Updated 2019 Edge Helps Move Ford Away From Cars | Gaywheels
Ford recently announced it is planning to discontinue virtually all of its cars, save the iconic Mustang. And, a reasons it is planning that move are excellent car-based crossovers like the Escape, Explorer, and Edge – vehicles that sell far better than their sedan siblings. Given the Edge's strong position in Ford's future line-up, it made sense to conjure some updates for 2019. We sampled the high-luxe Titanium edition. You'll have to look close to see updates from the exterior, but a trained eye will spot a revised grille outline and updated facia with standard LED front lighting. Titanium editions get chrome grille slats and satin silver bumper accents. Go full in on the 20" alloys. There was no reason to alter the Edge's overall shape with raked rear window and muscular bodylines, so nobody did. Around back, a revised lower bumper with diffuser look and twin exhaust outlets completes the package. There's plenty to like inside where nothing feels cheap. Heated and cooled front