By Colin Bird on February 1, 2011
Ford has earned many good marks recently, with improved reliability, better designs and more fuel-efficient powertrains. While every Ford redesign has brought incremental improvements, the 2011 Ford Edge threw us an interesting curveball with MyFord Touch. Sure, it sounds like a cell phone — Cars.com editor Kelsey Mays even compares the digital in-car interface to an iPhone in his review. But like a phone with bad software, MyFord Touch degrades and overshadows the mechanical and design improvements here. To see why, continue reading Kelsey’s review.