2014 Ford EscapeMary Cagle - Marietta, GA05/12/2016
I bought this vehicle for ease of getting in and out. For an older person, like myself, or someone with arthertis or other mobility problem this is perfect. It is a beautiful vehicle and gets really good mileage, especially on the road. Wish I had bought this vehicle long ago. My father told me when I bought my first Ford in 1954 to always by a Ford and I would have no problems. Wish man!
Good budget car
2014 Ford EscapeJulie W - San Diego, CA09/16/2016
I would recommend this car to someone who doesn't have a large family (1 or 2 kids at most) and is trying to get a lot for the price. This car way outdoes the non-SE version of the car as far as features and look. Unfortunately the back barely fits my double stroller and not much else, and there is only air in the front, not the back of the car. Otherwise I like the storage in the center console but the glove compartment is a joke and hard to reach. The nice thing about the car is that it does provide much more space than a sedan without being too long of a vehicle.
Mini SUV & ALL luxury!
2010 Ford EscapeW. L. Coston, Jr. - Rockwall, TX10/09/2016
The Escape model is a smaller version of a 'full size' SUV which makes it easier for parking & maneuverability in traffic. The foot rails, sunroof, leather/heated seats, DVD system in head rests, satellite radio & cargo cover make this vehicle simply incredible!
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