NASHVILLE, TN – Ford Motor Co. is counting on a dramatically restyled exterior and interior, along with some nifty new technology to help the ’11 Ford Edge cross/utility vehicle build on the success of its predecessor. Virtually unchanged since its launch in 2006 as a ’07 model, the Edge is long-in-the-tooth compared with many competitors. Yet it has gone on to sell 400,000 units since its launch, a milestone reached last week. “This is our fifth year selling (the) Edge and most of our ...
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