Went from midsize car (Chrysler) to the Edge. First impressed with build quality and design. Over time, still not comfortable with the ride height, Ford Flex looks better. Seats are not as comfortable as when first driven. The driver seat adjustment controls leave a lot be desired. The blind spot due to A-Pillar and mirror combination are daunting. Backup warning system is a must when trying to navigate through small dark,rear window. Overall height makes loading the cargo area harder since items need to be lifter higher. Engine is strong, maybe too strong as experienced at full throttle, torque steer is hard to fight. Gas mileage range is 20 city & 26 highway, very good for the size.
Gas mileage, exterior color, Orange metallic.
Ride height. Steering. Blind spots. Top of I/P reflects a lot of light. Torque steer. Seat comfort and support. Power seat controls. Instumentation is difficult to see in low light conditions or dusk setting. Windshield wiper clean cycle has an extra swipe, same on other vehicles?
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