New Ford Edge Equipped with “Technology with Purpose” to Conquer Segment

When you think of the Ford Edge from years past, you probably imagine a very sturdy, very reliable SUV. While those older models can still get the job done, they simply aren’t going to blow anyone away, especially in today’s incredibly competitive SUV market. Therefore, Ford went back to the drawing board to design an all-new Edge that’s ready not just to compete, but to rule the SUV segment.

2015 New Ford EdgeFord touts the new Edge as having “Technology with Purpose.” In other words, the new Ford Edge comes with many new or improved features, both inside and out; all designed using cutting-edge technology and materials. Even the car’s frame and suspension systems have been improved, making the car stronger and giving it better handling at the same time.

Thanks to the Edge’s longer wheelbase, you’ll have more room both for your passengers and your cargo in this new model. This new Edge is powered by a 2.0L four-cylinder EcoBoost engine which gets 245 horsepower and 275 lb-ft. of torque.

The design for this better-than-ever Edge came from a special place. Kevin George, now the exterior design manager for the Edge, used to have a job designing cars for Hollywood movies and NASCAR. He also designed the popular “Richocet” toy car you might remember from your youth. It’s no wonder this new Edge looks so special. Come see us at Cambridge Classic Ford to learn more!

2015 Ford Edge Sport Update Makes it the Most Powerful Yet

Ford has finally revealed the juicy under-the-hood details of the all-new 2015 Edge Sport, and boy it’s looking good.

Thanks to the newest 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine rated at 315 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque, the 2015 Edge Sport is officially the most powerful Edge yet. This is in part thanks to the compacted graphite iron—the same material as Ford’s 6.7-liter Power Stroke—that enables the EcoBoost to be remarkably stiff and compact, improving power and torque while reducing noise and harshness.2015 Ford Edge Sport

Ford didn’t just improve the engine, however. The suspension has also been upgraded with stiffer front and rear antiroll bars, enhanced dampers, and stiffer springs that offer significantly less body roll. Overall, this will make the car more controllable and precise around corners.

Check out the official press release for the rest of the details on the Ford Edge Sport update, and come test drive it at Cambridge Classic Ford to see for yourself just how well it handles!