2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost




2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

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  • The Escape is a compact crossover slotting under the midsize Ford Edge and sold in S, SE, and Titanium grades. It is available with three four-cylinder.

    It shows with Escape's Euro-inspired aesthetics. Rear shot of the Ford Escape SE EcoBoost. What looks to be a conservative.

    Ford Escape SE 4WD EcoBoost. Ford . Escape SE 4WD models can be had with the L or L Ecoboost engines. Finally.

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    It feels smaller in part because the roofline curves down deeply toward the rear of the car. A base model it may be, but it still packs loads of standard features. As you climb the trims, the standard equipment increases, from manual cloth seats and air conditioning, a 6-speaker audio system, and a manual liftgate to full leather-trimmed seats with heated, power-adjustable front buckets and a liftgate that opens with a wiggle of a foot under the rear bumper. Report LoriAakre6 Have just about miles on my Escape and the milage sucks. Priced at PhP 1,,, the Escape SE is certainly quite the contender in the entry-level compact crossover range.

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    Ford Escape | Pricing, Ratings & Reviews | Kelley Blue Book

    The Ford Escape started life as a boxy, earnest little compact crossover. Its market niche grew up around it, and so the Escape has become stylish and refined. Crossover vehicles are the hottest segment on the face of the earth. The Escape, now in its third generation, is slickly styled. Earlier models were boxy with a character that leaned toward utility. Ford has taken the Escape upscale.

    More modern looks move the Escape away from being a truck substitute. It feels smaller in part because the roofline curves down deeply toward the rear of the car. The interior feels more intimate because of a higher beltline and more cockpit-like layout. The numbers show a slight reduction in space; passenger volume is down from cubic feet to 98 cubic feet, though total cargo area is up to The Ford Escape has three trim levels: S, SE, and Titanium. The Escape S has a 2. As you climb the trims, the standard equipment increases, from manual cloth seats and air conditioning, a 6-speaker audio system, and a manual liftgate to full leather-trimmed seats with heated, power-adjustable front buckets and a liftgate that opens with a wiggle of a foot under the rear bumper.

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    The EcoBoost engine family makes use of turbocharging and direct injection to deliver big power from small packages. The Escape can be equipped with one of three engines; a 2. The Escape SE I drove carried the 2. Both EcoBoost engines deliver their power over a wide range of engine speeds, mimicking a much larger engine. Despite the high compression and turbocharging, all Escapes require only regular fuel. Fuel economy came in around The EPA estimates the Escape with the 2.

    The more you dip into the power, the thirstier the Escape is. It's not hard to dip mileage into the teens. The transmission is a 6-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive is standard, with AWD available as an option. The transmission allows manual gear selection with buttons on the side of the shifter and jumps for the highest gear possible when left in Drive. It never feels underpowered, but that can goad you into using more power than you actually need, dinging fuel efficiency.

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    The suspension of the Escape can keep up with the big EcoBoost's power, too. While the Escape is not the sports car of its segment—that crown goes to the Mazda CX-5—it is exceptionally stable and confident. The Escape hits the high points with comfortable seats, a decent amount of cargo space, and a rear seat that fits people comfortably.

    In terms of head- and legroom, the Escape measures up well against the Honda CR-V, a long-time favorite of buyers. The Escape does offer less room behind the rear seats than the Honda, but it still does better than many other vehicles in the class.

    The cabin of the Escape is quiet, creating a hushed atmosphere at most speeds. The design of the dashboard is busy and modern, with lots of angles and layers. The materials are a mix of nice and acceptable. Interior color schemes are limited to black or gray, in cloth, partial leather, or leather, depending on the trim level you select.

    2015 Ford Escape Se Ecoboost

    The selection is very limited, and that might be disappointing if you like to play interior decorator with your vehicle. Those buttons can be a distraction until you become familiar with them, and the Escape I drove also had a lot of extra buttons on the steering wheel itself. MyFordTouch takes some getting used to as well, so expect a learning curve.

    Ford has hung its hat on delivering a lot of technology in all its vehicles, and the Escape is no different. It may be a simple feature, but the foot-activated tailgate is thoughtful and will see a lot of use. MyFordTouch divides the central display screen into quadrants and makes it easy to find information about entertainment, vehicle controls, communication, and navigation.

    2014 Ford Escape - Review & Test Drive



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