2017 Ford Escape smart crossover with new technology and EcoBoost engines has Start-Stop Technology to help SUV to save fuel and have comfortable driving.
2017 Ford Escape Review
2017 Ford Escape comes with new six-sided mask similar like models Edge and Fusion. Inside the mask there are two horizontal bars holding the blue oval. The exterior has also been upgraded with HID headlights and LED daytime running lights and fog lights below the headlights. The lights take sharp, angular shape. The bumper who been equipped with a huge center cut-out with two small hollows. On the front side he has also front parking sensors and low-mounted air deflectors for the front wheels. At the back, this SUV received new taillights. The vehicle also has dual exhaust tips under the bumper and a 2” trailer hitch receiver. Inside, 2017 Ford Escape brings few main changes. This model has a larger, more comfortable armrest, superior ventilation and a swing-bin glove box. Main news is the current version of the SYNC infotainment system will be updated. This system connecting your world with advanced communications and infotainment features. Upgrade to available SYNC 3 and enjoy enhanced performance, voice-recognition technology, larger 8-inch LCD touch screen and interface. With a SYNC Connect-equipped vehicle, you can use FordPassTM to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features such as start, lock and unlock and vehicle status including fuel level and approximate mileage. You can also schedule specific times to remotely start your vehicle so it’s ready to hit the road as soon as you are.
2017 Ford Escape EcoBoost Engine
2017 Ford Escape offers three engines. 2.5-liter i-VCT naturally aspirated engine for model S. The available 1.5L EcoBoost iVCT wich produce 180 horsepower and 185 pound-feet of torque and 2.0L EcoBoost with twin-scroll turbocharger with 245 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque. EcoBoost engines feature fuel-saving and emissions-conscious Auto Start-Stop Technology – City/Hwy 21/29 EPA-Est. MPG. Ford is likely to stick with its 6-speed automatic transmission. New Escape 2017 with 2.0 engine will have acceleration from 0-60 mph for about 9.5 seconds with an estimated top speed of about 125 mph.
2017 Ford Escape Price, Release date and Competitors
2017 Ford Escape will arrive to dealer showrooms by start 2017. Price likely starts around $30,000. The Escape remains in the thick of the fight with rivals like the 2017 Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and 2017 BMW X1.