2019 Ford Edge vs 2018 Chevrolet Equinox
Ford’s 2019 model year is going to be one for the ages, if for no other reason than the all-new 2019 Ford Edge lineup, which we’ve got right here at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL.
That’s because the all-new 2019 Edge lineup is as all-new as it gets, with an all-new luxury trim level in the form of the 2019 Edge Titanium Elite, an all-new performance trim level in the form of the 2019 Edge ST, an all-new standard suite of safety and driver assistance features in the form of Ford Co-Pilot360, a uniquely refreshed exterior, and an updated and more functional than ever interior – all of which combines to make what will be one of the most capable, impressive and fun to drive SUVs of all time, a point we’re set to prove in this 2019 Ford Edge versus 2018 Chevrolet Equinox comparison.
2019 Ford Edge
2018 Chevrolet Equinox
|250 HP & 275 lb-ft.||Base Horsepower & Torque Ratings||170 HP & 203 lb-ft.|
|335 HP & 380 lb-ft.||Max Horsepower & Torque Ratings||252 HP & 260 lb-ft.|
|2019 Edge Titanium Elite and 2019 Edge ST||Luxury and Performance Trim Levels||None|
|Ford Co-Pilot360||Suite of Standard Safety and Driver Assistance Features||N/A|
Get More Standard Power, More Available Power, More Trim Level Options and More Standard Safety and Driver Assistance Features with the 2019 Ford Edge Lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa FL
Let’s begin our in-depth comparison of the 2019 Ford Edge lineup and the 2018 Chevy Equinox lineup by checking out what’s under the hood of the two SUV lineups. As you can see in the table above, the 2019 Edge lineup offers higher standard power ratings and higher available power ratings when compared to the 2018 Equinox lineup. More specifically, the 2019 Edge lineup offers standard power ratings of 250 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque and available power ratings of 335 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque, while the 2018 Equinox lineup offers standard power ratings of only 170 horsepower and 203 pound-feet of torque and available power ratings of only 252 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.
But that’s not all the 2019 Ford Edge lineup offers to make it a better buy than the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox lineup. That’s because the 2019 Edge lineup also features more trim levels to choose from – including an all-new luxury trim level and an all-new first of its kind performance trim level – and more standard safety and driver assistance systems than the 2018 Equinox lineup can offer.
To get more information about the 2019 Ford Edge lineup, please contact our staff here at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL.