There's also Ford's Blindspot Information System, which flashes a light when a car in in the adjacent lane out of sight of the mirros, along with cross-traffic alert, which can detect traffic approaching from the side when backing the car out of a parking space. No paper work to sign you are good to go. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The performance is excellent but takes time getting used to. Any recalls on the brake system? We drove around 6 miles when it did happen to me as I braked and attempted to make a left hand turn in front of oncoming traffic.
The most exciting added feature, however, was the optional MyFord Touch interface, which replaced the traditional button controls with touch screens and a five-way controller. I like Red for night driving. Almost plowed into car in front of us. With a six-speed, dual-clutch gearbox, Ford points to a potential 30-mpg highway rating. They had it for 7 days and told me the parts are ordered and they said they fixxed it brake booster installed.
I can't believe there hasn't been a recall on this, it is extremely dangerous. Put on new master cylinder. I recommend this car for anyone who requires versatility and comfort. This vehicle makes me feel safe on the road with also sporting class and style. The brakes only engages 1. It's very irritating - you cannot use the voice controls on the car, they just don't work. So a eight year old car with 105,000 miles cannot be repaired as the demand on this part is apparently so great it has exhausted stock and cannot be replaced with a new part.
The driver is met with a soft or spongy brake that retards the braking action which can lead to severe injury. Although the 2011 Ford Edge has mid-size exterior dimensions, Ford has smartly opted to fit just two rows of seating into this tall wagon—meaning that there's plenty of space for all. Reviewers wrote that although the Murano was a bit pricier than other five-seat crossovers, its interior was packed full of standard features and felt more upmarket than some competitors. I checked online and found multiple mentions of this issue with Ford Edges, but no formal recall - which the dealership later verified. I was able to swerve to avoid hitting curb. Great customer service honest,friendly and easy to talk to.
Voice recognition is spotty, usually I have to try several times in different ways. Service manager does not return messages left on his phone. While there's plenty to like about the 2011 Ford Edge, its electronics remind me of my not-so-smart phone: bedazzling in theory, befuddling in practice. This is a severe risk to the driver of a 2011 Ford Edge and to those driving around the vehicle at the same time. Overall, nice vehicle with lots of extras for the money. I have lots of headroom and im pretty tall. Compared to the cheaper Escape it handles very well and the interior is very good.
It was a no-pressure atmosphere. This dealership is definitely changing the use car business with absolutely great customer service, pricing and vehicle selections. With sharper styling, scads of high-tech touches, and a target market as eager as ever for more and better crossovers, the 2011 Edge seems well positioned to build on the success of its predecessor, and it makes that first Edge of four years ago seem positively crusty by comparison. The 2011 Ford Edge doesn't bring radical change to America—at least not from the outside—but it's a beefier take on the five-seat crossover that gave Ford new life after the Explorer fell to earth. They were still soft when I went to park. This vehicle has been in the shop for 3 weeks now and the mechanic cannot seem to fix this issue. This car will only be driven as needed and absolutely is not allowed onto the highway.
The evidence is all over the internet where people describe the exact same problem. The main issue arises when a driver down presses the brake pedal during driving conditions St any speed. Even simpler controls in lower-level models are distracting. Called back the dealer and the service rep says he couldn't find where the brake booster had been replaced. But chances are that it too, will eventually fail. One of the areas Ford focused on for the 2011 Edge was improving the brakes, both in feel and performance. Now, it is working intermittently.
May not let me answer incoming calls. Ford customer service just says they have escalated the part availability part and said to keep checking in with the service manager. It's made a name for itself with a smoothly sculpted shape, though, and mostly the Edge carries that sensibility over intact. April 2019 booster failed again. It occurred again late March 2019 and this time the condition persisted and made me feel that the brakes could ultimately fail. Now I can't pump them up, I call it a soft brake, I can not stop fast if a vehicle stops fast in front of me.
This originally occurred mid February 2019, but corrected itself after letting the car sit overnight. Had to pump brakes and push almost to floor to stop the vehicle. The replacement by the dealer, at my expense, is two years. No improvement, also the brakes still function as should just the brake pedal has to be completely compressed about 1. Even though it was made in the Oakville assembly plant and in 2011. The ride is amazing as well we live in southern California where no matter where you turn their is a speed bump the Edge takes them and you barely feel it. I've been getting an average of 24 mpg in the city.