Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Auxiliary Audio Input, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.5L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 34K Miles, Black/Tan
I purchased the V-6 Titanium model and glad I did. A week after buying the car, we drove to Yellowstone, which was 16 hour one way drive. The Edge handled four of us fully loaded, no problem, I've taken it to Tahoe several time and it has plenty of power to handle the grades up I-80 or hwy 50. It drives so smoothly - no vibrations and very quiet. I also use it as my daily drive and find it easy to maneuver through traffic or parking lots. I compared the Edge to the Acura RDX and the Edge won in so many ways--more power, smoother quieter ride, nicer interior, more options, and for about $8k less. Overall The Edge is a great small SUV.
I am a previous owner of a BMW X5. had it for about 5 years. I was in love with the big wheels, the panoramic sun roof and the sit up high command that I had when driving. The maintenance was overbearing and I was heartbroken when I traded for a Mercedes C300. A year later I decided to drive the EDGE SPORT....WOW!!!! The same feeling I got when I drove my BMW ...was back again. "Ford has stepped up" and I'am driving proof
This is the ideal mid-size SUV (aka Crossover) vehicle, it combines great interior comfort, external looks, versatility and power. Looking at the Edge and its competitors I found for the money the Edge offers more for the price. Pros: Size Features Power Comfort Look Cons: Ride is a bit rough for a "luxury" vehicle (Sport AWD model) Wheels on sport model are expensive to replace when it comes time to! If I had the money the Ease of access options would have been nice (push button start, automatic lift gate, etc...)