Used 2009 Ford Edge SEL for Sale
Reviews for 2009 Ford Edge
Used or not Used. That is the question.
I bought my Ford Edge used, with 8k miles on it. The price drop from the new variety was just too significant to ignore. Now I find myself wondering if the previous owner was really able to rag out a car in a matter of months. Is it just a really funky transmission by Ford, or is my car "special"? When I start it, I'm reminded of a wind up toy knocking a bit. The vehicle goes, gets me from point A to point B, and has a nice interior. I actually prefer the back seat to the front. I'm pretty short at 5'4" and the driver's seat can be a bit stiffling with my winter coats on. It's not as bad as the 1 minute I sat in the Chevy Equinox before walking away depressed. Hey, the price is equivalent to smaller scale crossovers like Equinox, CRV and Rav4, yet it's a step bigger. So, you can't really complain for what you pay. It's hard to transition from a roomy buick to something with less luxury, but I'm overall pleased with my purchase. I hope to adjust to the trasmission as time goes by. I've had it about 2 months now.
best car i ever bought
After driving Mercedes for 25 years, I didn't want to spend that kind of money again for a car, and I thought that American cars deserved a look. So, I did. I wanted a crossover for the size and the ease of entry (I'm now 62) and exit. Ford's rejection of government financial aid also came into the picture. I checked out the GM and Chrysler products and looked at Honda and VW because the dealerships were all in a row. When I drove the Edge, that immediately eliminated the others. The car is solid as a rock, gets reasonably good gas mileage (I'd like it a bit better, though), and performs extremely well. The interior is tight and comfortable; the vista roof is wonderful when I get to be a passenger!; the back of the car holds all the groceries and Lowes' purchases easily; and the Ford service is pleasingly good. After being babied by Mercedes for so long, I felt like I had downgraded intially -- but the car is extremely well made, the price is right, the service is responsive and fast, and - best of all - I FINALLY have a cupholder! 25 years of Mercedes - and NO cupholder. If I can keep this car as long as I kept my last one (15 years), I'll be golden. My recommendation is simple: Buy and Edge. Today, my 2009 has lost only $1500 of its initial value. I'd do it again and again.
would have chose a explorer over the edge any day
It does not have power to pull small trailer or a cargo rack..
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