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Ford Announces Pricing on New Ford Edge

September 26, 2006

DEARBORN, MI – Launching in November, the Ford Edge will be priced at $25,995 for the front-wheel-drive SE model and $27,645 for the SE with all-wheel drive. The SEL starts at $27,990 for FWD and $29,640 for AWD. Customers can opt for additional premium features and seating flexibility by selecting the Edge SEL “Plus,” starting at $29,745.A new fuel-efficient, 3.5L, V-6 engine powers the Edge, delivering performance with best-in-class 265 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque. Inside, Edge offers seating for five and flat-folding rear and front passenger seats. The class-exclusive, all-glass available Panoramic VistaRoof provides a sky view to both front and rear passengers. A laptop-friendly center console and a segment-first MP3-player input jack are just a few of its features.Safety features include:

  • AdvanceTrac with roll stability control.
  • Safety Canopy air curtain system with rollover detection and seat-mounted side airbags.
  • Ford’s Personal Safety System, which includes dual-stage driver and front-passenger airbags, a driver seat position sensor, passenger seat occupant classification sensor, load-limiting safety belt retractors, and pretensioners.
  • Energy-absorbing steering wheel and knee bolster for the driver and energy-absorbing glove box for the passenger.
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