what would you buy

Asked by Jul 09, 2017 at 02:45 AM about the 2016 Ford Edge Sport AWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Im currently in a toss up over two different vehicles
im lokking a new 2016 Ford Edge Sport With with the 400a package, Not all
the bells and whisle and the 2017 Nissan Murano Platinum again not
everything but a few more feature than then edge.

Dealership on the Edge Sport is gving me $10000 off sticker because it a 16
model making it  $32k
on the 17 Murano Platinum getting about $6000 off.making it $36K

Here are my feeling i like the power of the Edge . dislike some of the
placement of the switch AC / Radio dislike weak brakes and it having a 6
speed, Styling ok

On the Murano i love the look but hate the not a fan of the transmission/ I
also love the seating so conformable.

my comment also looking a used 2015 Lexus RX350 F Sport love the look
and  this vehile is about $25K

thanks
Dave

3 Answers

261,955

Skip the Nissan, Ford is an option, but Lexus will be what you want. Better resale if you don't keep it long. The sport is more money for a stiffer suspension, just go with a regular RX350 to save some coin.

54,605

Pretty much agree with Tom. The Ford would be a very good vehicle, but the Lexus RX350 has been a great vehicle for many years. It will cost a bit more to repair than the Ford. I would try to find one with an extended warranty. Drive them all and pick the one you like best.

1,740

Rx350-- you can see early model Rx still roaming the roads in hordes with 200k+ miles on them. Lexus still retains fairly good resale value over other luxury brands in my opinion.

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