2021 Ford Edge vs 2021 Chevy Equinox
Shopping for a new SUV that’s spacious, capable, and rich in safety-enhancing features? If so, the Ford Edge and the Chevrolet Equinox are both promising options. In this model comparison, we dive into some of the key factors buyers may consider when choosing between the 2021 Ford Edge and the 2021 Chevy Equinox.
Both the Edge and the Equinox return good overall value for your investment, but the advantages each offer are quite different when you really get into the meat of the deal. The table below offers a quick summary of what we consider to be some of the most important figures to consider before taking the plunge into a new crossover SUV.
2021 Ford Edge
2021 Chevy Equinox
|250 - 335 horsepower||Horsepower||170 - 252 horsepower|
|Up to 29 mpg highway||Fuel Economy||Up to 31 mpg highway|
|39.2 cubic feet||Cargo Volume||29.9 cubic feet|
|12-inch touchscreen||Infotainment Center||7- or 8-inch touchscreen|
Advantages of the Ford Edge Midsize SUV
Both the Edge and the Equinox feature seating for up to five passengers, but the Edge is quite clearly the more spacious of the two. The analysis below digs deeper into what advantages the Ford Edge is able to provide over the 2021 Chevy Equinox.
Interior Space & Feature Highlights
More specifically, the 2021 Ford Edge rewards buyers with 113.9 cubic feet of total passenger space, putting it more than 10 cubic feet ahead of the Equinox’s 103.2 cubic-foot passenger volume. Note that that extra seating space comes in addition to the nearly 10 cubic feet of extra cargo space that the Ford Edge provides over the Chevy Equinox.
Most notable in the 2021 Ford Edge is its penchant for high-performance engines. Even the less athletic Edge variants combine pliancy with precision. But despite its athletic demeanor, the Edge’s interior is comfortable, quiet, and well-equipped. New to the Ford Edge this year is a standard largest-in-class 12-inch central touchscreen display with standard SYNC® 4A capabilities.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features
The Ford Edge was even the first Ford SUV to offer Ford Co-Pilot360™ as a standard suite of driver assistance features. Today, that package includes forward-collision mitigation with automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, lane-keeping assistance, and automatic high beams.
Interested in the 2021 Ford Edge near Atlanta? You can stop in and test drive the lineup for yourself when you visit the team at Akins Ford in Winder, GA