The 2019 Ford Edge ST delivers a whopping 335 hp from its twin-turbo V-6 engine, and as is reasonable to expect, you’re going to have to pay for that extra power. Ford has launched its configurator for the Edge ST, revealing a starting price of $43,350. That’s $12,360 more than the base Edge and $3,805 more than the luxurious Titanium, both making 250 ponies.
Six paint colors are available on the ST: black, blue, gray, silver, and, for extra coin, red and white. Key standard features include leather-trimmed seats with cloth inserts, 20-inch wheels, the Class II Trailer Tow package, hands-free liftgate, lane-keep assist, and the Sync 3 infotainment system.
Even though it’s the highest trim level of the Edge lineup, the ST offers many options and packages. For $1,995, buyers can opt for the rear seat entertainment package, and for $1,595, a panoramic roof is available.
A driver assistance system includes evasive steering assist, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go and lane centering, and a navigation system—all for $795. Ford is also offering Enhanced Active Park Assist, which scans available parking spots and helps you navigate into the space. These features, as well as heated and cooled rear seats and front 180-degree camera with split view and washer, can be bundled together in a package costing $5,585. The ST Performance Brake package, priced at $2,695, requires opting for this package. With a number of boxes checked, it’s easy for the Edge ST to reach beyond $50,000.