The Edge is a very precise handling
truck, due in large measure to its
suspension I suppose. Don't move the
steering wheel unless you want the
truck to change direction. In trade
for that precision handling, you
sacrifice ride comfort. It is a rough
ride, and the seat quality leaves a lot
to be desired, but then again, this is
a sport truck.
At 20000 the idler pulley went, and the
windshield is typical Ranger in that
anything harder than treesap will chip,
crack or break the glass. The fog
lights are not simply a coolness
thing. They work well. Easy in and
out, except the jumpseats, and easy to
plastic floor throughout.
stable feel on/off road.
excellent legroom. I am 6'4".
three coffee cup holders.. all within
good MPG for V6, if you keep your foot
out of it.
Lots of plastic body.. limits loss to
lower seat for tall drivers.
telescoping steering wheel for tall
drivers that have to have the seat all
the way back.
better MPG., but not at the expense of
I needed more interior space so
purchased the Ranger extended cab. The
3.0 L V6 has plenty of power. Auto
transmission shifts smoothly. I'm
surprised at 2,400 RPM when cruising @
65 MPH on the highway. Thought it
would be closer to 2,000. Wish seat
could fold fwd. enough to access
behind seat space without having whole
seat slide fwd. Should be a good truck
overall. I do miss my F-150.
Comfortable and supportive cloth
seats. Good visibility every
direction. Transmission shifts very
I wish I had behind seat access
without the whole seat sliding
forward. Would also prefer
differential ratio for lower cruise
RPM. Recommend get differential lock.