2014 Ford Edge
37,846 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$14,899
Est $215/mo

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2016 Ford Edge
22,373 Miles | Miami, FL
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2014 Ford Edge
31,462 Miles | Miami, FL
$16,099
Est $232/mo

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2015 Ford Edge
67,952 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$18,099
Est $261/mo

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2015 Ford Edge
24,483 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$17,598
Est $254/mo

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2015 Ford Edge
27,064 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$17,999
Est $259/mo

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2014 Ford Edge
107,077 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$9,000
Est $130/mo

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2011 Ford Edge
64,568 Miles | Boulder, CO
$17,500
Est $252/mo

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2018 Ford Edge
2,778 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$37,896
Est $546/mo

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2015 Ford Edge
39,087 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$25,581
Est $369/mo

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2017 Ford Edge
30,538 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$21,591
Est $311/mo

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2018 Ford Edge
2,472 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$38,896
Est $561/mo

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2010 Ford Edge
106,450 Miles | Tacoma, WA
$10,989
Est $158/mo

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2014 Ford Edge
44,906 Miles | Honolulu, HI
$15,999
Est $231/mo

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2015 Ford Edge
29,674 Miles | Honolulu, HI
$17,999
Est $259/mo

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2013 Ford Edge
68,671 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$17,475
Est $252/mo

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2012 Ford Edge
34,297 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$13,990
Est $202/mo

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2013 Ford Edge
51,927 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$15,370
Est $222/mo

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2013 Ford Edge
60,022 Miles | Decatur, GA
$13,922
Est $201/mo

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2015 Ford Edge
25,852 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$18,889
Est $272/mo

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Ford Edge Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
84 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.2
Performance
4.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
3.4
Reliability
4.1

Ford Edge Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2009 Ford Edge - Dependable vehicle with low maintenance. Attractive with curvy lines.

delgena
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
The Ford Edge has been a good vehicle for taking it back and forth to work. I have the black exterior with black vinyl seats. I like that I can sit up higher than a standard car, but yet it is smaller than a large SUV. At this time I am finding small things are starting to go out on the Edge. There is a grinding noise in the front passenger side, the air conditioning is not the best despite very rarely used in the years having the Edge. The size is overall perfect. We have a small 1 car tuck under garage and this vehicle fits in perfectly. We have room for our two dogs when we drop the back seats. They can sit and look out the window and have plenty of moving around space. The exterior is also holds up well to everyday minor things. I have hit the side view mirror and not a scratch eve... (more)
Story
Headed out to a renaissance festival that was 1 1/2 hours away. There were 6 of us and we laughed the entire way there and back.
Pros
Spacious. There is plenty of room for 5 people to sit comfortably. If we buy larger items they usually fit nicely through the back. Tinted window. The car seems to keep a bit cooler on hot days. I like the gas gauge and the readout that tells how many miles are left until empty. Electric seats that have a ton of different adjustable features. Electric key pad on the outside has come in handy
Cons
The truck is manual and heavy to open especially if my hands are full. Gas mileage could be better seats are vinyl and make for hot sitting in the summer. Turns are a bit wide The electronics are outdated. i.e...No blue tooth, OnStar etc...

2013 Ford Edge -

VC
Amity Gardens, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I have only had my Ford for a few months but I have enjoyed it so far. I really love how each key has its own settings. When my boyfriend goes to drive he doesn't need to adjust the seats, he just uses his key and it automatically sets for him. The ride is really smooth and makes me feel safe while driving it. I have never had a car with heated seats, and let me tell you, I will never go back. They are wonderful for cold days. The black leather interior is not only stylish, but comfortable. I travel an hour to work everyday and it's always a nice drive. I often need to carry large boxes of supplies in my car for my job. I am able to fit them all in no problems. The back seat and trunk is spacious, making it easy to fit in everything I need. I absolutely love the backup camera. I am ver... (more)
Story
Unfortunately I have only had a chance to drive this car to and from work. I've only had it a few months.
Pros
Backup Camera Heated Seats Safety Rating MPG Sunroof Voice Sync
Cons
Voice Sync occasionally messes up

2013 Ford Edge - Definitely an SUV fit for me!

Mitchell
Gautier, Mississippi
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
Overall, I absolutely loved my 2013 Ford Edge. It was a nice family vehicle, and it had ample storage room in the back. It had lots of compartments to fit things up front. It also had a great sound system and wonderful controls to fit the package. The only things I would complain about are the cost of maintenance and the fact that there was no third row option. I would like to have had the option without having to move to far up in size. I must state the SUV handled impeccably in the snow. It also got amazing gas mileage. I went to WI and didn't spend nearly what I thought I would on gas. Thankfully, I did not have to experience the safety features first hand as we were never in a collision. I will say, however, that I auto planed once, and the car recovered very well. I would trust my... (more)
Story
One day our dogs jumped, literally jumped, the fence. I thought for certain we'd have to go to the shelter to get them back. But nope—as we were driving, we saw all three quite large pups. So I pulled over, opened the back door, and called the dogs to me. All three dogs piled in, walked right over my kids and jumped into the back. The back where they all had enough room to rest from their adve... (more)
Pros
My favorite features were definitely the Bluetooth system. It allowed for music as well as hands-free calling. Allowing me to keep my focus on the road. I also loved the digital information on the dash. The speakers and the radio system were also wonderful. I had more options to save music stations. I had FM, AM, and XM radio. I also loved the gas mileage. I thought I'd be spending so much money on gas, but I truly got my bang for my buck with this vehicle.
Cons
The negatives were that the battery froze up in the cold. So I required a jump in harsher winter climates. Also, the cost of maintenance and replacement of things anywhere from wipers to tires was extremely high. The oil changes I paid for with this vehicle are the highest I have ever paid. Also, as I stated, I would prefer the option of third row. This vehicle fit my family but didn't allow room for friends or any additional passengers.

Ford Edge Generations

Ford Edge is a midsize crossover that's helped spawn a growing segment of five-seat, near-luxury vehicles. It sits between the Escape and the Explorer in Ford's crossover lineup. Ford began production of the Edge in 2006; it's built two generations of the crossover, each with a significant update halfway through its lifespan.

2015 - Present (Second Generation)

The second generation of Edge was built on the Ford CD4 platform, which was still shared by the Lincoln MKX. The wheelbase increased to 112.2 inches from the previous 111. Curb weight was now 3,912 for the FWD vehicles and 4,060 for the AWD.

The exterior was redesigned and the grille now resembled the Taurus and Explorer with its wide horizontal slats. The new headlights were elongated and curved. The interior featured more room and a rear-view camera.

A standard EcoBoost 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine makes 245 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque. It's rated to tow 3,500 pounds and could be combined with AWD. The mid-level engine was a 3.5-liter V6 with 280 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque.

The highest-powered engine was the 2.7-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 that made 315 horsepower; this engine was used on the Edge Sport models. All versions of the Edge had a six-speed automatic transmission.

Ratings for the 2016 model from the NHTSA included a five-star overall rating and five-star ratings in all other categories except rollover for the AWD, which scored a four-star rating. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety scored the 2015 Edge with Good ratings in three out of four categories.

Ford gave the Edge a facelift for the 2019 model year. The wide-slat grille was replaced with a honeycomb grille, which was similar to the Explorer that debuted a few years prior. The headlights and taillights were redesigned to give the Edge a sleeker, more upscale appearance. The newly-debuted Edge ST became the top trim. It offered a 2.7 liter EcoBoost V6 engine featuring twin turbochargers and putting out 335 horsepower. The ST showed a dark mesh front grille with a restyled interior and aluminum-alloy wheels.

The 3.5-liter V6 was discontinued and the horsepower on the base 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine was bumped to 250 from 245. An eight-speed automatic transmission premiered for all trim levels. The auto stop-start technology on this transmission gave the base EcoBoost four-cylinder an extra five horsepower. All Edge trims benefited from increased fuel economy as well. Each trim level now offered aluminum-alloy wheels as an option as well as new combinations for exterior colors and interior trim.
An optional 12-speaker surround system by Bang & Olufsen replaced the previous Sony system.

Three new safety features were also added to the 2019 Edge, including post-collision braking, evasive steering assist and adaptive cruise control with lane centering for stop and go traffic. The 2019 Edge offers a total of nine exterior colors, including some that are brand new for that year.

A total of four trims were offered for 2019 starting with the base SE, SEL, Titanium and ST.

2007 - 2014 (First Generation)

The first generation of Edge was built on the Ford CD3 platform, which was shared with the Lincoln MKX. It offered four trims, including the SE, SEL, Limited and Sport.

The SE was the base trim and had cloth seats, AC, a single disc CD player and 17-inch wheels. The SEL had upgraded cloth seats, a power driver's seat, a six-disc CD changer and 18-inch wheels. The Limited trim featured seats with leather trim, a folding second row, dual-zone temperature control, an in-car connectivity system and 18-inch wheels. The Sport trim didn't begin selling until the 2009 model year. It had leather seats, a folding second row, six-disc CD player, chrome exhaust tips and 20-inch wheels.

Three engines were available in this generation. The model years between 2007 and 2009 offered a Duratec 3.5-liter V6 putting out 265 horsepower. An upgraded 285-horsepower version was available from 2010 to 2014. The standard transmission was a six-speed automatic transmission.

Safety features for the first generation Edge included dual front airbags, side-impact and side curtain airbags, ABS, traction and electronic stability control along with a tire-pressure monitor. The National Highway Traffic Administration gave the Edge five stars in front driver and side impact crash tests. It got four stars in rollover and front passenger crash tests.

Ford gave the Edge a mild facelift for 2011.

The exterior was modified in the front along with the wheels and bumper. The interior was also revamped with upgraded materials and touch controls that replaced various hard buttons and switches. From 2011 two additional engines were offered: A Duratec 3.7-liter V6 putting out 305 horsepower for the Sport, and the EcoBoost inline-four putting out 240 horsepower.

The trims remained the same with the Limited now offering optional equipment like adaptive cruise control, blind spot information and HID headlights. The seats were trimmed with charcoal black leather and it now featured 22-inch aluminum wheels with black spokes.

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