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  1. LookingToBuyAFord

    2022 Honda Civic revealed in patent images

    They copied the Mazda 3's interior pretty well...
  2. The car (2012 base SE) has about 75,000 miles on it and a few minor bumps and superficial marks. I am struggling of a way to word the description so the transmission issue does not scare away any buyers. We’ve taken the car in multiple times and always fixed under warranty but it’s not fixed. It drives okay, you can just feel a little hesitation in the transmission when accelerating and a little high pitched whine at high speeds. Any advice? Also how much do you think I could get for it? Less mileage but an older car. I am thinking about $3,800.
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    Thinking of buying an 2020 Edge - help?

    So we've had the Edge SEL for 3 months and we love it. Great: -Smooth ride. -Comfy inside (ActiveX). -Kick tailgate (Convenience package). -Holds lots of stuff. Not so great: -The hood feels like it's going to fly off (yes I have shut it properly). -SiriusXM is not great (a lot of the channels blend together). -Headlights are not very good at night (SEL trim) -Audio system is just meh, nothing special.
  4. It's really a discussion of rights. Yes, you have the right to do what you want. But everyone/society has a right to be healthy and be protected against preventable diseases. So which one is more important than the other?
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    Thinking of buying an 2020 Edge - help?

    So our preferred dealer matched the lower price but we were thinking of asking for some extras included. Would snow tires be too greedy? Or should we stick to the full tank/mad flaps/etc?
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    Thinking of buying an 2020 Edge - help?

    Trade-in - but its minimal - $500 vs $1,500 with the $1,500 at the cheaper place. Dealer discount is about the same.
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    Thinking of buying an 2020 Edge - help?

    In terms of vehicle price, one of the dealerships is $820 cheaper than the other two. So we'll start with that. I would assume that Ford dealers offer bigger discounts when you buy a F150 vs an Edge because of how many they sell.
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    Thinking of buying an 2020 Edge - help?

    So we have gone to a number of dealers and gotten some prices and started to play them against each other. What sort of thing is usual for dealers to throw in as an incentive (other than to lower the price more) - i.e. tint, mudflaps, free oil changes, etc? Any other examples?
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    ActiveX

    Or the soybean part.
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    Thinking of buying an 2020 Edge - help?

    Hi everyone, Thank you for your comments. We are getting closer, just deciding whether on a few things: 1) Is the Convenience Package (wireless pad, navigation system, universal garage door opener, foot activated liftgate, power outlet - we are debating this. - Wireless pad - I would love but my wife wouldn't really use because of the USB charger and she doesn't really take the case off of her phone much. - Nav system - Irrelevant to us as we would use AppleCarPlay/AndroidAuto and use a Map app. - Universal Garage Door Opener - again not much difference because a little garage opener hanging off the vanity mirror is something we both have currently. - Foot activated Liftgate - Big item here - it's possible we would use it but a lot of the time for grocery shopping, we bring the cart out. - 150W power plug - meh 2) Should we think about an extended warranty package? 3) Looking at bigger delivery discount and pay a little interest vs pay 0% interest and get less of a discount. To me, a lower total price is more important than less interest (speaking as an accountant). From reading, it looks like the SEL comes with LEDs as part of Package 201A (Canada)? 1) What do you mean by CD slot? My wife commented that in her parents 2017-2018 Edge, in the center console/armrest, the mini shallow tray clicked up when you lifted the armrest to get into the lower storage bin. Now it's just a tray that you need to move out of the way. It seems a little silly that they changed that. 2) What did the insulation under the hood do? Or was this a cost cutting measure by Ford? 3) How many miles/kilometres are on your Edge so far?
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    2020 Ford Edge vs 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe - midsize 2 row SUV showdown

    Thanks everyone, we are going for the Edge, now it's just a question of buying 2019/2020 used vs new.
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    ActiveX

    How much easier is the ActiveX to clean comparef to regular cloth? Asking because we have a kid on the way.
  13. Hi everyone, We are looking at a mid-size SUV and narrowed it down to the Edge and Santa Fe. We drove them both around this weekend for about 45 minutes each. We are preferring the Edge right now but it's close. What we liked about the Edge: Way better looking interior than the Santa Fe - a lot sleeker. Lots of cubby holes to put stuff. Bigger trunk space - important for us as baby comes with a lot of stuff. Salesperson is a family friend and might be able to work a great deal for us. What we didn't like about the Edge: Felt a little heavy/wide to drive/turn - but I assume it's something to get used to. My wife likes the look of the exterior better (but she hated the interior as it seemed not as polished). To be honest, the Edge seems a little overpriced in general compared to the Santa Fe (although it's known that Ford likes to mark up their prices really high and then offer huge discounts). The warranty is not as good as Hyundai. What we liked about the Santa Fe: Much more attractive price point compared to the Edge Santa Fe rode a little better and was more nimble (but it's 500 pounds lighter so it's to be expected). My wife likes the look of the exterior better Great warranty and oil changes are included in the price. What we disliked about the Santa Fe: The center console is a mess of buttons and the infotainment screen stuck on top like an iPad and only controls the radio. When we drove the Hyundai around on bumpy roads, the rear seats shook so that was a little disturbing. The interior did not feel as polished nor as spacious as the Edge. The blind spot monitoring only worked when a car was approaching your blind spot but not directly beside. Does anyone have any information/opinions on these cars that we should know about? Thanks in advance!
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    Thinking of buying an 2020 Edge - help?

    Hi everyone, My wife and I are considering buying a mid-size SUV in preparation for our first (of hopefully a number of kids). We currently drive a 8 year old Ford Focus and a 10-11 year old similar sized other company hatchback. The plan is to get rid of the older car first and get a midsize SUV now and then in 3-4 years when the Focus gives out then buy something bigger than the midsize SUV. Just FYI, we are the type of people to drive a car until it dies/into the ground so we won't be trading in in 3-5 years (assuming nothing dramatic happens). FYI, my in-laws have an 2017-2018 Edge Titanium model and love it. We drove an Edge (SEL - FWD - not our preferred trim but just to get a feel of the car) and the Santa Fe around this weekend for about 45 minutes each. The Edge felt really wide to drive but I would assume that would be the case with any bigger car when I am used to a small hatchback. What we liked about the Edge: Way better looking interior than the Santa Fe - a lot sleeker. The Hyundai interior/center console is a mess with the infotainment screen stuck on top like an iPad and only controls the radio. Lots of cubby holes to put stuff. Bigger trunk space - important for us as baby comes with a lot of stuff. Salesperson is a family friend and might be able to work a great deal for us. More solidly built - when we drove the Hyundai around on bumpy roads, the rear seats shook. What we didn't like about the Edge: Felt a little heavy to drive/turn - Santa Fe rode a little better and was more nimble (but it's 500 pounds lighter so it's to be expected). My wife likes the look of the Santa Fe exterior better (but she hated the interior as it seemed not as polished). To be honest, the Edge seems a little overpriced in general compared to the Santa Fe (although it's known that Ford likes to mark up their prices really high and then offer huge discounts). The warranty is not as good as Hyundai. If we were to go with the Edge, we would be looking at the SEL trim with some options (no to the sunroof though). We have a number of questions for anyone: What are some things you like about your Edge and what are some things you dislike about the Edge? How fast does the A/C & heating kick in and how powerful is it? (aka when it's blisteringly hot or freezing cold). We live in Canada so we can expect both extremes. For the seating material, how easy to clean/stain resistant are the regular cloth seats compared to the ActiveX fake-leather seats? Also, how comfortable are the ActiveX seats compared to the cloth ones? Foot activated liftgate - how often do you use it compared to just clicking the button on the keyfob? To me, it would make sense to use it when I'm carrying something like groceries. Wireless changing pad - how often do you use it and how annoying is taking the cover off of your cellphone in order to charge it? My wife said that she would only really use that feature when driving long distances but with a newborn baby, that might not happen as much as we think. Has the fuel economy of your model gone up or down compared to the projected amount? Reliability - has your Edge had any major reliability issues? My father-in-law has an 2017-2018 Edge Titanium and the only thing he's had is one recall for the weather stripping on the rear wheel wells. My wife has a 2012 Ford Focus with the major transmission issues and it's still not right (although it's never costed us anything). I'm a big believer in how you drive the car can determine the reliability too. We are looking to spend a max of $35,000 USD/$48,000 CAD (taxes and fees included). We might also consider buying a new 2019 since it's basically the same car if we get a really good price on it. Any thoughts you can give are greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
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