Article: 2013 Ford Edge Prices
Prices for the 2013 Ford Edge weren’t announced in time for this review but expect them to increase only slightly over model-year 2011 levels. Estimated 2013 Ford Edge base-price range is $28,500-$40,000. (Estimated base prices in this review include the manufacturer’s destination fee; Ford’s fee for the 2012 Edge was $825.)
Again limited to front-wheel drive, the 2013 Edge SE should start around $28,500. That would continue to make it a pricier alternative to other five-passenger midsize crossovers, such as the Mazda CX-7 (about $23,500), Chevrolet Equinox ($24,750), or Toyota Venza (about $28,500), all of which should again come standard with four-cylinder engines.
Reflecting Edge’s upscale aspirations, other 2013 Edge models should also remain slightly more expensive than many V-6 rivals. Estimated base price for the 2013 Ford Edge SEL is $32,000 with front-wheel drive and $34,000 with AWD. Expect the front-drive 2013 Edge Limited to start near $35,750, with an AWD version at $37,750. Base price for the 2013 Edge Sport model is an estimated $38,000 with front-drive and $40,000 with AWD.
The 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine should again be optional on 2013 Ford Edge SE, SEL, and Limited models and be priced around $1,000.
Option prices should remain steady on the 2013 Ford Edge. Adding the Sync system to the SE version will likely cost around $300. A package on the SEL version that includes a rearview monitor and the MyFord Touch/Sync systems should cost around $750, while the Blind Spot Information System paired with rain-sensing windshield wipers will likely sell for about $500. Expect the navigation system to be priced around $800, with a moonroof on SEL, Limited, and Sport models priced around $1,600, and the dual-screen DVD player on those versions selling for about $2,000.
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