Ford Edge Interior Review

Ford Edge Interior

We welcome you to explore the Ford Edge interior, which was designed to be equal parts comforting, entertaining, and practical. Just like if it were your living room, this SUV comes with a wide variety of choices you can make to tailor the experience to your family further. Get a glimpse into the cabin on this page before your test drive at our dealership, where we promise that expectation matches reality.

Ford Edge Interior Dimensions

The Ford Edge is a midsize SUV that uses its space well to provide comfortable arrangements for up to five people. Its first row offers 42.6 inches of legroom, 60.3 inches of shoulder room, and 40.2 inches of headroom. Meanwhile, its second row gives passengers 40.6 inches of legroom, 60.5 inches of shoulder room, and 40.3 inches of legroom, meaning that even adults will be able to relax and stretch out back there. In total, there are 113.9 cubic feet of passenger volume.

Of course, some of this Ford Edge interior space is flexible. Rather than having a Ford Edge interior trunk, it has a cargo hold behind the second row that can fit 39.2 cubic feet of belongings. Large suitcases usually measure less than four cubic feet as a reference point. You'll be easily able to load up this back area with elaborate science fair projects, golf clubs, large planters, or the boxes your teenager will need to move into their first dorm.

However, if you need more room and you only have one person riding beside you, you can fold down the second-row seats, increasing the space you have to work with to 73.4 cubic feet.

Beyond that, you can hook certain trims of this SUV up with the Class II Trailer Tow Package and tow up to 3,500 pounds.

2023 Ford Edge Dimensions

Length 188.8 in
Height 68.3 in
Width (Without Mirrors) 75.9 in
Width (With Mirrors) 85.8 in
Passengers 5 seats
Passenger Volume 113.9 cu ft
1st-row Legroom 42.6 in
1st-row Shoulder Room 60.3 in
1st-row Headroom 40.2 in
2nd-row Legroom 40.6 in
2nd-row Shoulder Room 60.5 in
3rd-row Headroom 40.3 in
Cargo Room Behind 2nd Row 39.2 cu ft
Cargo Room Behind 1st Row 73.4 cu ft

2023 Ford Edge Trims

Besides its spaciousness, how your SUV is appointed greatly impacts your experience. Considering that the average American drives about 250 miles a week, a new vehicle purchase can make a big difference in your daily life.

For 2023, the Ford Edge comes in five tiers you can choose from. Here's a look at what each has to offer:

2023 Ford Edge SE

  • Dual-Zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control
  • SYNC® 4A
  • FordPass® Connect 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot
  • 12-Inch Center-Stack Multi-Function Screen
  • Two Driver-Configurable 4.2-Inch LCD Displays in Cluster
  • Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start
  • Blind Spot Information System
  • Lane-Keeping System
  • Cruise Control

2023 Ford Edge Titanium

  • Ambient Lighting
  • Heated Steering Wheel
  • Driver's Seat Memory
  • Wireless Charging Pad
  • 12-Speaker B&O® Sound System Including Subwoofer
  • Hands-Free, Foot-Activated Liftgate

Ford Edge SEL

  • Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel
  • Heated Front Seats
  • 8-Way Power Driver's Seat
  • 4-Way Power Passenger Seat
  • Second Row EasyFold® Seat

2023 Ford Edge ST-Line

  • Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel with Red Stitching
  • Remote Start System
  • Power Liftgate
  • Unique Metallic Pedal

2023 Ford Edge ST

  • Perforated Leather Steering Wheel with City Silver Stitching and ST Logo
  • ST Unique Dual Driver-Configurable 4.2-inch LCD Displays in Cluster
  • Door-Sill Scuff Plates, Front and Rear with Ford Performance Logo
  • ST Bolstered Captain's Chairs With City Silver Stitching and Embossed ST Logo

The trims up to this point have mostly built upon each other in terms of amenities. However, the ST stands out for having a different powertrain from the rest. Its 2.7-liter EcoBoost® V-6 twin-turbocharged, direct-injection engine makes 335 horsepower instead of the 250 horsepower made by the twin-scroll 2.0-liter EcoBoost® engine on the other tiers. Therefore, not every perk from the Titanium, like a heated steering wheel, comes standard in the ST trim. However, it is an optional add-on. Due to this, we encourage talking to our team members to confirm that any model you're looking at has the features that are important to you before signing.

Ford Edge Packages & Accessories

While the five trim options already give you a lot of freedom of choice, you can also accentuate your SUV with our accessories and packages. For instance, you can add a Front 180-Degree Camera with Split View to your Titanium trim. Evasive Steering or Enhanced Active Park Assist System with Parallel Parking, Park Out Assist, Reverse Perpendicular Parking, and Forward and Reverse and Side Sensing Systems can also be an incredibly useful addition to your model.

While the heated front seats appearing on the SEL and above are wonderful to sink into if you love exploring the desert at night, getting the option to have them cool themselves can be even more useful on hot summer days. You can upgrade the rear seats on some trims to be heated as well.

Here are some other luxuries you might be interested in:

  • Panoramic Vista Roof
  • Power Tilt/Telescoping with Memory Steering Column
  • Connected Built-In Navigation with 3 Years of Service, Pinch-to-Zoom Capability, Live Traffic, Predictive Destinations, and Route Guidance
  • 110V/150W AC Power Outlet
  • Cargo Net

Our team is determined to help you build the vehicle of your dreams with the right Ford Edge interior accessories. In some — but not all — cases, you can also have amenities added to an already-completed SUV with the help of the team in our service department.

Ford Edge Interior Colors

The entry-level SE comes in either Ebony or Dune cloth upholstery. The Dune is a medium tan color that can look good with the warmer exterior colors, so, for example, if you want a blue SUV, you might want to opt for the Stone Blue versus Atlas Blue.

The SEL level above the SE provides the same interior color options but in ActiveX seating material. You can also enhance your ride with the Sport Appearance Package, which has Navy Pier upholstery with orange stitching.

The ST-Line has only Ebony ActiveX seating, while the Titanium has Ebony or Medium Soft Ceramic ActiveX upholstery trimmed with FreeForm. The latter is a lighter tan than the Dune.

The ST trim has Ebony leather-trimmed seats with Miko inserts that can come with Race Red or Raptor Blue Accent Stitching if you choose to go for the ST Interior Appearance Package and the 401A Equipment Group.

Check out some of our Ford Edge interior pictures for an idea of how these high-quality materials and colors look, or stop by our Ford dealership in Phoenix, AZ, to see and feel them for yourself.

Visit Bell Ford to See the Interior Inside Ford Edge SUVs

We welcome you to our dealership, where our rugged and handsome vehicles look just as good on the inside. In addition to the Ford Edge, we invite you to explore all new Ford inventory that fits your parameters so that when you drive off with your shiny new keys, you will know that you have made the right choice.

We offer competitive pricing on all of our new Ford SUVs and trucks. However, you can also find your trade-in value online to see whether it can help you score an upgrade before visiting our lot.

Our sales team will also be glad to go over your model's warranty info. A new Ford Edge comes with a 3-year/36-month basic warranty,1 a 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain limited warranty,1 and a 5-year/unlimited-mile corrosion warranty plan.1 You will also like the reassurance provided by the standard 5-year/60,000-mile roadside assistance program.1 Contact us for more information!

Frequently Asked Questions About the 2023 Ford Edge Interior

How to turn off Ford Edge interior lights?

Your Ford Edge interior lights turn on whenever someone opens a door, you press a button on your SUV's remote control, or when you press a button on the map lamps. They should turn off on their own eventually. However, you can disable this functionality for the doors by pressing the right switch. Its symbol looks like a half circle made of dotted lines cut off by the word "OFF."

Does Ford Edge have 3rd-row seating?

No, the Ford Edge interior contains two rows that seat up to five people. However, if you are looking for something that can accommodate your larger group, our team at Bell Ford has your back. Check out the 2023 Ford Explorer or 2023 Ford Expedition SUVs. Our team will be happy to help you compare these models or take you on back-to-back test drives.

Do Ford Edge seats fold flat?

Your Ford Edge can come with second-row 60/40 split-fold-flat seats with fold-down armrests. You can also have versions with the Second Row EasyFold seat system to make increasing your cargo hold easier. During your test drive of your preferred model of Ford Edge SUV, ask our team for a demonstration of how to fold the seats quickly and effectively.

1Warranties listed on this webpage shall not be solely relied upon. Warranties may be subject to specific terms, restrictions, exclusions, and fees. Additional warranty information may be obtained by visiting the official website of the warranty provider. Contact our dealership for complete details.

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