The Ford Escape leads the NICB's list with 1,421 examples stolen.
2012 Ford Edge EcoBoost: Review
- Noah Joseph
- Jan 16, 2014
A problem with the fuel line on certain examples of the Ford Edge has prompted the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue a recall. The issue revolves around the metal housing on the fuel line pulse damper, which was apparently improperly manufactured in the first place and is prone to crack in certain circumstances, leading to a fuel leak. And as we all know, a fuel leak is not a good thing.
- Jeffrey N. Ross
- Nov 7, 2013
Aside from an admittedly significant refresh in 2011, the guts underpinning the midsize Ford Edge crossover (shown above as a 2012 model) haven't received much attention since it was introduced seven years ago. That is all about to change as Ford plans to roll out a new concept vehicle at the LA Auto Show that will preview the next-gen Edge, which we may have actually gotten our first look at back in February.
- Damon Lowney
- Sep 22, 2013
Ford announced that it's investing $682 million in its Oakville assembly plant in Ontario, Canada, to make it a global manufacturing plant, which the automaker also says secures 2,800 jobs there. Including this injection of cash, Ford has invested over $2 billion in Canada in the last decade, starting with nearly $1 billion for Oakville in 2004, and over $570 million for its Essex Engine Plant in 2010.
- Steven J. Ewing
- Sep 17, 2012
Looks like the Escape isn't the only Ford crossover with the potential for fires down below. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced that 5,499 Edge models are being recalled due to a fuel line issue. All of the affected vehicles were built between September 2, 2010 and October 31, 2011.
- George Kennedy
- Sep 6, 2012
As part of Ford's a big European product rollout, the automaker announced that the Edge crossover will make its way across The Pond in the near future.
- Autoblog Staff
- Dec 28, 2011
EcoBoost Finds Right Mix Of Power, Efficiency