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Happy to announce a new forum, obviously to support the crossover type vehicles.
Many here might say these are not true “trucks” however as times change….. Ford will be keeping up with the times…..to that end..... so is FTE.
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Happy to announce a new forum, obviously tot support the crossover type vehicles.
Many here might say these are not true “trucks” however as times change….. Ford will be keeping up with the times…..to that end..... Thso is FTE.
thats awesome I have one!!!
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Just bought the 2014 Edge.

This replaced my 2002 Escape with 186K miles. The Escape was fielding offers before I got the Edge. Looking forward to the Edge serving as well.

Took a little bit to find you and even posted a question on the Escape forum. Did not think of it as a Crossover, maybe just do not know what a crossover is. I have a F150 (typical truck), Mustang (typical car), Escape (small but still a SUV), and now an Edge (step up from small but still an SUV).

Where did I go wrong in identifying a Crossover?

Any way, glad to be here!
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