The four trim levels of the 2020 Ford Edge, the SE, SEL, Titanium, and ST, make up a selection of options for anyone interested in the 2020 Ford Edge. At their core, every trim level of the 2020 Ford Edge carries the model’s rugged good looks and optimal performance specifications, but each trim level comes with its own level of luxury. Keep reading below to learn more about the 2020 Ford Edge.
There are many things that contribute to the cost-efficiency of a vehicle and the total cost of ownership, but we’ll start you off with two of the main ones, starting MSRP and fuel economy rating. The starting MSRP for each of the trim levels is as follows:
After the base price, the fuel economy is one of the most important factors for your budget. The SE trim level has an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 11.4 L per 100 km in the city and 8.3 L per 100 km on the highway. Both the SEL and the Titanium have more efficient EPA-estimates of 11.2 L per 100 km in the city and 8.1 L per 100 km on the highway. Lastly, the ST clocks in with an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 12.5 L per 100 km in the city and 9.2 L per 100 km on the highway. Only you can select your budget, but we can help you find a vehicle that fits your needs.
Another category that may have a large impact on your choice is performance. Depending on where and how you drive, your preference may be different. If you are an avid off-roader, then you may want to opt for a more powerful model. There are three engine options for the 2020 Ford Edge, and each trim level has its own standard. The standard engine for each trim level is as follows:
Each of the models comes with an 8-speed automatic transmission, an engine block heater, and active grille shutters. The SEL trim level is the only one that comes standard with a front-wheel-drive power-train, while the ST is the only trim level to come with a Ford Performance Tuned Suspension.