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Ford Edge Review

7
This is the score given by Car & Driving
  • 8 Equipment
  • 8 Styling
  • 7 Insurance
  • 7 Economy
  • 7 Value
  • 7 Build
  • 7 Space
  • 7 Comfort
  • 7 Handling
  • 6 Depreciation
  • 6 Performance

Short Review

In my time as a motoring writer, I've driven quite a number of Ford models that were originally developed for the American market and haven't really translated very well for European buyers. Here's an exception though, the Ford Edge luxury SUV, the latest addition to our long term test fleet. This car instead shares its CD4 platform - and much of its interior - with the well-regarded Mondeo, as well as Ford's S-MAX and Galaxy MPVs. That People Carrying provenance is one reason why the Edge is so spacious inside, as my family have been finding out over the last few weeks. Curiously, for the European market at least, Ford hasn't used that extra room to build in the third seating row that many family SUV buyers now seem to want. Still, the lack of that feature doesn't seem to have held back some of the much more compact mainstream-brand models in this segment that this Ford has been priced against, contenders like Renault's Koleos and plush 4x4 versions of Volkswagen's Tiguan and Honda's CR-V. The idea here is that for the cost of something like that, an Edge can give you the kind of space inside you'd expect from a much larger and pricier luxury SUV like a Volkswagen Touareg or a BMW X5. Which has to be a strong selling point. But does this car have others? We're going to be finding out over the next few thousand miles. You can only have a 2.0-litre TDCi diesel powering your Edge and you have to have it with Ford's Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system, 2WD being an option the company doesn't think is really relevant on an SUV of this size. Buyers choose between two mechanical set-ups; a 180PS single turbo variant you have to have with a 6-speed manual gearbox; or the package we're trying, a 210PS twin turbo derivative only offered with 6-speed PowerShift automatic transmission. The 210PS engine's extra turbo gives you 50Nm more pulling power, which we've found makes a noticeable difference when you're overtaking, especially if you snick the auto selector down into its sportier 'S' setting. Unfortunately though, the extra torque isn't enough to improve this car's 2.2-tonne braking towing limit - that a rather disappointingly low figure when you consider that US-market Edge models can apparently lug along up to 3.5-tonnes.

Euro NCAP Safety Rating

  • NCAP Adult Occupant Protection % 85%
  • NCAP Child Occupant Protection % 76%
  • NCAP Pedestrian Protection % 67%
  • NCAP Safety Assist % 89%
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