2013 Ford Edge SUV Limited 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
I've had my 2013 Ford Edge since June 2013. I've traveled from Ohio to South Carolina 4 times to see my granddaughter, daughter and son in law. I couldn't be happier with the comfortable ride. The My Touch does take a little bit of time to get use to, but I have
not had any problems. I would recommend going to the Ford website and watch the tutorials, There are also nice YouTube videos. I highly recommend this vehicle.
Back up camera, memory driver seat, My Touch, Dual climate controls, heated seats, USB ports, plenty of cargo space
I don't understand why the automotive press dislikes the Edge so much.. Consumer Reports complains about an unrefined engine and transmission a jittery ride, road noise and poor reliability.
I've had my Edge for 6 months and 7500 miles and have had no problems at all.
The engine and transmission operate smoothly, it is quiet on the highway, and I love the ride.
It is on the firm side but the vehicle handles like a car despite its high center of gravity. It is stable in cross winds unlike a Saturn Vue we owned.
My Edge DOES NOT HAVE the My Ford Touch system. It has the My Ford system with buttons, dials, and switches and I love it.
The ride and handling.
The size and cargo capacity.
The comfort on long trips it is smooth and quiet.
I love the smoothness of the 3.5 L V-6 and the 6-speed automatic transmission.
I love the power.
I love the standard back up sensors
The gas mileage isn't all that bad for a vehicle of this size and with an engine this size.
I get 17-19 MPG in town depending on traffic and red lights and 26 to 27 highway again depending on highway conditions, load in the vehicle and the speed traveled at. I get what the EPA says it should get. I'm willing to sacrifice a few MPG to had a lot of power on tap when needed.
The Owner's manual is very poorly written - next to useless.
The tail gate is very heavy - would like to see a composite gate rather than steel.
The SEL trim level does not have one touch down on the front passenger side window nor does it have the home link universal garage door opener.
The rear head rests don't fold down when not in use blocking the drivers rear vision.
This winter has proven to be one of the snowiest here in Pennsylvania among other states. We just turned over 10,000 miles on our 2013 Ford Edge SEL AWD and are very pleased. The AWD is confident and tracks so well through the snow and slush. The Sync Travel Link was a nice feature when we went to Michigan to see family. We were able to watch a live weather map on top of our navigation while driving.
We are very happy with our decision to go with the Edge.
My Ford Touch Sync Travel Link
OEM Rubber Floor Mats
Larger front seats
Chrome window sills for SEL
interior makes you feel secure. Great pick up speed 3.5 liter v6 is better than most SUV's we tried.We love the blindspot mirrors.Pan. Vista Sunroof is awesome-a must. Leather seats are comfortable all around. Bun warmers run a little hot but adjustaded down great! No problems with nav. or My Ford touch. Updated My Ford touch easily. We got Tuxedo Black. It has beautiful multi-colored metallic paint. Front end commands respect. 20 inch chrome rims look classy! Awd handles well. Truck glides down freeway. We live in Ohio so awd is smart. We like the SEL better than the Limited or Sport. Millage ok we got big engine.no eco boost.
We love it!
Favorites: Vista Sunroof-Chunky front end-20 inch chrome rims-leather seats all fold down flat except driver (drivers not available)-All seats firm and comfortable- Bun warmers nice-We got cargo mat-Power liftgate is height adjustable-Underside of exterior mirrors light up-Blindspot detectors-Back up camera-on steering wheel commands-Awd handles nicely-we ordered ours-love all the features!
A loaded SEL was the best bang for the buck and allowed for easy customizing. Not a fan of Fords attempt at Chrome and Blacked out elements as upgrades, The SEL had all the safety features I needed.
Park assist, Navigation, hands free phone, HUGE sunroof and Interior w/ exception of leather quality (average).
I think Ford is doing a great job building cars people want and need. Would have loved a Fusion in a wagon but not made. I think the Edge is a stand alone in it's segment. It will do 90 percent of everything I need and I will add the remainder of features as I customize. I do believe there should be a standard front bumper park assist as well.