2018 Ford Edge Sport Specs
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Two new options are included in the package list. First, the gray 19-inch painted aluminum wheels, skid plates, grille surround, rear spoiler and exterior mirror caps are the flood sports appearance package that adds a blacked-out look. The package also adds more menacing black accented headlights, black window moulding and gray fabric seating surfaces. Adaptive Cruise Control, in which the flood, titanium and sports trims can also be equipped with a safe and intelligent package advanced-collision alert, automatic high beam headlights, rearward-traffic alert, Lane-keeping assist, automatic dimming driver-adds blind spot tracking with side mirror and rain-sensing wipers. Join two new color palette: Blue metallic and lightning blue.
I saw a new 20-inch rim design in titanium and participated in four creative new colors called palette: blue jeans, white gold, Canyon Ridge, and $395 Clear-Mont Burgundy Velvet.
Until we love Edge Sport’s fiery Twin-Turbo V-6, it’s probably best to get a more pragmatic approach to family transport. From the base step up to the middle flood cost $2840 and double-zone automatic climate control adds luxurious, such as power-adjustable front seats, SiriusXM satellite radio, automatic dimming rearward mirror, rear parking sensors, body color exterior mirror caps and keyless input touchpad. We want to pay additional $625 to upgrade to mid-level 280-HP 3.5-liter V-6 and $2910 Option Pack 201a
2018 Ford Edge Sport Specs
The new Torrent Sports View package can add some visual ability, but nothing has been changed with Edge’s suspension, engine or brake. We haven’t had the chance to get a 2018 model for the test track yet, but it’s safe to say the performance should be similar to the test models below.
If speed is your thing, go with the 315-HP Edge Sport. In our test, it is a 3.5 liter titanium model faster than the rest of the 60 mph 5.6 seconds-full two seconds bolted. His hustle is not just fast for this segment; Quick, period. Standard 245-HP Turbo 2.0 liter inline-EcoBoost naming four shares with Twin-Turbo 2.7-liter V-6 Edge sport, but the sport gallop where the menderes.
2018 Ford Edge Sport Interior
The spacious and well-appointed cabins are spoiled with only small trim-fit problems. The outward visibility is average for the segment, but in step height we make it easier to input and output than the lowest test in this group. The new flood Sports View package includes new fabric seating surfaces and other embellishments that lend some attitude to the cabin of the edge. Otherwise, it remains a comfortable, well-furnished interior that is sure to satisfy most invaders. Ample for four adults, Edge’s cabin is a comfortable place for a trip or a road trip. Two-row Ford’s internal measurements beat all but the front seat Leggroom’s opponent to this matchup
Our Titanium Test tool came onboard with interior leather seats, but the cloth is standard in SE and flood models. The seats are supportive and comfortably cushioned. The materials are beautifully selected throughout the cabin, but the panel can fit and finish better; We’ve noticed several misaligned dashboard fragments in the test tool. Otherwise, the interior design is simple and inadequate, plenty of room for people and cargo.
Modern Cabins do an excellent job of ambient noise passenger insulation, but none can eliminate the completely sharp wind and tire noise when traveling at the drone speed of the highway. To measure the internal sound-pressure level, we are using a Brüel &bigfoot type 2250-L sound meter, in the middle of the first row of seats in the height of the driver’s ear. The gauge automatically averaged 15 seconds of sound received during the measured decibels (DBA), 70 miles of test vehicle cruising. (A-weight is an industry standard that adjusts decibels readings which reflects how better the human ear hears different frequencies.) We take two measurements and average results. We are also right for speed inaccuracies with our GPS based data recorders. Noting that decibels is a logarithmic unit, a degree of 40 decibels is not a sound pressure of twice the 20 decibels; The sound pressure is 10 times higher. The six decibels increase roughly doubles the volume pressure.
We use a precision-designed device that is marketed by an H-spot machine (HPM), SAE International-distance to the hip path of the drive-to accurately measure the height of the seating. This versatile tool, along with a laser device, reveals the width and location of the roof column visibility obstruction (blind spots). Our HPM and laser measurement tools determine the path length hidden by the hood as well as the road cover concealed by the trunk or Hatch (as seen with the Rearbody mirror).
2018 Ford Edge Sport Engine
Edge’s V-6 offerings are not particularly fuel efficient, but the base turbo four-cylinder is matchup. In the 3.5-liter V-6 real world test, the EPA’s motorway forecast came close to match.
Since nothing has changed mechanically to 2018, we expect that the Edge EPA fuel economy estimates remain the same.
We have designed an initiative to replicate the driver on most human highway testing their fuel economy. Our procedure requires 200-mil output and loopback on the I-94 motorway in Michigan. We use Cruise control to maintain a GPS verified 75 miles and simulate as many drivers as possible during long trips.
With the 3.5 liter V-6 under the hood, the edge just fell short of the EPA estimate fuel efficiency.
The trio of engines provides a wide range of performance, starting with an unhurried turbo inline-four and ending with a fire power Twin-Turbo V-6. All Edge models have a six-speed automatic transmission. The front wheel drive is standard with all-wheel drive on demand.
The base 2.0-liter turbo makes four-cylinder 245 horsepower and, despite the relaxed acceleration, should provide enough power for most customers. We would recommend that you accelerate the 280-HP 3.5-liter V-6, which offers additional gusto. If you are looking for an SUV with a Volkswagen Golf GTI Depar from zero to 60 miles-and quite a few other moving cars also check the box for the DA-Edge Sport which takes the 315-HP twin-Turbo 2.7-liter V-6 and the standard all-wheel drive. The 3.5-liter V-6 has proved more powerful for the consolidation of highway traffic than we drove to this review, but its rough nature is not as pleasant as the Jeep Grand Cherokee Sweet, snarly v-6. Six-speed automatically looks like Yestertech in this world, eight-, nine-, and 10-speed gearbox, but to quickly respond to demands of more power, although shift is sometimes quite silky smooth than topsanity.
Edge this matchup for the lowest towing capacity of the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport bonds, but the 3500 pound should be enough to take a small trailer or weekend camper.
2018 Ford Edge Sport Specs
- 29220 TL
- Fuel gasoline Fuel
MPG 24 mpg
- Engine 4-cylinder engine, turbocharged
Driver Front wheel drive
Transmission A/T, 6-speed A/T, Transmission w/double shift mode
- Body style crossovers, SUV
Braking and handling
- Brakes 4-wheel disc brakes, ABS
Differential brake driven Limited slip differential
Steering wheel Power steering
Tire Pressure Monitor
Rims aluminium rims
- Audio CD player, AM/FM stereo, auxiliary audio input, MP3 player, smart device integration
Locks power door locks, keyless input
Mirrors driver vanity mirror, passenger vanity mirror, driver illuminated vanity mirror, passenger illuminated viewfinder mirror, power mirror (s)
Technical cruise control, Trip computing, engine immobilizer, backup camera, intermittent wipers, variable speed intermittent wipers, automatic headlights, steering sound controls, telematics, Bluetooth connection, adjustable steering wheel, keyless Start
- Safety features stability control, traction control, child safety locks, Brake assist, daytime running light
Airbag front Side airbags, Driver airbag, Passenger airbag, Rear head airbags, Front head airbags, Passenger airbag sensor, Knee airbag
- Air conditioner A/C
Seat trim cloth seats
Windows power glasses, back defrost, privacy glass
Armchairs bucket seats, driver adjustable waist, pass-rear seat, rear bench seat
- Wheelbase (inch) 112.2 inches
Length, overall (in) 188.1 inches
Height, general (in) 68.6 inches
Base Border Weight (lbs) 3927 lbs
- Fuel tank capacity, approx. (GAL) 18
Spare Tire Size Compact
EPA classification Small Sport new vehicles 2WDV