The Ford Edge is an appealing mid-sized SUV that gets decent ratings overall. It doesn’t have the same selling power as some of the other mid-sized SUVs but does seem to have enough consumer base to keep it on the market. It does offer more cargo space throughout the vehicle and in the lift gate area so that is something that may get the attention of someone looking for this type of vehicle.
There are three engine choices offered with the Ford Edge, and all of them seem to offer more than enough power for driving, acceleration, and passing. The choices include a V6, a V6 turbo charge, and the EcoBoost 4 cylinder. The vehicle gets 19 mpg in the city, 27 mpg on the highway. The EcoBoost engine model offers a bit better with 21 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway.
The models seem to offer a smooth and comfortable riding experience for the most part. However, some consumers have complained the Sport Trim model has large wheels and the sports suspension that make the ride rougher.
The safety rating on the Ford Edge isn’t as high as the competitors, and that could be part of why it doesn’t sell as well. Overall, it is deemed a safe vehicle but it is lacking in areas of advanced features that others do offer.