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2024 Ford Edge Completely Unchanged For Final Year

While the future of the Ford Edge in the U.S. is currently a bit unclear – even after an all-new model debuted in China – we do know that production of the current-gen crossover and its platform mate, the Lincoln Nautilus, are set to end at the Oakville Assembly plant in Canada next year as that facility will be retooled to produce all-electric versions of the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator crossovers. The all-new next-generation Nautilus will be built in China and sold in America, but it’s unclear if the Edge will follow suit. Regardless, for those interested in purchasing a 2024 Ford Edge, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that the North American version of the long-running model will carry on into its final year unchanged.

The 2024 Ford Edge won’t be receiving even the most minor update for the new model year, whether it be new color options, features, or trims. This isn’t much different than what we saw with the 2023 Edge, however, which only received minor updates for the current model year, including the addition of the ST Interior Appearance Package for the range-topping ST trim, along with some changes to the availability of several exterior accents.

This means that buyers can choose from several trim levels – SE, SEL, ST-Line, Platinum and ST. Powertrain options consist of the the turbocharged Ford 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost, which produces 250 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque and is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, or the twin-turbocharged Ford 2.7L V6 EcoBoost, which is reserved for the ST and produces 335 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque and is mated to FoMoCo’s seven-speed automatic transmission.

Order banks for the 2024 Ford Edge opened up earlier this month, and production is currently slated to begin on July 17th, though as always, that latter date is subject to change.

We’ll have more on the Edge soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Edge news, and non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Nico

    Very sad! Not every consumer needs a 3 row, not every consumer is ready for an EV, heck the “grid” is not ready for EV’s. This is where said consumer says “no thanks” to your product offerings and shops elsewhere. Once they are gone, it takes lots of time and money to get them back, if ever.

    1. Lyle

      I agree. Ford is killing a great vehicle that is the right size for many of us. Very sad indeed.

    2. Sunday Dickson

      It may not be that bad, maybe production will be in China. I heard the Taurus is even coming back, not sure if it’s true or not, so that should keep consumers hopeful. On the other hand, they could be working on a complete overhaul like what China currently have

  2. Roger

    I think it is a big mistake to make an “all electric” version of these great models, while killing the ICE versions. Plus, I live in Western New York, cold country, where if a vehicle isn’t a hybrid, you can really get stuck on the Thruway gridlocked in a snow storm, and before you know it, you’ll be out of battery and no heat.

  3. Brant Kelley

    The Edge is a great little car. My wife and I have a 2020 Edge and it is perfect for us. You won’t catch me buying an electric car. Ford is making a big mistake discontinuing the Edge. Tell the CEO to rethink his decision. Bad move on Fords part.

    1. ronarb

      Your correct in that the Edge is and has been a great auto. We have quite a few in our neighborhood with many satisfied users. If there was a Hybrid ’24 model I would be one of the first in line to purchase. As it is I can’t buy a Maverick until next year with the Hybrid Escape also with a long lead time. Hope F can catch up to the demand of their Hybrid models soon.

  4. Patti

    I am done with Ford. Really 2024 Hybrid Edge only in China. That is disgusting! Not thinking of US at all!!’Shame on you!

  5. Kevin

    So who would buy a 2024? when 23 is a better deal

  6. Michael K

    It would help if Ford actually had an EV equivalent to the Edge, before they dropped it. But I get why Ford wants to limit its product diversity since they can only keep so many plants running at capacity.

  7. Robindale

    I have owned the 2016 Edge and now have a 2019 Edge which I truly love. It is the right size vehicle for me. Also, why get rid of all the sedans. My family also has a 2020 Fusion. I think Ford is making a big mistake by discontinuing these models. So sad.

    1. Barbara Kolar

      Totally agree! Love my edge as it is the perfect size. Not everyone can afford or want an Explorer!

  8. Joe Lizzio

    My wife and are two time Edge buyers, and loved both of them. Ford and whole American auto market are committing product bias suicide, due immoral environmental pressures applied by the current administration… Cancelling the products that customers are actually interested in, and buying reliably year after year, in favor an almost exclusively electric vehicle offering, is insane!!! There is no volume demand at this time for that amount of electric vehicles.. Ford and the others, will watch the more conservative Toyota, Honda and the lesser Japanese makes clean up, as a majority of consumers flock to where they buy what actually want, even if it’s a Hybrid… Which is what I, I previously all Ford only family prior will doing, when our current 19 Edge Titanium gets old in the tooth.. Shame to a company destroying its own business case ..

  9. Nonspecific Motors

    It’s funny how fan boys are always pouting on these fan boy websites. To be honest though, W.T.F. are y’all crying about? The next generation Ford Edge has been on sale in the U.S. for a while now, it’s called the Ford Mustang Mach E. The Mach E actually has better proportions, looking more sleek, it is RWD/AWD, and you don’t have to hear the sound of Ecoboost engines. The problem with the Mustang Mach E is, it should be renamed Edge Electric. And if none of you still don’t believe me at this point, why do you think Ford made AWD standard on the Edge? To raise the base price to get it closer to M.M.E.’s base price. Add in E.V. tax credits and there you go. The Edge/M.M.E. experiment is the first attempt of Ford merging E.V.’s into normal mainstream sales. They picked the funky experimental crossover of all vehicles as the safest route to implement E.V.’s. If they did this with the Expedition first, they would have had more backlash. And their experiment payed off because they are already talking about and Explorer E.V. now…

  10. Liz

    Sad the Edge is being discontinued. I am still driving a 2016, Edge and love it. Guess I will be looking at another brand when it is time to trade.

  11. New Car Buyer

    From order to final delivery, what amount of time should I expect to hear from a dealer these days? I priced out a Titanium and it’s the same as most of its competitors. Consumer Reports gives the Edge high ratings.

    1. jim Dwvorak

      how long to get a new edge sel for 2024 yr if ordered today?

  12. Ford Edge

    Very disappointed in Ford. I LOVE my Edge and do NOT want an EV, nor do any of my friends or family who drive a Ford. I would consider a hybrid, but not an EV. Shame on you Ford for playing politics. Looks like after about 15 years of driving strictly Ford, this girl will be switching brands when it’s time to trade.


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