2017 Ford Escape ratings and reviews

The 2017 Ford Escape has three trims: the S, SE, and Titanium. The SE and Titanium can fit either 4WD or FWd whereas the S can only fit FWD. All of the trims are equipped with a color touchscreen, parking camera, Bluetooth integration, audio system, adjustable front seating, 17-inch steel wheels, remote entry, and splitting/folding rear seats. The Titanium can be upgraded with GPS, fog lights, satellite radio, a sunroof, roof rails, xenon headlights, collision mitigation systems, pedestrian avoidance systems, and two-zone climate control. All of the trims are build around the 2017 Ford Escape’s 2.5L four-cylinder engine which is capable of producing 168 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque when revving at its engine’s maximum safe rpm level. The basic trim can be upgraded with most of the cargo enhancements of the higher level trims but it can’t equip most of the aesthetic improvements which the Titanium can purchase.

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The 2017 Ford Escape has three trims: the S, SE, and Titanium. The SE and Titanium can fit either 4WD or FWd whereas the S can only fit FWD. All of the trims are equipped with a color touchscreen, parking camera, Bluetooth integration, audio system, adjustable front seating, 17-inch steel wheels, remote entry, and splitting/folding rear seats. The Titanium can be upgraded with GPS, fog lights, satellite radio, a sunroof, roof rails, xenon headlights, collision mitigation systems, pedestrian avoidance systems, and two-zone climate control. All of the trims are build around the 2017 Ford Escape’s 2.5L four-cylinder engine which is capable of producing 168 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque when revving at its engine’s maximum safe rpm level. The basic trim can be upgraded with most of the cargo enhancements of the higher level trims but it can’t equip most of the aesthetic improvements which the Titanium can purchase.




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