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Ford Edge-2007

The Sacramento Bee's view

February 9, 2007

Ford needs a win … an obvious fact after ringing up nearly $13 billion in losses last year. While the Dearborn, Mich.-based automaker might be a couple of years away from reporting its next q... Read More
Mother Proof's view

By Kristin Varela on January 11, 2007

Do you think The Edge would drive the Edge? Is there enough room for him, Bono, Larry, and that other guy? I am happy to report that, yes, they will all fit (with that other guy’s bass, too).... Read More's view

January 10, 2007

Since Ford can’t beat the rising swarm of “crossover” utility vehicles, it’s joining them. Truck sales are flat, and Ford’s mainstay vehicles for the past decade have... Read More
Our view: 2007 Ford Edge

By Joe Wiesenfelder on December 20, 2006

The Ford Edge is a comfortable, quick, smooth-riding light SUV with five seats and fresh styling. Even though it’s a crossover, its gas mileage isn’t what it could be, and it lacks the ... Read More's view

December 17, 2006

As the good doctor says, “First, do no harm.” Car companies should follow the same directive. Consider today’s patient, Ford Motor Co., and a few possible remedies for what ails i... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

December 14, 2006

These are desperate times at Ford, and desperation sometimes results in exceptional vehicles. The 2007 Ford Edge, as a whole, is not an exceptional vehicle, but there are exceptional aspects. Such ... Read More
The Detroit Newspapers's view

December 6, 2006

In supermarket parking lots, at street corners, on freeways, people can’t help but stare at Ford’s flashy new midsize crossover vehicle. But after a week behind the wheel and hundreds o... Read More's view

By Jim Mateja on December 3, 2006

Ford has reported a lot of disturbing news the last several months: It plans to close 16 plants by 2012, eliminate 30,000 blue-collar and 10,000 white-collar jobs by 2008 and has posted a loss of $... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

October 18, 2006

WITH a name so apt it verges on a cosmic joke, the Ford Edge crossover utility vehicle debuted here Monday in a sun-flooded city plaza near the Embarcadero. On the edge, as it turns out, is just wh... Read More