If you own or lease a 2018 Ford Edge, you should be aware of recent consumer complaints regarding recurring electrical and engine problems. Multiple reports of rapidly draining batteries, engine failures, and defective headlights have emerged within the last few years. Although the manufacturer has already issued a total of four recalls affecting this make and model, several consumers are concerned that their specific issues have yet to be addressed or resolved.
One of the most common complaints from those who own or lease a 2018 Ford Edge is that the battery dies too often. According to one consumer, the battery in their vehicle has already had to be replaced three times—approximately every 1,500 miles. So far, no Ford technician has been able to explain why the batteries continue to fail. Another consumer noted that their car battery died just four months after the vehicle was purchased. Numerous similar consumer complaints continue to arise, leaving many without clear or permanent solutions.
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