- Three trim levels currently available
- No entry-level Zetec from 2018
- Lux Packs are sensible options
From launch there were three trim levels to choose from: Zetec, Titanium and Sport.
Towards the end of 2016 the luxurious Vignale specification was introduced, while the following year ST-Line replaced Sport. Ford discontinued Zetec versions of the Edge in early 2018.
Standard Ford Edge SUV equipment
From early 2018, the strong-selling Edge Titanium became the entry-point to the range with the following standard kit:
- 19-inch alloy wheels
- Front foglights
- LED rear lamps
- Automatic headlights and wipers
- Front and rear parking sensors, plus a reversing camera
- Electric tailgate
- Chrome exterior trim
- Acoustic side glass
- Darkened rear privacy glass
- Electrically heated windscreen
- Sync3 multimedia system with sat-nav
- Heated front seats
- Dual-zone climate control
Opt for the Edge ST-Line and additionally you'll net:
- 20-inch grey alloy wheels
- Body-coloured bodykit
- Sports suspension
- Gloss black exterior detailing
- 12-speaker Sony speaker system
- Faux suede upholstery
- Electrically adjustable front seats
Topping the range is the plushly trimmed Edge Vignale:
- Additional chrome detailing with Vignale-specific grille and bumper
- Adaptive LED headlamps
- Luxury perforated leather upholstery
- Enhanced ambient lighting
- Illuminated kick plates
Optional Ford Edge SUV extras
There are a number of individual options that can be specified to tailor the Edge to your specific tastes and needs, including metallic paint, LED headlamps, upgraded audio systems, heated rear seats and a panoramic glass roof to highlight but a few.
Titanium buyers can specify a Lux Pack that includes full leather upholstery, electrically adjustable front seats with heating and cooling, heated rear seats, the panoramic roof and electrically folding door mirrors.
There's a similar ST-Line Lux Pack that costs less becuase it's building upon a higher level of standard equipment, hence it doesn't include the cost of the electric front seats, nor is the upholstery upgraded to full leather.
The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the Ford Edge.
Equipment by trim level
To view equipment options for a specific trim level, please select from the following list:
|Equipment included on some trim levels|
Standard Trim equipment
|Standard Trim standard equipment|
|Standard Trim optional equipment|
|Sport standard equipment|
|Sport optional equipment|
|ST-Line standard equipment|
|ST-Line optional equipment|
|Titanium standard equipment|
|Titanium optional equipment|
|Zetec standard equipment|
|Zetec optional equipment|
- Five-star crash test rating from Euro NCAP
- Lots of standard safety kit scross the range
- Adaptive LED headlamps are worth the extra cost
Ford designed the Edge to perform well in the more stringent Euro NCAP crash tests introduced in 2016 - it was a strategy that worked with a five-star score achieved that year.
Standard Ford Edge safety equipment
All Edges have a multimedia sustem that features voice-recognition software allowing the driver to keep their eyes on the road while using the Ford's many features. For example, simply tell the car what to find via the sat-nav (where fitted) and it’ll do the rest. It's that easy.
You also get a rear-view camera, keyless ignition, a low-speed automatic braking system, dark-tinted rear windows to keep the rear occupants out of view, automatic headlights and wipers, a quick-defrosting function for the windscreen, a system to keep you in your lane unless you indicate and traffic sign recognition, which displays the speed limit and any other relevant road signs.
Parking sensors and a reversing camera are also standard on Titanium models upwards.
Optional Ford Edge safety systems
Two of the most compelling safety features available for extra cash are adaptive headlights (which turn when you steer, allowing you to see better when cornering) and inflatable rear seatbelt airbags for added peace of mind for your all-important back-seat passengers.
You’ve got the option of an automatic parking system too, and adaptive cruise control that’ll match the car’s speed to the vehicle in front up to a pre-set limit.
How many Isofix points does the Ford Edge have?
Both of the Edge's outer rear seats have Isofix childseat-mounting brackets for attaching the restraints conveniently and quickly.
Watch: Ford Edge SUV Euro NCAP crash test video
- Five adults should be able to get comfy
- Useful amounts of storage room
- Massive cupholders also feature
Compared with the Mondeo it shares its platform with, the Ford Edge feel significantly more spacious for families - five adults are unlikely to find difficulty getting comfortable on a long journey.
There's ample space for odds and ends to be hidden away, plus the cupholders up front are very deep, confirming its North American hertiage where beverage buckets frequent car interiors.
Despite it's bold, imposing appearance, the Edge takes up a similar amount of space on the road as a Ford Mondeo, so finding somewhere to park it shouldn't prove too challenging.
Visibility all-round is fine, too, so it never feels daunting to pilot.
Pop open the tailgate and you'll have a useful 602 litres of space, increasing to 1,847 when the rear seats are folded over.
They split 60:40 and drop with the convenience of a button just insisde the boot.
Many Edges are fitted with electric tailgates for added convenience. It's slow and steady in operation, accompanied by a series of beeps to confirm it's operating.