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In Pictures: A first look at the new-for-2015 Ford Edge

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The 2015 Ford Edge will go on sale early in 2015.


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This crossover was first launched in 2006.


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The Edge is based on Ford’s global mid-size vehicle platform which is also used on the company’s Fusion sedan.


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Three engine options will be available: 2.0-litre, 2.7-litre V6 (Both use Ford’s Ecoboost system) and a 3.5-litre V6.


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An available auto start-stop system is available cuts down on fuel consumption in traffic and decreases emissions.


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The 2015 models will offer adaptive cruise control and collision warning, which uses radar to detect problems ahead.


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An eight-inch LCD touch screen with the MyFord Touch system is available on some models.


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The new model is larger than the previous edition, with more legroom and headroom and more cargo space.


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This vehicle will be built at Ford’s assembly plant in Oakville, ON.


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250 new robots have been added to the plant to “improve build quality and repeatability performance,” said the company in a press release.


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