2020 Ford Escape Model Review

27/33  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.1  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
30.7-65.4  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2020 Ford Escape?

The new and improved 2020 Ford Escape is set to hit the markets in the fall, and it is going to up the ante of the current state of competition in the world of automobiles. This is the fourth generation of the Escape from ford, and it is certainly not falling short from the standards one comes to expect from the vehicle.

This year's Ford escape differs from the previous model in quite a few departments. To begin with, the build of this year's model is relatively longer, wider, and lower. The result is a beltline that is lower and outward visibility that is greater due to the larger windows incorporated. However, despite the build incorporating more, the weight of the car is actually less, which can be credited to the new and improved high-strength steel structure of the car.


2020 Ford Escape Interior

The Ford Escape Has Many Features Across Several Trims

The 2020 Ford Escape comes in multiple trims, namely, S, SE, hybrid-only SE Sport, SEL, and Titanium, each offering something for the value. However, here are some amazing features you get regardless of the one you pick. The vehicle comes with 60/40 split-fold seats in the back, with a sliding feature that allows for variable cargo space. It comes with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster meter, which allows you to modify its look and also shows you the multiple modes that the vehicle can switch between including Eco, Sport, Normal, Slippery, and Deep Snow/San, each designed for different environments. It also has what Ford calls a Panoramic vista roof, which is only available on the SE, SEL and Titanium models.

What's Under the Hood of the 2020 Escape?

2020 Ford EscapeThere are two variable power options with the different trims of the vehicle. The base model has a turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-three-cylinder, which allows it to capture a horsepower of 181 coupled with a 190 lb-ft of torque. The next option available, though, is much more attractive, which includes a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four-cylinder. This helps the vehicle reach a maximum horsepower of 280 coupled with a 280 lb-ft of torque. However, both options provide more than satisfactory performance in terms of everything you've come to expect from Ford.

2020 Ford Escape has an Abundance of Safety Features

2020 Ford EscapeSafety is given special care in the new 2020 Ford Escape as it comes with the Ford Co-Pilot360 Technology. This special driver assisting technology provides several preventive measures such as Pre-Collision Assist that incorporates Automatic Emergency Braking and Lane-Keeping System. It also incorporates a special light that informs you about vehicles behind you in your blind spot; this is known as cross-traffic alert. It also has something known as the evasive steering assist, which provides extra support when you have to maneuver the vehicle out of a potential collision.

In conclusion, the new and improved 2020 Ford Escape delivers various impressive features in all departments and various options to choose from for all the potential customers making this new installment in the Ford Escape series one to look forward to as it hits the markets.


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