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On the edge of something really good: Ford Edge review

https://arstechnica.com/cars/2019/03/on-the-edge-of-something-really-good-ford-edge-review/
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Mar 14, 2019 6:45 AM 1+ week ago

by Eric Bangeman - Mar 14, 2019 10:45 am UTC

If you want to know about the state of the auto industry in the US, look no further than Ford. Once the home of sedans like the Taurus and Crown Victoria, Ford has decided to largely give up on cars and focus its efforts on SUVs and trucks. That means more attention to models like the Explorer and Escape, plus the return of the Bronco (will it be available in OJ Simpson White?). Oh, and the Ford Edge has gotten some serious love from Ford for 2019--it has been redesigned with lots of help from the Ford Performance Team. Let's have a look.

The Ford Edge slots roughly into the middle of Ford's massive lineup of SUVs and crossovers. On the smaller side are the EcoSport and Escape; the Explorer, Flex, and Expedition complete Ford's range of SUVs. At 188 inches long (4,775mm), the Edge looks more like a squat SUV with a blunt-looking ...

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