2016 Ford Edge Ti.
After being a member / moderator of my fair share of automotive forums I was curious as to how this small group (for now) felt about the (bound to happen) problems that this new platform will experience during its first days of production and subsequent early ownership. Contrary to the views of many of the people I encounter on the "other" car sites that I frequent, my view is that the first year of ANY new platform is going to be fraught with issues. Some bad, some awful, and some just a PIA. Is this place going to be populated with people willing to accept that first year owners are primarily "Beta testers" and that there will be issues and that the difference between a really BAD experience and one that is only bothersome will be defined by Chevy / GM and the dealer you buy your Blazer from? How many of you will buy this new EV from "Jump Street" and how many will wait 6 months or more to try to wait out the early "bugs"? Will the cyber armor go up every time someone here makes a legit. criticism or will we just take it as it comes? Speaking only for myself I never liked Kool-Aid.