I bought my 2010 edge with 25000 miles on it. After a week, about 100 miles, I had to take it back and have the brake rotors turned because of the brake noise. I now have 50,000 miles on it and have replaced front rotors twice and back rotors once and have replaced brake pads tree times. When inspection is due in a couple of months I will need to replace front rotors and brake pads on the front and back. I drive mostly intown but I don't ride the brakes and I don't wait till the last minute to brake when coming to a stop sign. I have gone to a ford dealer and asked them if the edges had problems with brakes and of course they said no. I have a friend that worked at another dealer and he told me that he had put on brakes on a 2013 edge with 8000 miles on it. Seems brakes should last longer than this. I love the car otherwise, and am thinking of getting a new one if they have this problem fixed.
I have read all 2010 reviews. As a retired engineer. I am bewildered with the negative reviews. I have not had one problem with my 2010 Edge. The vehicle is as advertised. The fuel mileage is spot on as advertised. The handling and ride is mid-sized SUV quality.The more time we spend in the car, the more things we find to like. And now the all important comment, my wife loves the car.
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.