Last post on Apr 01, 2011 at 12:12 PM
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Ford Edge, SUV
#36 of 41 Re: My new Dark Ink Blue Edge [tureblueedge]
May 26, 2009 (6:58 am)
Ford Duratecs take up to 5K to break in and the mileage will improve. I would also expect around 20 depending on how fast you drive on the highway and how much stop-n-go traffic you encounter.
#37 of 41 Re: My new Dark Ink Blue Edge [finelinevan]
May 26, 2009 (7:02 am)
Why Ford moved away from the CVT and the 3.0 motor is a mystery
Not really. The CVT was expensive. Ford's competitors have 3.5L V6s so Ford had to upgrade to stay competitive. The CVT probably can't take the torque of the 3.5L and they can't afford to keep the 3.0L much longer at low volumes. 6 speed automatics also reduce the CVT FE advantage. Just not enough potential demand to justify the added expense.
#38 of 41 Re: Ford Edge MPG Real World Numbers [tidester]
Mar 31, 2011 (9:20 pm)
2010 Ford Edge, 12k miles, FWD, 22.5MPG. Most of the miles are local.
#39 of 41 Re: Ford Edge MPG Real World Numbers [accent2]
Apr 01, 2011 (8:09 am)
P.S., if I drive on highway, the car makes about 27 MPG
#40 of 41 Re: Mpg 2008 Edge limited [mcq1]
Apr 01, 2011 (11:49 am)
Break-in period accomplishes much more than improved engine performance.
Consider all the seals and bearings in the drive train, as well as engine accessories.
#41 of 41 Re: Ford Edge MPG Real World Numbers [accent2]
Apr 01, 2011 (12:12 pm)
2010 AWD Limited with 20" rims. Highway 23 to 25 MPG. Stop and go city between a low of 13 and a high of 17 depending on temperature variables.