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2024 Ford Edge ST Order Banks Close Next Week

While the all-new, next-generation 2024 Lincoln Nautilus will live on as a model built in China and sold in the U.S., that isn’t the case with the crossover’s platform mate – the Ford Edge – which is set to be discontinued in North America following the 2024 model year. Soon, production of both models will end at the Oakville Assembly plant in Canada – which will build all-electric versions of the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator starting in 2025. Now, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that 2024 Ford Edge ST order banks are set to close next week, meaning that customers in the market for the high-performance crossover will need to act soon if they want to secure one.

2024 Ford Edge ST order banks are set to close on September 5th, 2023 at 10pm EST, and dealers have until September 12th, 2023 to complete the Customer Order Verification Process. However, this doesn’t just apply to retail orders, as is usually the case, because dealers won’t be able to place stock orders for 2024 Ford Edge ST crossovers following this deadline, either.

As one might imagine given the Edge’s impending discontinuation, Ford doesn’t plan to offer customers any sort of model year transition if their Edge ST isn’t produced in the 2024 model year, either. Dealers will be able to modify existing retail order banks after they’ve closed, however. Those looking to purchase a regular, non-ST 2024 Edge will be happy to know that Ford plans to leave order banks for those models open past this date as well – for now, at least. As is usually the case, these dates are subject to change, and oftentimes, they do.

Initially, it was expected that Edge production would end after the 2023 model year, but as Ford Authority reported in December, it will now extend into 2024. Production of the 2024 model began back on July 17th, 2023, though the crossover soldiered on into the new model year completely unchanged.

We’ll have more on the future of the Edge soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Edge news and continuous 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. Anonymous

    Why would anyone want to custom order a lame duck $50K model of a vehicle? It would be one thing if the Edge name was continuing on. However with the Edge model completely going away, there is just no point. There is no collectability factor at play here so it isn’t even something that will be an investment. Dealers around here still had 2022MY Edge ST units sitting around even after the 2023MY vehicles were sitting on lots.

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    1. Anna

      Not sure where you live, but I cannot find a ST Edge with the 401A options anywhere near me. So I ordered an new 2024

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      1. Harry Cole Risher

        Same here Anna, I love my Ford EDGE ST and have been looking all over for a 2023 Edge ST to upgrade my awesome and fun to drive 2019 Edge ST…..So, I’m ordering a new 2024 EDGE ST ! Great SUV, very versatile, agile, dependable, and FAST !

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  2. Mario

    I have a 2022 Edge ST purchased new. The car came without the factory installed under the hood insulation. Contacted the dealer an I was told that most of newer Ford vehicles are delivered without the part installed. Ford wouldn’t cover this under warranty. I had to spend north of $ 300 to have the issue addressed at the dealer. Part was available and all the mounting holes were under the hood to pop in the clips holding the insulation in place. This is not acceptable on the top of the line model which commands a hefty price. Just an annoying cost cutting initiative from Ford. Just a “heads up” for the future prospective buyers.

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    1. Harry Cole Risher

      Go to the wrecking yard and buy one for nothing and install t yourself…..Qut whining !

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      1. Mario

        You completely missed my point. The part should have been factory installed. Why should I have to go to the junk yard to fix a new car issue.

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  3. Made in Where?

    Mario… really? You’re that worried about a cosmetic piece? Whatever. Anyways back on topic, who in their right mind is buying a Ford made in China? Holy hell Henry has to be rolling in his grave. I’ll keep my Edge until it dies and buy a car made on this continent.

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    1. Mario

      I would say that part is not a cosmetic add on. It is a functional part, sound and thermal insulation. Why would all the other manufacturers install it on their new cars if otherwise. You cannot see the part unless you open the hood. I have seen older cars with the hood paint damaged by heat.

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  4. ASD

    I have a 2019. I love it. Better engine and performance than most SUVs. I’m happy with it. What’s better performance at $50k ?? Overpriced, maybe but all cars are…… Subaru? Maybe, but No true performance SUV. Hyundai and Kia are garbage cans. Mazda isn’t better.
    Honda? But no performance SUV. A plus it’s made in USA. All pick ups are overpriced. What else ??

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  5. Mario

    As for my 2022 Edge ST, I am happy with the car. I live in Canada, it’s made in Canada and I am working for a major Ford pars supplier 5 km from my home.

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  6. Allen

    Mario: Just picked up my new 2024 Edge SEL, to trade out my 2020. This purchase has been a nightmare. They took out the foot controlled lift gate, was told cause it required a chip. This may be my last Ford after 50 yrs of driving one.

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  7. Mike

    If I order an edge when would I get it?

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