2008 Ford Edge Interior
This interior review was written when the 2008 Ford Edge was new.
The 2008 Ford Edge has an edge up on the competition with its exceptionally roomy cabin and comfortable rear seats. However, material quality still falls a bit short for the Edge's class and price.
The Edge's optional voice-activated navigation system is impressive, featuring lane assistance, real-time traffic and video. But there are portable options that have similar features and offer more flexibility when traveling. Check out our GPS reviews for information on the best navigation devices for in or out of a vehicle.
- "Hard plastic trim dominates Edge's cabin, but most pieces don't look cheap. Assembly quality has been fine." -- Consumer Guide
- "Although functional and ergonomically sound in design, the interior lacks much in the way of design flair. Materials quality is average." -- Edmunds
- "The Edge's more familiar interior styling doesn't quite live up to the expectations set by its cutting-edge sheetmetal, but it's nonetheless attractive, comfortable and spacious. Highlights include an especially roomy back seat with reclining seatbacks and a center console big enough to swallow a laptop or purse." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "Interior fit and finish is unimpressive." -- MSN