2012 Ford EscapeHannah Miller - Jacksonville, FL01/03/2017
You cannot role down the windows without hearing all around pressure inside and outside the vehicle. It's hard to explain it unless you've driven or been inside the vehicle plenty of times. This is the only car that I get car sick in either in the passenger seat or the back seats, and it's not just me who has felt this way. I don't know why, but I won't even be doing anything like reading to make me sick, it's just being in the car for a long time. say a half an hour to feel this way. Another con for me (even though it's a safety precaution, which I understand) is that you can only connect your phone through bluetooth when you're at a complete stop or parked, the passenger cannot do it for you while you're driving.
Great car, Great value
2016 Ford EscapeFred Neuman - Rutherfordton, NC01/16/2017
The car rides very well and it is great on gas. We purchased the 4 cylinder with the Eco Boost Engine. We recently took a long trip and averaged over 28 miles to the gallon. The interior is roomy and it has great driver side leg room which is important to someone who is 6'5' tall with long legs. After doing research, we found this model Escape has more front passenger leg room then the same year model Ford Edge which is slightly larger than the Ford Escape. The leg room is comparable to the much larger Ford Explorer. We are extremely happy with our purchase.
SUV style, sedan mpg
2013 Ford EscapeTimothy Baker - Leesburg, VA09/10/2016
This car is great. Has all the features you would want and need. It has the capacity of most SUVs in the same range, but has really good gas mileage in my honest opinion. I get about 20-22 mpg on a good day, which gives me a range of 280-330 mpg. It really depends on your aggressiveness with the gas, but it has good range. The cabin is very quiet, and you can feel how your car is driving, but don't feel the small bumps like many older cars.
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