2015 Ford Edge consumer reviews

$28,100–$30,095 MSRP range
side view of 2015 Edge Ford
94% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.5
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.6
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Very nice vehicle

I purchased this vehicle used after test driving a new 2019 model. The 2015 rides smoother, steering felt tighter and has some of the bells and whistles found in the newer models. It’s roomy, comfortable to ride in and great on gas.


The Best SUV I Ever Driven.

Very smooth and feels more like a sedan because a v6 twin turbo EcoBoost engine. I love it's sexy look. I love the wheels, the navigation system and that it has a 110v plug in for electronic devices.


Most high tech car I’ve owned

This is the perfect suv for me. Large enough for what I need and yet small enough I don’t feel like I’m in a boat. I’ve only had it this 1 day but it is awesome so far.


Most luxurious vehicle owned

Meets all my needs. Top of the line, comfortable, great computer systems, good radio sound AWD, drives like new. Love the warning system for changing lanes and backup camera.


I bought this Edge used, but it is truly like new.

Comfort and convenience are in abundance. I can't say anything negative and the experience of buying or owning this car. I've been more than satisfied from the beginning.


It's a great car

I will be purchasing me a Ford Edge Spirt 2019 this summer. My color will be black cherry with moonroof and leather seats by 3.7L with the turbo engine


Most Unreliable Car I've Owned

I've had my 2015 Ford Edge Titanium Ecoboost for 15 months. I purchased used with only 36,000 miles. I'm now at 63,3100 and with 3100 over warranty Ford refuses to offer any sort of help repairing a broken flexplate and torque converter. Although I love the interior and exterior of the car I wish I had done more research before purchasing the Ford Edge because after extensive research I've found that many people have had the same problem and have read even after being fixed it will potentially happen again later down the road. It will be my last Ford and I say this broken heartedly as I've been a lifelong Ford fan owning three Fords at the current moment and having a father and a grandfather who collectively has owned 25 Fords. Even with this information when asked Ford Company what they were going to do to assure that I was going to continue to be in the Ford customer their only response was that I needed to keep my receipt for repairs in case of future recalls. Ford knows the flexplate and torque converter has issues in the Edge and Escape yet refuses to help with even labor costs. Unfortunately, as a teacher I do not have $2600 for repairs just lying around. When my car is fixed I plan to trade for a brand new Toyota Highlander. My family will no longer be a "Ford Family." I do NOT recommend the Ford Edge.


Didn’t even have it 24 hrs...

I have owned this vehicle not even 24 hrs and the skylight exploded just like a gun shot while I was driving on the highway. I’m just greatful I didn’t have an accident and my two children weren’t in the car at the time and that there weren’t bikers behind me as the glass went flying everywhere’s.


Great Value

Love all of the features and comfortable ride of this vehicle. A tremendous value and in very good condition. No complaints about this vehicle except it does not get the EPA rated mileage. But then few cars really do.


Fun to drive it’s an upscale of the Ford Escape

Has all the bells and whistles I need👍I love the ride, it’s fun to drive, Ford is my first choice , 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊love it👍Will buy another ford in the future