2018 FORD EDGE

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$28,491
$1,771
above average
22,040 Miles
14,043
Miles below average

Vehicle Details

Mileage: 22040
Color: MAGNETIC METALLIC
Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic
Engine Type: EcoBoost 2.0L Turbo I4 245hp 275
Drive Train: FWD
Location: Daly City, CA

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Recent Arrival! Clean CARFAX. ***ONE OWNER W/CLEAN CARFAX***, ***8 TOUCH SCRN. W/VOICE ACT. NAVIGATION SYS.***, ***DEALER SERVICE***, ***BALANCE OF FACTORY WARRANTY***, ***BACKUP CAMERA & BLUETOOTH***, ***POWER LOCKS, WINDOWS, MIRRORS***, ***SIRIUSXM SATELLITE***, ***HEATED LEATHER SEATS***, ***PANORAMIC VISTA ROOF***, ***PREM. SOUND SYS. BY SONY W/9 SPKR.***, ***REVERSE SENSING SYS.***, ***POWER FRONT SEATS***, EcoBoost 2.0L I4 GTDi DOHC Turbocharged VCT, FWD, Ebony w/Leather-Trimmed Heated Bucket Seats. Odometer is 6785 miles below market average! Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! CARFAX One-Owner. 20/29 City/Highway MPG Magnetic Metallic 2018 Ford Edge SEL FWD 6-Speed Automatic EcoBoost 2.0L I4 GTDi DOHC Turbocharged VCT Low, No Haggle prices on all of our Pre-Owned Vehicles. Get a fair price up front without having to negotiate for it. Let us show you how our prices compare! Awards: * 2018 KBB.com Brand Image Awards * 2018 KBB.com 10 Most Awarded Brands Come see our Brand New Showroom at 999 Serramonte Blvd!!! We've been here over 40 years but our building is as new as it gets!!! Proudly serving San Francisco, Daly City, Colma, Redwood City, Pacifica, Half Moon Bay, San Mateo, San Bruno, and entire SF Bay Area. All vehicles that are in our pre-owned inventory have gone through a 169-point inspection at our award winning service department. At Serramonte Ford we take pride in our consistently high ranking for Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle sales.


Recalls & Defects

VIN 2FMPK3J97JBB86686 may have been recalled. Check full report for more information

POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:TORQUE CONVERTER

Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain 2017-2018 Ford Edge and 2017 Lincoln MKZ vehicles. On vehicles with 2.0L gas engines and six-speed automatic transmissions, the torque converter weld studs may have been inadequately welded.


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Transmission problems

1
Sophia on 09/18/2016

Customer Service: 1.0 Buying Process: 1.0 Quality Of Repair: 1.0 Overall Facilities: 1.0

So this is the second time I am having transmission problems with my car. My car has been telling me transmission overheating. I call Friday to tell them this is urgent and I need someone to look my my vehicle. The finance person tells me to bring it in Monday and they won't be able to look at it until Wednesday. I thought what is the point of letting it sit there. So he tells me they have to do a diagnostic to see what the problem is and it will probably take a week or longer. Last time I brought my car in I don't have a car for a month and they couldn't give me a courtesy car because I wasn't 25 which is ridiculous because you do not have to be 25 to purchase a car. So every do not get a Ford Focus se too many transmission problems. I plan on taking my car to a different dealer not turning it in to ford and spending money there.

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Vehicle Rating & Owner Reviews

Overall Rating
4
  Based on 1 reviews

A good deal on a sporty and comfortable vehicle

4
Terry Wong on 02/01/2018

Performance: 0 Comfort: 0 Fuel Economy: 0 Fun To Drive: 0 Interior Design: 0 Exterior Design: 0 Build Quality: 0 Reliability: 0 Comfort Rating: 4 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 4 Reliability Rating: 3 Safety Rating: 4 Technology Rating: 4 Value Rating: 4

With the new ST months away from release, the Ford dealers are aggressively pricing the sport so it's a great time to buy. I received a substantial discount from the MSRP from the dealer. Additional car show incentives and being the last day of the month also helped. I got a fully loaded Sport with pretty much with every possible option. 5 top things I like: (1) the sport appearance is fantastic, especially in black with black painted 21 inch wheels. (2) I find the seats and driving position very comfortable. The seats are a perfect height and the step in height is low. My arthritic mother with bad knees and hips has a difficult time climbing into many medium size SUV's but has no problems getting in and out of the Edge. Conversely, sedans also give her problems because she sits too low so she has a difficult time getting out of the seat. Also, she has to duck her head to get in the sedan. The Edge seems to be perfect for her. (3) The vehicle is very quiet with little wind or road noise and no rattles. (4) There is a great deal of cargo space and room for rear passengers. It has way more room than compact SUV's but is still small enough for easy entry and for fitting in a small garage. (5) All the gadgets are great (blind spot, rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise, lane keeping assist, Apple carplay, hands-free liftgate, automatic parallel and perpindicular parking) . The dash display with two color graphical displays surrounding the speedometer, and the Sync 3 system is very responsive (touch sensitive) and great to look at. The panoramic sunroof and power sun shades really brighten things up. 5 top things I don't like: (1) Parking into tight spaces is tougher than I hoped. The vehicle is really wide and the turning radius is only so-so. It's hard to tell where the front bumper is. The front cameras help somewhat but you can't really tell how far away you are from things in front. Also, mitigating the problem, the parking sensors in the rear, front, and sides give you coverage from all sides, and they beep and light up when you get too close to something. However, you have to move slowly to give the sensors and lights enough time to respond. A surround view camera would be preferable. (2) There is a bit of a learning curve with such a huge amount of tech. (3) The upgraded Sony stereo system is good but not as good as some that can be found in the class. However, it does have a CD player still. (4) The interior is very monochromatic so it's a little on the dull side. (5) The gas mileage is not great. So far I'm getting about 22 mpg, mostly highway miles. I think if I paid full price, (close to $50000) I would feel that the value would not be there. It's clearly not in the league of luxury vehicles that are in the 50000 to 60000 range. However, if you can get a good discount like I did (about $40000), it starts to seem like a good deal when you see a fully loaded compact SUV like the Honda CRV or Toyota RAV4 can be in the $35000 to $40000 range. One comment about the IIHS safety ratings. They really criticized the headlights. However, I found the HID headlights in the Sport are really very powerful and shine a long way. However, there seems to be almost no difference between high and low beam so I suppose they found the glare to other drivers objectionable.


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