2017 Ford Edge New Safety and Technology Features

What New Safety and Technology Features are in the 2017 Ford Edge?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Edge, Safety, Technology on Monday, May 29th, 2017 at 8:00 am
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2017 Ford Edge New Safety and Technology Features

The Ford Edge turned a lot of heads when it first burst onto the automotive scene, and the 2017 Ford Edge had the same effect when it was first unveiled thanks to multiple updates and improvements that continue to make the Edge one of the most versatile crossover SUVs on the market. These updates and improvements include the choice between three powerful and efficient engine options, a comfortable and feature-filled interior and an exterior that’s as stylish, as sporty and as sleek as ever. But it’s the 2017 Ford Edge’s new safety and technology features that we’re going to be focusing on today. So, sit back, relax and get ready to learn all about the features that make the new Ford Edge one of the safest and most technologically-advanced crossover SUVs ever.

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2017 Ford Edge Advanced New Safety Features

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The 2017 Ford Edge was awarded the highest possible safety rating thanks to its wide array of advanced new safety features and driver assistance systems. These features and systems include enhanced active park assist with perpendicular parking assist, adaptive cruise control, collision warning with brake support, a 180-degree front camera complete with a lens washer, a rearview camera, the blind sport information system with cross traffic alert and the lane keeping system.

2017 Ford Edge Advanced New Technology Features

The new Ford Edge also includes an extensive list of advanced new technology features headlined by the voice-activated SYNC 3 infotainment system. Other advanced new technology features include SiriusXM Radio and new adaptive steering technology that dynamically adjusts the steering response of the front wheels depending on how fast your new Edge is going. Low speeds mean your front wheels turn more with less steering required, while higher speeds mean your 2017 Edge will react more smoothly and precisely as you turn the wheel.

For more on the 2017 Ford Edge or any of our other new Ford models, please contact our friendly Brandon Ford staff in Tampa, FL.

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