2019 Ford Edge


Ranked #6 in Compact Suv

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Starting MSRP 

$29,995 - $40,755

Key Spec of 2019 Ford Edge
fuel economy


fuel type

Premium unleaded (recommended)


245 hp @ 5500 rpm

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

2019 Ford Edge Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: December 28, 2021

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Nathan Dyer 

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The Edge is one of Ford’s offerings in the midsize crossover segment. There are as many as four SUVs offered in this segment by Ford themselves in various sizes and styles. However, the Edge stands in the midsize segment and is a capable five-seater crossover SUV. The Edge comes with two rows and comfortable seating for 5 passengers. This car is also loaded with features as standard even from the base model, these features only increase with the higher trims.

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ProsConsWhat's New

New ST model with 335 horsepower

Outward visibility hampered by thick roof pillars and blind spots

Refreshed interior and exterior

Spacious cabin

Transmission responses are a little slow

ST replaces the Sport model

Many engine options

Not as agile as rivals

New 8-speed automatic transmission

Composed ride

New driver-assistance features

Over All Rating


Out of 10

Pricing and Features7.00
Engine and Performance8.40
Fuel Economy7.00
Notable Rankings

#6 in Compact Suv

#9 in Suv

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SE$29,995 onwards

  • 18 inch silver aluminum Wheels
  • 2 1st row LCD monitor
  • ABS and driveline Traction control
  • Cloth Seat trim
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Siriusxm AM/FM/Satellite

SEL$33,300 onwards

  • Front Fog/driving lights
  • Heated mirrors
  • Parking assist
  • Premium cloth Seat trim

Titanium$38,760 onwards

  • Driver and passenger Lumbar support
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Leather Seat trim

Colors and Styles

2019 Ford Edge in Aurora Black color
Aurora Black

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

The new Ford Edge feels more aerodynamic and much bolder and the inclusion of more tech gizmos makes it modern. This midsize SUV starts at a price of $29,995 and is offered in four trims the top trim is priced at $38,760.At this price point, it rivals the likes of other SUVs like the Nissan Murano, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Honda Passport


The Ford Edge is sold in four trims namely SE, SEL, Titanium, and ST. Except for the ST trim, all other trims are offered with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive. The ST gets a turbocharged V6 and all-wheel-drive, though you can find all-wheel-drive in models with the four-cylinder engine as well. There is an option to upgrade to the AWD setup.

Trims from the SEL and above come with several option packages. These packages add additional comfort, infotainment, and active safety features beyond those listed below, based on which one you choose. The price for the base SE trim starts at $29,995 and goes all the way up to $42,355 for the top-end ST trim






Price (FWD)





Price (AWD)






18” alloy wheels

Adds or upgrades from “SE”

Adds or upgrades from “SEL”

Adds or upgrades from “Titanium”


Black, power side-view mirrors

18” Split-Spoke alloy wheels

19” Nickel painted alloy wheels

20” Machined alloy wheels


6-way manual driver’s seat and 4-way manual front-passenger seat

10-way power driver’s seat and 6-way power front-passenger seat

heated front seats with driver’s memory feature

Active noise control


AM/FM stereo with MP3 capability and 6 speakers

Body-color, power, heated side-view mirrors with integrated LED turn signal indicators and security approach lamps

Acoustic-laminate front-door glass

All-wheel drive (AWD) (includes AWD disconnect, SelectShift capability, and steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters)


Manual air conditioning

Dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control

Ambient lighting



Manual liftgate

Leather-wrapped steering wheel

B&O Sound System with 12 speakers and HD Radio Technology



Manual-tilt/-telescoping steering column

LED fog lamps

Hands-free foot-activated liftgate



SYNC Voice Recognition Communications and Entertainment System with 4.2" LCD screen in center stack, 911 Assist, AppLink, and 1 smart-charging USB port

SYNC 3 with 8" LCD capacitive touchscreen in center stack, 911 Assist, AppLink, Apple CarPlay™compatibility, Android Auto™ compatibility, and 2 smart-charging USB ports

Illuminated front door-sill scuff plates



Dual brushed stainless steel exhaust tips

Reverse Sensing System

LED signature daytime running lamps




Silver roof-rack side rails 

Memory feature for side-view mirrors




SecuriCode keyless entry keypad

Power-tilt/-telescoping steering column with memory




EasyFold rear seatback release

Remote Start System





Wireless charging pad





Universal garage door opener


Which Trim should you buy?

The SE trim is a too bare to the bone model even though it comes with quite some good features as standard and we would not recommend that. The titanium trim has everything and that would be our go-to model but with the options of comfort, infotainment, and AWD setup. However, if you possess a thirst for more power then it is best for you to blindly walk to the ST trim because it has all of the gizmos, a bigger engine which translates to more power.

Engine and Performance

Except for the ST trim, every trim in the Ford Edge line up, the engine used is a turbocharged 2.0L 4-cylinder unit that makes 250 horsepower, it comes equipped with an automatic stop/start feature to save fuel when idling. However, the sporty ST has a turbocharged 2.7L V6 churning out 335 horsepower. 

Both the engines come paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission, and the ST trim also comes with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters. The smaller engine trims come with a front-wheel-drive (FWD) as the basic setup, the all-wheel-drive (AWD) is available as an option. The ST trim comes with the all-wheel-drive setup as standard.


2019 Ford Edge

2019 Nissan Murano

2019 Honda Passport

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe







2.0L Turbocharged Inline 4

3.5L V6

3.5L V6

3.3L V6


8 Speed Automatic


9 Speed Automatic

6 Speed Automatic


250 hp @ 5,500 rpm

260 hp @ 6000 rpm

280 hp @ 6000 rpm

290 hp @ 6400 rpm


280 lb-ft @ 3,000 rpm

240 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

262 lb-ft @ 4700 rpm

252 lb-ft @ 5200 rpm

The competition is tough for the SUV since every other SUV in this segment has almost similar power and torque figures. The Santa Fe churns out the most powerful thanks to the bigger 3.3L V6 engine. While Ford Edge’s engine might look puny in terms of displacement, it produces the highest amount of torque. In the ST trim, the Ford gets a 2.7L twin-turbo V6 which throws out 335 hp and 380 lb-ft. of torque.

How well does the 2019 Ford Edge handle?

The Ford Edge comes with independent suspension, electric power steering; this two help deliver good body control and a good road feel with a controlled ride. It feels more like Ford’s Fusion sedan in how it steers into corners and travels easily down the highway. The Titanium trim comes with bigger wheels, but they don’t compromise the Edge’s steering and handling prowess at moderate speeds.

There was an adaptive-steering system offered on the Edge in prior years, but it has been removed as the benefits were minimal. The ST shows more ride manners. It comes with its 20-inch wheels and 21-inches and summer tires on some editions. It comes with a stiffer suspension tune and heavier steering when the Sport button is pressed. It’s very firm but manages to keep the cabin traveling smooth and absorbs all the undulation well.

2019 Ford Edge Braking Performance

The Edge's brakes seem a little choppy in the beginning, but they do possess strong and reassuring stopping power. On the first press of the pedal, the initial action is soft, but the braking force can be modulated easily. Unlike other vehicles, the Edge manages to avoid a vague braking routine. Shedding speed from 60-0 mph is done in a distance of 119 feet, which is a good result for a midsize SUV.


2019 Ford Edge

2019 Nissan Murano

2019 Honda Passport

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Brake Rear (in.)





Curb Weight (lbs.)





60-0 MPH (ft.)





The Ford Edge gets the biggest brake in terms of size in this comparison and even though it is the heaviest car here the car manages to stop from 60 mph to just under 119 feet. The Santa Fe is the better car and comes to stop in just 116 feet from 60 mph. The Honda Passport on the other hand took the maximum distance of 126 feet to halt making it a poor car in terms of braking but it is the fastest to 60 mph.

Fuel Economy

Equipped with a four-cylinder engine returns an above-average fuel economy ratings for the class. The four-cylinder turbocharged engine in front-wheel-drive configuration returns an estimated 22 mpg in the city, 29 mpg on the highway, and 25 mpg combined mileage. In the all-wheel-drive setup, these figures drop to 21 mpg in the city, 28 mpg on the highway, and 23 mpg combined. Mileage comes down by a few more mpg in models with the V6 ST trim and returns an estimated 19 mpg in the city, 26 mpg on the highway, and 21 mpg combined.


2019 Ford Edge

2019 Nissan Murano

2019 Honda Passport

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe

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MPG (highway)





MPG (combined)





Range (city/highway) (miles)





Tank Capacity (gal)





The Ford Edge returns the best mileage figures thanks to the smaller displacement turbocharged engine. It has the smallest tank and yet returns the most range even more than the competitors with bigger fuel tanks. Both Nissan and Honda have similar mileage figures and the Hyundai lags behind with the lowest numbers.


The Ford Edge is a very quiet vehicle with great comfort in the front, the back seats are flat. The ride comfort is good and the suspension deals with many moderate bumps very well. Smaller roads and uneven textures tend to seep into the cabin in the form of a slightly busy ride. The seats feel cozy and the credits go to comfortable seat cushions and soft leather. The flat, rear seat is optimized for folding and not comfort. A reclining rear seatback is a great feature.


2019 Ford Edge

2019 Nissan Murano

2019 Honda Passport

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe

Passenger capacity





Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)





Second (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)





All the SUVs here are five-seaters but the Ford Edge offers the most space. Again being midsize SUVs everything is the same in the other cars too. And those who usually have few people on board should consider Ford Edge over the others. The interior features include in the 2019 Ford Edge include:

  • Fabric upholstery
  • Upgraded cloth upholstery
  • 10-way power-adjustable front seats
  • Leather upholstery
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated and ventilated front seats
  • Heated and ventilated rear seats

What’s there to keep you entertained?

The standard system is pretty basic and can be upgraded to an SYNC3 infotainment system that comes with a responsive touch screen and an intuitive interface. It also incorporates helpful features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, making it easy to connect your smartphone to the vehicle. Standard infotainment features in the new Ford Edge are:

  • the SYNC interface, 
  • a USB port, 
  • Bluetooth, voice recognition, satellite radio, 
  • a six-speaker stereo, 
  • a 4.2-inch display, and FordPass Connect with a Wi-Fi hot spot
  • SYNC 3 infotainment system
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Navigation
  • 8-inch touch screen (available)
  • 9-speaker premium sound system (available)
  • 12-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system (available)

The 2019 model of the Edge has been given a fresh look and that livens up things, it now houses new LED headlights as standard. The LED taillights are also larger, while the liftgate has also been revised. The ST has a gloss black grille and matching fog-light surrounds, black bezels in the headlights, and dual-exhaust outlets. 

The Edge’s basic wide stance remains, however, so care needs to be taken but this provides extra stability to the chassis and plenty of shoulder room for occupants. The Ford Edge is still practical with these measurements, The length of the SUV is 188.8“ with a width of 75..9” and a height of 68.3”. The wheelbase measures 112.2”, while curb weight is a massive 4,216 lbs.


2019 Ford Edge

2019 Nissan Murano

2019 Honda Passport

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Ground clearance (in)





Wheelbase (in)





The Ford is small in terms of length among the rivals but still manages to offer the longest wheelbase which translates into more space. The Edge has the most ground clearance and that makes it easy to tackle bad roads and big bumps. The Honda Passport is the widest and tallest SUV and also has the most ground clearance of all the SUVs in comparison. Some of the exterior features of Ford Edge include: 

  • 18" alloy wheels
  • Black Bodyside Cladding
  • Autolamp Fully Automatic Projector Beam LED headlight 
  • Black Power Side Mirrors w/Manual Folding
  • LED Brakelights
  • Fixed Rear Window w/Fixed Interval Wiper and Defroster
  • Speed Sensitive Rain Detecting Variable Intermittent Wipers
  • Lip Spoiler

The base SE trim itself comes with a lot of features as standard and it only increases with the trims and the prices. There are additional packages that can be opted to make this even better. This car has also been rated very highly by the IIHS and the NHTSA, only the headlights got a good/poor rating from IIHS and the rollover test has a 4-star rating from NHTSA, other than these two the SUV aces the safety aspect. Standard advanced safety features:

  • Rearview camera
  • Lane keep assist
  • Automatic high-beam headlights
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Forward collision warning
  • Pedestrian detection
  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Post-collision braking
  • Rain-sensing windshield wipers
  • Ford’s MyKey system

2019 Ford Edge vs 2019 Nissan Murano

The Ford Edge is one of the best handlings and performing SUVs today. The Edge has higher cargo capacity and a better infotainment system. The Nissan Murano on the other hand offers a plush and quiet ride and has fit and finish levels that seem premium. But, if sportiness is what you desire, the Ford Edge is the better choice however if you are going for a comfortable and premium mile muncher, the Murano is the one.

2019 Ford Edge vs Hyundai Santa Fe

The starting price of the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe is slightly more than the Edge's and justifies it by offering a few more toys and seven seats for a similar outlay. The Santa Fe also comes with a bigger engine and a better towing capacity than the Ford Edge. Therefore, the Santa Fe is a good rival that might be worth a look.

2019 Ford Edge Vs 2019 Honda Passport

The Honda and the Ford are very close to each other and only a personal test drive can help you decide. Both are capable SUVs with comfortable rides, though the Ford gets better mileage. However, the Edge has a slightly smaller cabin with two rows of seats and less total cargo space than the Passport. The larger Passport even with two rows of seats is spacious and has a higher cargo capacity than the Edge.

Final Verdict

The 2019 Ford Edge offers great ride quality with great interiors. It is really great in terms of performance and mileage as well. However, the Santa Fe is the only car that can be a considerable rival and worth a look at. The new Ford Edge minces the other two cars and lunges ahead. This car if bought will be a good bargain and thanks to the widespread network of the maker the services are widely available.


vehicle bio
base price


body style

4dr SUV

engine type

122 cu in

horse power

245 hp @ 5500 rpm


275 lb.-ft. @ 3000 rpm


8 speed shiftable automatic


189 in


112 in


76 in

curb weight

4124 lbs


68 in

Ground Clearance

8 lbs

passenger volume

40.3 cu ft

cargo volume

73.4 cu ft

passenger capacity

5 Seats

fuel economy

21/23/28 mpg

highway range

518.0 mi

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

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Ford Edge 5 year Cost To Own

Cash Price(MSRP)
5 Year Cost To Own
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $51,044
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Financing Interest$2,016$1,688$1,270$753$305$6,032
Taxes and Fees$3,004$256$259$162$153$3,834
Total Cost-To-Own$14,399$9,109$8,531$10,235$8,770$51,044
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