2020 Ford Escape Review
2020 Ford Escape Test Drive
The big news from Ford for the 2001 model year was the release of the Ford Escape, a compact sport utility vehicle available in two trim levels, the XLS and XLT. Both have a 2.0-liter inline-four-cylinder engine with 127 horsepower. Although it's an SUV, the Ford Escape is designed more for on-road use than off. Also new for the model year is the Ford Explorer Sport Trac, a which takes the familiar styling of the Ford Explorer and weds it to a pickup truck...
The 2001 Ford Crown Victoria is a mid-size family car offering 175-235 horsepower on a 4-speed automatic transmission system. A blend of luxury and practicality help it appeal to budget-conscious buyers.
The 2001 Ford Crown Victoria Police Pkg is a mid-size car with multiple modifications designed specifically for law enforcement, including improved brakes, a heavy-duty frame, and a larger fuel tank.
The 2001 Ford Econoline Wagon is a full-size passenger van with seating for up to 15 passengers, making it a top choice for groups or particularly large families.
The 2001 Ford Escape is a compact sport utility vehicle that offers solid mileage from a mid-size fuel tank, giving it both the power and the endurance for mid-range off-road trips.
The 2001 Ford Escort is a compact car with a 130 horsepower engine and excellent mileage. Together, these help it power through city driving and mid-range highway commutes.
The 2001 Ford Excursion is a large sport utility vehicle with generous cargo space. A gargantuan 44-gallon gas tank gives it incredible range for an SUV.
The 2001 Ford Expedition is a mid-size sport utility vehicle with a large gas tank, moderate mileage, and the ability to tow up to 8,100 behind it.
The 2001 Ford Explorer is a standard sport utility vehicle with solid mileage and towing capacity, making it a contender for families who want a little bit of everything at a fair price.
The 2001 Ford Explorer Sport is a smaller sport utility vehicle with a 17.5-gallon tank and 18/22 mileage, giving it both the range and the power to carry moderate loads for long trips.
The 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac is a pickup truck with a small bed and a large passenger cabin. Improved towing capacity makes it a bit better for carrying cargo than the regular Explorer Sport.
The 2001 Ford F-150 is a small pickup truck capable of towing up to 8,800 lbs. A 24.5-30-gallon tank gives it an impressive range to go along with its moderate fuel economy.
The 2001 Ford F-150 SuperCrew is a passenger-focused pickup truck capable of towing up to 8,000 pounds and carrying cargo in a 67.2" bed. A 25-gallon tank gives it a similar range to the standard F-150.
The 2001 Ford Focus is an efficient, compact car with a 13.2-gallon tank that helps it support both long commutes and casual excursions around town.
The 2001 Ford Mustang is a stylish sports car offering up to 320 horsepower from an engine much larger than most cars its size have. Impressive mileage, despite its power, ensures that longer trips are possible.
The 2001 Ford Ranger is a mid-size pickup truck with solid fuel economy and the ability to tow up to 6,060 lbs, making it a top contender for truck drivers who focus on lighter loads.
The 2001 Ford Super Duty F-250 is a powerful working truck with up to 260 horsepower from a 5.4L engine and seating for up to 6 passengers. Standard equipment like aid conditioning and running boards make work trips easier.
The 2001 Ford Super Duty F-350 DRW is a towing-focused pickup truck with dual rear wheels, cruise control, power accessories, and a large 5.4L engine.
The 2001 Ford Super Duty F-350 SRW is a working truck with single rear wheels (unlike the DRW model), a 260-horsepower engine, and a 5-speed manual transmission for maximum control on rough terrain.
The 2001 Ford Taurus is a mid-size family car designed for owners who want a solid blend of power, performance, and affordability in one reliable package.
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