2014 Ford EscapeMark Bush - Santa Ana, CA08/08/2016
Reliability, decent mileage, lots of technology, nice leather seats (easy to clean), love the seat and mirror position memory (my wife has her settings and I have mine), Bluetooth connectivity is automatic and very clear, rear view camera has very wide angle lens to see everything behind you, Sport mode holds gears longer and shifts more quickly, etc., etc., etc. Only "negative" is that the 1.6L Ecoboost engine is a little under-powered for a vehicle of this weight but it does OK.
2014 Ford EscapeJeff Bittleston - Bakersfield, CA03/25/2016
The Ford escape is comfortable to drive around town or on long trips. I can get about 23-24 mpg city and about 27 mpg highway. My son has a 2005 with over 300,000 miles on it. Aside from regular maintenance, it had the transmission replaced not long ago, still going strong.
Great Little SUV - Love It
2012 Ford EscapeDani Paxson - Playa del Rey, CA08/11/2016
Luxury features (leather seats, seat warmers, Bluetooth, Sirius satellite radio, multiple power seat adjustments, sun roof, etc.) for a reasonable price
Large enough cargo space for active/outdoor toys without the size of a large SUV
In this article, we share some of the highlights of this very capable compact SUV/crossover. Family-friendly features include comfortable seating for five and all-wheel drive (in some versions), plus an average price of $17,079.
With so many options for families on the roads today, CarMax is here to help guide you on your search for your next family car. This article covers a list of some of the best SUVs, sedans and minivans for families of all sizes.