The refreshed 2021 Ford Edge was just revealed last October, but it’s already getting a price bump, depending on the trim and option packages buyers choose. Ford Authority has learned that the 2021 Ford Edge price increase relates to SE trim, which will rise by $1,000 to $31,250, as well as the Convenience Package, which gets a $60 price increase to $935, and the Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+ Package, which gets a $100 price increase to $795. All of these changes take effect today, April 1st.
The Convenience Package consists of the following equipment and features:
- 110V/150W AC Power Outlet
- Perimeter Alarm
- Power Liftgate
- Remote Start System
- Universal Garage Door Opener (UGDO)
- Wireless Charging Pad
The Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+ Package comes with the following equipment and features:
- Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go and Lane Centering
- Evasive Steering Assist
- Connected Built-In Navigation with 3 Years of Service, Pinch-to-Zoom Capability, Live Traffic, Predictive Destinations, and Route Guidance
Aside from these 2021 Ford Edge price increases, the refreshed crossover comes with a slightly revised exterior design and some new tech features. That includes a new standard, largest-in-class 12-inch size center screen, all-new SYNC 4A with connected built-in navigation, and cloud connectivity with conversational voice recognition.
The new screen supports multi-tasking, enabled by splitting the screen into larger and smaller windows, just like the 2021 Ford F-150. To make charging mobile devices easier, the 2021 Ford Edge adds two additional USB ports, one being a USB-C – bringing the total to four – to give backseat passengers easier access to device charging.
In terms of styling, the 2021 Edge features an updated rear liftgate with more prominent “Edge” badging. The Edge script has been moved upward to just below the Ford oval as well, placing it within the blacked-out portion of the tailgate.