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Here’s A Guide To Every 2024 Ford Edge Package

The very last 2024 Ford Edge rolled off the assembly line at the Oakville Assembly plant in Canada on May 3rd, not only ending the 2024 model year’s run but wrapping up the Edge line in North America completely. However, while the Edge has finished production, there’s still plenty to be had on dealer lots awaiting their new owners, so Ford Authority has compiled a comprehensive guide to all of the crossover’s packages, including pricing, content and availability.

Note that package availability depends on trim level. The 2024 Ford Edge lineup includes SE, SEL, ST-Line, Titanium, and ST. With that in mind, we’ll break down each one below.

Cargo Accessory Package

The Cargo Accessory Package (option code 60A) is a $290 option for every Edge trim level. This includes the following:

  • Cargo Mat
  • Rear Bumper Protector
  • Retractable Cargo Area Cover

Black Appearance Package

The 2024 Ford Edge SE gets the Black Appearance Package (option code 512), which bundles black-themed exterior accents for the crossover. This package, which costs $1,295, cannot be added in conjunction with the dealer installed option (DIO) front and rear mudflaps.

The Black Appearance Package includes the following content:

  • 19-inch High Gloss Ebony Black-Painted Aluminum Wheel
  • 245/55R19 All-Season A/S BSW Tires
  • Black Badges
  • Body Color Bumpers, Front and Rear
  • Black Grille and Surround
  • Lower Bodyside Molding Painted Black
  • Black Mirror Caps
  • Painted Black Skid Plate
  • Rear Parking Sensors

Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+

The 2024 Edge SEL, ST-Line, Titanium and ST trims can be outfitted with the Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist + package (option code 67D) for an additional $775. While the package includes a one-year complimentary subscription, should a Ford Edge owner wish to continue to use the service, a monthly fee must be paid. Connectivity depends on AT&T network availability, and requires the FordPass app be downloaded on the owner’s smartphone.

Content is as follows:

  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go and Lane Centering
  • Evasive Steering Assist
  • Connected Navigation with 1 Year of Connectivity, Pinch-to-Zoom Capability, Live Traffic, Predictive Destinations and Route Guidance

Convenience Package

The Convenience Package (option code 51G) is an upgrade offered on the 2024 Edge SEL, where it costs $1,250 to equip. This package bundles the following equipment:

  • 110V/150W AC Power Outlet
  • Fog Lamps with Iconic Silver bezel
  • Perimeter Alarm
  • Power Liftgate
  • Remote Start system
  • Universal Garage Door Opener (UGDO)
  • Wireless Smartphone Charging Pad

Sport Appearance Package

The 2024 Edge SEL can be outfitted with the Sport Appearance Package (option code 513), a $1,295 option. This package bundles exterior equipment and accents, which are as follows:

  • 18-inch Carbonized Gray-Painted Aluminum Wheels
  • P245/60R18 A/T Tires
  •  Navy Pier with Orange Stitching ActiveX Trimmed seats
  • Black Beltline Molding
  •  Lower-Dark Carbonized Gray Front Bumper
  • Door Inserts with Navy Pier Accent Stitching
  • Grille with Pillar Black Bars
  • Paragon Instrument Panel Appliqués
  • Pillar Black Mirror Caps
  • Black Roof-Rack Side Rails

Class II Trailer Tow Package With Trailer Sway Control

Customers interested in towing with their 2024 Ford Edge can opt for the Class II Trailer Tow Package with Trailer Sway Control (option code 53G), which costs $435 and is available for the SEL, ST-Line and Titanium trims as an optional extra. It is included as standard on the range-topping ST trim. It includes handy trailering features, along with SelectShift capabilities and steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, along with a built-in trailer hitch receiver and trailer brake connectors.

Titanium Elite Package

The 2024 Ford Edge Titanium can be dressed with the Titanium Elite Package (option code 51E) for $2,175. This package bundles quite a few exclusive accents and features for the Titanium trim, including the following:

  • 20-inch Polished Aluminum Wheels
  • 245/50R20 All-Season A/S Tires
  • Door Inserts – Carmelo with Accent Stitching
    • Note: Available with Ebony interior only
  • Enhanced Active Park Assist with Parallel Park, Park Out Assist, Reverse Perpendicular Parking, Forward and Reverse and Side Sensing Systems
  • Painted Body Color Front and Rear Bumpers with front-only Bright Chrome Inserts
  • Front and Rear Floormats with front-only Carmelo Embroidered Edge Logo and Carmelo Accent Stitching
    • Note: Available with Ebony interior only
  • 3D Diamond Front Console Surface Area
  • 3D Diamond Instrument Panel Appliqués
  • Body Color Lower Side Cladding with Bright Chrome Inserts
  • Ebony with Carmelo Seat Color
    • Note: Available with Ebony interior only
    • Upper Grille with Bright Chrome Accents and Bright Chrome Surround

ST Performance Brake Package

The ST Performance Brake Package (option code 66P) is an available upgrade for the 2024 Edge ST, as its name implies. This upgrade is available for $2,695, and contains the following:

  • 21-inch Premium Gloss Black-Painted Aluminum Wheels
  • Front and Rear Vented Disc Brakes with Unique Front Rotors (13.6” size)
  • Colorado Red Painted Brake Calipers
  • Brushless Radiator Cooling Fan
  • Performance Brake Pads
  • Summer Only Tires
    • Includes Tire Inflator and Sealant Kit with Summer Only Tires
  • Vented Brake Shields

ST Interior Appearance Package

Also available for the Edge ST is the ST Interior Appearance Package (option code 19Y), which is $650 to equip on the crossover. This package includes the following:

  • Leather-Trimmed Seats with Miko Inserts with Race Red and Raptor Blue Accent Stitching
  • Perforated Leather Steering Wheel with Race Red and Raptor Blue Stitching and ST Logo
  • Race Red and Raptor Blue Accent Stitching
    • Center Console Lid
    • Front and Rear Floor Mats
    • Door Inserts

Production of the Ford Escape beyond the 2024 model year just wasn’t in the cards for the crossover. Considering that the Oakville plant will be overhauled to facilitate the production of EVs in the future, continuing to build the Edge wasn’t a viable option because of “supply case constraints and emissions requirements.”

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

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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