In May of 2020, Ford introduced the Edge ST-Line model SUVs as a new option for those who love the styling of the ST but don’t necessarily need all that power.

Ford Edge ST Line

The ST-Line is bold, just like all the other Edge vehicles yet is priced for value without placing too much emphasis on performance.

Still Good Looking

The Edge ST-Line has all the same imposing styling of the Edge SUVs. Yet, it does have some unique features, such as the distinct ST grille with body-colored bumpers surrounding it, black mid-line molding with sport cladding, and signature LED headlamps. The roof rack side rails are black, as are the 20-inch gloss aluminum wheels. The Edge ST-Line is further enhanced with badging.

Just Enough Power

The ST is still fun to drive with its standard 250 horsepower twin-scroll 2.0 liter EcoBoost Engine. The engine is equipped with Auto Start-Stop, an 8-speed automatic transmission, and available all-wheel-drive capability.

Loaded with Technology

The Ford Edge ST-Line is well equipped with all the tech you and your family will need. The car comes standard with SYNC 3 with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Waze, and Ford+Alexa compatibility.

There is also a wireless smartphone charging pad. The onboard Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist Plus technology features Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, Enhanced Active Park Assist, Evasive Steering Assist, Lane-Centering, and optional All-Wheel-Drive Disconnect.

Bottom Line

The Edge ST-Line has pretty much everything you need in a 5 seater crossover SUV at an attractive price. This car will most likely appeal to those who care more about looking like they drive a sporty crossover with all the technology and just enough power to get around town and take road trips.

If you prefer value and good looks over performance, this is the Edge for you. Check out the upcoming 2022 models at