Ford Hoping New Crossover Will Give It Edge
Jeff Schuster, executive director of global forecasting for J.D. Power and Associates, says the Edge's body styling and other features should make it a solid performer in a growing segment of the market, in which buyers want SUV features with the gas mileage and handling of a car. While the Edge won't replace sales of the popular Taurus, it should settle in around 100,000 vehicles per year, Schuster says. It's in showrooms next month.