2017 Ford Edge consumer reviews

$28,950–$30,945 MSRP range
side view of 2017 Edge Ford
93% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.7
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Don't buy one having serious problems with engine

2.0 liter eco boost engines are cracking between cylinders and ford isn't covering them mine has 64,350 miles on it now junk still owe on it. Happining everywhere


Very nice vehicle

Meets most of my needs. the only thing I would like to have had but was not available was the cooled seats. You really notice the wind on open stretches of the interstate on a very windy day!


Best vehicle i have owned

Fancy, comfortable eye catcher. Goes a little too fast sometimes 😉 Still finding out all the tricks it does. Favorite part is the butt cooler. Didnt know you could get AC seats


Almost most reliable car

love everything except vibration when idle. Can't tell if it will die in the road or make it through an intersection...scary. If this can be fixed I'd recommend this vehicle. A pleasure to drive other than the vibration.


I love Ford products! The Edge is the perfect size

Exactly what I needed! The Edge checks all the boxes. Performance, comfort, reliability, bells & whistles and more. Roomy in the back seats even when the front seats are all the way back!


New for us, but comfortable like an old friend.

Drives good and comfortable. Easy to get into and feels secure. Just got it but looking forward to the first long trip. Feels just right!


Enjoying it alot

Great size. Lots of storage. Easy to get in and out of. Lots of great electronics. Plus a CD player, because we still have lots of CD's.


Nothing but problems

We have several 2017 Edges in our fleet, all with the 2.0 Ecoboost. I cannot even tell you how many have had engine replacements. Ford has done little to comp us for excessive out of pocket expenses for these vehicles. I have two in the shop right now, out of the 11 under my management, both getting engines. Across the country, I believe we have replaced somewhere in the neighborhood of 20-24 engines the last 18 months. Some have been under warranty, many have not. In this day and age, this is unacceptable performance from a vehicle. And we won't get into the flexplate and torque converter issues that have also plagued several of them. Be aware of a check engine light, with a cold misfire that goes away after the vehicle warms up. More than likely it will be a cylinder misfire code due to coolant weeping into the cylinder(s), and the fix is either a long block or short block replacement. I can't wait until these go away.


The days of Japanese car superiority are over!

We bought a V6 2017 Edge used and I am so impressed with this car. I admit I was diehard anti- American car guy but the last few years I have had to rethink things. My recent car purchases have disappointing to say the least. Bought new , 2007 Honda Odyssey, junk after 90k miles, 2017 Nissan Rogue, meah, chincy feel, paper thin metal, had to sell it. My son has a 2007 Subaru Forester, Constantly in the shop. Junk.


I am a Ford man dents 1963. FORD ALL THE WAY..

Great Auto So Far So Good..Have had GM auto, before and not satisfied. We just love the way it performs. I have a 1970 F250 Ford pick up had new. A 1995 F350 dolly 4door. FORD ALL the way..