i traded my 08 Hyundai Elantra for the 06 Toyota Tacoma and then traded that for the 2010 Ford Edge SE.
I have driven foreign cars all my life after experiencing bad fortunes with Dodge.
I decided to go American this time around.
I've always liked to look.
The interior dash of the Hyundai is more modern.
The seating comfort of the Edge is better.
The Tacoma was outdated and too bouncy.
The Edge drives surprisingly smooth.
The Edge is roomy.
I like the ActiveSync and dual climate control, big wheels, and leather seating.
I am back on American, I hope it doesn't fail me or I am permanently back on Japanese
big tires, ActiveSync, 3 plugin areas, nice looking vehicle, leather seats, V6, roomy, quiet ride.
much better than the Tacoma.
more muscle than the Hyundai.
Hyundai has the edge with the more modern dash.
I purchased my ford Edge in may/10. on 10/06/2010 while my wife was driving the car noticed that the front wheel (driver side) was vibrating she slowed down to 35 MPH and pushed the brake pedal to stop the car but car vibrated more and moved to the left and hit into another car. I am wondering maybe there is a production problem.
Traded in my 07 Toyota Highlander in May 2010. Just turned 6,000 mi. This EDGE has more power,excellent ride & much better on fuel(26 hwy/21 around town) and good looks. With all the rebates & dealing 23,200 before trade in. Glad to be back buying AMERICAN. Ford has a winner here.
Performance & Fuel Economy
Throw away the black door handles & window trim moldings. They should match the vehicle color
I found this to be a Marvelous car I had a Kia Sportage and the switch was significant for comfort and reliability. The interior was a little disappointing when compared to other options ( Generic) but over all the Sync hands free is addicting Overall a GREAT BUY
Sync Sirius Sat Interior size with leg room
Upgrade Carpet and Change feel of Cheap plastic interior Overall looks good
The Edge doesn't do anything well. Looks - It tries to look like a Lexus RX but looks like one that ate donuts for a year. Interior - VERY poor use of space, dash is HUGE. Cargo - the sloped back kills any ability to carry anything of substance. The floor is made with a flimsy cardboard type material, so it flexes with any weight on it. It's tow capabilities are minimal, and the hitch sits entirely too low. Handling - tracks very poorly. It amazes me that this is what Ford came up with for the masses coming out of Explorers. Mileage is the same, it's overweight and sluggish.
Thankfully, I don't own this thing and I get to give it back in two years.
Put an exterior thermometer in every model, not just the ones with auto climate control.