2007 FORD EDGE

Used Truck - 2007 Ford Edge in Orlando, Fl

Price
$8,999
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    About This 2007 Ford Edge 
    Vehicle Location:
    Orlando, Fl
    Year:
    2007
    Make:
    Ford
    Model:
    Edge
    Price:
    $8,999 
    Condition:
    Used
    Mileage:
    115,530
    Engine:
    6 Cylinder
    Transmission:
    Automatic
    Stock Number:
    B18405
    VIN:

    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    18
    Miles Per Gallon
    Highway MPG
    25
    Combined MPG: 22
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $107.39*
    *Based on $1.89 per gallon and 15k miles per year.
    Actual costs may vary.
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    Seller's Description and Comments:

    Located at Auto Express III in Orlando, Fl.  Call Auto Express III today at 321-214-7050 for more information about this vehicle.

    Vehicle Options:

    • Am/fm Stereo
    • Air Bag\(s\)
    • Air Conditioning
    • Child Proof Locks
    • Deluxe Wheel Covers
    • Disc Brakes
    • Full Carpeting
    • Power Brakes
    • Power Steering
    • Rear Defroster
    • Side Airbags

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    2007 Ford Edge Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2007 Ford Edge
    All-new crossover utility vehicle on the cutting edge.

     

    Introduction
    The 2007 Ford Edge is an all-new crossover sport utility that answers the call for a roomy vehicle with utility and style. It isn't a truck. Nor is it a minivan. Yet it's more than a car.

     

    The Edge handles better than the truck-based Explorer while offering almost as much cargo space. Benefiting from all-wheel drive and a fully independent suspension, it's easier to control than a truck-based SUV in the snow or on wet, slippery roads. Also, getting in and out of both the front and back seats is easier. In fact, the back seats in the Edge are roomier than those in the Explorer, a benefit of its design.

     

    The Edge is not small. It competes with the Nissan Murano, Toyota Highlander and other midsize crossover utility vehicles, all of which are larger than they appear.

     

    We found the Edge delivered on its promise to be a dual-purpose vehicle. It's roomy and comfortable, and it has fully foldable seats for cargo carrying. It drives well, with good performance from a new V6 engine mated to a new six-speed transmission.

     

    The Edge has a modern look we find appealing and its bold chrome grille adds to its presence. We're certain most will view the Edge as an edgy SUV more than a car. That's no doubt intentional, designed to be appealing for drivers moving from a traditional SUV who want a rugged look with room for the family and assorted stuff. Meanwhile, those who are moving across from a sedan will find they have not given up too much in the way of comfort and convenience and driving dynamics.

     

    Lineup
    All Ford Edge models are powered by a brand-new 3.5-liter V6 engine producing 265 horsepower. It is coupled to a new six-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard. All-wheel drive (AWD) is also available.

     

    The Ford Edge SE ($25,320) includes cloth seats, power windows with driver one-touch down, remote keyless entry, AM/FM/CD/MP3. The SE is available with AWD ($26,970).

     

    The SEL ($27,315) and SEL AWD ($28,965) come with upgraded seat materials, an aluminum surround on the instrument panel, automatic headlights, an auto dimming rearview mirror, fog lamps, dual chrome exhaust tips, and a body colored rear spoiler, mirrors and door handles.

     

    The SEL Plus ($29,070) adds a Premium Package with leather trimmed seats with memory, dual electronic climate control system, exterior puddle lamps, heated seats and exterior mirrors, a particulate air filter, and audio controls on the steering wheel. The Seating Flexibility Package is also included which adds the remote release rear seat back and folding front passenger seat. The SEL Plus is also available with AWD ($30,720).

     

    Options for the SEL include the Vista roof ($1,395), 18-inch wheels ($395), reverse sensing system ($245), navigation system ($2,380), Sirius Satellite Radio ($195), and a cargo management system ($65).

     

    Safety features that come standard on all models include seat-mounted side-impact air bags for the front seats and side curtain airbags with rollover protection for both rows of seating, the mandated front airbags, anti-lock brakes with AdvanceTrac electronic stability control, and a tire-pressure monitoring system.

     

    Walkaround
    When we first saw the Ford Edge we were surprised to discover it is much bigger than it appears in photographs. The reason is immediately apparent, it has a very wide track and a longish wheelbase. Indeed, upon checking the specs you'll find the Edge is about eight inches shorter than the Ford Explorer yet its wheelbase is barely two inches shorter. Perhaps more important, the track on the Edge is over four inches greater while the overall width is just one inch greater. What does all this mean?

     

    First off, it makes the car look much more solid: The four wheels are near each corner giving the Edge a look of being planted firmly on the road. More important, this is not just about looks. A long wheelbase and wide track make for a more stable vehicle because the mass of the vehicle is inside the wheels. A go-kart is the ultimate expression of this look. We're not suggesting the Edge looks like a go-kart, but its aggressive stance makes it stand apart from the tippy look of traditional SUVs with relatively narrow track measurements and massive front and rear overhangs.

     

    The Edge features Ford's newly rediscovered bold, American design. The big chrome grille is placed well forward and has wide chrome slats that merge into the relatively small headlights at each side. The high hood is short as the windshield rakes forward more like a sports car or modern minivan.

     

    Despite having a relatively high waist line with shallow side windows, the Edge does not appear as stubby as photographs sometimes suggest. The sporty look is helped by pronounced fender flares and large wheels. The rear tailgate slopes quite significantly and is nicely rounded, avoiding the truck-like rear tailgates found on many SUVs. We found the rear design to be a cross between a Lexus RX and a BMW X3, which cannot be a bad thing.

     

    To top it all off, the optional Vista Roof adds expansive twin glass moonroofs that cover the whole roof providing all passengers with a clear view of the sky. There is only a foot-wide panel between the front and rear panels that is not transparent.

     

    Interior
    Utility used to mean just the ability to carry stuff. Comfort and style were secondary, even mutually exclusive. No more. The Edge manages to provide plenty of utility and a stylish, comfortable interior. Starting at the back, the tailgate lifts to reveal a wide opening. And even when the rear seats are in place there's a reasonable amount of cargo room.

     

    Pressing a button automatically reclines the rear seats to give a total of nearly 70 cubic feet of storage on a nearly flat floor. Furthermore, the front passenger seatback can be folded forward to provide a mostly level floor space for long objects all the way to the dashboard. The rear seatback splits 60/40 for increased versatility and the back reclines several degrees on all models for improved rear-seat comfort.

     

    The rear seats offer a decent amount of leg room; in fact there's two inches more here than you'll find in the larger Explorer. Headroom is also reasonable in the rear, even with the optional Sky Vista roof. The rear-center passenger even gets more room than normal in a vehicle of this size, thanks to the wide track. Getting in and out is easier due to the rear wheels being placed well back allowing for less intrusion from the wheel well.

     

    Front-seat occupants find a generous amount of room, again largely due to the vehicle's generous width. There is a large center console with a storage box big enough for a laptop computer. There are two decent cupholders alongside the substantial looking transmission shifter. The center stack is angled outwards to make the large knobs for the climate and entertainment controls easy to reach.

     

    The four gauges are well recessed in their individual binnacles in the instrument pod in front of the steering wheel. About the only complaint in the cockpit we had during our test drive was the large number of reflections in the heavily raked windshield caused by the large shiny top surface of the dashboard. Ford ensured us this problem would be largely rectified in production vehicles through the use of less glossy materials.

     

    Driving Impression
    Thanks to having four wheels near each corner the Edge has pretty decent handling given its considerable size and weight. The Edge is based off the same platform as the Ford Fusion and the Mazda6, regarded as one of the best handling midsize sedans. So the Edge starts life with a good base. Naturally, the higher center of gravity prevents the Edge from being as nimble as a sports sedan but unless you need to drive fast through the twisties, you'll find it is perfectly adequate with less body roll than a regular SUV.

     

    It should be noted that the Edge directly shares its platform and engine with the Mazda CX-9 crossover. Ford says it purposely designed the Edge to deliver a slightly softer ride. Those who have driven both vehicles concur with this assessment.

     

    Ford's all-new 3.5-liter V6 engine has variable valve timing and is much smoother and more refined than its previous V6s. The new engine is mated to a new six-speed automatic transmission developed with General Motors. We found the engine produced a good range of power at all speeds and the transmission shifted smoothly. We would rate the performance as middle of the pack: it's neither a barnburner nor a slug.

     

    We found the rack-and-pinion steering provided good feedback with precise control. The Edge we drove had all-wheel drive and the optional 18-inch wheels helped make the car more sure-footed. We did not get a chance to drive a base model but suspect it will still be more than acceptable despite having slightly less grip.

     

    The all-wheel-drive system is simple, with a viscous coupling in the middle of the driveshaft that constantly alters the power to the front or rear depending on the need at any given time.

     

    The Edge is not designed for off-road use yet it has a decent ground clearance of eight inches and Ford even specifies its approach angle (16 inches), departure angle (24.5 inches), and ramp break over angle (17 degrees), specifications usually reserved for off-road vehicles. We think it'll be fine for unpaved roads. We're guessing it'll handle better on snow and ice than a traditional SUV thanks to the independent suspension.

     

    The four-wheel disc brakes worked well, although we did not get the chance to try them with a fully loaded vehicle. Ford's AdvanceTrac electronic stability control is standard on all models. It operates via the ABS to control wheel slippage when the driver pushes the vehicle beyond the limit in slippery conditions or in emergency avoidance situation on a dry highway.


     

    Summary
    There's no denying that the Ford Edge is a striking vehicle. Some might criticize it for not having three rows of seats but that fact makes for a much more practical and pleasant five-seater. The Edge is a far more efficient all-round vehicle than traditional SUVs. Opt for all-wheel drive and you've got a great all-year-round car as well.

     

    NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent John Rettie test drove the Ford Edge in and around San Francisco.

     

    Model Lineup
    Ford Edge SE ($25,320); SE AWD ($26,970); SEL ($27,315); SEL AWD ($28,965); SEL Plus ($29,070); SEL Plus AWD ($30,720).

     

    Assembled In
    Ontario, Canada.

     

    Options As Tested
    Vista roof ($1,395), 18-inch wheels ($395), reverse sensing system ($245), navigation system ($2,380), Sirius Satellite Radio ($195), cargo management system ($65).

     

    Model Tested
    Ford Edge SEL Plus AWD ($30,720).The Ford Edge is an all-new crossover sport utility that answers the call for a roomy vehicle with utility and style. It isn't a truck. Nor is it a minivan. Yet it's more than a car. The Ford Edge has improved handling thanks to a fully independent suspension. All Ford Edge models are powered by a brand-new 3.5-liter V6 engine producing 265 horsepower. It is coupled to a new six-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard. All-wheel drive is also available. Safety features that come standard on all models include seat-mounted side-impact air bags for the front seats and side curtain airbags with rollover protection for both rows of seating, front airbags, anti-lock brakes with AdvanceTrac electronic stability control, and a tire-pressure monitoring system. The Edge is a new model in the Ford lineup for 2007.


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    888 South Goldenrod Road
    Orlando, Fl. 32822

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