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2012 Ford Edge Limited 4dr AWD

2012 Ford Edge
Trim Info:
All Wheel Drive, Sport Utility, 4WD Sport Utility Vehicle
18 (2011) mpg city / 25 (2011) mpg hwy
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2012 Ford Edge

5.0
(Based on 2 Reviews)
Pros:
  • Fun to drive (2)
  • Lots of safety features (2)
  • Attractive exterior styling (2)
  • Plenty of cargo space (1)
  • Comfortable interior (2)
  • Loaded with technology (2)
  • Great sound system (2)
  • Great for families (2)
  • Cons:
  • Limited cargo space (1)
  • 2 Reviews
    Certified Owners
    Gina C
    02/07/14
    Pros:
  • Fun to drive
  • Lots of safety features
  • Attractive exterior styling
  • Comfortable interior
  • Loaded with technology
  • Great sound system
  • Great for families
  • Cons:
  • Limited cargo space
  • "I really love this car. Have has minimal issues with power steering pump squealing in the cold but was corrected by dealership. Some minor hiccups with sync system but nothing that I can't deal with. Overall happy with performance and handles well on snow and ice at reasonable speeds. Cargo space is minimal with seats up, but lots of space with seats down. Would have prob been better to have had luggage racks for long trips with family of 5."
     
    Certified Owners
    Jerilyn W
    01/27/14
    Pros:
  • Fun to drive
  • Lots of safety features
  • Attractive exterior styling
  • Plenty of cargo space
  • Comfortable interior
  • Loaded with technology
  • Great sound system
  • Great for families
  • Cons:
     


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