Used 2006 Suzuki Verona Sedan
Suzuki Verona Sedan
2006 Suzuki Verona Pricing
For Sale Near 20146
2006 Suzuki Verona KBB Expert Review
By masterfully combining the best attributes of a responsive but comfortable sedan with those of a versatile and roomy SUV, the 2008 Ford Edge fulfills the promise of the Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV) like no other example to date. It also demonstrates impeccable timing, arriving just as many car-based CUV sales begin overtaking their truck-based SUV counterparts. The Ford Edge might not have the capability to impact the market in the same way as the automaker's Taurus sedan of 1986 or the Explorer SUV of 1991, but the fact that it's good enough to get mentioned in the same sentence as those milestones says quite a bit.
You'll Like This Car If...
Softer than some, stiffer than others, the 2008 Ford Edge hits the mass-appeal sweet spot in ride and handling. Coupled with a refined, eager powertrain and notably quiet highway cruising, the roomy, comfortable, versatile Edge is an extraordinarily well-rounded way to move throughout the world.
You May Not Like This Car If...
The Ford Edge doesn't corner as aggressively as its sporty appearance may suggest. Its innovative design (and $39,000 price ceiling) might also have you expecting the availability of features like keyless entry and start and a third-row seat. For the small percentage of drivers that would utilize it, the Edge's lack of manumatic shift capability could be a disappointment.
What's New for 2006
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.
In the city and on the highway, the 2008 Ford Edge met or exceeded nearly all of our high expectations. More significant than how quickly the Edge was able to merge and pass was how pleasantly it did so, with none of the racket and drama we might have expected from such a vehicle only a few years ago. At cruising speeds, we were impressed by an appreciably quiet cabin and a notably comfortable ride. Only when the road began to wind and curve, and we began to push it harder, did the Edge reveal any noteworthy limitations, although we nonetheless consider the suspension, steering and brakes ideally balanced for the vehicle's purpose in life.
Available Remote Seatback Release
For loading larger items, the split rear seatback folds flat at the push of two cargo area-mounted buttons.
Available Panoramic Sunroof
Open or closed, the Edge's massive glass sunroof really livens up the passenger cabin. There's even a second, fixed glass panel over the second row.
The Edge's more familiar interior styling doesn't quite live up to the expectations set by its cutting-edge sheetmetal, but it's nonetheless attractive, comfortable and spacious. Highlights include an especially roomy back seat with reclining seatbacks and a center console big enough to swallow a laptop or purse. Available niceties include a big panoramic sunroof, remote seat release buttons that let you fold the rear seatbacks flat from the cargo area and a fold-flat front passenger seat that allows for the transport of items up to eight feet in length.
By resisting the urge to add even a small, "just in case" third-row seat, Ford's designers were able to give the Edge the sleeker, sportier profile that helps set it apart from the crowd. The view from the side is marked by a large but subtle rear spoiler, short front and rear overhangs and well-defined wheel arches framing 17-inch aluminum wheels. The front of the vehicle is dominated by a version of the three-bar chrome grille that debuted on the Ford Fusion sedan, while the back is defined by dual exhaust outlets, a big, unapologetic Ford oval and clear-lens taillamps. Edge SEL and Limited models are distinguished by 18-inch wheels, front fog lights, chrome exhaust tips plus body-color mirrors, door handles and spoiler.
Notable Standard Equipment
In addition to the 3.5-liter V6 and six-speed automatic transmission, a base Edge SE includes power windows/locks/mirrors, remote keyless entry, single-disc CD/CD-MP3 sound system, auxiliary audio input jack, reclining rear seatbacks and 17-inch aluminum wheels, A comprehensive set of standard safety equipment includes front, front-side and two-row side-curtain airbags, plus electronic stability control with rollover mitigation.
Notable Optional Equipment
Features not included on a base Edge include the two-panel panoramic sunroof, EasyFold trunk-mounted remote rear-seat release, DVD-based voice activated navigation system, DVD rear-seat entertainment system, power rear liftgate, SYNC hands-free communication and entertainment system, reverse sensing system, premium six-disc audio system, leather seating, power and heated front seats and fold-flat passenger seat.
Under the Hood
In addition to Ford's newest V6, the Edge's powertrain features a cutting-edge six-speed automatic transmission that's the product of a joint development program between Ford and GM. The available all-wheel-drive system functions in front-wheel-drive mode until a need for additional traction is detected. In true crossover fashion, the Edge is built upon the same platform as Ford's Fusion sedan. Maximum towing capacity is 3,500 pounds.
265 horsepower @ 6250 rpm
250 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4500 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 16/24 (FWD), 15/22 (AWD)
The 2008 Ford Edge's Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starts around $26,000 and approaches $39,000 when fully loaded. We expect our Fair Purchase Prices to reflect real-world transaction prices in line with MSRP, so be sure to check them before you buy. The Edge can be a compelling value when compared to the Nissan Murano, which starts around $29,000 and can go much higher. The Mazda CX-7 starts close to $24,000 and can exceed $35,000. In regards to resale values, we expect the Edge to perform similarly to the Murano and CX-7.
Suzuki Verona Consumer Reviews
December 02, 2015
One of a kind find!
This was such a one of a kind find!. I got this car at such a great deal but I also just really enjoyed all the features of this car. So...
September 18, 2015
This has been an excellent car.
I bought the car new and I've had minimal service problems. It still runs great and the body style is modern and looks much like newer...
March 22, 2012
This car has never let me down.
I've owned this car for 8 years and it has never let me down. I have not had to do much more than change the oil every 3000 miles and...
December 31, 2011
Great Car !! Good power , comfy, reliable
Never had any issues with this car.. Drives good, plenty of power with the 6 cyc.. Good ride, very comfy.. Other then regular...
November 22, 2011
Great car - Went from Infiniti Q45 to Verona
I bought this car in 2005 with 1000 miles on it. It has been a great car! It is so much like my Infiniti, it's eerie. Of course not as...
October 01, 2011
Very nice car, with the money paid for
I'm the second owner and have owned this car for three years. Everything runs great except for some interior parts. The grab handle's...
February 22, 2011
This has been the best car I have ever owned. Never had any repairs just change the oil every 4k miles is the only money besides gas I...
June 28, 2010
This car should have been the Toyota Camry's nemisis. It just did not work out...
April 23, 2010
Great deal for the money
Bought this used in 2007. I was considering a Honda accord that was similarly equipped with leather and such but was a bit outside my...
July 27, 2009
2006 Suzuki Verona Specs
2006 Suzuki Verona Safety Ratings
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