In the SE trim level, the Bluetooth-enabled Edge boasts an infotainment system built around a 4.2-inch display screen (with rearview camera) and a six-speaker sound system with CD and USB inputs. The Sync 3 infotainment system is one of the most responsive available and offers smartphone integration through either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
Moving up to the SEL trim the sound system is upgraded to include satellite radio and introduces the built-in navigations system that comes standard on the Titanium and Sport trims.
The Titanium trim reconfigures the Sync 3 infotainment system around an 8-inch touchscreen and 12-speaker Sony sound system, with HD radio. In addition, the hands-free power liftgate makes the Edge far more user-friendly, for loading cargo or groceries. These features carry through to the Sport trim, as well.
The design of the 2018 Ford Edge allows for a comfortable, well-designed cabin that speaks to comfort. Offering some of the best-in-class leg and hip room, the Edge feels effortlessly spacious, making it a favorite among drivers and passengers alike.
From the driver’s seat, the dashboard, controls, and display are framed within sleek contours, giving everything a sleek, modern feel. Refinement is evident throughout every inch, and the cabin experience is enhanced further by optional features like the panoramic Vista sunroof and the ambient lighting option on the Titanium and Sport trims. Personal storage is ample, ranging from small item cubbies to deep storage compartments.
The Edge also sets itself apart by offering more cargo space than most every one of its rivals. With the seats folded down, it boasts 73.4 cubic feet of space, reduced to 39.2 cubic feet with the seats upright. The rear hatch is wide-enough to provide ease of access, loading and unloading making the Edge well-designed for nearly any kind of cargo.