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2018 Ford Edge Tires

Introduced in 2006, the Ford Edge is a crossover SUV that’s built on a similar platform as the Ford Fusion, Lincoln MKX, and Mazda CX-9. Produced in Canada, the 2018 Ford Edge is part of the vehicle’s second generation and offers drivers a spacious interior, up to 21 miles per gallon in city driving and up to 29 miles per gallon on the highway, a 245 horsepower engine, and standard technology features like Bluetooth Wireless connectivity, hands free phone, remote keyless entry, push-button start, and much more. 2018 Ford Edge tires could be 245/60R18, 245/50R20, 265/40R21, or 245/55R19 for its SE, SEL, Sport, and Titanium trim levels, and a brand new Edge likely left the factory with a set of Michelin Latitude Tour HP, Pirelli Scorpion STR, or Hankook Ventus S1 noble2 (H452) tires attached.

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TrimTire SizeOE Tire

245/50R20 102V

Hankook Ventus S1 Noble2 (H452)

245/50R20 102V

Hankook Ventus S1 Noble2 (H452)

245/55R19 103V

Hankook Ventus S1 Noble2 (H452)

265/40R21 105V XL

Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season

P245/50R20 102H

Pirelli Scorpion STR

P245/50R20 102H

Pirelli Scorpion STR

P245/60R18 104H

Samson Long Haul GL283A

P245/60R18 104H

Samson Long Haul GL283A

P245/60R18 104H

Samson Long Haul GL283A

Best reviewed tires that fit a 2018 Ford Edge
Tire Sidetread
out of 5
4.1 (6720)
Goodyear
Efficient Grip
Dan
5
Ford Edge 2018 Titanium
Verified Customer
Aug 5, 2023
So far they are great.

PATRA G.
5
Ford Edge 2018 Titanium
Verified Customer
Jul 14, 2023
SOME OF THE BEST TIRES I HAVE EVER PURCHASED.

HAVE GONE ON MULTIPLE TRIPS WITH THESE TIRES AND NO ROAD NOISE, GOOD CORNERING AND EXCELLANT WHEN RAINING, DO NOT HYDROPLANE. I REALLY LIKE THESE TIRES AND I WILL PURCHASE THEM IN THE FUTURE AND ON ALL MY OTHER VEHICLES.

Ryan
3.5
Ford Edge 2018 SE (AWD)
Verified Customer
Apr 18, 2023
Performance on snow and ice is very poor

Poor winter traction. If you live somewhere where you get snow or ice I don't recommend. Even though it is severe snow rated that is bad rating system that is only done by the individual manufacture's and there is no industry standard. I've had to use my driving skills to get out of slippery situations. I would say from my personal experience the Wildpeak AT Trail has better winter traction. The Wildpeak AT Trail still is nowhere as good as a true stud free winter tire. But for sure better than these Mastercraft's. I plan to get winter tires for next winter and use these as a three season tire until there is not much tread left. I'm also someone that is very used to driving in the snow and ice having grown up in Massachusetts and someone that drives a lot including on stormy days. I frequently travel to Vermont, New Hampshire, New York state to go skiing.

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