2012 Ford F150Glenn Carvin - Capistrano Beach, CA08/31/2015
I bought this truck because I needed the power to pull an 8500 pound trailer. The Ecoboost turbo handles it with ease. Decent everyday mileage for a pickup, 17.5 (with stringent Calif smog equipment). Smooth and quiet ride. Even smoother when towing. Nice features. Only drawback seems to be an occasional hard downshift at very low speeds, like going over speed bumps in parking lots. But it has over 100k miles, so stuff happens. Overall, very happy with it.
2013 Escape runs great on long road trips
2013 Ford EscapeJessie - visalia, CA04/24/2015
I bought the Escape a year and half ago and it's ran really well. Drove from central CA to Tuscon, Grand Canyon and then central CA to Vancouver, Canada.
I find it to be very comfortable. I can get in and out my car easily. Just enough space for passengers. Back seats will go down for extra trunk space. Driving and turning is like a coupe. Really easy to get use to.
Mine has Microsoft sync technology. I can connect an Ipod through USB or stream music through my cell phone on the Bluetooth. Also voice control to select music or control A/C heating.
The only con I have on my escape is the estimated gas mileage. It says it's about 33mpg on the highway but I only get 26-27. This is my only reason I didn't give my review 5 stars.
FORD: Fix of Repair Daily!
2013 Ford EscapeNancy Holland - Fresno, CA03/28/2016
I loved the look of the 2013, Ford Escape. When I drove it the first time, I thought that it was a really fun car to drive. It was clean and had all of the features I was looking for in a car� However, I purchased the car in November of 2015; I sold the car February 13, 2016. In that time, I learned that FORD stood for, �Fix or Repair Daily�; because, in the time that I owned the car, it was towed twice. It had service or repair issues at least four times! The Check Engine light kept coming on, so I took it back to Car Max. The reality was, the car was at Car Max almost � of the time that I owned it. On February 13, 2016, I traded the car in for a brand new Jeep! I haven�t looked back since!
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