The unofficial disclosed price of the 2015 Ford Edge

Predictions with respect to the pricing of the forthcoming 2015 Ford Edge have been dished out by various car experts. Bearing in mind the enhancements whipped up on the car, most of the experts come with price increase forecasts of up to $5,000.

Finally the guessing game and waiting game is over, as the 2015 edition of the Ford Edge’s has now been disclosed, well, sort of.  The entry level price of the sleek car starts at $28,995 (base price of 28,100 with added $895 for the destination charge).

Despite the fact that this figure has emerged in earlier news reports and blogs, the price is not yet confirmed and announced.

This will imply that the vehicle will be pegged at a price somewhere in the vicinity of the similar price point line that was earlier setup. The price of the car is good news for Ford fans and aficionados, for they are cinched to get cool features from the car such as a 2-liter EcoBoost engine with a powerful 245 HP output (first time for the brand in the US) and 270 lb-ft torque. These perceptible enhancements make the car a value-for-money offering.

Moreover, improvements were evident in the car’s driving system, including added feature like the company’s “adaptive steering” technology, which provide users control with pinpoint accuracy even during complicated maneuvers which is included in the default Sport package, but in the Titanium (the extra charge for this package is not disclosed yet).

In a nutshell, the release and disclosure of the price of the Ford Edge can be a source of great elation on the part of the people who have shown great interest for the 2015 Ford Edge and for those who lingers for a value-for-money car offering.

The price Ford will charge for the more advanced Sport and Titanium versions are not yet revealed yet, although if they employ the same pricing levels for the new editions, potential buyers will have ideas of what to expect. The new editions are expected to come up with more superior and sweeping features, hence they will obviously command higher pricing.

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