Read the complete 2015 Ford Edge Review at AutoGuide.comFord’s first foray into the mid-size crossover market took place in 2006 when they introduced the Edge.
Almost a decade later, the Blue Oval is back with a second generation that promises more power, better technology and improved efficiency.
Sizing up the New Guy
Just to alleviate potential confusion, the Edge sits between the Escape and Explorer in Ford’s crossover lineup. For reference, it’s about the same size as a Nissan Murano or a Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Build Your Own: 2015 Ford Edge
Perhaps more importantly, it’s roughly four inches longer than the old Edge courtesy of an increased wheelbase that allows Ford to offer more interior volume.
Ford completely revised the interior styling. As you might remember, the old Edge had a square looking dashboard and frankly, a low rent interior.