Ford Edge Tire Size Chart (2007 – 2021)

On this page, we have listed the tire sizes recommended by Ford for the Ford Edge model.

To know the right tire size for your Ford Edge, first, take a look at your vehicle’s tires and note the two-digit number after the letter “R”. That number indicates your rim size. So, R17 indicates a 17-inch rim and R20 indicates a 20-inch rim.

With your rim size in mind, scroll down to your vehicle’s year below to see the right tire specs.

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2007 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 17-inch rim (R17): P235/65R17 103T
  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104T

2008 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102T

2009 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 17-inch rim (R17): P235/65R17 103T
  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102H

2010 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 17-inch rim (R17): P235/65R17 103T
  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102H
  • 22-inch rim (R22): P265/40R22/XL 105W

2011 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 17-inch rim (R17): P235/65R17 103T
  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102H
  • 22-inch rim (R22): P265/40R22/XL 105W

2012 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 17-inch rim (R17): P235/65R17 103T
  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102H
  • 22-inch rim (R22): P265/40R22/XL 105W

2013 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 17-inch rim (R17): P235/65R17 103T
  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102H
  • 22-inch rim (R22): P265/40R22/XL 105W

2014 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 17-inch rim (R17): P235/65R17 103T
  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102H
  • 22-inch rim (R22): P265/40R22/XL 105W

2015 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 19-inch rim (R19): P245/55R19 103V
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102V
  • 21-inch rim (R21): P265/40R21/XL 105V

2016 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 19-inch rim (R19): P245/55R19 103V
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102V or 102H

2017 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 19-inch rim (R19): P245/55R19 103V
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102V or 102H
  • 21-inch rim (R21): P265/40R21/XL 105V

2018 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H
  • 19-inch rim (R19): P245/55R19 103V
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102V
  • 21-inch rim (R21): P265/40R21/XL 105V

2019 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H or 104V
  • 19-inch rim (R19): P245/55R19 103V
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102V
  • 21-inch rim (R21): P265/40R21/XL 105V

2020 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 104H or 105V
  • 19-inch rim (R19): P245/55R19 103V
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102V
  • 21-inch rim (R21): P265/40R21/XL 105V

2021 Ford Edge Tire Size

  • 18-inch rim (R18): P245/60R18 105V
  • 18-inch rim (R18): P235/60R18 103V (for winter and cold climates)
  • 19-inch rim (R19): P245/55R19 103V
  • 20-inch rim (R20): P245/50R20 102V
  • 21-inch rim (R21): P265/40R21/XL 101V

Ford Edge Tires: Other Factors to Consider

Knowing the right tire size for your Ford Edge is the right first step towards buying the tires that would give you value for your money. Aside from size, there are few other factors to consider when shopping for Ford Edge tires.

How and where you drive is one factor you must bear in mind. If you live in Florida, for example, you’d be fine with the regular tires on the market. But if you live in Montana or Washington state, you’d need heavy-duty winter tires. And if you live in a place that witnesses extreme seasonal shifts, your best bet is to go for all-season tires, as alternating tires during winter and summer months can be cumbersome and even unrealistic.

Another important factor to consider is the terrain on which you drive your Ford Edge most of the time. If most of your driving is on off-road terrains, you’d want tires that can ride well on sand, dirt, gravel, stones, etc. And in that case, you should go for ties with wider tread patterns and stiffer sidewalls to help maintain balance on rough, bumpy roads as well as protect against punctures.

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