One-Owner Lease Return, Premium Package (Head-Up Display and Power, Panoramic Vista Roof), Heated Leather Seats, Navigation, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Rearview Camera, Hands-free, Foot-Activated Liftgate, Leather-Wrapped Heated Steering Wheel, Remote Start System, B&O Sound System w/ 10 Speakers & Subwoofer, Ford Co-Pilot 360 Technology (Active Park Assist with Parallel Parking, Park Out Assist, Reverse Perpendicular Parking, and Forward & Side Sensing Systems), 8” Touch Screen, Ford’s Sync system with Bluetooth Connectivity, Dual-Zone Climate Control, 10-Way-Power Driver’s Seat, Universal Garage Door Opener, 2.0-Liter Turbocharged Inline-4, 8-Speed SelectShift Automatic w/Paddle Shifters, Intelligent 4WD System, 5 Selectable Drive Modes, Fog Lights, 19″ Machined-Face Aluminum With Dark Tarnish-Painted Pockets, Magnetic Metallic, Trailer Tow Package, Balance of Factory Warranty and ONLY 8,645 kms
Best Compact SUVs of 2020:
The completely redesigned 2020 Ford Escape drops 200 pounds and gains 2nd-row passenger space, making it best-in-class for the segment. A completely retuned suspension that gives the Escape a smooth and comfortable ride adds to its appeal plus the Co-Pilot360, Ford’s suite of driver-assistance features.
Power in the 2.0-liter EcoBoost feels good. The engine has great pep; it’s a feisty little thing. The EcoBoost gets a new 8-speed automatic transmission that pairs really nicely with the 2.0-liter. Shifts are smooth and well measured, and more importantly, it doesn’t have trouble finding the right gear. If you are looking for a little extra burst of power, paddle shifters come with the 2.0-liter engine.
The suspension on the Escape is all-new, including vibration-absorbing rear subframe mounts for a more comfortable ride. The Escape absolutely succeeds here. It’s wider and lower than the previous gen, so it doesn’t feel top-heavy, especially around corners. With 200 pounds gone, acceleration is quicker and feels nimbler. It has refined shocks, springs, and bushings and overall feels comfortable without being floaty or sloppy. The ride is great— we’d even venture to say it’s punching above its class.
SECOND-ROW SLIDING SEATS – Compact SUVs aren’t known for their capacious interiors. The all-new 2020 Ford Escape combats that issue with a sliding seat that gives 2nd-row passengers added legroom. With the recline function and supportive seat cushions, the Escape becomes a great road-trip SUV.
CO-PILOT360 – Ford’s suite of safety and driver-assist features includes post-collision braking, pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking and lane-keeping assist. Added to the Titanium, features include parking assist, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go and lane-centering and an evasive-steering assist.
Climbing up the compact SUV’s trim ladder to the Titanium and get extras such as a power lift-gate, panoramic sunroof, navigation, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go as well as parking assist. Leather seats, a B&O premium sound system, chrome exhaust tips, USB-A and -C charging ports, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, as well as leather-trimmed sport contoured bucket seats.
LASTLY: Ford has taken something good and made it better. At least that’s the way we see it when it comes to the all-new 2020 Ford Escape.
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