2019 Ford Edge vs 2018 Chevy Traverse
The 2018 model year was a monumental one for new Ford SUVs thanks to the updates and enhancements gifted to the all-new 2018 Ford Expedition and the introduction of the all-new 2018 Ford EcoSport. Looking to continue that momentum, Ford is kicking off the 2019 model year with the all-new Ford Edge lineup, which we have right here at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA.
The all-new Edge lineup has been fully upgraded and improved for the new model year, featuring more safety, technology, comfort and convenience systems than ever before to go along with a pair of all-new models – the 2019 Edge Titanium Elite and the 2019 Edge ST, which is the first SUV ever created by the Ford Performance Team. Thanks to those updates, the 2019 Edge lineup will be better than ever – and is definitely more impressive than anything the competition rolled out during 2018, a point we’ll prove in this 2019 Ford Edge versus 2018 Chevy Traverse head-to-head model comparison.
2019 Ford Edge
2018 Chevy Traverse
|Yes||Performance Model Available?||No|
|250 HP & 275 lb-ft.||Standard Horsepower & Torque||310 HP & 266 lb-ft.|
|335 HP & 380 lb-ft.||Max Horsepower & Torque||255 HP & 295 lb-ft.|
|Ford Co-Pilot360||Standard Safety Suite||N/A|
What are the Advantages of the All-New 2019 Ford Edge Lineup at Akins Ford near Atlanta GA?
The most exciting news for the 2019 Ford Edge lineup – and there’s a ton to be excited about – is the fact that it will feature those two all-new trim levels we mentioned in our introduction. And as exciting as the luxuriously premium 2019 Edge Titanium Elite is, the 2019 Edge ST has to take the cake in terms of piquing excitement. It’s also the first advantage the 2019 Edge lineup holds over the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse lineup – a lineup which features no such performance model to take you on the ride of your life.
Furthermore, the 2019 Ford Edge lineup will feature the all-new, first-of-its-kind Ford Co-Pilot360 suite of safety and driver assistance systems. This impressive new safety suite will come standard on all 2019 Edge models, a feat which the 2018 Traverse lineup can’t match. That’s not to say the 2018 Traverse lineup doesn’t feature safety and driver assistance systems, it just don’t feature the amount of standard safety and driver assistance systems the 2019 Edge lineup does.
For more on the 2019 Ford Edge lineup, please contact our staff here at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA.