rails, sport-tuning, rear seat DVD entertainment center, collision mitigation system, and much more. Powering the Edge is a capable and turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that turns over 245 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque.