Ford Edge Dover DE
New Castle, DE
2008 Ford Edge
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The 2008 Ford Edge midsize crossover Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is available in six trim levels: SE FWD (MSRP $25,565), SE AWD (MSRP $27,315), SEL FWD (MSRP $27,560), SEL AWD (MSRP $29,310), Limited FWD (MSRP $30,555), and Limited AWD (MSRP $32,305). The Edge is based on the Ford CD3 platform, originally launched on the Mazda 6 Sedan.1 This platform is also shared with the Lincoln MKX, and Mazda CX-9 crossovers, the Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan, and the Lincoln MKZ sedans.2 This model made its first appearance at the 2006 North American International Auto Show. It is currently assembled in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
This midsize crossover SUV competes with the Acura MDX, Buick Enclave, Chevrolet HHR, Dodge Journey, Dodge Nitro, Ford Flex, GMC Acadia, Honda CR-V, Honda Pilot, Jeep Patriot, Lincoln MKX, Mazda CX-9, Mitsubishi Outlander, Pontiac Vibe, Subaru Forester, and Toyota Matrix. The 2008 Ford Edge is equipped with a 265-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 engine a front-wheel drive system (FWD) or an all-wheel drive (AWD) system, and 6-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive trim levels have center limited slip differential.
The Ford Edge midsize crossover SUV has four-wheel independent suspension, MacPherson strut front suspension, front and rear stabilizer bars, and multi-link rear suspension.
Exterior features for the Ford Edge midsize crossover SUV are 17 x 7.5 inch painted alloy wheels, all-season tires, a steel spare wheel, and a temporary inside-mounted spare tire. It is also equipped with variable intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, a privacy glass, and a rear window wiper. This model also has a chrome grille, a rear spoiler, a fixed liftgate window, and a rear liftgate door.
Ford Edge midsize crossover SUV instrumentation features are a tachometer, a clock, and low fuel level warning.
Seats and trim features on the Ford Edge midsize crossover SUV include a 5-person total seating capacity, cloth upholstery, and simulated alloy trim on doors, dash, and shift knob. It also has bucket front seats and a driver seat with manual adjustable lumbar support. In the rear, the Ford Edge has a 40-60 split bench rear seat, a split-folding rear seatback, rear ventilation ducts, reclining rear seats, and a folding with storage center armrest.
The Ford Edge midsize crossover SUV basic convenience features include cruise control, power-dependent steering, cruise controls on steering wheel, and front and rear door pockets. It is also equipped with a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, front and rear cupholders, a front seatback storage, and retained accessory power. A front console with storage, an overhead console with storage, and power outlets (12V front, 12V rear, and 12V cargo area) are also standard on this model.
The Ford Edge midsize crossover SUV basic comfort features include air conditi...