By popular request we're taking a look at the facelift 2019 Ford Edge Titanium with Titanium Elite Package.
Special thanks to Yergeau Ford in Acton Vale, Québece for helping us make this episode of TestDrive possible by letting us use their Ruby Red 2019 Ford Edge Titanium for this episode: http://www.yergeauford.ca/en-CA/home
Our full tour and mini review of the 2019 Ford Edge Titanium Elite goes over everything you'd want to know if you're in the market for a new mid-size consumer crossover. This vehicle is assembled in Oakville, Ontario, and has been refreshed slightly for the 2019 model year. The front grille has received an update with a similar look to the Ford Explorer. The new Titanium Elite package adds some exterior cosmetic upgrades like 20" aluminium rims, lower body-coloured cladding with chrome inserts, and the 301A package.
For 2019 Ford has introduced three new safety technologies for the Ford Edge, including a post-collision braking system, evasive steering assist, and adaptive cruise control with full stop & go with lane centering. The Edge also comes with blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision detection with emergency braking, a front and rear view camera, front and rear parking sensors, power lift-gate, and keyless entry.
Inside we find this vehicle equipped with white leather seating with heated front and rear outboard seats, ventilated front seats, driver memory with power, power steering wheel with heat, dual-zone automatic climate control, 8" Sync3 infotainment with navigation, SiriusXM Radio, Apple CarPlay, & Android Auto, Vista roof (panoramic sunroof), 12 speaker Bang & Olufson audio system, ambient lighting, and wireless charging.
We take the 2019 Ford Edge Titanium Elite out on a road test to talk about how the 2.0L EcoBoost engine performs in-town and how the new 8 speed automatic transmission feels. We aren't able to do any independent fuel economy testing at this time.