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2019 Ford Escape Model Review

22/29  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.1  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
34-68  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Ford Escape Model?

The 2019 Ford Escape maintains its sophisticated design without changing much from its past models. However, some of the lower trim levels are gaining more standard features, including a keyless remote start. You can expect the same great features on the interior of the Escape that make it look less like an SUV and more like a luxury sedan. Further, the exterior has a lot of sleek curves. As for the ride, it's more like a hatchback than a truck.

2019 Ford Escape

Four Choice Trims & Appealing Features

There are four trim levels for the Escape, including the S, SE, SEL, and Titanium. The S offers a number of standard features including integrated blind spot mirrors, 60/40 split-fold-flat rear seat backs, SYNC communication and entertainment system, and much more.

The SE begins to get fancier with a 1.5 L EcoBoost engine, adaptive cruise control, and optional intelligent 4WD system. There is also a number of other optional features within the SE. The SEL offers even more, including a reverse sensing system, optional 18-inch aluminum wheels, and SYNC 3 as a standard feature.

The Titanium goes above and beyond with a 2.0L Twin Scroll EcoBoost engine, 18-inch aluminum wheels with an option of 19-inch ones, a heated steering wheel, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. There are also some incredible features that are optional within many of the higher level trims, including cargo mats, remote start systems, panoramic vista roofs, and an interior cargo cover.

Various packages can also be added to enhance the driving experience. This includes a "Sport Appearance" package for the SE, which provides 19-inch ebony black aluminum wheels, LED signature lighting on the headlamps, LED tail lamps, a glossy upper grille, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and various other amenities.

Ford Escape Power & Performance

2019 Ford EscapeThe horsepower varies based on the trim level because of the different engines. For example, the 2019 Ford Escape S offers 168 HP at 4500 RPM while the Ford Escape Titanium offers 245 HP at 3000 RPM. All of them offer a friend-wheel drive with a 15.7-gallon fuel tank. The recommended fuel type is regular unleaded for all of the trim levels with the exception of the Titanium, which recommends premium unleaded. Join us today for a test drive and learn why this vehicle should be your next consideration.

What are the Vehicle Safety Features?

2019 Ford EscapeFord has gone out of its way to create a number of safety features within the 2019 Escape. This includes a personal safety system with dual-stage driver and front-passenger airbags, a driver knee airbag, head restraints, and height-adjustable three-point safety belts. Drivers can also look forward to an SOS post-crash alert system, tire pressure monitoring system, and a safety canopy system. When there are children in the car, there are also lower anchors and tether anchors for children (LATCH).

Take a better look at the 2019 Ford Escape by visiting us at Serramonte Ford today! Get behind the wheel and take on the road with a test drive. Our expert staff members can help you schedule your appointment as well as find the perfect Escape to fit your wants and needs. Call or visit us today!

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