2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
89,158 Miles
$8,788

Smithfield, NC
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
148,353 Miles
$5,988

Johnston, IA
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2011 Ford Escape Hybrid
132,263 Miles
$8,974

Jefferson City, MO
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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
52,403 Miles
$10,977

Palm Coast, FL
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2012 Ford Escape Hybrid
67,292 Miles
$17,690

Portland, OR
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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
128,509 Miles
$8,987

Seattle, WA
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2009 Ford Escape Hybrid
104,315 Miles
$11,744

Hillsboro, OR
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2009 Ford Escape Hybrid
99,831 Miles
$9,999

Granbury, TX
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2011 Ford Escape Hybrid
63,397 Miles
$16,000

Eureka, CA
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2010 Ford Escape Hybrid
69,889 Miles
$12,995

Knoxville, TN
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2009 Ford Escape Hybrid
79,669 Miles
$11,998

Fort Myers, FL
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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
131,373 Miles
$8,897

Indianapolis, IN
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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
169,613 Miles
$5,499

Florence, KY
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2009 Ford Escape Hybrid
115,152 Miles
$9,849

Sterling, IL
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2009 Ford Escape Hybrid
65,160 Miles
$12,995

Cincinnati, OH
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2011 Ford Escape Hybrid
114,180 Miles
$9,999

Mesa, AZ
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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
126,217 Miles
$6,795

Okmulgee, OK
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2011 Ford Escape Hybrid
93,210 Miles
$10,161

Hartville, OH
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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
88,898 Miles
$7,495

Valparaiso, IN
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2010 Ford Escape Hybrid
51,464 Miles
$13,668

Inverness, FL
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Ford Escape Hybrid Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.4
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.5
Maintenance
4.1

Ford Escape Hybrid Pricing Analysis

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Ford Escape Hybrid Owner Ratings & Reviews

2006 Ford Escape Hybrid - Tons of Room for the Mileage!

Huntington, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
At the time I bought it in 2006, this vehicle gave the best mileage for the amount of gear you could stow in it. I have variously loaded this vehicle with kayaks, bicycles, a topcase, and tons of scuba and camping gear, and the mileage doesn't really falter. Generally the mileage averages out to just a little north of 25 mpg. The handling seems smooth to me and I am pretty comfortable driving it. I have never had a serious mechanical problem with this car. It is a little strange when the hybrid engine shuts itself off and on again, and sometimes I am not sure if ignition is on...!
Title
This summer, when I went hiking along the coast, I laid the cargo area half-flat and camped out in the back of the vehicle on an air mattress. I just showered and ate at campgrounds and picnic areas.
Pros
I like the amount of mileage I get for the amount of room this vehicle gives me. I like that I can view my real-time mileage on the display, and that I can determine how much further I have to go (and how long it should take me) via the GPS. Best of all, though, is that it tells me how many more miles I can drive before running out of gas! (Fortunately, whenever it hits 0, there is actually still a little bit of gas left. Don't ask me why I know this.) I really love that the cargo area can be laid flat (or half-flat) and has just enough room for me to stretch completely out and sleep o... (more)
Cons
The thing I hate the most about this car is its towing capacity, which is only 1,000 pounds. I have been extremely limited in my ability to tow what I would like, as the vehicle cannot handle an enclosed U-Haul or small camper, or a hitch-mounted motorcycle carrier. Sometimes the check light comes on and I have already checked this out (there is apparently a solenoid that doesn't close all the way) and it can't really be fixed, so I just have to wait for the light to mysteriously go off again (sometimes it is on; sometimes it is off). Although the factory GPS has been useful, it is of... (more)

2008 Ford Escape Hybrid - My dream vehicle

Bowling Green, Kentucky
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
First of all, I love the color of my car. It is a kiwi green color which has always been one of my favorites. It is a sporty vehicle that is not too big or small, making it easy to fit in parking spots. But it is big enough to travel on vacation and bring along everything you need. I typically only have one passenger in the car with me, so to make extra room I lay my back seats down completely. I love that. I like that it is modern with a moon roof, CD changer, built in GPS, and has leather seats. Most everything has held up very well with my car other than the steering wheel column which I had fixed last year (after having the car about seven years). There really is nothing that I dislike about my car other than the fact that it doesn't actually get the mileage that the car dealer sai... (more)
Title
My family and I went riding around on my grandparents farm in my vehicle to check on the cattle, but on the way we had a good time jumping the grassy hills on the farm at decent speeds. This car can handle it!
Pros
My favorite features of the vehicle include the heated seats, the touch screen radio/navigation system, and the leather interior. It has great sound system for my music. I also love the size of the car since it is not too big and not too small. It's perfect for travel or just every day driving to work.
Cons
Really the only negative thing I can think of for the car is the gas mileage. It still gets good gas mileage on average (about 25 mpg), however, it was supposed to get in the lower 30's if I remember correctly.

2006 Ford Escape Hybrid - Escape Hybrid - The best SUV I've owned

Indian Trail, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
My 2006 Ford Escape Hybrid is no doubt the best SUV I've had. Compared to the Jeep Wrangler, Chevy Blazer, and Saturn Vue that have we've had, the Escape Hybrid is Luxury. The seats are leather and quite cozy. It rides high for a good view of he road. It's easy for average to tall folks to get in and out of. The factory stereo is AWESOME. 50 miles a day driving interstate back and forth to work, week average 32mpg! Gauges look cool, and the console shifter is much nicer than one behind the steering wheel. Outside looks great, too. Ours has the 2 tone paint, white with silver trim. 153,000 miles so far and no major problems.
Title
I picked up a load of furniture from someone at a storage unit and had a short drive home, but the only way to get it all was to have it piled inside, sticking out the back, and strapped to the roof. I looked like a Beverly Hillbilly! LOL.
Pros
Stereo Leather seats High ride MPG No major repairs needed Comfortable even for 4 big guys
Cons
A/C won't run on electric, when the engine's off it gets hot in the summer, or keep the engine on and watch the MPG slip away. No rear air vents. Hard to not freeze the front people to get the back cool, or the opposite problem in winter. High ride means body roll. You have to take curves extra slow. Parking brake is behind/inside the rear disk brakes, so to adjust them a shop will charge you the same as a brake job because they have to disassemble it all. Not enough power from stop to "dart out" and not enough for passing on highways.