2014 Ford Edge

Ford increases its range of the crossover. Each one is different in its function and target market. Ford Explorer is a family car, designed for larger families, while the Ford Edge car over the city. 2014 Ford Explorer features a sleek design, the interior with many technological aids in driving, lower fuel consumption, and as such is suitable for small families or for couples who need more space in the vehicle. The 2014 Ford Edge is slightly curved in profile and rich detail.

2014 Ford Edge

 2014 Ford Edge design

 The VW-style grille that starts at the hood-line high and goes low – all the way to the chin spoiler – not one of the Edge’s high points, in our opinion, but otherwise the design is a winner inside and out, with a mix of sharp sheet-metal and pleasing contours. The cabin is pretty much a fault-free-zone – at least putting whatever your thoughts are about the MyFord Touch interface aside. When driving 2014 Ford Edge is predictable and safe, and as such is ideal for families who travel a lot. The driver sits high enough that it allows a better view of the road.

2014 Ford Edge

 2014 Ford Edge engine

As for powertrains 2014 Ford Edge has a 285 horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 and six-speed automatic transmission. The Sport model upgrades to a 3.7-liter making 305 hp, as well as upgraded handling, while those looking for better fuel economy will want the new 2.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost four, rated at 240 hp. It should be added that in 2014 Ford Edge Sport has 22-inch wheels. As security for certain is that the 2014 Ford Edge is one of the safest in the area. The model can be upgraded with a blind-spot monitors, parking sensors and a rearview camera, but it lacks the latest options for features like the inflatable rear seatbelts found on the seven-seat Explorer and Flex crossovers.

2014 Ford Edge rear view

2014 Ford Edge equipment

Equipment is plentiful and those equipment to entertain passengers on long journeys and those who support drivers in driving. All 2014 Ford Edge models get a USB port for music players; a cap less fuel filler; and MyKey, Which lets parents program in speed and volume limits for their younger drivers. MyFord Touch also replaces dozens of buttons and switches with voice controls, steering-wheel controls, and a touch-screen menus. Certain models (those with a higher price) 2014 Ford Edge features a fantastic glass Vista Roof, adaptive cruise control, leather upholstery (where it’s not standard), blind-spot monitors, and on the SEL, a power tailgate.

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