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Ford Edge Sales Place Sixth In Segment During Q2 2022

Ford Edge sales increased in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Colombia during the second quarter of 2022.

Ford Edge Sales - Q2 2022 - United States

In the United States, Ford Edge deliveries totaled 25,041 units in Q2 2022, an increase of about 46 percent compared to 17,205 units sold in Q2 2021.

In the first six months of the year, Edge sales increased about 31 percent to 51,453 units.
MODEL Q2 2022 / Q2 2021 Q2 2022 Q2 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021 YTD 2022 YTD 2021
EDGE +45.54% 25,041 17,205 +30.74% 51,453 39,355

Ford Edge Sales - Q2 2022 - Canada

In Canada, Ford Edge deliveries totaled 4,965 units in Q2 2022, an increase of about 103 percent compared to 2,444 units sold in Q2 2021.

In the first six months of the year, Edge sales increased about 52 percent to 7,570 units.
MODEL Q2 2022 / Q2 2021 Q2 2022 Q2 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021 YTD 2022 YTD 2021
EDGE +103.15% 4,965 2,444 +52.34% 7,570 4,969

Ford Edge Sales - Q2 2022 - Mexico

In Mexico, Ford Edge deliveries totaled 100 units in Q2 2022, an increase of about 3 percent compared to 97 units sold in Q2 2021.

In the first six months of the year, Edge sales increased about 9 percent to 156 units.
MODEL Q2 2022 / Q2 2021 Q2 2022 Q2 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021 YTD 2022 YTD 2021
EDGE +3.09% 100 97 +9.09% 156 143

Ford Edge Sales - Q2 2022 - Colombia

In Colombia, Ford Edge deliveries totaled 68 units in Q2 2022.

In the first six months of the year, Edge sales totaled 138 units.
MODEL Q2 2022 / Q2 2021 Q2 2022 Q2 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021 YTD 2022 YTD 2021
EDGE * 68 * * 138 0

Competitive Sales Comparison (USA)

Ford Edge sales saw a 46 percent increase to 25,041 units during the second quarter of 2022 in the U.S., placing the midsize crossover in sixth place in its expanded segment of 21 models.

The Edge’s corporate cousin, the Ford Explorer placed first with a 14 percent increase to 60,181 units. The Jeep Grand Cherokee followed closely in second with a 13 percent increase to 59,252 units and the Toyota Highlander earned third with a 36 percent decrease to 51,377 units. The Hyundai Santa Fe scored fourth place with a six percent drop to 32,313 units, while the Volkswagen Atlas placed fifth with a 35 percent decrease to 25,678 units.

The Edge came in sixth, followed by the Kia Telluride in seventh, up five percent to 24,817 units. The Hyundai Palisade placed eighth with a one percent increase to 22,612 units, while the Honda Pilot followed in ninth place, decreasing 50 percent to 22,446 units. The Kia Sorento took tenth place with a 26 percent decrease to 21,122 units while the Chevy Traverse saw a 54 percent decrease to 20,842 units. The rest of the segment contenders posted less than 20,000 deliveries each.

Sales Numbers - Midsize & Full-Size Mainstream Crossovers - Q2 2022 - USA

MODEL Q2 22 / Q2 21 Q2 22 Q2 21 Q2 22 SHARE Q2 21 SHARE YTD 22 / YTD 21 YTD 22 YTD 21
FORD EXPLORER +13.56% 60,181 52,997 13% 9% -12.96% 102,917 118,241
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE +12.38% 59,252 52,726 13% 9% +24.50% 134,369 107,924
TOYOTA HIGHLANDER -36.22% 51,377 80,549 11% 14% -18.68% 117,403 144,380
HYUNDAI SANTA FE -6.45% 32,313 34,540 7% 6% -8.26% 57,895 63,110
VOLKSWAGEN ATLAS -34.79% 25,678 39,377 5% 7% -42.18% 40,412 69,897
FORD EDGE +45.54% 25,041 17,205 5% 3% +30.74% 51,453 39,355
KIA TELLURIDE +5.23% 24,817 23,584 5% 4% +3.20% 46,893 45,438
HYUNDAI PALISADE +1.43% 22,612 22,294 5% 4% +0.31% 43,637 43,501
HONDA PILOT -50.24% 22,446 45,109 5% 8% -39.35% 46,435 76,560
KIA SORENTO -26.12% 21,122 28,589 4% 5% -19.18% 39,045 48,313
CHEVROLET TRAVERSE -54.09% 20,842 45,394 4% 8% -46.90% 44,306 83,431
GMC ACADIA -41.64% 15,330 26,266 3% 4% -46.64% 24,666 46,222
NISSAN PATHFINDER +229.31% 15,303 4,647 3% 1% +79.15% 24,278 13,552
CHEVROLET BLAZER -30.57% 14,296 20,590 3% 3% -16.94% 33,104 39,855
SUBARU ASCENT -10.09% 12,498 13,900 3% 2% +9.02% 30,931 28,373
MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER +55.85% 10,238 6,569 2% 1% +118.30% 23,303 10,675
TOYOTA VENZA -64.75% 7,830 22,211 2% 4% -47.91% 18,666 35,834
NISSAN MURANO -52.27% 7,396 15,496 2% 3% -37.83% 16,799 27,019
HONDA PASSPORT -36.17% 9,628 15,084 2% 3% -24.69% 20,102 26,694
DODGE DURANGO -65.89% 6,090 17,855 1% 3% -46.79% 20,439 38,415
MAZDA CX-9 -47.45% 5,717 10,879 1% 2% -20.16% 16,180 20,265
TOTAL -21.12% 470,007 595,861 -15.42% 953,233 1,127,054

The Edge accounted for five percent segment share, up two percentage points from the year-ago quarter. The Explorer and the Grand Cherokee claimed 13 percent each, up four percentage points each. The Highlander was close behind with 11 percent segment share, down three percentage points, while the Santa Fe saw seven percent, up one percentage point from the year-ago quarter. All other segment contenders posted five percent or less in segment share.

The mainstream mid- and full-size crossover segments decreased an average of 21 percent to 470,007 units in Q2 2022, meaning that the Edge outperformed the segment average.

The Ford Authority Take

We attribute the increase in Ford Edge sales during the second quarter to improved availability of the midsize crossover.

The 2021 Ford Edge saw various updates in the form of a significantly larger infotainment screen and a revised transmission on the high-performance Edge ST model. The crossover has also dropped its front-wheel drive configurations, as Ford Authority previously reported, and is only available with all-wheel drive for the 2022 model year. Additionally, the 2022 Edge also saw the addition of the Black Appearance Package.

In a move that was seemingly spurred by labor negotiations over the future of the Ford Oakville Assembly Plant, which currently builds the Edge for North America, The Blue Oval and the Canadian auto union, Unifor, came to an agreement that will see the facility retooled to produce five new electric vehicles starting in 2025. That scenario would leave the Edge without a production facility, potentially signaling its discontinuation.

Next-gen Ford Edge for China

However, a next-generation Ford Edge recently surfaced in China, and our spy photographers have caught it testing in Europe as well as its interior in North America. We know for sure that this model will be sold in China, but it’s currently unclear if it will make its way to North America.

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About The Numbers

  • All percent change figures compared to Ford Edge sales in Q2 2021, unless noted otherwise
  • In the United States, there were 77 selling days for Q2 2022 and 77 selling days for Q2 2021
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Comments

  1. Tom Komarynski

    Ford’s Edge is a perfect suv for many . They need to continue building this car. For me no Edge no Ford! Just saying

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  2. Joe

    We have owned 3 Ford Edges and now have a Lincoln Naulitus. There is more room in them than the Mach E, cost less, better ride, less issues, and can tow up to 3500 pounds. If Ford thinks people are going to drive into this EV market, they better get big rebates going again, because they will not.

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  3. Nico

    The Edge is a solid, right size vehicle for many. IMO Ford should have added both the hybrid and a plug-in hybrid in 2019 with the 2.0 ecoboost engine, with the so-called coupe as an easy add on (similar to the Q5 + X3). As it stands we are writing about its demise…a real shame.

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    1. Mike

      If there was a plug-in hybrid Edge, I would line up to buy one, or have one by now.
      But in the name of progress, Ford did not waste their resources on one, and they are shutting down the Oakville plant where Edges are made, to convert it over to manufacture EVs. Be interesting to see if they sell as many EVs out of that plant, as they sold Edges. My bet is they do not.

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  4. Falcon

    Sales look good this quarter. Good time to discontinue the model within another year. Ford way of thinking! I own a 2021 and other than that lousy SYNC 4 info screen that freezes up on you causing it not to function, it’s a very nice car. Good room, good comfort. Just enough room for me and wife. If and when Ford replaces this car with an EV or another like-sized Bronco clone, I will take my 40 years of Ford service and financially support another auto company by purchasing a vehicle they sell that fits my likes and lifestyle.

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  5. Canuck

    I have owned 2 Ford Edges and it is a wonderful SUV in so many aspects. I have been a loyal customer of Ford all my life and I cannot understand why they are thinking of eliminating this awesome vehicle. The completely redesigned Edge and Explorer they will be building in China had better be available in North America or they are going to lose a lot of customers.

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    1. Tigger

      No Chinese made junk. I’ll buy a US made Grand Cherokee before I buy a Chinese built Ford.

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  6. Scott

    Have a 2017 and still loving it, no issues at all so far. Very roomy, good tech, decent gas mileage (wish they made a hybrid/plug in) But so sad to see them discontinue it 🙁 Hopefully they make an EV similar to it or make a straight up Edge EV. (As the Mach E is no Edge replacement)

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