2013 Ford Edge Gas Tank Size

The 2013 Ford Edge sports an 18-gallon fuel tank on front-wheel-drive trims, while all-wheel-drive trims boast 19-gallon gas tanks.
Written by Jason Tushinski
Reviewed by Jessica Barrett
The 2013
Ford Edge
gas tank size will depend on whether you have front- or all-wheel drive. Front-wheel-drive Edges across all trims have 18-gallon fuel tanks, while all-wheel-drive Edges across all trims have 19-gallon gas tanks.
If you’re the proud new owner of an Edge or thinking about buying one, you might be wondering about the volume of the fuel tank. Hold onto your gas cap —
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Read on to find out how big the gas tank is on a 2013
Edge and how to figure out the fuel capacity of any car. 

How big is the gas tank on a 2013 Ford Edge?

The 2013 Ford Edge comes with one of two fuel tanks, depending on whether your Edge is front- or all-wheel drive. Here’s how it breaks down:
  • Front-wheel drive (SE, SEL, Limited, Sport): 18 gallons
  • All-wheel drive (SE, SEL, Limited, Sport): 19 gallons
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How to check your 2013 Ford Edge’s gas tank size

So, you want to determine the size of a Ford Edge’s gas tank on your own terms. That’s fine — we can help! There are a few ways to figure out any vehicle’s fuel capacity.

Measure the gas tank

It’s pretty easy to determine the size of a gas tank. Just grab a tape measure, a calculator, and a hefty dose of industriousness. Measure the tank’s length, width, and height. 
Now, multiply those numbers. Then, take that number and divide it by 231 (the number of cubic inches in a gallon). And ta-da — you have your gas tank volume!

Check your owner’s manual

Yes, that big, thick book in your glove box that you may have assumed was a great American novel is actually chock-full of useful information about the 2013 Ford Edge. Look up “fuel tank capacity” or a similar phrase and you’ll find your answer.

Drive till empty, then fill it up

You can also figure out your gas tank volume the old-fashioned way — by driving your Ford Edge until the gas tank is drier than the Mojave Desert. Of course, if it's bone dry and your Edge stalls… well, that wouldn’t be good. So maybe drive it until it's close to empty, and then pull into a gas station. 
When you fill up a near-empty or empty tank, you’ll get a reasonable approximation of your gas tank’s volume. It won’t quite be 100% accurate, but simply knowing how much fuel your car takes is probably good enough.
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How to save on fuel costs in a Ford Edge

With front-wheel drive, your 2013 Ford Edge gets 23 mpg combined, but all-wheel drive gets a bit less at 20 mpg combined. 
There are a few things you can do to maximize your Edge’s fuel efficiency:
  • Keep up with maintenance: The manufacturer provides a maintenance schedule for a reason, so follow it! Wear and tear can chip away at your Edge’s fuel efficiency.
  • Drive carefully: Sudden acceleration and braking, as well as aggressive driving, can wear down your Ford’s ability to maintain ideal fuel efficiency.
  • Avoid idling, especially in the cold: Idling wastes gas. You don’t need very long to warm up your ride—just one minute, really. After that, driving gently for a few minutes will warm it up just fine.

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