2014 Ford Escape
45,554 Miles
$21,995

Milford, DE
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2014 Ford Escape
34,664 Miles
$18,000

Asheboro, NC
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2014 Ford Escape
19,218 Miles
$18,191

Ankeny, IA
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2014 Ford Escape
36,713 Miles
$19,991

Ankeny, IA
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2015 Ford Escape
18,461 Miles
$23,491

Ankeny, IA
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2014 Ford Escape
44,545 Miles
$19,592

Dover, DE
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2014 Ford Escape
14,777 Miles
$19,301

Ankeny, IA
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2017 Ford Escape
16 Miles
$23,900

Mendota, IL
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2014 Ford Escape
11,097 Miles
$20,000

Mechanicsville, VA
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2014 Ford Escape
24,215 Miles
$19,000

Mechanicsville, VA
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2015 Ford Escape
10,049 Miles
$21,000

Mechanicsville, VA
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2014 Ford Escape
35,472 Miles
$17,000

Mechanicsville, VA
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2016 Ford Escape
43,449 Miles
$24,999

Rock Springs, WY
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2015 Ford Escape
7,224 Miles
$28,900

Cody, WY
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2009 Ford Escape
123,705 Miles
$7,500

Zelienople, PA
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2014 Ford Escape
37,415 Miles
$17,721

Adamsburg, PA
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2014 Ford Escape
20,801 Miles
$17,599

Adamsburg, PA
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2013 Ford Escape
64,823 Miles
$16,995

Adamsburg, PA
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2012 Ford Escape
86,255 Miles
$11,000

Lawrence, MA
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2016 Ford Escape
6,867 Miles
$18,998

Decatur, AL
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Ford Escape Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.1
Performance
3.7
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.6
Maintenance
4.2

Ford Escape Pricing Analysis

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March 2017 Nationwide Ford Escape Prices

Ford Escape Owner Ratings & Reviews

2013 Ford Escape - Ford Escape is almost perfect

El Paso, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
I used to be very against Fords. Their designs were bad and their performance was worse. I owned a Thunderbird in the '90s and despised it, especially its unattractive body and costly repairs needed. As with my '90s Fords, the thermostat was a huge pain to deal with. Then, in 2013, Ford did a major overhaul on their fleet. The care that went into it shows.
Story
It's allowed me to pass annoyingly slow drivers, who drive 15 mph under the speed limit, with great gusto.
Pros
The Ford Escape is one of the bigger beneficiaries of the redesign, losing the stale, predictable body style and going for a sleeker, more modern and aerodynamic style. The interior on the SEL has some awesome features like the MyFord Touch, leather seats, great connectivity options, etc. Plus, it's roomy and just feels great to be in. The vehicle, after 3 years, still runs very well. The Eco Boost engine is turbo-powered, which is fun to mess around with. The vehicle handles well overall. It's a very smooth ride, as I've been told by several passengers.
Cons
There have been a few recalls on it, and I've had to have the latches replaced on both back doors as both would stop closing shut all of a sudden... luckily in a safe place, and not while driving. There are some cosmetic issues such as the clips and other things that fasten it all together are cheaply made and not big enough to bear their burden such as with the skid cover, overhead console and gate handle. In terms of performance, the gas mileage leaves a lot to be desired. When I first bought the car, lightly used, I was getting 26 miles to the gallon. Even that wasn't great, but a lot b... (more)

2013 Ford Escape - Reliable and Enjoyable

Yarmouth, Maine
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
Our Escape has proved to be highly functional for my family of four, in many different conditions. We have packed it to the gills. We have driven it on wilderness roads and beaches. We have taken it through some serious snow, as we live in Maine. Through all of this, it has performed admirably and has only needed routine maintenance as it now approaches 40,000 miles. The one downside is that it does ride a bit on the loud and rough side when traveling on the highway.
Story
We took the Escape to go camping on the coast, and we packed every square inch of this baby! (Note: Our first time camping with two small kids. Packing will be more strategic next time.) The road to our site was always quite interesting, as it had some major ditches and holes we had to navigate. All turned out well, though! The Escape took it like a champ... And our kids loved camping!
Pros
On the plus side, there are a number of items that have us pleased. First, the gas mileage has been solid and easily as advertised, holding steady at 26 mpg. Second, it has easily taken on all driving condition challenges we've presented it. Third, even though it's on the smaller side of the SUV market, it has provided ample space for my family. Fourth, the Bluetooth system Sync works fairly well, though it can be a bit complicated at times to get music playing via the iPhone. Other than that, the Bluetooth performs quite well.
Cons
On the negative side, the biggest item that sticks out is the sound. A number of other SUVs, including bigger ones like the Honda Pilot, ride significantly quieter than our Escape. The only other negative item is that sometimes the Sync system gets a bit quirky with music playback from the USB port.

2008 Ford Escape - Great starter car!

Macon, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
This was my first car and has been a wonderful choice. It is an attractive body style that I picked out as a teenager and haven't regretted as a young adult. The car has held together well and has handled the use and abuse of a teenage driver. The pros of this car definitely outweigh the cons.
Story
My friend and I have the exact same car (same make, model, and color). We went on a road trip to Charleston and had our very own twin caravan the whole way down. It felt like we were on a secret mission when we all pulled up in matching cars wherever we went.
Pros
One of the best things about this vehicle has been its affordability and utility. It is not a "hardcore" vehicle that can handle every task thrown at it, but it can handle most. I can fit an entire Ikea loveseat in the back with the seats folded down and still have a little room to spare. This has been a great car for moving in/out of dorms and holds most of my belongings in one trip. The car is also easy to repair. For instance, if you daughter backs into a stationary pole, the brake light assembly is easily found online and she could replace it herself. This is a hypothetical situation, ... (more)
Cons
At 8 years old, this car is beginning to show signs of wear. There are times that it makes weird noises and I'm not quite sure where they originate. At one point, I was having transmission fluid leaks. As it turns out, there has been a large problem with transmission lines in this model but not large enough to warrant a recall. This is something a potential buyer should investigate if considering this particular car.