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2022 Ford Edge Among Best SUVs For Reliability And Fuel Efficiency

The Ford Edge has earned considerable praise from Consumer Reports over the past few months as the consumer organization has named the crossover a superior option to the Honda Passport, one of the best SUVs for less than both $35k and $40k, one of the 10 best SUVs on sale today, and one of the best SUVs in terms of rear-seat comfort, while the Edge was also the top ranked vehicle in the U.S. in terms of brand loyalty in May 2022. Now, the 2022 Ford Edge has once again earned accolades from Consumer Reports, which just named the crossover among the best mid-sizers in terms of reliability and fuel efficiency.

To make this particular list, mid-size crossovers and/or SUVs must score well in Consumer Reports‘ road tests, get 21 miles-per-gallon overall or better, and offer up average or better predicted reliability ratings. Additionally, every vehicle on the list offers an array of standard advanced safety features and performed well in crash testing.

In that regard, the 2022 Ford Edge ranked sixth on this particular list with an overall score of 80, while Consumer Reports called the model “a pleasant, well-rounded vehicle with agile handling and a steady ride.” Other positive attributes include a quiet cabin, as well as a bevy of standard safety features including forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and blind-spot warning.

The Edge is scheduled to be discontinued in North America following the 2023 model year, as Ford Authority reported in January, but has received a few updates for the new model year. Those include the addition of standard ActiveX seating for Titanium trim and the new ST Interior Appearance Package, as well as the deletion of all Outfitters cargo packages and the SecuriCode Keyless Entry Keypad.

We’ll have more on the Edge soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Edge news and non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Ed Ertman

    I think that the drivers for consumer report must have a heavy foot when they say overall 23 mpg for the Ford edge. I own a 2020 sel and I get by the computer 32.6 to 33.2 mpg. Overall. They need to learn how to drive.

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    1. The Gentle Grizzly

      What do you get for mileage when computed with a pencil and paper?

      Reply
  2. John

    Ford doesn’t care that the Edge & Nautilus are high demand vehicles that the public wants. I’ll be looking to another brand when my 2019 ST is ready to be replaced. I don’t want your EV replacement, maybe a hybrid but Ford won’t do that either. Too bad …

    Reply
  3. Dave P

    Real smart Ford, take one of best, most reliable SUV’s and discontinue it.

    Reply
    1. Scott

      Ford is being run into the ground i liked allen m better he knew how to run things

      Reply
  4. Betty J Murphy

    2012 Ford Edge was beautiful an loved it.
    UNTIL in June 2016it jump gears or something that made
    li knock me down as I exited the vehicle and
    ran over both my legs disfigured my right leg so badly and broke my ankle on left leg.

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    1. nothing

      Pics or it didn’t happen.

      Reply
  5. Charles Rugley Sr

    I have a 2018 ford edge sport.I purchased it a little over a year ago and I love it. It had a little over 14k miles on it and everything was original as the day it was purchased new. It is loaded with all the comforts a person could ever want and some. It has a very smooth and quiet ride with more than ample space. It is one of the best vehicles I have ever owned. It has things in it that its sister car by Lincoln doesn’t. It performs like a sports car of higher prices if not better. I think Ford is making a horrible mistake by discontinuing this vehicle. But like everything else that is dependable and customers like and appreciate companies stop making it and replace it with something not even close to being worth buying. Please Ford, rethink your plans to discontinue the Edge. You’re not discontinuing the F150.

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  6. Rich

    They (ford) is well known to discontinue vehicles that are popular. Why I don’t know.

    Reply

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