I was taken by the exterior styling and should have been more careful and taken more time before jumping in with both feet.
I should have gone with my head instead of my heart.
The transmission is terrible (inconsistant shifting), the cabin area seems confined, materials seem cheap and interior is outdated, gas mileage leaves much to be desired, engine seems sluggish but could be due to the lousy transmission.
Visability is poor especially when backing up. Seats are not that comfortable after being in the saddle for awhile. If I had it to do over, I would do like my brother-in-law did and get a Dodge Journey.
More comfort, more storage, better performance, 3rd row seat option, same size.
Exterior styling and is American!
After comparing it to my brother-in-laws Dodge Journey, Ford needs to go back to the drawing board.
I have owned many Fords and the Edge is OK at best but the Journey is head and shoulders above.
If you don't believe me, check it out for yourself.
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