Limited 4dr All-wheel Drive
2011 Ford Edge

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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 18 City / 25 Hwy
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2011 Edge Overview

Ford Masters The Mid-Cycle Refresh 2011 Ford Edge - Click above for high-res image gallery It's one thing for an automaker to develop a single great vehicle. After all, even a blind squirrel can score the occasional nut. But to gain a loyal customer base, automakers must string together a consistent cadence of winners. When CEO Alan Mulally joined Ford Motor Company in 2006, he inherited a product lineup with only two true champions: the F-Series pickup and the iconic Mustang. Over the next four years, Mulally and his team concentrated on getting the company leaner and meaner while improving quality and streamlining its product offerings. At the same time that Ford was trimming costs and eliminating waste, it was also producing more competitive products. The 2010 Taurus was a step in the right direction. The 2010 Fusion won Motor Trend Car of the Year. The 2011 Mustang GT got the engines it needed to beat up on the pony car competition. And buyers are spending top dollar to get optioned-up 2011 Fiesta hatchbacks and sedans. The Blue Oval has been firing on all cylinders, and the company's newest offering, the 2011 Edge, is supposed to extend Ford's seemingly unbreakable streak. Will updated looks, new engines and a completely overhauled interior get the Edge on buyers' short lists? We spent a week in a loaded 2011 Edge Limited to see for ourselves. Continue reading... %Gallery-104192% Photos copyright ©2010 Chris Shunk / AOL Ford has a lot of product momentum of late, but many of the outstanding new vehicles it's ushered to market have been built off an existing foundation. The new Taurus, Fusion and Mustang all feature the same basic architecture as their less celebrated predecessors. The Edge is no different, and as such, it could be argued that the five-seat crossover may actually have been the most successful model out of the gate. Ford sold 130,000 copies of the mid-size crossover during its first full year on the market. Sure, that's 12,000 fewer sales compared to the Fusion's first full year, but the key stat to consider is that the starting price for an Edge was about $8,000 higher than a Fusion, which makes it likely that Ford earns quite a bit more money selling an Edge than when it moves a Fusion. That price disparity won't change for 2011, either, as the Edge now starts out at $27,220, with a Limited model like our tester commanding at least $34,220. The first generation Edge (2006-10) impressed CUV buyers with its sharp-looking sheetmetal. It makes sense, then, that Ford put less effort into redesigning an exterior that was already well-liked. The 2011 Edge receives a new, more Fusion-like front fascia with a big, bold grille and a particularly attractive hood that rises over the engine and falls away from a sharp crease towards the fenders and grille. Sticking to Ford's comprehensive Refresh Playbook, designers also upgraded the Edge's lighting, using modern-looking HID lamps up front and LED technology in the …
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2011 Edge Overview

Ford Masters The Mid-Cycle Refresh 2011 Ford Edge - Click above for high-res image gallery It's one thing for an automaker to develop a single great vehicle. After all, even a blind squirrel can score the occasional nut. But to gain a loyal customer base, automakers must string together a consistent cadence of winners. When CEO Alan Mulally joined Ford Motor Company in 2006, he inherited a product lineup with only two true champions: the F-Series pickup and the iconic Mustang. Over the next four years, Mulally and his team concentrated on getting the company leaner and meaner while improving quality and streamlining its product offerings. At the same time that Ford was trimming costs and eliminating waste, it was also producing more competitive products. The 2010 Taurus was a step in the right direction. The 2010 Fusion won Motor Trend Car of the Year. The 2011 Mustang GT got the engines it needed to beat up on the pony car competition. And buyers are spending top dollar to get optioned-up 2011 Fiesta hatchbacks and sedans. The Blue Oval has been firing on all cylinders, and the company's newest offering, the 2011 Edge, is supposed to extend Ford's seemingly unbreakable streak. Will updated looks, new engines and a completely overhauled interior get the Edge on buyers' short lists? We spent a week in a loaded 2011 Edge Limited to see for ourselves. Continue reading... %Gallery-104192% Photos copyright ©2010 Chris Shunk / AOL Ford has a lot of product momentum of late, but many of the outstanding new vehicles it's ushered to market have been built off an existing foundation. The new Taurus, Fusion and Mustang all feature the same basic architecture as their less celebrated predecessors. The Edge is no different, and as such, it could be argued that the five-seat crossover may actually have been the most successful model out of the gate. Ford sold 130,000 copies of the mid-size crossover during its first full year on the market. Sure, that's 12,000 fewer sales compared to the Fusion's first full year, but the key stat to consider is that the starting price for an Edge was about $8,000 higher than a Fusion, which makes it likely that Ford earns quite a bit more money selling an Edge than when it moves a Fusion. That price disparity won't change for 2011, either, as the Edge now starts out at $27,220, with a Limited model like our tester commanding at least $34,220. The first generation Edge (2006-10) impressed CUV buyers with its sharp-looking sheetmetal. It makes sense, then, that Ford put less effort into redesigning an exterior that was already well-liked. The 2011 Edge receives a new, more Fusion-like front fascia with a big, bold grille and a particularly attractive hood that rises over the engine and falls away from a sharp crease towards the fenders and grille. Sticking to Ford's comprehensive Refresh Playbook, designers also upgraded the Edge's lighting, using modern-looking HID lamps up front and LED technology in the …Hide Full Review