Ford Edge 2.0 TDCi (210bhp) Sport (Lux Pack) 5d Powershift Owner Review

2.0 TDCi (210bhp) Sport (Lux Pack) 5d Powershift
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Fantastic drive good road presence very comfortable seats front and rear and plenty of leg room for all even in the back. Plenty of storage space and bins massive central front consual bin that can swallow a 2 litre bottle. Boot has plenty of under floor storage I keep a power jack detatable town bar 12v pump tow line and battery jumpstart all that stored out of the way keeping boot clear. Equipment level is fantastic auto wipers see you home headlights auto lights that even auto dim/high beam. Heated front window Heated seats heated steering wheel.duel zone air con/heating for front. I have the full glasss roof that is great but the operation is not good. Does not work on the global closing function as the windows do. Opening is ok but you have to part open then press again to fully open. The same on closing( hope (ford will look at this niggle) Fuel consumption is no what was lead to believe It would be. I have an auto and the best I have achieved is 32mpg on the motorway cruising between 50-70mph. Round town it goes down to 26-29mpg Ford say 50mpg on motorway must have been wearing rose coloured glasses when test was done. Turning circle is poor again something Ford need to look at. The car is quick once it get going but throttle lag is a problem. Would like to see the 2.7 v6 avaible in the USA made avaible here. A stretched version in 7 seat form would give Audi a shock for it Q7. Ford are lacking hybrids from its range what about a petrol hybide luke the New Volvo XC60/90
  • How they rated it

  • Reliability: 4 out of 5 4.0
  • Meets Expectations: 4 out of 5 4.0
  • Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
  • Martin Garside recommends this car

About their car

  • Fuel type Diesel
  • When purchased February 2017
  • Condition when bought Used
  • Current Mileage 7,000 miles
  • Average MPG 28 mpg