Midsize two-row crossover SUVs haven’t quite enjoyed the same sales success as the smaller compact SUV. The Ford Edge was one of the original offerings and just like the Nissan rival, is in its second generation. The Sport model ups the ante with a twin-turbo 2.7L V6 with 315 HP and AWD grip. Crossover buyers certainly have lots of reasons to stand out from the crowd with the latest 2018 Edge but with a price tag that blurs the line between between luxury and mainstream, there’s a reason why sales quite aren’t as strong as the compact and larger 3-row competitors.
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