Used 2013 Ford Edge for Sale
About the 2013 Ford Edge
The 2013 Ford Edge provides a great midsize crossover SUV option for small families, singles and couples that need a bit more room than the typical sedan will provide, or who want more capability in basic off-road or rough weather conditions. As one of the first crossover vehicles developed, it quickly gained ground with families who wanted more room than an average car, but didn't want to step up to a full SUV. Providing an easier drive and handling than larger vehicles, the 2013 Edge still maintained some level of capability for light towing, cargo hauling and general utility while working well as an economical daily driver for many small families.
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Q: Does the 2013 Ford Edge get good fuel economy?
A: The 2013 Ford Edge has a range of features that can impact fuel economy. When configured with the 2.0L inline-four engine and front-wheel drive, the Edge has an EPA estimate of 21 mpg city and 29 mpg highway, while the 3.7L V6 engine with all-wheel drive has an EPA estimate of 17 mpg city and 23 mpg highway.1
Q: Does the 2013 Ford Edge have a backup camera?
A: Though it's not standard on the 2013 Ford Edge, a backup camera is an available option, including Ford's BLIS® Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert. This feature constantly scans for approaching cross traffic which you may not be able to see yet. If a vehicle is approaching, an audible signal will sound, a message will appear on the backup camera's display and amber light in the appropriate side's mirror.
Q: How many can the 2013 Ford Edge seat?
A: Falling into the smaller end of the midsize crossover SUV class, the 2013 Ford Edge was designed without a third-row seat, limiting its number of passengers to five. Two front bucket seats and a 60/40-fold flat rear bench seat are standard equipment, with higher trim levels and available options including an EasyFold® rear seat back release and heated ten-way power front seats with driver's side memory.
Q: What's the hauling capacity of the 2013 Ford Edge?
A: The 2013 Ford Edge vehicle cabin has 32.2 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seat and 68.9 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats folded. When properly equipped and including Ford's Class II Trailer Tow Package, the 2013 Ford Edge can tow up to 3,500 pounds, providing you with options for hauling a small camper, boat, trailer or toy hauler.2
Q: What are some popular features on the 2013 Ford Edge?
A: With the range of SE, SEL, Limited and Sport trims available, including a wide range of available options, there are many features that make the 2013 Ford Edge a popular choice. These include hill start assist, cargo area tiedowns and hooks, driver's seat lumbar support, available remote engine start, available SYNC® with MyFord Touch™, twelve-speaker audio system from Sony® and below-floor cargo management system.3, 4
1 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.
2 Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.
3 Remote start functionality may require the purchase of a subscription plan and/or a compatible device like a smart phone. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.
4 Activation with subscription required.
Unveiled at the 2006 North American International Auto Show, the first generation of the Ford Edge represented Ford's first foray into the midsize crossover SUV class, still relatively new at the time. It was initially available in three trim levels, the SE, which featured cloth seats, manual air conditioning and 17-inch painted aluminum wheels, the SEL with upgrades to a six-way power driver's seat, AM/FM stereo with six-disc in-dash CD/MP3 player and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, and the Limited, with premium features including leather-trimmed front seats, Easy Fold® second-row seat back release and dual-zone electronic automatic climate control. The Sport trim level was revealed at the Chicago Auto Show in 2008, with reclining 60/40-fold flat rear seat with center fold-down armrest, 20-inch premium chrome-clad aluminum wheels and SYNC in-car connectivity system.4
4 Activation with subscription required.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2013 Ford Edge. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit nhtsa.gov/recalls to look up a specific vehicle.
Reviews for 2013 Ford Edge
This car protected my wife in a severe crash!
Last week my wife was t-boned in an intersection in our 2013 Edge Limited. The car was flipped on it's side, and the side curtain airbags deployed. The car was totaled, but my way came away with only bruises. The sync system immediately flash on the dash the message and gave an audible message that it was calling 911. Rescue was on the scene in about one minute. My wife and I so appreciate the way this car protected her, and we are currently looking for another Edge.
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Second Excellent car purchased from Carmax
We owned a van and traded for sedan type vehicle which was too much of a radical transition because of being use to the space and size of our van. The Edge has met all of our needs plus given us some added new features to enjoy, ie: outside camera for back-up assistance, automatic liftgate, seat warmers and electric seats on both driver and passenger sides. We love all the new features and the size of this vehicle.
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No More Honda SUVs for Me
As a lifelong Honda owner, I was not willing to compromise on quality or reliability, but my family needed more legroom and headroom than we could find in a Honda SUV. So, I retired my Honda Pilot and bought a Ford Edge, half-expecting to regret it. I love it! It handles like a small car but has HUGE interior room. Importantly, the rear seats have as much space as the front ones -- perfect for my 6'5" teenager and his friends -- and I can still put plenty of cargo (groceries, backpacks, sports gear, even furniture and large plants) in the rear compartment. I've discovered features my Hondas never had -- like well-placed storage compartments, no "blind spot," hands-free phone calls, and more. The longer I drive this car, the more loyal I am.
- Interior Space: Exceeds any other SUV
- Ride and Handling: Maneuvers like a small car, but comfortable like a big one
- Technology and Entertainment: Love the plug-in for IPod and Sync for phone
- Power: Lack of V6 makes fast acceleration challenging
- Fuel Economy: Small gas tank (vs. other SUVs) requires more frequent fill-ups
- Visibility: Would have liked a larger read window
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