Solid but not outstanding, the Edge offers little advantage over its stiff competition.
2ND Opinion – Chee
So Ford builds a stylish, decent-to-drive and comfortable crossover with a credible 3.5-liter V-6 engine and six-speed automatic powertrain. Then they slap an “edgy” name on the thing. We like edgy, sure, but we love dependable and convenient cars even more. Engineer a small and optional third row, cut the price and sell the Edge as what it is: a stylish and convenient crossover with enough power and handling to make the road feel like a mini-adventure. You want edgy? Go to those import brands good at building low volume superstars. Ford doesn’t need another low volume superstar. And they sure don’t need David Mamet.