The Edge is redesigned and Ford is now focused on other projects. But, the Blue Oval company is not leaving the mid-size SUV without any updates for the next season. Still, don’t expect big things. The vehicle has a fresh look, a V6 powered 2025 Ford Edge ST model, and a lot of options to offer to its buyers. For the 2025, we expect a new color or two. Another engine option is also possible – this time the EV.
There are two powertrains available for the Edge. The SUV also comes in five trim levels. The 2025 Ford Edge ST will remain the top package, not only because of the potent V6 engine but also the premium equipment. The base version has a hefty price, which is probably the biggest disadvantage. The cabin is spacious and owners are praising the driving impression. Safety is also an important thing, and the Edge’s ratings are not bad. Still, Ford might fix those blind spots because of the thick pillars.
All in all, the Edge survives thanks to the lack of competition in the mid-size two-row SUV class. Three-row models are way more popular. Also, the SUV is not offering a hybrid engine. If the Edge EV happens, it can be a game changer for this segment.
After a redesign, the 2024 YM is coming out without updates. The first changes are expected on the 2025 Ford Edge, and those won’t be big. A hybrid model is not mentioned. So, the company is more focused on the infotainment system update and new colors. Trim levels should remain the same. Some additional options might become available for certain packages. Also, new bundles could make your build more interesting.
Trim Levels and Options
Configuring your vehicle will start with the base SE version. Highlights of the entry-level setup are 18-inch wheels, dual-zone climate control, a 12-inch multimedia touchscreen, and a CoPilot360 safety system. It includes automatic beams, a blind-spot monitor with alerts, and a lane-keep assist. The Black Appearance package can make the SUV more attractive.
The 2025 Ford Edge SEL adds synthetic leather, power-adjustable front buckets with heating, more speakers for the audio system, and a SecuriCode keypad. More optional bundles are also unlocked, such as CoPilot360+ safety, Convenience package, and Adventure pack. The ST-Line model is basically the ST, but without a V6 engine. Fog lights, blacked-out details, body-color bumpers, and red accents are highlights of the trim level.
The 2025 Ford Edge Titanium belongs to the premium segment. Larger 19-inch wheels are drawing attention, and cargo management is more convenient thanks to a hands-free tailgate. Leather upholstery boosts comfort, more ways to adjust seats are available both for driver and passenger, and there are also heating and cooling. Assist+ package is optional for the CoPilot360 safety suite. The Edge ST is the most expensive build with sport suspension, noise cancelation windows, silver seat stitches, premium sound… But, this model wouldn’t be so impressive if there was no V6 turbo engine.
2025 Ford Edge Colors
Seven paints are available for the base SUV, and only one is premium that needs additional payment. You can choose between Forged Green Metallic, Agate Black Metallic, Atlas Blue Metallic, Oxford White, Carbonized Gray Metallic, and Iconic Silver Metallic. The Stone Blue Metallic will cost you $500. The SEL adds more paintjob options. For $500, you can pick Burgundy Velvet Metallic Tinted Clearcoat or Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat, while Star White Metallic Tri-Coat is a $1,000 option. The ST-Line cuts down some colors. We see room for a unique paint in this lineup.
Engines, Specs, ST Model
Under the hood of the 2025 Ford Edge is a 2.0-liter turbo-four engine with 250 horsepower. The company continues with downsizing powertrains. A four-banger also produces 280 lb-ft of torque. The gas mileage is 21/28 mpg. All-wheel drive is optional and with this system, the SUV is going to consume more gas. Optionally, you can boost the performance with a 2.7-liter turbo V6. This one is bursting 335 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque. The SUV sprints 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds. Fuel economy pays the price – the Edge ST returns 22 mpg combined. All-wheel drive is standard, for the consolidation.
2025 Ford Edge EV
We can find rumors about EV versions for the most popular SUVs in the US. The market goes this way and it is not a surprise. The 2025 Ford Edge EV is one of these models that can hit the market soon. For example, one of its rare rivals, Toyota Venza, is a hybrid SUV. The mid-size two-row SUVs won’t be around for too long and the electrification seems like the perfect way to keep the lineup in the production.
This is just a rumor for now, so there are no details about the range and specs. The 2025 Ford Edge EV could share the platform with the Mach-E SUV. It means the range could be over 300 miles. The Edge Electric is going to be a more affordable option, with a starting price of around $35,000.