2019 Ford Edge vs 2019 Honda CR-V

Similar to how a sedan handles, the 2019 Ford Edge provides a balanced ride that gives the driver full control over the vehicle. Ford has redesigned the 2019 Edge to present a more sleek appearance that makes it once of the most visually appearing crossover SUV in its class. The best part is that for the enhanced appearance, as well as the addition of numerous safety and technology features, consumers can still remain within their car purchasing budgets. 

The base trim for the 2019 Ford Edge includes the blind spot monitoring and automatic emergency braking, which are two new safety features that appeal to parents needing a vehicle to run errands with the kids. Ford has improved the performance of the powertrain and increased the power generated by the standard turbocharged four-cylinder engine. All the performance and standard safety feature additions give the 2019 Ford Edge a considerable edge over the 2019 Honda CR-V.
Other Features of the 2019 Ford Edge
After just a few seconds behind the wheel of the 2019 Ford Edge, you should immediately recognize the boost in power delivered by the 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. With 250 horsepower, the engine far exceeds the horsepower generated from the engine placed under the hood of the 2019 CR-V. The standard trim runs more precisely than previous versions of the Ford Edge. You should notice the quiet ride inside the cabin, as Ford has installed more sound insulation to prevent outside noises from interfering with our audio listening pleasure. Generous cargo space is not only ideal for soccer moms, but also outdoor recreational enthusiasts that need to store gear and equipment for extended camping trips. 

Storage at the front of the 2019 Ford Edge cabin includes two tightly covered bins and a deep armrest compartment that can store electronic devices, as well as business accessories. Most of the 2019 Edge trims come with Sync 3 and the accompanying eight-inch touchscreen interface. In addition to the two new safety features, Ford continues to pack the 2019 Edge with proprietary safety technologies like Curve Control and Roll Stability Control that uses AdvanceTrac®  technology. The rearview camera makes backing out of a driveway and a tight parking spot easy to accomplish. 

A new trim called the ST makes a debut for the 2019 version of the Ford Edge. Edge buyers that want more power from the engine should love the 335 horsepower and 380 lbs/ft of torque delivered from the turbocharged V6 engine. The more luxurious Titanium trim boasts 19-inch wheels, ambient lighting, and a lift gate that operates hands free.

Come out to Stoltz Ford in St. Marys to test drive a Ford Edge!
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