Ford Edge: Reviews, Photos, and More
For those in the market for a great midsize SUV, the Ford Edge has plenty to offer. Check out our Ford Edge review for photos, rankings, key specs and more.
This is our third Sport Trac. We owned a base model 2003 version several years ago which we towed behind our motorhome. We sold it when we sold the RV, and found we missed it so much, that we found a 2008 model which we put many carefree miles. Last June we found our 2010 Limited model with less than 30,000 miles. Copper/Brown accents and it looked like it had just rolled out of the showroom. I've had several offers to buy it, but as most Sport Trac owners will testify, these rare trucks are keepers. I hope Ford reintroduces the model soon. No other small truck comes close to the looks and practicability.
This vehicle makes for an excellent commuter car. MPGs are competitive, Stick shift makes driving fun. This most definitely isn't the family car. Cargo? Sure. Engine's too small for serious jobs, but it'll handle most household needs. Passengers? You only get two, and it's not very comfortable. Performance? Lacking, unless you want to rev high. Fun? Absolutely. You really feel the road in this truck. Between this and the manual trans, my commute is rather interesting these days.
All the capabilities of a standard f150 with additional perks that other trucks do not have. Wider wheel base provides stability off road during aggressive turns. The 6.2L engine is plenty of power to get you up to 60...or 80... as quickly as you need to enter the freeway. Interior is unmatched with the two tone leather, hands free functionality, sun roof, sliding rear glass, and more amenities than I need but love having. Very capable off road and an absolute blast to drive. Most miles are highway but the vehicle is very smooth on pavement and surprisingly quiet despite the 35 inch all terrain tire. Very consistent gas mileage averaging about 13+ combined since I bought it.
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