Difference Between the 2019 Ford Edge ST and 2019 Ford Edge Titanium

Krieger Ford Columbus OH
Krieger Ford Columbus OH


2019 Ford Edge ST


2019 Ford Edge Titanium

19 city / 26 hwy

Fuel Economy

22 city / 29 hwy
335 hp


245 hp
275 lb-ft


380 lb-ft

Serving Columbus, Gahanna, and Westerville, OH

The Ford Edge gets a few notable upgrades for 2019, particularly in the areas of drivability and overall handling. The suspension has been modified, and eight-speed automatic transmission is now standard. The 2019 Ford Edge also gets a restyled front and rear end. Overall, this mid-size, five-passenger crossover is roomier than most competing models in its segment, so it's a great choice for families needing room to spread out or if extra cargo space is required.

The top-level Titanium trim focuses mostly on comfort and luxury, and the new ST trim, the replacement for the outgoing Sport version, will appeal to those who desire a bit more in the area of road performance. Below, the similarities and differences between these two trims are explored in further detail.

Engine and Performance

The 2019 Ford Edge Titanium is equipped with a turbocharged 2.0L, four-cylinder engine rated at 250 horsepower. Transmission is rotary-controlled eight-speed, and power is sent to the front wheels. The Titanium is eligible for AWD, something to consider if driving in inclement weather will be common. Overall, the Edge Titanium handles more like a sedan thanks to very responsive steering and lack of body roll, something that hampers the performance of many competing crossovers. The new 2019 Ford Edge ST model gets a more powerful, twin-turbo 2.7L V6 engine. This engine pumps out a total of 335 horsepower, and AWD is standard. The ST also comes with variable-ratio steering.

Interior Design

Overall, the Ford Edge is smartly designed on the inside, with well-placed pockets and cubbies, lots of soft-touch surfaces, and plenty of legroom in the rear seating area. Forward seating area is also generous in terms of lateral airspace and comfortable seats. There are twin, covered storage bins in the front as well as deep-well storage armrests. The Titanium trim comes with leather upholstery and trim accents that are cut above what's found on the lower-level versions. There's a 10-way power driver's seat, ambient interior lighting, a 110-volt power outlet, a wireless charging pad, and a 12-speaker audio system. The Titanium also gets an 8-inch infotainment screen display and smartphone app integration. The sporty ST trim comes with most of the above features but gets simulated suede upholstery. The ST also gets a power-adjustable steering wheel.

Safety Equipment

Both the 2019 Ford Edge Titanium and ST trims come with a plateload of standard safety features. These include blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, a rearview camera, lane keeping assist, and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking. Rear parking sensors are also standard. Several of the optional features included as package options are standard on these two trims. The Titanium gets a 4.2-inch driver-customizable display screen that can be programmed to visually alert the driver to various problems with the vehicle performance. Evasive steering assist and adaptive cruise controls are optional on the lower trims but can be ordered as stand-alone features on the Titanium and ST models.


Get to know the 2019 Ford Edge Titanium and ST models up-close and personal. Test drive them today at Krieger Ford, and call ahead to inquire about current inventory and color choices. This is a particularly driver- and passenger-friendly crossover that may be just the right size for you and your family.


All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.