First off I think Ford hit the nail squarely on the head when they redesigned the second generation Edge.
Styling is cutting edge and the interior is as well appointed as many SUV's costing several thousand more. It rides well and the comfort level goes well beyond other vehicles in its class. Performance, also exceeds my expectations for a vehicle this size.
I have a Fusion Sport (Twin-Turbo V6 with 325 HP and 380 LB/Ft or torque). The car also has a computer controlled suspension, heavy-duty transmission, 19" wheels, high performance tires, all-wheel drive, and a bunch of other stuff. The cars luxurious and quiet except when you want it to show you its "stuff". Then it's a monster. I have had no issues with the car in 2 years of ownership.
I’ve leased my 2017 Escape for two years now. The only problems I had with it were a remote key fob that didn’t work. At the two and a half year mark at 14,000 miles the check engine light comes on. Code reading shows a bad coil in the no. One cylinder. Dealer fixed it. Four days later light on again this time it’s the number 4 cylinder. Good no more problems
i like the car but the eco engine is woefully underpowered. Takes Forever to get it going. Space is good and I wish I had gotten the sync 3 entertainment system but sync is ok
All in all it’s nit bad but to make it better you have go go up in trim and of course price
I will not purchase or lease it again.
Most of the features of the car is good except the space... Now, I have a newborn baby and I’m thinking of changing the car. The trunk is not large enough and I cannot put the stroller in easily! Also, rear seat is not comfortable for two passengers if the baby carier is installed.
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