Ford Edge is known for its spacious cabin, comfortable ride, and many standard features. The Edge is not equipped with a third row of seats like some other midsize SUV models. This is to improve passenger comfort.
What are the best years for the Ford Edge?
Ford Edge 2009
Ford Edge 2009 is the oldest model on this list. However, that doesn’t change the fact there are many positive reviews for the Edge and few negative ones. The 2009 Ford Edge received only 271 complaints, compared to 1,400 and 7002 for 2008 and 2010.
This is the most affordable Edge. It’s dependable, easy to drive, and well-designed (for its age).
Ford Edge 2014
The 2014 Ford Edge, despite being older than its predecessors and succeeding models, had some issues. The car was praised as being reliable and powerful.
Ford Edge 2018 and 2019
Ford Edge models of 2018 and 2019 are the perfect combination of modern technology and affordable price. If you are able to spot quality used cars, then purchasing one of these models is a great idea.
Ford has updated its exterior with new bumpers and wheels as well as a new grille. We recommend the 2019 model.
Ford Edge 2020, 2021 and 2022
Ford Edge models of 2020, 2021, and 2022 have the latest features. In 2021, a new wheel design was added to the Edge lineup. The Black Appearance Package, which gives cars a Batman-like appearance, will also be available in 2022.
What are the worst years for Ford Edge?
Ford Edge 2007
The 2007 Ford Edge was the fourth vehicle to be given the “Beware of the Clumsker” symbol. The main issues are coil packs that have been burned up, PTU failure, and rear wheel screams.
Ford Edge 2008
Ford Edge 2008 is the latest vehicle to receive the “clunker label.” Airbag problems were also a major concern for many owners. Transmission failure, engine stalls/cuts-out while driving, sputtering, hesitating, and the Airbag Light are all major issues.
Ford Edge 2011
The 2011 Ford Edge had a lot of electrical problems, as did its successors. It was also the subject of many complaints due to a malfunctioning throttle body. It would cause it to lose power when being driven.
The main issues are that the door light remains on, you lose power, your wrench light comes on, the brakes fail, and your backup camera fails.
Ford Edge 2012
According to CarComplaints.com, “electrical problems” is the most commonly mentioned complaint by 2012 Ford Edge owners.
CarProblemZoo.com lists 436 electrical system problems.
Ford Edge 2013
CarComplaints.com has reported that the 2013 Ford Edge is the model year with the most issues and complaints. The 2013 Ford Edge had a number of issues, including electrical problems with the backup camera, door-ajar indicators, and body controller module.
The most common problems are a door-ajar warning light, an engine that stalls out or shuts off while driving, and brakes that don’t respond.
Ford Edge 2015
CarComplaints.com warns that this model year was plagued by engine problems. Owners were forced to rebuild the oil pan and reseal it multiple times.
The engines of this model year were notorious for dying or going into limp mode when moving. Most significant problems include broken glass on the Vista roof, electrical failures, and death in motor vehicles.
Ford Edge 2016
The 2016 Edge is more concerned with engine problems than the strange fragility of its glass panels. These panels broke for no apparent reason.
The throttle bodies were blamed for the oil spillage and stalling. The main issues are broken Vista roof glasses, engine oil leaks, and check-engine lights.
Ford Edge 2017
Ford Edge 2017 may not have received as many complaints as other models, but its flaws are severe enough to warrant inclusion on this list. The majority of the problems began at 66,000 miles and were related to the engine (coolant leakage into cylinders).
The throttle bodies were cited as the cause of oil spillage and stalling. The main issues are broken Vista roof glasses, engine oil leaks, and check-engine lights.