2011 Ford Edge
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This vehicle's features include options that will keep any driver satisfied, as well as the ones that people have come to know and trust throughout the years. The 2011 Edge offers drivers MyFord Touch driver connect technology, which takes the standard GPS equipment to the next level. This technology offers
drivers a way to connect portable entertainment devices like iPods, laptops, and cellular phones to their vehicles. Beyond that, the 2011 Edge is equipped with a state of the art Sony sound system, and Ford SYNC offers voice-controlled command options for the driver's convenience. An HD radio system comes factory installed in the 2011 Ford Edge, and drivers can tag songs and transfer them to their iTunes accounts, or simply store up to 100 of them in the vehicle. An extremely new feature in the 2011 Ford Edge is the MyKey system, allowing different presets to be programmed for each key to the vehicle. This allows for the limiting of vehicle speed, and radio volume, and promotes the wearing of the seat belt. Edge drivers can also customize the lighting in the interior of their vehicle. Many of these features can be controlled by the Edge's center panel touch screen, including the lighting and MyKey applications. As always, Ford offers drivers the option of adding other features like automatic wiper blades, a remote start, and rear-view cameras to their vehicles. Also in the back of the vehicle, ample cargo space is provided for the storage and transport needs of the driver.
Although the 2011 Ford Edge is, at heart, the same vehicle as it always has been, Ford has outdone itself to present the consumer with a newer, flashier version of a great crossover. With options to please a multitude of different drivers, the newest model of the Edge offers something for everyone.