CARS.COM — Ford has refreshed its Edge mid-size SUV for the 2019 model year, and at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show, we learned about a new trim level. It’s called the Edge Titanium Elite, and it’s a cosmetic package on the exterior.
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Most of the changes are low down on the SUV’s body. First, body-colored paneling replaces gray paneling on the regular Titanium. There’s some more silver trim up front, as well. It gives the SUV a bit of a monochrome appearance. Around the side are unique 20-inch wheels, and that body-colored appearance extends along the lower side sills, all the way around to the rear bumper.
We don’t have pricing yet on the Edge Titanium Elite. We don’t even know if this will be the most expensive Edge or if that will continue to be the Edge ST, which carries over from last year; stay tuned. Plenty more of that information should come closer to the Edge Titanium Elite’s on-sale date in late summer 2018.
Watch the video below for our first impressions of the Edge Titanium Elite, which we got up close to last week at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show.
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