The Ford Edge SEL gives you a few upgrades over the base SE trim level. You’ll have simple features like an auto-dimming rearview mirror and some nicer ones like optional Active X seating material. Plus, you also get 3 years of connected navigation for free! In this video Steve from Cars with Steve will take a quick look at the Edge SEL, including a quick test drive, to see if this could be the right car for you!
In this video, the vehicle used had the following specs: 2021 Ford Edge SEL – 201a package – All Wheel Drive – Convenience Package – Cold Weather Package – Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+™ – Panoramic Vista Roof® – Active X Seating Material
I00:00 – Introduction 00:35 – Exterior Styling 01:05 – Under the hood – horsepower and torque 01:30 – Fuel type and economy 02:10 – Towing in the 2021 Edge 02:55 – Standard Technology Exterior 03:15 – Key Fob and Remote Start 03:50 – Cargo dimensions, trunk and liftgate 05:30 – 2nd row space and features 06:30 – Driver’s door, running and fog lamps 07:05 – Adjusting the driver’s seat and steering wheel 07:45 – Steering Wheel and Cluster 08:55 – Sync4 Media Screen 10:35 – Climate Control 12:05 – Center Stack, Wireless Charging and Shifter 13:15 – Up overhead and Panoramic Roof 14:00 – Test Drive 20:55 – Final Thoughts
The 2021 Ford Edge is a midsize crossover SUV that we can insert right in the middle of Ford’s SUV lineup. If you feel like the Escape is too small for you and at the same time, the three-row Explorer is too big, the Edge might be right for you. For 2021, the Edge has a larger infotainment screen with Ford’s Sync 4 infotainment system, the latest version Ford offers. Furthermore, the new Edge possesses other positive features like the roomy and upscale interior and pleasing performance.