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The Ford Escape is practical and comfortable with a classy interior and plentiful cargo space. The Escape not only has a smooth ride, but it also has excellent handling and comes in a variety of models, making the Escape ideal for many lifestyles.
2021 Ford Escape Review
2021 was an exciting year for the Ford Escape! If you are thinking about getting a Ford Escape, the 2021 model is a strong contender. This year, the hybrid powertrain expanded to the SE model, SEL model, and has become standard on the Titanium model. In addition, the Co-Pilot360 Plus package received a traffic sign recognition feature, an adaptive cruise control feature, and a power light gate. The driver’s seat also received a few upgrades including memory seat settings and 10-way power adjustments. Furthermore, there is a new design for the 19-inch wheel that is an option on the Titanium model. If you are looking for a vehicle that can provide you with a smooth ride quality, comfortable seating, and a good amount of cargo space, the 2021 Ford Escape might be right for you.
2020 Ford Escape Review
2020 was a fabulous year for this charming vehicle. This car received a complete exterior redesign with now rounded edges and an increase in the length and width of the vehicle, making it look sportier. This fourth-generation vehicle now offers an advanced acceleration and power that packs a punch. There is now more cabin room and legroom in this vehicle as well there is a new hybrid version available. This 2020 model includes a 181 horsepower drive and it can hit 60mph in just 8.4 seconds. This vehicle is a great option as it is extremely luxurious and expensive looking.
2019 Ford Escape Review
The 2019 review for this vehicle indicates that this car is worth your attention. With a balanced suspension, high-tech features, and lots of cargo space, this model a popular choice. This model has a 168-245 horsepower drive and it can seat 5. The steering and handling of this vehicle is precise and it can feel that you are driving a small car rather than a small SUV. With a quick acceleration from a 2.0L engine, this vehicle sure packs a punch with a smooth drive. If you would enjoy a push to start button with one-touch up and down power windows, check out these now standard features on the 2019 model.
2018 Ford Escape Review
In 2018 there were no major changes to the Ford Escape. A new trim level was squeezed on, the SEL between the range topping Titanium trim and the existing SE. As for the engine it is only available in the Titanium trim. Overall this car continues to be a safe and reliable vehicle.
2017 Ford Escape Review
2017 is an impressive year for the Ford Escape, as it comes out with a number of new features. Not only did the vehicle under-go an exterior remodel creating a more updated look, it also now has lane-keeping assist, updated automatic parking system, an adaptive cruise control, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto functionality. Also, the fuel tank has grown since the previous year by 0.8 gallons.
2016 Ford Escape Review
The 2016 Ford Escape calls for two exciting new colours this year, giving people a choice of either Shadow Black or Electric Spice. A feature that was added for extra protection is a driver’s knee airbag. Another feature that was added was the Sync 3 infotainment system, which is a hands free entertainment system.
2015 Ford Escape Review
The 2015 Ford Escape continues to distinguish itself from the competition due to its refined look, sharp handling, comfortable seating, and high-end interior features such as a rear-view camera, Ford’s Sync voice-control system, and Bluetooth connectivity. The Ford Escape gives you much more bang for your buck when compared with the Hyundai Tucson, even though the Escape is slightly more expensive.
2014 Ford Escape Review
The 2014 Ford Escape includes a new innovation: an automatic release for the liftgate that automatically opens when you move your foot under the rear bumper. This makes the Ford Escape an ideal vehicle for work and play when your hands are full and need to open the liftgate.
2013 Ford Escape Review
The Ford Escape saw a complete redesign in 2013, catapulting the top-selling compact SUV into contemporary times. Ford upgraded the engine, transmission, and electronics with state-of-the-art technology. Ford claimed 11 features exclusive to the Escape in the compact SUV class such as a cap-less fuel nozzle and the Torque Vectoring control, which helps the SUV navigate corners firmly. This makes the Ford Escape a strong competitor vs. the Honda CR-V or the Toyota Rav4.
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