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 car.

Very nice care and the saleman at the dealership was very good. The car rides and drives like a new just off the line. I would buy it again


Love everything about it.

Perfect size for us. Love the seats as they are so comfortable. Cant find anything that we dont love about our edge. The cameras are great and make us better drivers.


I love it. Road trip anyone?

The car is great. It is roomy and loaded with all the features I wanted. Moon roof, heated seats top of the line. I recommend buying a used car and a Ford.


Just bought car

Have only had the vehicle a week but pleased with the purchase. It is a lot of car for the money. The value and mileage was extremely important.


Great little SUV

This is the 2nd Edge I’ve leased. I loved them both so much I bought out my lease. I’m keeping this one! The Edge is low maintenance and reliable. It’s also really stylish and techie a great combo. You can’t go wrong!


Great SUV at an affordable cost

This car runs and drives very smoothly and is excellent on gas mileage. The interior is spacious and modern looking and exterior has a very sporty/luxury look to it while still being affordable for your average everyday vehicle.


Great value...used...

I needed another SUV / Crossover, and fun to drive ones are getting rare. I was selling my 2008 Saturn Vue Redline edition. It was faster than most, and a good car, but was getting old and having little ticky tacky repairs. I compared the Mercedes GLA, GMC Terrain and Chevy equinox. Needed to get better mileage, and wanted power and all the bells and whistles. The Edge Sport comes through. It does take premium gas. The engine is smooth, no turbo lag, and cruises along. The Sync system is much better than people say. The 4 cal version is underpowered and is not getting much better mileage, the 3.5l V6 has similar power but is much slower and gets much worse mileage. New, I think a $40,000+ suv is a stretch, but used it was a great deal. The GLA gets better mileage and is great to drive, but didn’t give much in terms of rear passenger room, or storage in the back. The new Equinox is underpowered unless you get the 2.0l turbo and cost outweighed savings. The Edge looks great and was reviewed well. We will see how it goes with a Ford, I have always been a GM buyer! Seats are heated AND cooled, great here in AZ, and are very comfortable. It is also QUIET inside but you can still hear that turbo 6 when driving which I appreciate! Great buy if you can find one!


V4 is a pouch, go for the V6

Test drove both the V4 with turbos, don't bother...it's too big of a vehicle and takes 10 years to get up to highway speed. The V6 is much better fit for the size. Very roomy, excellent cargo space. Plenty of leg room in the back seat. I took out the SEL and Titanium and the leather is sharp and nav is easy to use. Prices seem very reasonable for the options you get. My only watch out is that this is a SUV not a cross over. Felt more like my husbands F150 than my Rav4.


This is our second Edge. Great vehicle!

We just bought a new Edge after trading in our 2007 with 195,000 miles. It was a great car and never needed anything beyond routine maintenance. Hope this new one is just as good!


Nicest vehicle I've ever owned.

The ride is nice, great for long distance driving. The size of the car is exactly what I needed since I have a disabled child who uses a wheelchair that I need to transport. This car is exactly what we needed to make our lives a little easier. We could not do it otherwise. I love this car!