Ford Dealership in Phoenix Reviews the 2016 Edge
It's always had an edge up on the competition, but after a from-the-ground-up redesign last year the Edge really proved its status as one of the best midsize crossovers in the nation. Entering the second year of its redesign, the SUV continues to make improvements that shoppers should take note of. Building on its new look, enhanced ride quality, more powerful and efficient turbo engine, and other changes that took place last year, the 2016 Ford Edge in Phoenix offers further advancements with the introduction of a new adaptive steering system that's standard on Sport trims and optional on the Titanium. Regarding the new system, 2016 Ford Edge reviews say drivers should expect a more agile steering feel and have an easier time making turns in tight spaces.
In addition to improved maneuverability, the latest edition of the Edge also features Ford's brand-new SYNC 3 system, a replacement for the previous MyFord Touch interface. There's a basic SYNC system offered on entry-level trims that's a good starter, but the all-new SYNC 3 unit that's available on upper trims offers fully developed, on-demand connectivity and performance enhancements. The system features a capacitive touchscreen that you can swipe and pinch like a smartphone, along with faster performance and better voice recognition than its predecessor. Moreover, the new system integrates seamlessly with Siri, offers convenient destination entry and gets automatic Wi-Fi updates when a compatible Bluetooth-capable mobile device is connected.
The 2016 Ford Edge in Phoenix also comes appointed with a host of handy features that complement its electronic offerings. With amenities such as cruise control, automatic headlights and the Titanium's foot-activated liftgate, convenience is highlighted just as much as infotainment. In addition to its outstanding set of new and carryover features, 2016 Ford Edge reviews say the crossover's engines are another highlight, delivering a great mix of efficiency and pep. There's a 245-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder on the Edge Sport and a muscular 280-horspower naturally aspirated V6 on all other trims (SE, SEL and Titanium). Visit us for a test drive today and try out both powerplants!