Used 2013 Ford Escape for Sale
2013 Ford Escape SE
Free Shipping from CarMax Laurel, MD
2013 Ford Escape SEL
Free Shipping from CarMax White Marsh, MD
2013 Ford Escape SE
$99 Shipping from CarMax Lancaster, PA
2013 Ford Escape SEL
Only available at CarMax Virginia Beach, VA
2013 Ford Escape SE
Coming soon to CarMax King of Prussia, PA
2013 Ford Escape Titanium
Coming soon to CarMax Turnersville, NJ
About the 2013 Ford Escape
The 2013 Ford Escape is a crossover SUV that offers seating for up to five passengers. Available for sale in four trim configurations and with multiple add-on packages, the 2013 Escape is a great choice if you're in the market for a smaller SUV that doesn't compromise on passenger comfort or clever storage space. With three different engine configurations, optional all-wheel drive, and up to 68.1 cubic feet of space, the 2013 Escape has a lot to offer. This sleek crossover SUV is a great choice for the daily commuter, the occasional road-tripper, and every driver in between.
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Q: What engine does the 2013 Ford Escape have?
A: There are three different engine options for sale on the 2013 Escape, with availability varying based on trim. The 2013 Escape base S trim, for example, comes standard with a 2.5L, four-cylinder engine at 168 horsepower. Meanwhile, the SE and SEL trims come with a turbocharged 1.6L, four-cylinder engine at 178 horsepower. The top-tier Titanium trim is equipped with a turbocharged 2.0L, four-cylinder engine at 240 horsepower.
Q: Does the 2013 Ford Escape have turbo?
A: Yes, all engine configurations on the Ford Escape except for the 2.5L, four-cylinder engine on the base S trim are turbocharged.
Q: Is the 2013 Ford Escape front-wheel drive?
A: This depends on the trim selected. The base S trim is only available in front-wheel drive, whereas every other trim (SE, SEL, and Titanium) come standard with front-wheel drive but are also available in all-wheel drive configurations.
2013 Ford Escape Trim Configurations
The 2013 Ford Escape is offered in four trim configurations, with additional package options also available in some trims.
Ford Escape S
• 17-inch wheels
• six-speaker sound system
• power accessories
• air conditioning
• cruise control
Ford Escape SE
• 17-inch alloy wheels
• keyless entry
• steering-wheel audio functions
• four-inch information display screen
• automatic headlights
Ford Escape SEL
• dual-zone climate control
• leather upholstery
• heated front seats
• upgraded nine-speaker sound system
• ambient cabin lighting
Ford Escape Titanium
• 19-inch wheels
• keyless entry/ignition with remote start
• upgraded leather upholstery
• premium Sony sound system
Package options for sale and individual add-ons vary by trim. The SE trim, for example, offers standalone add-ons that include a panoramic sunroof, navigation system, power liftgate, and larger 18-inch wheels. The SEL has an optional Technology Package that adds such features as remote start, HD radio, hands-free liftgate, and keyless ignition/entry.
Available only on the Titanium trim is the Titanium Technology Package, which adds a roof rack, reverse park assist technology, a hands-free liftgate, and more.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2013 Ford Escape. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit nhtsa.gov/recalls to look up a specific vehicle.
Reviews for 2013 Ford Escape
Lemon - Carmax doesn't care
Had car for 2 weeks before the issues started. Carmax "fixed" the problem 5 separate times only to keep having the same issues. They offered to buy it back after 2 months for 4k less than what I had just paid them.
- Seat Comfort: literally the only decent thing about it, and only because I had to pick a "pro"
- Reliability: would randomly decide not to start, no mechanic or carmax could find the issue.
Hmmmmm - Not too pleased
I wouldn't recommend this car because the seating is not comfortable. Also, my stereo system is terrible and the voice command is always messing up. I'm not sure if I was sold a lemon but I'm not happy. The gas mileage is terrible!!! I feel like I have to get gas every 2-3 days. Oh and the paneling is coming off. The car makes noises and I'm just not happy. Lastly, it takes a while for the A/C to get cold. It seems like something is blocking the A/C vents. I still have my 2006 Hyundai which runs great. I'm thinking of parking the Ford and hopping back into my Sonata!
- Styling: n/a
- Power: n/a
- Braking: n/a
- Seat Comfort: n/a
- Fuel Economy: n/a
- Value: n/a
Great car for anyone
The car is easy to get into and out of from all 4-doors. The back seats fold down for plenty of loading space. The secret door in the floor is nice, although small. The storage under the spare tire is perfect for keeping things in place. The large front window give plenty of room to see the entire front of the vehicle and there are no blind spots. The cons is that the front seat does sit in an area that causes a blind space. The seatbelts are difficult to replace into the slots in the back seats when they are put back up. The main screen is bright and easy to see but not easy to use. Not very friendly with those who are not familiar with technology. The hands-free phone is nice when it works. The voice command does not always work.
- Fuel Economy: Gets about 23 mph in the city
- Dashboard: Hard to use the touch controls
- Visibility: Passenger front seat make a blind area
This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.