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2024 Ford Edge Production Decreased In November 2023

Production of the 2024 Ford Edge commenced in August at the Oakville Assembly plant in Canada, an event that represents the beginning of the end for the midsize crossover, at least in North America. While a new generation of the Edge debuted in China, it won’t be making its way across the Pacific Ocean. But before the Edge stops being offered for sale in the United States, it appears the automaker is focused on building as many as it can of the current model, as production of the crossover dropped by a marginal amount in November 2023, according to data included in last month’s U.S. sales report.

Last month, the company produced a total of 15,231 examples of the 2024 Ford Edge at the plant, which represented a less than one percent drop when compared against October’s 15,364 total. With just 133 fewer examples leaving the factory in November, last month’s figure is still the second highest monthly output for the Edge in 2023. In fact, for five months of the year, production failed to exceed 10,000 units at the plant, although it did surpass that metric for six months, with a four month streak that lasted from August November. It will be interesting to see if December can keep that streak going.

Currently, 2024 Ford Edge production is projected to continue until March 2024, at which point the plant will begin an extensive retooling process so it can build the upcoming all-electric variants of the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator. Order banks for the last iteration of the Edge closed in October for the completely unchanged model.

Fortunately, anyone looking to acquire a 2024 Ford Edge before the end of the year will likely be able to take advantage of some significant discounts. As Ford Authority previously reported, buyers can save up to $6,000 off a new Edge in certain markets through early January.

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.

Ed owns a 1986 Ford Taurus LX, and he routinely daydreams about buying another one, a fantasy that may someday become a reality.

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Comments

  1. John Ready

    Actually the 2024 models started coming off the line in mid July , my Edge ST line is one of them.

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  2. Mick20448

    Maybe ppl are waking up to the fact that FORD is very much a 2nd tier company and certainly is not what it used to be.

    Reply
  3. Gregg Schoof

    Even Ford has acknowledged that quality isn’t what it should be. Why then should I consider a Ford when there are better alternatives?

    Reply

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