The 2015 Ford Edge simply offers Chicago and Manteno drivers more than the 2015 Nissan Murano. Whether in terms of space, features, power, safety, or efficiency, you can bet that the Ford Edge does it better – and you’d be right.
The 2015 Ford Edge is available in four trim levels, with each one bringing its own focus to the table:
The 2015 Nissan Murano both starts and ends higher than the 2015 Ford Edge. The S model asks for a minimum of $29,560 — over $1,000 more than the Edge SE — and offers 18-inch aluminum-alloy and wheels dual-zone temperature control. The Murano Platinum starts at $39,000, and includes both LED headlights and a heated steering wheel.
The 2015 Ford Edge allows Chicago and Manteno drivers to craft their own combination of efficiency and power, with three engines to choose from:
While the 2015 Ford Edge encourages drivers to decide their own level of performance, the 2015 Nissan Murano offers no choice at all. Each trim level — whether the $29,560 S or the $39,000 Platinum — is fitted with the same 3.5L V6. With an output of 260 hp, it’s slightly more powerful than the standard Ford engine, but it’s bested by the 3.5L V6 and laughably inferior to the 2.7 EcoBoost.
Both the 2015 Ford Edge and the 2015 Nissan Murano feature well-designed cabins, with plenty of standard features. However, the 2015 Edge is far more spacious and comfortable, with 113.9 cubic feet of passenger space in comparison to the 2015 Murano’s 108.1.
It doesn’t matter where you sit — you’ll have far more space to stretch out and relax in with the Edge than you would in the Murano:
Standard features might be roughly comparable, but the 2015 Ford Edge offers a selection of available features that you won’t find in any trim level of the 2015 Nissan Murano.
Both the 2015 Ford Edge and the 2015 Nissan Murano offer a strong range of standard safety and protection equipment. However, the Edge demonstrated a superior resistance to impact energy during trials conducted by the NHSTA, earning a 5-star score instead of the 4-star score awarded to the 2015 Murano. You’ll also be able to add additional systems that are not included in the Nissan, such as blind-spot detection and seatbelt airbags.
The 2015 Ford Edge thoroughly outclasses the 2015 Nissan Murano in every way that matters. To test drive yours today near Manteno and Chicago, just visit Terry’s Ford of Peotone.