2015 Ford Edge vs. Its Competition

2015 Ford Edge
Bengt Halvorson Bengt Halvorson Senior Editor

Ford considers the Edge as going against a relatively narrow group of vehicles that includes the Nissan Murano, the Toyota Venza, the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, and to some degree, the Lexus RX.

The five-seat Ford Edge sells urban style as much as it does all-weather traction.

We'd research a few other crossovers while shopping for the new Edge—among them, the GMC Terrain and Chevy Equinox, which offer high-economy four-cylinder engines, roomy interiors with sliding second-row seats, and nicely turned out interiors.

The Nissan Murano is very passenger-comfort-oriented, and it has a relaxed V-6-and-CVT setup that feels like the polar opposite of the twin-turbo EcoBoost Sport model; it’s soft, elegant, and a bit traditional on the inside, although we like its bold exterior.

The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport shares the Edge's more compact appeal (versus the long-wheelbase Santa Fe) and its turbocharged engine is energetic, as is its swoopy interior.

The Toyota Venza is more appealing to us than its final ratings might indicate: it's a handsome five-door that's just big enough to be useful.

And Honda's CR-V continues to be one of the go-tos in the compact crossover class; it has excellent interior space and strong resale value.

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Quick Specs
Provided you don’t need third-row seating or a luxury badge, the 2015 Ford Edge offers everything you might want in a comfortable, stylish, tech-savvy crossover.
The 2015 Chevrolet Equinox is more refined and quiet than many of its competitors, while offering the versatility and value that a budget-conscious family would expect.
The 2015 Honda CR-V is neither sporty nor particularly quick, but fuel efficiency is excellent and it prioritizes interior space, earnest practicality, and cleverly chosen features in a way that buyers appear to crave.
The 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe is really two vehicles in one, with the larger model geared toward big families and the smaller Sport version good for those with smaller broods.
The 2015 Nissan Murano lures in empty-nesters with its flamboyant new design, then hooks them with just the right mix of confident performance.
The Toyota Venza gives up all SUV styling pretenses in favor of big-hatchback utility and a truly carlike atmosphere.
MSRP From     
Gas Mileage     
17 MPG City / 30 MPG Hwy20 MPG City / 32 MPG Hwy26 MPG City / 34 MPG Hwy18 MPG City / 27 MPG Hwy21 MPG City / 28 MPG Hwy18 MPG City / 26 MPG Hwy
Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded I-4Gas I4Regular Unleaded I-4Regular Unleaded I-4Regular Unleaded V-6Regular Unleaded I-4
EPA Class     
Small SUV 2WD2WD Sport Utility VehicleSmall SUV 2WDSmall SUV 2WDMidsize Station WagonsSmall SUV 2WD
Style Name     
4-Door SE FWDFWD 4-Door L2WD 5-Door LXFWD 4-Door 2.4FWD 4-Door S4-Door Wagon I4 FWD LE (GS)
Front Wheel DriveFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel Drive
Passenger Capacity     
Passenger Doors     
Body Style     
Sport UtilitySport Utility VehicleSport UtilitySport UtilitySport UtilitySport Utility
Automatic w/ODAutomaticCVT w/ODAutomatic w/ODCVT w/ODAutomatic w/OD
Detailed Spec Comparison
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