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2010 Chicago Auto Show: 2011 Ford Edge Live Photos

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The 2011 Ford Edge packs a new powertrain range and cutting-edge MyTouch infotainment system into an updated but familiar skin. These live images show the updated look fresh from the floor of the Chicago Auto Show, but we'll have to wait until we get our hands on one to tell you about the four-cylinder EcoBoost/dual-clutch six-speed powertrain and evaluate the snazzy new MyTouch's iPhone-like interface.

We're expecting to see impressive fuel economy figures with still-decent performance from the new EcoBoost model, though power fiends with a need to haul around the family may opt for the sport model with the 3.7-liter, 305-horsepower V-6. Whichever model you choose, you'll get a fresh new look that takes the best of the old Edge and brings it into the 2010s.

Catch our full preview of the 2011 Ford Edge here.

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  1. Other then getting used to the size of the grille, I like it, and the new engines, but I am a sucker for having multiple choices.
     
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  2. The grille is what makes this SUV give that aggressive stance and good on Ford for making that statement, bet this would drive superbly.
     
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  3. At first glance, it looks like just a facelift. The familiar looks belie the cutting-edge new technology underneath. Personally, the blunt new front makes it look portly. My eyes prefer the old Edge.
     
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  4. Ford did a great job with this new 2011 Ford Edge Sport! It has the right amount of power with the 3.7L, it has the look and of course it has the 22" wheels which really help the overall look. As for me, I'll take mine in Black! Great job to Elaine Bannon and her team at Ford with this new 2011 Ford Edge Sport.
     
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  5. I agree with Michael E - I prefer the old nose better. The Edge was a handsome, understated design (for an SUV) when it was introduced a few years ago. The update looks too trendy and exaggerated - in a few years this will look very dated and will probably affect resale value.
     
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