Is the 2023 Ford Edge a Reliable SUV for Families?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Edge, Safety on Friday, March 3rd, 2023 at 5:06 am
A 2023 Ford Edge® SUV in Stone Blue being driven around the curve in a city street

2023 Ford Edge Safety Features

A trailblazing midsize SUV that has been in production since 2006, the Ford Edge is known for its spacious and comfortable interior, smooth ride, and solid handling. Using hi-tech and advanced safety features, the vehicle helps to keep you and your passengers secure during travel. Packed with various impressive tech features, the 2023 Ford Edge knows how to make a mark. Here, in this blog by the Eric Von Schledorn Auto Group in Milwaukee, WI, we explore the essential safety features of the 2023 Ford Edge SUV.

Safety Systems of the 2023 Ford Edge

After the NHTSA evaluated the SUV’s crashworthiness, the Ford Edge received an overall five-star rating and a four-star rollover test rating. The IIHS gave the Ford Edge a Top Safety Pick designation in its study of the 2021 model. Automated emergency braking, lane-keeping assistance, and blind-spot monitoring are among some of the standard driver assistance technologies in the model, with more sophisticated functions available as options.

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Ford Co-Pilot360™ Technology

This comprehensive suite of available driver-assist features gives you the confidence you need from the driveway to the highway. It consists of the following features:  

Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking: This system scans the road before you to warn about potential collisions with other cars or pedestrians. The brakes may automatically engage if necessary if an impact becomes likely and you don’t take preventative measures.  

Ford Co-Pilot360™ Technology
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Lane-Keeping System – The system will warn you if you veer out of your lane by the vibrations in the steering wheel. Using steering torque, the Lane-Keeping Assist mode assists you in returning to the center. Driver Alert issues warnings when it notices persistent lane drifts, prompting the driver to stop and rest.  

Other features included in the Ford Co-Pilot360™ are Auto High-Beam Headlamps, BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert, Rear View Camera, and Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go and Lane Centering Assist.

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