2021 Ford Edge Review

The Delightful 2021 Ford Edge is Ready to Test Drive

With an appealing mixture of performance and new-age, in-cabin technology, the 2021 Ford Edge does a whole lot well. To see how this intriguing package of features and abilities comes together, give a visit to our West Point Ford family. We'll be happy to answer your questions about the Ford SUV and also arrange a test run through King William, Williamsburg, and West Point!

The stylish Ford SUV lineup provides a lot of options for folks near King William, West Point, and Williamsburg. One of the most endearing models is the Ford Edge. Some changes have occurred for the 2021 version of the Edge, so our West Point Ford team developed this 2021 Ford Edge review.

One of the primary advancements the 2021 version has seen is a new infotainment arrangement complete with a new touchscreen display. From there, the athleticism of the model as well as the driver-assistance safety features continue to progress and impress!

Advanced Standard Infotainment

There are quite a few trim levels for the 2021 Ford Edge, each of which brings its own personality to the table. Yet you don't have to move past the standard trim to receive a sterling infotainment arrangement.

The Edge comes standard with a 12-inch touchscreen display and Ford's SYNC® 4A interface. The pairing of this large screen with the crisp responses of the interface makes navigating through various menus a breeze. You can opt for built-in navigation and cloud connectivity, too.

Plus, integration systems like Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ are still around. Quickly pairing your smartphone to the touchscreen with help from these integration technologies means simple access to music and other applications.

Comprehensive Safety Features

  The 2021 Ford Edge is always looking out for you and your passengers. Whether you're pulling out of a crowded parking lot or are making your way across town, the driver-assistance features of this SUV are first-rate.

One of the most impressive technologies is Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, a system that can automatically accelerate or decelerate to help you maintain your position behind another car. There's also Evasive Steering Assist, a handy technology that will guide your steering wheel to the right or left if a collision appears imminent.

The cameras in the SUV are cutting-edge as well, with options like the 180-degree camera offering widespread visibility for tight maneuvering.

The Ford Edge ST Continues to Dazzle

The specific ST trim level of the Ford Edge has been a favorite of driving enthusiasts for some time. The trim outfits the SUV with a new engine and plenty of other performance perks. For 2021, the ST includes:

  • Specially tuned 2.7L engine making 335 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque
  • All-wheel drive with selectable traction control
  • ST performance brake package
  • ST-tuned sport suspension and steering

You don't need the ST trim to give your Edge a more aggressive appearance, though. There's also the ST-Line trim, an option touting Black ST belt-line molding, lower sport cladding, signature LED lighting, and 20-inch gloss Black aluminum wheels.