2015 Ford Escape
11,663 Miles
$21,499

Superior, WI
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2016 Ford Escape
40,903 Miles
$20,990

Bend, OR
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2012 Ford Escape
65,463 Miles
$14,599

Superior, WI
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2016 Ford Escape
5,415 Miles
$22,990

Bend, OR
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2015 Ford Escape
48,648 Miles
$17,995

Medford, OR
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2014 Ford Escape
26,846 Miles
$17,499

Superior, WI
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2015 Ford Escape
52,180 Miles
$15,490

Federal Heights, CO
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2017 Ford Escape
24,687 Miles
$25,249

Missoula, MT
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2016 Ford Escape
24,954 Miles
$20,900

Conway, AR
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2016 Ford Escape
28,006 Miles
$20,750

Conway, AR
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2017 Ford Escape
24,761 Miles
$24,995

Missoula, MT
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2014 Ford Escape
18,456 Miles
$17,950

Conway, AR
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2012 Ford Escape
108,435 Miles
$12,900

Conway, AR
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2015 Ford Escape
35,350 Miles
$18,750

Conway, AR
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2012 Ford Escape
112,706 Miles
$11,441

Olive Branch, MS
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2010 Ford Escape
102,381 Miles
$12,641

Olive Branch, MS
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2014 Ford Escape
17,691 Miles
$15,991

Olive Branch, MS
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2016 Ford Escape
16,741 Miles
$17,741

Olive Branch, MS
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2015 Ford Escape
30,597 Miles
$17,741

Olive Branch, MS
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2015 Ford Escape
13,250 Miles
$17,991

Olive Branch, MS
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Ford Escape Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.1
Performance
3.7
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.6
Maintenance
4.2

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Ford Escape Owner Ratings & Reviews

2008 Ford Escape - This vehicle has been dependable.

Wake Forest, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I own a 2008 Ford Escape. This has been an excellent vehicle that has been through a lot. I drive this vehicle many miles a day to work each day. It currently has 166,000 miles and is still running smoothly. The interior of the car still looks fairly new. The seats which are not leather, resist stains very well. I have a basset hound that rides in the backseat each day and the seats vacuum up very well. I would also give the stereo system a high rating. The speakers are clear and make you feel immersed in the music you are playing. However, I wish the vehicle had blue tooth built in. I would consider this a negative. I also give high marks to the amount of space in the rear compartment. I am easily able to fit an industrial size vacuum and all types of other cleaning products with spac... (more)
Story
I have had many great experiences with this car. One particular experience that comes to mind is putting my dog, a basset hound, in the backseat and having my partner in the passenger seat, and driving down the beach on a cool, fall day. I knew I didn't have to worry about the sand getting in the car from my dog because the car is very easy to clean.
Pros
It has lasted a very long time...166,000 Miles. The upholstery resists stains, even under tough circumstances. The body of the car stands up to hits and dings. The sound system has excellent quality. It has lots of space in the rear compartment.
Cons
Gas mileage could be better. It is lacking built in blue tooth capability.

2012 Ford Escape - Ford Escape

Wilton, Iowa
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I purchased a 2012 Ford Escape Limited Edition brand new in 2012 and am extremely satisfied with its performance. I am a single grandmother and the space is ideal for me and my family. I enjoy being able to haul many things without having many issues. There are several perks to owning this vehicle such as handling in everyday road use, and handling in snow and bad weather conditions. The gas mileage is average for a smaller SUV. I average 22-27 mpg city/highway driving. The pick up power, when passing, is peppy and quick to respond. Interior design is comfortable, roomy and elegant. I love the stone leather interior. The color doesn't show dust and dirt like black interior and the leather is so easy to maintain. This SUV is classy and stylish. Parking is a breeze because of i... (more)
Story
I guess the most memorable story is being able drive on snowy roads and feeling comfortable while others are slipping and spinning.
Pros
My SUV is easy to drive, I love the way it handles. Here are the positive things: * handling * gas mileage * leg room * hauling capability * comfort in riding * powerful air conditioning * lift gate options
Cons
There is only one thing that I don't like about my vehicle and that is the road noise from the tires. I have 51,000 miles and around 45,000 I began noticing the road noise from the tires. I have had the tires rotated with each oil change (every 5,000 miles) but the noise has developed anyway.

2013 Ford Escape - Love it!

El Paso, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
Rented the SE trim once and loved it so bought an SEL (slightly used) and have never loved a car more. I've had it for three years and have had no real trouble with it. I had a Ford Thunderbird (95) years ago and hated it. That along with Fords that my friends and family had owned had convinced me to never like or buy Ford again. But when they went through their redesign in 2012-2013, they improved a lot of what I didn't like. Having been able to test drive a 2013 Escape I was completely won over. I never thought I'd own another Ford, and now I love it.
Story
I've often complained about women who drive SUVs in my town. It's extremely common and frankly, most women try to drive their SUVs, esp. the large ones, just as they would a small car, which you can't do. Therefore I've made it a point, now that I'm a woman with an SUV in this city, to drive it as one...taking special consideration on turns, parking, etc. and other challenges unique to SUVs a... (more)
Pros
The Escape was reasonably priced and the SEL trim offers lots of great features that I love like the beautiful interior and instrument panels, leather seats, MyFord Touch, etc. Even the base model has a lot to offer with Bluetooth and very comfortable seating. There's a lot of room and a feeling of modern luxury I found lacking in similar models like the Mazda CX-5. There's enough power in the EcoBoost engine to give it a lot of get-up-and-go but keeping the mileage manageable. Very smooth and extremely quiet ride, too. I also love the 2 USB ports, AV outlet, and backseat outlet as well as... (more)
Cons
Engine compartment is a nightmare if you want to check your own battery. Half of it is buried beneath the windshield. The tank is very small as well (15 gallons) which is the same as my previous car (Chrysler PT Cruiser). While that makes trips to the pump cheaper, it also makes them more frequent. The plastic cover on the interior of the gate is also not fixed on well and came unattached at the handle within a year.