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You can find 104 different trims/engines for the Ford Edge and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2007 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Edge nameplate refers to a range of large crossover SUVs manufactured by Ford since 2007. It was the first mid-sized crossover utility vehicle in Northern America. The name originates from a trim variant of the Ford Ranger. The Edge sits between Escape and the Explorer in terms of size.

Ford showcased the first generation at the Northern American International Auto Show in Detroit. It featured single-zone manually controlled air conditioning, AM/FM stereo, CD/MP3 player and 17-inch alloy wheels as standard. The trim levels available were SE, SEL, SEL Plus and Sport trim with optional extras including 6 way driver power seat, fold-flat seats, folding middle rear armrest and large diameter chrome exhaust. The standard engine was fitted with a 6F50 6-speed manual transmission.

The second generation debuted in 2015, was fully redesigned and shared cosmetic similarities of the Taurus and an Explorer-like front grille. This later model had a larger interior and rear view camera with an Ecoboost engine and a towing capacity of 3,500 lbs. This model was predominantly an all-wheel drive with the mid-range engine as a 3.5-liter V6 and the highest 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged Ecoboost V6.

This Edge model was sold in the European market only as a high-end large crossover with premium-only features. Due to this fact, the vehicles were 50% more expensive than their American counterparts and as a result, sales were poor.

Ford continued to sell the Edge until stocks depleted and eventually pulled the model from the European market in 2021. Despite poor sales, the Edge scored extremely high with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, with five stars awarded for overall safety, frontal driver and frontal passenger safety and side driver and side passenger safety.