Ford introduced its Edge crossover as a 2007 model. The crossover segment is supposed to bridge the gap between SUVs and cars, providing the comfortable suspension of a car and the towing and carrying capacity of an SUV. Read full review
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The Edge uses Ford's three-bar grille, showing off its most recent design language. Read full review
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The Edge is pushed along by a transversely-mounted 3.5-liter V-6 making 265 horsepower. Its good enough to move the Edge, but mileage was a low 16.8 mpg average in our tests. Read full review
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The Edge seats five, with cargo room in back. Our test model came with the panoramic sunroof option, featuring one large sunroof in front and a smaller, fixed pane in back. Read full review
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Showing off its urban character, our Edge came with optional 20 inch wheels. Read full review
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Other convenient features included the optional power liftgate and rear seats that fold down at the push of a button. Read full review
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There is plenty of cargo area in the Edge, making it a good family vehicle. Read full review
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Although we liked the stitched leather of the seats, the dashboard is covered in a hard plastic. Read full review
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We found the Edge's handling more truck-like than nimble. Read full review
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These buttons let you activate the voice command and phone systems. Read full review
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The Edge uses a six speed automatic transmission, that generally offers smooth shifts, but no manual gear selection. Read full review
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Sync, our favorite tech feature, comes standard in the Limited trim Edge. At other Ford trim levels, it's a cheap $400 option. Read full review
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A USB port in the console lets you plug in a USB drive, Apple iPod, or just about any other MP3 player. Read full review
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You can access your MP3 player's music library from the LCD when it is plugged into the USB port. Read full review
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This is the standard audio control screen for the currently playing song. Read full review
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We weren't overly impressed with the audio quality in the Edge. Its subwoofer produces decent bass, but other frequencies were muted. Read full review
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Sync also lets you pair a phone to the system, letting you talk hands-free. You can dial using this screen, or just use voice command. Read full review
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The text message feature in Sync includes these preset messages for quick replies. Read full review
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