2020 Ford Edge for sale near me | Longmont Ford

December 19th, 2019 by

The Ford Edge has been in production since 2006. It was first introduced as part of the 2007 model year. The new 2020 Ford Edge is a mid-size crossover with seating for up to five people. With four models available, the Edge offers the standard features you’ve come to expect from Ford as well as some you may not know they offer.

The four models available for the 2020 Ford Edge are the SE, SEL, Titanium and ST. The SE, SEL and Titanium feature standard front wheel drive, a 2.0 liter EcoBoost engine and an eight speed automatic transmission. The ST is an all-wheel drive model featuring a 2.7 liter V6 EcoBoost engine and an eight speed automatic transmission. All models feature Ford Co-Pilot360 technology.

Ford Co-Pilot360
Ford Co-Pilot360 is a group of driver assistance technologies that are designed to help drivers safely navigate in traffic. The Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross-Traffic Alert is designed to help drivers safely change lanes and reverse from a parking space or driveway. BLIS gives a warning if another vehicle is in the Edge’s blind spot when the driver attempts to change lanes. Cross-Traffic Alert warns drivers of vehicles approaching from behind as they reverse out of a driveway or parking area. The Lane-Keeping System warns drivers if they begin to drift from the correct lane of traffic. If the system detects multiple episodes of drifting, the driver will see a coffee icon which indicates they may want to take a break from driving. Pre-collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking detects objects or people in the line of travel and gives an alert if a collision seems to be possible. If the driver doesn’t react, the braking system can engage automatically. A Rear View Camera allows drivers the ability to see objects behind the vehicle to assist with backing into or out of parking places and driveways. Automatic High Beam Headlights adjust themselves depending upon the lighting. When oncoming headlights are detected, the lights will adjust to the dim setting. Active Park Assist is a feature that helps to park the vehicle with limited effort from the driver. Drivers accelerate, brake or shift when this feature is activated and the Edge will basically park itself. The Active Park Assist feature also has a Park Out Assist feature that helps drivers navigate out of parking places when another vehicle is parked too close to the side of the Edge.

For more information about the models or features of the 2020 Ford Edge, contact the knowledgeable staff at Longmont Ford.