2013 Ford EscapeDan Butler - Mesquite, TX10/14/2016
Too much stuff on it that's hard to figure out. The radio system and phone system instructions aren't written for the average person. The car rides good. The battery and certain areas of the engine are very hard to access. Even the dipstick comes out crooked because of poor access. It gets ok gas mileage. The controls are hard to figure out and operate.
Very good vehicle, comfortable and easy to drive.
2014 Ford EscapeMike Jackiw - Wonder Lake, IL03/23/2017
I'm a pretty large guy and have driven trucks (Ramcharger, Tahoe, Suburban) my entire life. I've driven smaller vehicles including a 2003 Escape which I found pretty nice. Well after looking at this one I realized I was very comfortable in it, it had nice features (loaded really), and as I drive a lot saves money with gas and for winter the 4WD is a lifesaver.
2014 Ford Escape
2014 Ford EscapeBeth S - Racine, WI04/23/2017
Adding this car to our household has allowed to have more flexibility with our traveling and packing. We have a child plus a dog so they take up the backseat. The Escape gives us more cargo room in case we need to pack extra bags or guitars. Also, I love the Bluetooth/sync technology.
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