Ford sells a lot of Edge SUVs. It unloaded 142,603 in 2017 alone. The reason is that it’s a solid sport utility vehicle with ample storage space. It’s a big vehicle so it’s not particularly fast or agile, but it gets the job done. With the 2019 refresh (starting at $29,995), the automaker sticks with what works while creating a slightly more aggressive-looking vehicle and updating its driver-assistance features.
- Co-Pilot360 is a much improved semi-autonomous suite
- Standard safety features include emergency braking
- Sync 3 is still a solid infotainment system
- Still some ping-ponging with lane keep assist
- Weird delay when you put the pedal to the metal
- Body roll becomes very apparent around sharp corners
At the center of that new technology is Co-Pilot360. The Edge is the first Ford vehicle with the updated driver-assistance suite. Like other automakers, Ford has decided to drop its newest tech in an SUV because people buy a lot of SUVs. The result is a safer vehicle with some of the more important features available as standard equipment.
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