2011 FORD EDGE
Great all around car/SUV.
Excellent quality throughout.
Only complaint - nav maps are not easily updated to reflect new roads.
2011 FORD EDGE
Lots of usable space
Very Comfortable and easy to drive.
Have any used car checked by an independent repair shop
by CHARLES FINLEY
2007 FORD EDGE
Great versatile sport utility vehicle. Decent gas mileage and smooth and powerful motor and drivetrain. Excellent passenger and cargo room.
2008 FORD EDGE
Purchased for mileage and configuration of accessories. Car is clean, and low mileage.
Body is straight, even though it had a minor accident.
by Ford Edge
2012 FORD EDGE
All wheel drive and horse power. I use it everyday to commute and to go skiing or to the beach. Get the adaptive cruise control! It's worth every penny!
by CHARLES G.
2010 FORD EDGE
I love my Ford Edge, I get to my destinations safely and securely. I named her faith and my family and I absolutely love the seat warmer and leather seats. And loving the leg room. She is quick and witty and she loves to hug the roads with her 20" chrome wheels. She is stylish and I get plenty of excellent comments on a daily basis.
2008 FORD EDGE
I like the style of the Edge and this car was loaded and very reasonably priced. I had the car inspected by my mechanic before making an offer which I suggest anyone buying a used car do.
2013 FORD EDGE
CarFax appears to be 100% accurate. I use the SUV as transportation to work and to carry my umpiring gear.
by BIG DAN
Used Ford Edge Information
The Ford Edge is a midsize crossover that entered the market in 2007 and is manufactured by Ford Motor Company. Used Ford Edge buyers should know that it got a facelift update in 2011. The new, second-generation Edge debuted for the 2015 model year. The Ford Edge is mirrored in the company's luxury arm as the Lincoln MKX with a more premium interior. The first-generation of the Edge won acclaim for its sporty look, roomy interior and long list of trim levels and options.
The first-generation of Ford's midsize crossover has four trim levels, depending on the model year. When it launched, the Edge was available as a base level SE model, or in midlevel SEL and premium Limited trims. A Sport trim joined the lineup starting with the 2009 model year. The SEL trim was the best-selling of the trim levels, though the Sport trim contained many of the same elements and added a few technology features that are offered in the Limited trim.
The 2007-2010 Ford Edge models are powered by a Duratec 3.5-liter V6 that produces 265 horsepower. In 2011, the engine was updated and output increased to 285 horsepower. Two additional engine options were also added, including a Duratec 3.7-liter V6 with 305 horsepower and a turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder engine that generates 240 horsepower. A six-speed automatic transmission is standard across the model line.
The new engine options were offered starting with the 2011 model year, and were accompanied by updated styling that changed the look of the Ford Edge. The result is a crossover that looks more in line with Ford's growing lineup of newly minted cars and crossovers. A second styling update was introduced with the 2015 model.
Safety ratings for the first generation Ford Edge in the first-generation were very good, with most model years receiving a Top Safety Pick award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The second-generation model continues to perform well in IIHS crash tests, and received a top, five-star overall rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for its performance in crash tests.
The Edge won Best Cars for Families from AAA and Parents Magazine in 2007, a World's 10 Best Engines from Ward for the Duratec 3.5-liter V6 and a 2007 APPEAL Award from JD Power and Associates.