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Hello, I've just found this forum and this is my first post. I'm really looking forward to the 2015 Edge but I'm concerned about this one being a first year model. This one could be my first Ford ever. According to Ford they built it from the ground up based on the 2013 Fusion Platform, meaning there a lot of new parts/technology introduced on the 2015 Edge. As you know, this could potentially come with quality/performance problems not caught early on development or quality assurance. I did some research and found this website truedelta.com with real owner reviews. http://www.truedelta.com/Ford-Edge/reliability-728 Apparently the 2011 Ford Edge did came with problems straight from the factory (first year model). Then I checked the stats on the Fusion http://www.truedelta.com/Ford-Fusion/reliability-98 And this one is the worst. The 2013 model which is also a first year model has lots of issues. Now I'm thinking: It's no fun laying down $40K for a car that will go in and out of the dealership for repairs all the time and maybe not get fixed at all. There are also some 2011 Edge owners that complain a lot about problems with the power train, transmission, car stalling out of nowhere. What do you guys think? Is it worth it?
I am wondering if anyone knows how I might be able to fix the lift gate issue I am having. If I press the button on the dash by the steering wheel or on the key it will open; however, it will not close if I press any button. I can only manually close it. I have disconnected the positive terminal on the battery and tried to reset it the way it states in the manual but it is still doing the same thing. Should I disconnect both terminals on the battery? Is there something else I can do?