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2011 Ford Edge SEL AWDReview
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2011 Ford Edge — Overall the Edge performs well. I bought it used and after 3 months had 2 issues. 1) Driver door - while securely closed - will not always register as closed. As such you need to open and close more until resolved... or leave with the light on the dash and that it will not allow you to lock the doors. I have been advised it is a known issue and is $400 for the replacement door lock/sensor. I will instead be watching for it at a junk yard. 2) It was stall-like where the accelerator dropped out but engine was still at a slow idle. Happened once and then a week later happened It was the Throttle sensor at $600. But after being replaced is running normal.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Nice driveability.  Comfortable seats.  Good acceleration

Cons: Poor city gas mileage

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2011 Ford Edge SELReview
csanelson writes:
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The Best Suv On The Market — The EDGE blows everything else away unless you want a Lexus, Mercedes or BMW. This is the same comfort, power and style without the extra 20 K in cost. Heated seats, reclining rear seats, 4 power outlets, dual temp etc etc etc

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: I had an BMW X5 before and wanted the power, stability and size without the maintenance cost. The Edge is the best car I have ever owned and has never let me down. Fuel economy and comfort are 5 stars.

Cons: None

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2011 Ford Edge Limited AWDReview
Becky writes:
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Fantastic Vehicle — This is the best car I have ever owned. It looks fantastic, drives fantastic, is excellent on road trips, saved my tush in bad weather with the AWD, gets great gas mileage for an SUV of it's size, and it has spoiled me for life. I only wish it had a third row seat!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Everything!

Cons: I wish it had a third row seat.

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2011 Ford Edge LimitedReview
lettinggo writes:
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Nice And Roomy Family Car. — The Edge is an all-around nice ride! Smooth drive, has plenty of cargo space, lots of upgrades. I do feel safe and it is fun to drive. And, plenty of room for friends and family. I do recommend the Ford Edge for a family car!

Pros: Panoramic roof top! Hands free phone. Navigation.

Cons: Fuel economy could be better.

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2011 Ford Edge Limited AWDReview
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Amazing, Beautiful, And Sporty — Havent had any problems yet currently at about 27,000 miles and of course still running strong as ever. The ride quality is very good, as well as the breaking and road noise is almost non-existent. Then there is the amazing sound system, that is if you have the sony sound option. I cant say for how good the standard sound system is but i assume its not to shabby.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: pretty much everything

Cons: Well a nice update to the my ford touch system would be nice, but i suppose it really isn't that bad.

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2011 Ford Edge LimitedReview
bobkat writes:
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It Is Tough To Find A Better Car At This Price. — The 2011 was a change in body style for the Edge. We would suggest skipping the other models and just go straight to the Limited Model. It essentially has all that most people would need as standard equipment. We were quite surprised at how 'peppy' the Edge is with the standard V-6 engine. This car has brakes that feel and seem to stop quicker than came with out 2011 CTS Cadillac.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Very good acceleration. Excellent fuel mileage that is at or above the EPA numbers posted on the sticker. Brakes - some on the best I have ever used. Great stopping ability. We have driven many SUV's in this segment and found that generally you need to spend $5k to $10k more to get the same features, performance, etc. as the Edge has.

Cons: Have not noticed any significant cons - just a great well designed vehicle

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2011 Ford Edge LimitedReview
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Decent Vehicle — The thing I like in terms of this generation of Edge is the interior room. It definitely is wider versus the first generation. The 285 hp V6 has decent punch but the weak link is actually the transmission. It is definitely geared for economy because I have noticed a bit of a lag when I floor it. The handling is decent for a crossover. My wife likes the appearance of the vehicle and the amenities. The other knock on this generation is the sometimes problematic MyFordTouch. There are times that it tends to be slow in performing but works decently otherwise.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Decent performance, room, and fuel economy

Cons: Some things about Sync and MyFordTouch

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2011 Ford Edge LimitedReview
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Ford Edge — The Ford Edge is easy to handle, easy to park, sleek, stylish and gets great gas mileage. The built in GPS and Ford Sync System are great for music, directions and information. You can get weather and sports updates. Awesome vehicle!!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Excellent condition, great mileage, sleek and stylish.

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2011 Ford Edge Limited AWDReview
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Great Crossover With Good Options Like A Luxury Vehicle For A Better Price. — I like the size for a car to run around town. Its easy to park and handles well. The backup camera is great along with the navigation. I have an AWD version and didn't have any trouble on icy and snowy roads.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Good for our family of 4.  

Cons: Was small when we became a family of 5.

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2011 Ford Edge Review
GuruD2ZHB says:
vs2011 Lincoln MKX FWD
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Family Car Ranked 2011 Lincoln MKX FWD better.
"Quieter and more comfortable in every way and very easy on gas for a big vehicle. More room all around as well."
Value Ranked 2011 Lincoln MKX FWD better.
"The Lincoln is about the same cost as the Ford but you get a whole lot more for your money."

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2020 Ford Edge Reviews

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I like everything about the 2020 Edge. But I wish the tech stuff defaulted to being off rather then having to shut it off if you dont want it. Read More

2019 Ford Edge Reviews

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2018 Ford Edge Reviews

Review By GuruS5G28

The Titanium Edge is beautiful inside and out, rides great with the AWD and the wide tires makes a smooth stable quiet ride. I would compare it to a Lexus 350 or other premium cars or tho the Lincoln ... Read More

Review By Guru9B9HVV

Comfortable, confident vehicle. Rock solid on the road. Great power. Read More

2017 Ford Edge Reviews

Review By Bill

car rides very nice ,very comfortable. too many option to count, i am happy with my purchase Read More

Review By Kwoods811

Seats way too hard, rough ride. Would not recommend. Read More

2016 Ford Edge Reviews

Review By JackieRoberts

Fantastic and reliable vehicle with many great features. Very well appointed vehicle and smooth handling. Very preppy pickup while good on gas. Interior is quite large and cargo space is very spa... Read More

Review By Guru9ZRFXT

I bought a Platinum Ford Edge and it comes with all the bells and whistles. The car is in great condition and the value is high for the low price. The car is not missing anything. On the contrary, i... Read More

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