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Ford Edge Among Best Five Year Old Used Cars For The Money

The Ford Edge has long been recognized as a vehicle that provides owners with a lot for their hard-earned money, receiving accolades such as landing on the list of the safest and most reliable used three-year-old vehicles on the market, one of the most reliable three year old vehicles, and one of the least expensive vehicles to maintain by Consumer Reports, as well as one of the best 10-year-old crossovers/SUVs for the money by iSeeCars, too. Now, that list continues to grow, as the Ford Edge has now landed on the list of the best five-year-old used vehicles for the money, also from iSeeCars.

Among the 20 best five-year-old used vehicles for the money, the Ford Edge ranked 12th with an average sales price of $22,636 and an average remaining lifespan of 125,552 miles – or $1,803 per 10k miles. On average, iSeeCars notes that five-year-old Ford Edge models have around 63.4 percent of that lifespan remaining, too.

To come up with this list, iSeeCars analyzed the prices of more than 1.1 million five- and 10-year-old used vehicles sold between September and December 2023, then compared them to the remaining lifespan of those cars, based on a proprietary model that estimated the probability each vehicle would survive to various mileage thresholds. This data was calculated using odometer readings from over 312 million vehicles.

“With the spike in used vehicle pricing over the past five years, buyers are seeking the best value for their used-car dollars,” said iSeeCars Executive Analyst Karl Brauer. “We’ve identified the models with the lowest purchase price and the longest remaining lifespan, providing shoppers with a list of used cars they can purchase and rely on for many years. All of these models retain at least 60 percent of their lifespan, yet they all cost substantially less for each 10,000 miles of remaining lifespan than the average used car. The price of used vehicles remains historically high, but these 20 models represent excellent value.”

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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  1. G O PEE

    stay away from 3.5L

    1. Richard Rassh

      Those water pumps will either kill the engine and or your wallet

    2. No

      Edges made in the last 6 years don’t have them.

    3. George dunham

      I have a 2010 it 77000 it running so good

  2. carl

    Ford should have kept the Edge for many more years.

  3. carl

    We had a 2018 Edge Titanium and loved it

  4. carl

    Now have a 2024 Edge ST and love that also.

  5. Glenn

    My son has a 2018 Edge Sport, I have a 2020 Edge ST and my wife has a 2022 Edge ST. All have the 2.7 liter twin turbo V6. We all love them obviously.

  6. Douglas Juga

    My 2008 edge has 213,500 miles and still going strong

  7. Rinaldo

    I have a edge st black the best car

  8. Allen

    Didn’t I read that the Edge is going out of production next year?
    We have a 2020. Love it.

  9. Cleo Hollingswortu

    The 2018 Ford Edge has a engine problem with coolant leaking in the engine, causing engine replacement. Ford has not issued a recall but there is a class action suit because they knew it was a problem with the 2.0 ecco boost engine.

  10. Ronald Holston Sr

    I have a 2016 Ford Edge SEL with 70,000 plus miles, no major work ever done on the vehicle, only routeen maintence(oil changes,brakes, tires etc). I plan to keep my Edge for many more miles/years to come.


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