Ford today announced complete pricing for its improved and upgraded 2011 Ford Edge. For openers, the pricing of the base SE and SEL models is down $200 versus current 2010 pricing.
The SE front-wheel-drive version will start at $27,995. The SEL FWD version will start at $30,995. The Limited FWD, the single most popular model of the Edge, will start at $34,995
The completely revised Edge Sport FWD will start at $36,995. Pricing of the Limited includes following new equipment: Sony audio with HD radio, MyFord Touch, rear view camera, 10-way power driver’s seat in lieu of 6-way, capless easy fuel, MyKey, select shift and 285-horsepower 3.5L Ti-VCT engine, now 20 horsepower stronger, with EPA ratings of 19 mpg city, 27 highway.
Pricing of the Sport includes an array of new features, such as a 22-inch wheels, Sony audio with HD radio, MyFord Touch, rear view camera, 10-way power heated drivers seat in lieu of 6-way, heated memory seats and mirrors, 6-way power passenger seat, the 304-horsepower 3.7L Ti-VCT engine borrowed from the Mustang, and select shift with paddle shifters.