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Ford Edge

Ford Edge

About Ford Edge

The 2017 Ford Edge is a solid choice for those wanting a well-rounded midsize-crossover SUV but who don't need a third row of seats. This 2-row configuration and the Edge's squat dimensions grant ample room for passengers and cargo. The Edge is tailored for a compliant, sedan-like ride rather than the rugged ways of a Jeep Grand Cherokee or Subaru Outback. Starting at nearly $30,000, the 2017 Edge's premium nature is reflected in a price that is higher than a 2-row Kia Sorento, and similar to the aggressively styled Nissan Murano. By contrast, the Ford's design is conservative yet handsome. The Edge offers a robust suite of safety and tech features, and a trio of engines ranging from an efficient 4-cylinder to a twin-turbo V6.

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LATEST MODEL
2017 Ford Edge
What's new for 2017?
2017 Ford Edge

Only minor changes are in store for the 2017 Ford Edge, which was totally revamped just two years ago. This year's updates include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration for the optional Sync 3 infotainment system, new exterior colors, and a windshield wiper with de-icer included in the Cold Weather package.

  • Expert Rating: 7.8
  • Consumers Rating: 8.5
  • MPG 21|30
2016 Ford Edge
What's new for 2016?
2016 Ford Edge

The Sport trim receives a number of upgrades including adaptive power steering, a power rear liftgate, a power adjustable steering column and all-wheel drive. All models gain keyless entry with push-button start, while new options include the Sync 3 infotainment system. The V6 option is dropped from the SE trim.

2015 Ford Edge
What's new for 2015?
2015 Ford Edge

All new "from wheels to roof," as Ford puts it, the new Edge is slightly larger than its predecessor and features more interior room, new engine choices, and the brand's best technology and amenities. The Sport trim now boasts a 2.7-liter turbocharged V6, and a premium Titanium trim joins the lineup.

2014 Ford Edge
What's new for 2014?
2014 Ford Edge

Changes are relatively minor for the 2014 Ford Edge, limited mostly to some new colors and the latest generation of Ford’s SYNC and MyTouch systems.

2013 Ford Edge
What's new for 2013?
2013 Ford Edge

Changes are relatively minor for the 2013 Edge after Ford’s mid-size crossover got a new engine choice the year prior. For 2013, all-wheel drive can now be had as an option on even base SE models, and the 6-speed SelectShift automatic transmission gets a sport mode.

2012 Ford Edge
What's new for 2012?
2012 Ford Edge

A 240-horsepower EcoBoost 2.0-liter engine is added to the 2012 Edge's powertrain list. Offered on the SE, SEL and Limited trims, the 4-cylinder EcoBoost engine features turbocharging and gasoline direct injection to achieve an EPA estimated 21 mpg city and 30 mpg highway. EcoBoost-equipped Edge models also feature active grille shutters, which close under certain conditions to improve aerodynamics. Also new is the availability of a passenger's 10-way power seat with power lumbar support.

2011 Ford Edge
What's new for 2011?
2011 Ford Edge

For 2011, the Edge gets a major makeover, sporting an aggressive oversized three-bar chrome grille, new front fenders and a more modern interior. The 3.5-liter V6 sees a big jump in horsepower to 285, while the Sport trim's 3.7-liter engine boosts output to 305 horsepower. New options include Intelligent Access with push-button start, adaptive cruise control and a new driver interface system called MyFord Touch.

2010 Ford Edge
What's new for 2010?
2010 Ford Edge

For 2010, the Edge Sport gets new 20-inch wheels while a new Limited Interior Appearance Package is added to the options list. Refinements to this year's drivetrain result in improved city/highway fuel economy.

2009 Ford Edge
What's new for 2009?
2009 Ford Edge

A new trim, the Edge Sport, joins the lineup for 2009. The Sport features available 22-inch polished aluminum wheels, an eight-piece factory installed body kit and special exterior paint choices.

2008 Ford Edge
What's new for 2008?
2008 Ford Edge

New options for 2008 include the SYNC hands-free communications and entertainment system, a power rear liftgate, voice-activated DVD navigation and two new packages: The Limited series and an interior Appearance Package featuring red leather seating with contrasting piping.

2007 Ford Edge
What's new for 2007?
2007 Ford Edge

The all-new Edge crossover is stylish on the outside, comfortable on the inside and smooth, quiet and responsive on the road. Most importantly, the entire package is wrapped in an overall sense of quality and refinement that's sure to sway plenty of import-brand devotees.

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Consumer Reviews

It does everything great!

By on Sunday, January 29, 2017

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 35,000

10 10.0
overall rating 10 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "Lookf ans comfort"

Cons: "None!"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"Great looks! Great driving! Great quality! = Great SUV!"

9 people out of 9 found this review helpful

2016 Ford Edge V6 AWD -1st. 6mo. update.

By on Sunday, June 4, 2017

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 5,250

10 8.0
overall rating 8 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
8/10
Value
8/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
8/10
Performance
7/10
Styling
8/10
Comfort
9/10

Pros: "Spacious interior,cabin quietness. Good mpg for si"

Cons: "Turning radius. soft suspension, high hood line"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8

"Avg. mpg = 22-24 with mixed driving. Cabin quietness - very good. Navigation - mixed results. Door lock features - very good. Touch Screen - Expect learning curve. Climate control - Expect learning curve. Back-up camera - Note use of hitch mounted bike rack/ski rack will cause very annoying and distracting tone while reversing. No quality issues."

1 person out of 1 found this review helpful

My six day rental of a '16 Ford Edge Titanium

By on Monday, July 25, 2016

I don't own this car

10 7.0
overall rating 7 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
7/10
Value
7/10
Reliability
Not Rated
Quality
7/10
Performance
8/10
Styling
6/10
Comfort
7/10

Pros: "Brakes, handling, comfortable seats, Sync 3, mpg"

Cons: "Firm & nervous ride, road noise"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 7

"I just finished a six day rental of a '16 Ford Edge Titanium with the Ecoboost 2.0 4 engine, driving it from south Florida to northern Georgia (mountains), down through the west Georgia boonies where The Walking Dead is filmed, then back south. It averaged 28 - 29 mpg on the open (highway/interstate) road, 22 mpg in town per the fuel economy computer..... not bad. The performance of the Ecoboost 4 engine is fairly impressive, considering the weight of the Edge vs the small size of the engine, and it does move it along pretty well. However, if you've carrying a load of people & stuff in a hilly area, you’ll sometimes wish you had another 15 ponies and 20 pound/feet of torque on tap. With a full load, this engine in this vehicle gets the job done, but you won’t have a lot of reserve power to spare. To be fair, compared to the '14 Ford Edge rental I drove two years ago that had a punishing and miserable ride, the '16 Edge is a big overall improvement ranging from the new Sync 3 system to the improved ride, comfort, braking and handling. Very strange, however, that this loaded Titanium didn’t have a GPS system!!!! Nearly a $38k top of the line car, and no GPS? REALLY?? This being said… this particular ’16 Titanium didn't close the deal for my family for a purchase, and here’s why: It rode pretty smoothly and fairly quietly only on the most glass-like asphalt roads (I don’t know where some Edge reviewers say that this SUV is soooo "quiet” – it is NOT, so they must be deaf or Ford fanatics). On any other road surface, the ride was frequently nervous and bumpy, the car thumped and bumped over minor broken pavement, you felt every imperfection in the road through the steering wheel. Depending on the type of road surface, road noise was prominent. For these reasons, these observations were definitely NOT in our definition of a ‘Titanium’ level in our opinion, and the deal breaker for a potential purchase. The road noise from the 19” Hankook 245/55R19 Venus S1 noble tires (set at 35psi per the manufacturer's recommendation) and through the vehicle’s floorpan was a bit excessive, especially since this was the Titanium model. I shudder to think how the Edge Sport must ride and sound with it's even lower profile tires/larger wheels. With the improvements in automotive industry suspension and sound reduction technology introduced over the past few years, there is certainly no excuse for Ford not producing a smoother riding and quieter crossover than this new top of the line Edge. Perhaps the Edge SEL might ride a little better (and a little quieter) with it's standard 18” wheels & tires. If so, a ‘16 Edge SEL could be worth a serious look. I've also just learned that the Titanium can be ordered with the 18" wheels & tires (60 profile instead of 55), so it would be interesting to drive an Edge Titanium with these tires/wheels. In the meantime, maybe Ford needs to talk to Kia, and closely examine a '16 Sorento. I rented a lowly '16 Sorento LX w/V6 a few months ago, and it was a definitely quieter, smoother riding, and faster SUV than this '16 Edge Titanium, and at a much lower price. The '16 EX & SX trim Sorentos are even quieter and ride about as well as the lower priced trim LX! Overall, a disappointment for a pricey SUV we really wanted to like. Back to the drawing board, Ford – Kia can get the job done with their Sorento, so, try again. You can do it!"

56 people out of 61 found this review helpful

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