Chicago 2010: The 2011 Ford Edge Takes Its Place On The Show Floor

News I By Steven J. Ewing I February 10, 2010

Even though the 2011 Ford Edge isn’t an all-new product, the automaker has given it a substantial refresh for the new model year. Boasting a choice of three engines (including an all-new 2.0-liter EcoBoost four) and a more aggressive Sport model, the Edge should indeed continue to be the best-selling midsize crossover.

We think you’ll like the looks of the new Edge, so click through our attached gallery to see up-close and personal shots of the new CUV.

Click here for the full details on the 2011 Ford Edge.

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