2021 Ford Edge Configurations

The 2021 Ford Edge’s nine configurations feature packages and drivetrain options across four trims, plus an upgraded engine in the high-level all-wheel drive ST trim.
Written by Jaya Anandjit
With a starting price range between $33,995 to $43,600 MSRP, the 2021 Ford Edge offers nine configurations with five
trim levels
, six packages, two powertrain options, and standard front-wheel drive or upgraded all-wheel drive. 
The Ford Edge has taken the roads since 2006 and with each model year, it grows in performance, efficiency, and reliability. The 2021 Ford Edge does a great job of carrying on the torch with five trims and nine configurations for this crossover SUV model—and let’s not forget the six packages that give it a customizable edge.
Jerry is here with a thorough guide to the nine available configurations for the 2021 Ford Edge, including everything you need to know for a smooth drive home this upgradable SUV. We’ll go over trim levels, powertrain and drivetrain options, packages, and overall prices.
And don’t forget—if you want to spend more on a higher trim level, it’s a good idea to compare
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2021 Ford Edge configurations

There are four things to keep in mind when looking at the 2021 Ford Edge. The nine available configurations for this crossover SUV include five trim levels, two engines, two transmissions, and two drivetrain options. To ensure the 2021 Edge has enough to fully satisfy, Ford also offers six packages for four of the trims. 
Firstly, you’ll want to take a look at trim levels. The 2021 Ford Edge offers the following trims:
  • SE: base trim with
    basic tech
    and safety features
  • SEL: upgraded interior and tech
  • ST-Line: upgraded exterior and interior
  • Titanium: premium safety, tech, and styling features
  • ST: upgraded engine and specs with exterior upgrades
Of these five trims, the SEL, ST-Line, Titanium, and ST offer packages with special features. Here’s a summary of the packages offered for each trim: 
Package 
Features
2021 Ford Edge trim level(s)
Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+
Adaptive cruise control, evasive steering assist, and navigation system
SEL, ST-Line, Titanium, ST
Convenience Package
Security alarm, power liftgate, wireless charging, remote start, and household power outlet
SEL, ST-Line
Lux Package
Ford CoPilot360 Assist+, heated rear seats, ventilated front seats, automatic parking system, and front-facing camera
Titanium
ST Performance Brake Package
Larger brakes with red calipers and performance pads, better cooling, summer tires, 21-inch glossy black wheels
ST
High Package
Ford CoPilot360 Assist+ with upgraded safety features, heated rear seats, ventilated front seats, panoramic roof, heated steering wheel, remote start, power tilt/telescoping steering, garage door opener, navigation, live traffic, and wireless charging pad
ST
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Now that we’ve covered the trim levels and packages per each, let’s go over the powertrain and drivetrain options for the 2021 Ford Edge:
  • 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with eight-speed automatic transmission and FWD standard or AWD upgrade: available for the SE, SEL, ST-Line, and Titanium
  • 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 w/seven-speed automatic transmission and AWD: available for the ST
The 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with an eight-speed automatic transmission and FWD delivers 250 hp, equal to the AWD configurations. On the highest ST trim, the 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 with a seven-speed automatic transmission delivers up to 335 hp, making it the powerful performer of the bunch. Let’s take a closer look at prices and standard features for each trim and drivetrain. 

Ford Edge SE (FWD/AWD)

FWD starting price: $33,995
AWD starting price: $34,745
With many similarities between the engine and horsepower of the
Edge SE
FWD and the Edge SE AWD, the biggest difference with drivetrain options is their EPA-estimated fuel-efficiency ratings.
The 2021 Ford Edge SE FWD gets an EPA-estimated 24 mpg combined, with 21 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on highways. A matter of fact, all FWD trim options with the base engine deliver the same EPA-estimate mileage, but the AWD options with the base engine fall behind to 23 mpg combined, 21 mpg in the city, and 28 mpg on highways. 
Unless that one-mile difference for combined and city driving makes a huge difference to you, the FWD and AWD SE offer the same features with both drivetrains, so the choice between the two will really depend on your driving preferences (and budget). 
The AWD options across trims are approximately $750 more, so if you want to save on your starting price and fuel costs, opt for standard front-wheel drive. 
Regardless which drivetrain you choose, here’s what you’ll get in the 2021 Ford Edge SE:
  • LED headlights
  • 18-inch wheels
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • New standard 12-inch infotainment screen
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration
  • Six-speaker sound system
  • Ford CoPilot360: blind-spot monitor, cross-traffic alert, lane keeping system, automatic high beams, and forward collision mitigation

Ford Edge SEL (FWD/AWD)

FWD starting price: $36,435
AWD starting price: $37,185
With the same engine and fuel economy as the SE trim, the 2021
Ford Edge SEL
gets the following upgrades for an added $2,240:
  • Leather-simulated upholstery
  • Heated power-adjustable front seats
  • Ford SecuriCode entry keypad

Ford Edge ST-Line (FWD/AWD)

FWD starting price: $40,185 
AWD staring price: $40,935 
The ST-Line adds to the SEL trim with exterior and interior styling upgrades, including black exterior trim, body-painted bumpers, lower front and rear fascias, red stitching accents inside, and all the available features in the SEL’s convenience package. The convenience package is standard on the ST-Line, which comes with the power liftgate, wireless charging, a security alarm system, household power outlets, and remote start.

Ford Edge Titanium (FWD/AWD)

FWD starting price: $40,185 
AWD staring price: $40,935 
The Titanium trim comes standard with the Convenience package just like the ST-Line, but it's also eligible for the Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+ package and the Lux package, which is exclusive to the Titanium. You can also upgrade your 2021 Edge Titanium with a panoramic glass roof and the available Towing package, which comes with a Class 2 hitch. 
Standardly, the Edge Titanium adds the following features:
  • Hands-free liftgate
  • Leather upholstery
  • 19-inch wheels
  • Additional power adjustments for front passenger seat
  • 12-speaker audio system (Bang & Olufsen)
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Front parking sensors

Ford Edge ST AWD

Starting price: $43,600
The 2021 Ford Edge’s highest trim level is the Edge ST AWD with the exclusive 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 and a seven-speed automatic transmission. This powertrain combo delivers 355 hp and gets an EPA-estimated 21 mpg combined, 19 mpg in the city, and 25 mpg on highways. 
Here’s what this sporty trim gets you: 
  • 20-inch black wheels
  • Black and body-colored exterior trim 
  • Sport-tune suspension
  • Front sport seats
  • Silver stitching on front seats
  • Leather and suede-adjacent upholstery
  • 12-speaker audio system (Bang & Olufsen)
And there you have it! All nine configurations of the 2021 Ford Edge summarized, including everything you need to know to make your pick from the litter. With an average $2,440 price difference between each trim, the added features on each level really give the 2021 Ford Edge a fair value rating across the board. 
If performance and luxury finishes are your thing, the Edge ST could be the best option for you, but if fuel efficiency, practicality, and a budget-friendly price tag speak more to your needs, the middle-set SEL trim may be the most sensible choice.
Either way, you’re getting a pretty solid SUV crossover from Ford’s 2021 Edge line up, and you can easily make the most of any trim with the six available package options. 
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