Explore New Car Models

  |  View Lease Deals
$33,495
Starting MSRP
$33,210
Starting Mkt Avg
Overview

Not too small and not too big, the Ford Edge seeks to be the midsize crossover SUV on which everyone can agree. Its sleek, unibody construction and quiet powertrain give it a premium ride and comfort, while the roomy two-row cabin has enough space for five people and all of their cargo. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard. Some rivals are sportier to drive, but the Edge still manages to offer many great attributes for the price.

Pros

Smooth and quiet powertrain; Spacious cabin packed with features; User-friendly technology; Superb cargo capacity

Cons

Rivals include more active driver aids; Could be more fun to drive

This is what others paid nationwide for a 2021 Ford Edge SE
How to Use the TrueCar Price Graph

The TrueCar Price Graph shows you new car sales data in a way that helps you easily recognize a fair price for a vehicle similar to the one you want. The vertical bars represent what people in your area recently paid for similar vehicles. These transactions don’t include dealer documentation, administrative, or similar processing fees.

How to Use the TrueCar Price Graph

The TrueCar Price Graph shows you new car sales data in a way that helps you easily recognize a fair price for a vehicle similar to the one you want. The vertical bars represent what people in your area recently paid for similar vehicles. These transactions don’t include dealer documentation, administrative, or similar processing fees.

  • What is MSRP?

    MSRP stands for Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price, sometimes also known as the sticker price. Because this price is only a suggestion, a dealer can choose to sell a vehicle above—or, more often, below—MSRP.

  • What is Market Average?

    Based on actual recent transactions other buyers have made, the Market Average shows you the average price others paid for vehicles similar to the one you want, while taking into account that most of these vehicles have different option combinations from the ones you specified.

  • Statewide, Regional, and National Data

    If there are insufficient transactions in your area, we calculate your Market Average by gathering statewide, regional, or national data. Because this data can come from a large geographical area it may not be as representative of your local market.

MSRP
$33,495
Market Average
$33,210
Avg Savings off MSRP
0.9% off
Customize Yours
Excellent Price
Great Price

0% - 4% off MSRP

$32,063 - $33,337

Fair Price
High Price
4
sales
20
sales
9
sales
5
sales
Select Style
Nationwide Data

This graph helps you recognize a fair price for the Ford Edge by displaying national new car sales transactions from the past 30 days. This data can come from a large geographical area, so may not be as representative of your local market. The prices have been normalized to account for transactions involving different configurations of this model.

2021 Ford Edge Trim Comparison

Standard
Optional
Unequipped

* Additional Options Available

Standard
Optional
Unequipped

* Additional Options Available

Starting MSRP

Starting Market Average

MPG

Engine

Blind Spot System

Lane Keep Assist

Moonroof

Front Heated Seats

Cruise Control

Climate Control

Proximity Keyless Entry

Bluetooth

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Apple CarPlay

Android Auto

Wheel Size

Starting MSRP

$33,495*

Starting MSRP

$35,935*

Starting MSRP

$39,685*

Starting MSRP

$39,685*

Starting MSRP

$44,345

Starting Market Average

$33,203

Starting Market Average

$35,496

Starting Market Average

$38,904

Starting Market Average

$39,346

Starting Market Average

$43,358

MPG

21 city/29 hwy*

MPG

21 city/29 hwy*

MPG

21 city/29 hwy*

MPG

21 city/29 hwy*

MPG

19 city/25 hwy

Engine

2.0L I4 Turbo

Engine

2.0L I4 Turbo

Engine

2.0L I4 Turbo

Engine

2.0L I4 Turbo

Engine

2.7L V6 Turbo

Blind Spot System

Blind Spot System

Blind Spot System

Blind Spot System

Blind Spot System

Lane Keep Assist

Lane Keep Assist

Lane Keep Assist

Lane Keep Assist

Lane Keep Assist

Moonroof

Moonroof

Moonroof

Moonroof

Moonroof

Front Heated Seats

Front Heated Seats

Front Heated Seats

Front Heated Seats

Front Heated Seats

Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Climate Control

Climate Control

Climate Control

Climate Control

Climate Control

Proximity Keyless Entry

Proximity Keyless Entry

Proximity Keyless Entry

Proximity Keyless Entry

Proximity Keyless Entry

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Apple CarPlay

Apple CarPlay

Apple CarPlay

Apple CarPlay

Apple CarPlay

Android Auto

Android Auto

Android Auto

Android Auto

Android Auto

Wheel Size

18"

Wheel Size

18"

Wheel Size

20"

Wheel Size

19"

Wheel Size

20"

2021 Ford Edge Model Description

What's New Two new gray exterior paint colors; Rear parking sensors are standard; Minor changes to interior accents; Improved cabin technology features

The Ford Edge provides a refined driving experience for a reasonable starting price. Two turbocharged engines provide swift acceleration, and the crossover’s independent suspension gives it car-like handling in corners, but some competitors are still more engaging to drive. Families on the move have more than enough space for people and their stuff, with roughly 40 cubic feet of cargo capacity. Passengers get good attention to detail, and standard Ford Co-Pilot360 includes several helpful technologies. Though it is starting to get a little long in the tooth, the Edge impresses with premium appeal and cabin comfort.

The Ford Edge is available to buyers in five distinct trim levels: SE, SEL, Titanium, ST-Line, and ST. Most trims have front-wheel-drive as standard; all-wheel-drive is available for an additional $2,000, and the ST includes it. The Edge features a four-door, five-passenger cabin configuration. The SE trim costs approximately $31,500 before options. It has notable features like Ford Co-Pilot360, a suite of driver safety aids that help keep the vehicle and passengers out of harm’s way. The package includes automatic high-beam headlights, blind-spot monitoring, a rearview camera, and a pre-collision system with automatic emergency braking. Standard lane-keep assist allows the vehicle to steer itself back into its driving lane when needed. Other key features are a wireless internet hotspot, push-button ignition, Sync 4A infotainment software with enhanced voice controls, a 12.0-inch touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, a cabin air filter, eight cupholders, 12V power outlets, USB charging ports, a 10-way power driver’s seat, cloth upholstery, a flat-folding back seat, LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, and remote engine start. The SEL, which costs about $35,000, has LED fog lights, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a keyless-entry keypad, leatherette upholstery, heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and unique exterior/interior color accents. The upscale Titanium and sporty ST-Line trim levels start at the same price, roughly $39,000. Opting for the Titanium brings nickel-painted 19-inch wheels, leather upholstery, 10-way power front seats, a household-style power outlet, a 12-speaker B&O premium sound system, a wireless phone charging pad, a power liftgate, and Satin color accents. Choosing the ST-Line amplifies the Edge’s sportiness, with gloss-black lower body fascias, 20-inch gloss-black wheels, synthetic suede seats, a red-stitched steering wheel, red accents stitching throughout the cabin, unique metallic pedals, and Copernicus appliques. At the top of the pack is the ST, priced from about $43,500. It features a more powerful engine, a sportier transmission, standard all-wheel-drive, Active Noise Control, a sport-tuned suspension, unique black headlights, high-gloss black-painted wheels, ambient cabin lighting, a perforated leather steering wheel, leather/suede upholstery, and performance gauges. Options for the Edge include a navigation system, a panoramic moonroof, a perimeter alarm, and heated rear seats. Drivers can also select an advanced driver safety package with active assists like automatic parking, adaptive LED headlights, evasive steering, and adaptive cruise control. The ST can be equipped with a Performance Brake Package, featuring 13.6-inch vented front brake rotors for improved stopping performance.

The SE, SEL, ST-Line, and Titanium use a 2.0-liter twin-scroll EcoBoost four-cylinder engine producing 250 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque. The motor makes adequate power for driving around town and on the highway. The Edge’s unibody construction and fully-independent suspension help provide car-like handling. That power moves through an eight-speed automatic transmission. You can expect to get around 24 mpg in mixed driving with front-wheel-drive. Stepping up to the ST equips an entirely different powertrain. This one, a 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6, makes an impressive 335 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. It provides quick acceleration with a seven-speed transmission. The ST’s sport-tuned suspension and 20-inch wheels give it a firm ride, improving handling but impacting the Edge’s smooth ride. Standard all-wheel-drive and the potent V6 powertrain sap some efficiency, too, lowering EPA estimates to 21 mpg overall. The Edge’s standard 1,500-lb towing capacity is low in a segment where rivals typically can haul 3,500-5,000 lbs without special equipment.

Like other Ford models, the Edge has a simple, modern cabin design. Ford uses a lot of plastics around the cabin, but they are nicely textured and look high-quality. A large steering wheel with well-labeled multifunction controls provides easy access to the vehicle’s key features like cruise control and volume. Meanwhile, the dashboard centers around a massive 12.0-inch vertical touchscreen display. One of the most expansive in the midsize category, the Edge’s screen is bright and intuitive. There is plenty of screen area for quickly viewing music, navigation, internet, and settings. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are integrated, capable of wirelessly connecting to your smartphone for a seamless multimedia experience. The cabin has excellent space for passengers in both rows. The Edge provides generous headroom and legroom for everyone, complemented by eight cupholders and a few small-item storage pockets for holding snacks and other things. Active families will appreciate the Edge’s nearly 40 cubic feet of space. The rear seats can fold flat, which expands the cargo capacity to over 73 cubes.

2021 Ford Edge Photo Gallery

Exterior Photos

Interior Photos

Videos

Ford Edge Owner Reviews

Based on 235 Reviews
Overall Satisfaction
4.2
Performance
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Efficiency
4.0
Safety Technology
4.0
Features
4.0
All Reviews
5.0
Performance
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Efficiency
4.0
Safety Technology
5.0
Features
5.0
pros
All of the safety features that it has.
cons
I miss the gear selector
Submitted by Edward M on May 03, 2021|2020 Ford Edge SE FWD|Purchased on Apr 2021
5.0
Performance
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Efficiency
4.0
Safety Technology
5.0
Features
5.0
pros
Very spacious. Has an extremely smooth, comfortable, and quiet ride. The 12 in infotainment screen on the new Sync 4 is outstanding. Interior fit and finish is far superior to its competitors.
cons
I don't like that the navigation system when set to "full screen" DOESNT fill the 12" screen. It fills @ 3/4 of the screen while the climate control remains in place.
Submitted by Michael S on May 02, 2021|2021 Ford Edge Titanium AWD|Purchased on Apr 2021
5.0
Performance
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Efficiency
5.0
Safety Technology
5.0
Features
5.0
pros
Highs Quiet cabin, comfortable seats, plentiful standard equipment.
cons
none nice car
Submitted by Dennis D on Apr 22, 2021|2020 Ford Edge Titanium AWD|Purchased on Mar 2021

People who viewed the 2021 Ford Edge also considered

The Starting Market Average is a proprietary mathematical calculation based on actual recent transactions. It provides a statistically accurate understanding of what other buyers are paying for the least expensive configuration of this vehicle. Adjustments to the calculation beyond make, model, and trim are normalized based on detailed, anonymized transaction information. This accounts for the fact that most or all recently-sold vehicles included different option combinations. The data underlying the Starting Market Average calculation are filtered for extreme outliers and subjected to a weighted averaging process that considers factors such as the recency of transactions and the timing of data lags. In certain instances, the calculated result is adjusted to take account of abrupt changes in the market that may not yet be fully reflected by recent transaction prices. In all cases where the Starting Market Average is shown there is sufficient sample size and transaction detail to be statistically reliable.