I can't believe my 2013 Ford Edge Limited does not have an auto tail lift. I guess I didn't realize it when I just purchased it. Anyway to get one? Otherwise I have to get rid of it.

Asked by Jun 22, 2016 at 11:05 AM about the 2013 Ford Edge Limited

Question type: Car Customization

Why would a Ford Escape have auto tail lift but not a Ford Edge Limited? Total nutty.

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Really??? Is that your only concern? Yes, it was probably an option, but, just lift it yourself. What are you complaining about? No, probably can't add this on easily, and why would you find it absolutely necessary?

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To be honest, totally nutty to sell a car after you just bought it. Your going to lose a few grand trading it in or selling.

Actually Markw1952 Jackhole, it is my only concern. No, there was no option, I bought it used last month and didn't realize it didn't have Power lift. I didn't ask the question to complain, I asked the question to see if there was a place where I could PAY to have it added on. And as far as it being absolutely necessary for me shouldn't be a concern of yours.But to answer your rude reply it is necessary. My Mother is in a wheelchair and I haul her and a few ladies from NH into town each day. I am a small single person and it is very difficult to open and shut holding on to chairs and walkers over and over. I obviously in your opinion am very stupid thinking that a Ford Edge Limited would have a tail lift since a Ford Escape does. So, no, I do not have much to complain about in life but for you to take the time out of your life to write that scathing answer to me for no reason says millions about you.

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