2010 Ford Escape Hybrid
83,562 Miles | Sacramento, CA
$11,998
Est $173/mo

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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
79,496 Miles | Escondido, CA
$10,998
Est $159/mo

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2011 Ford Escape Hybrid
61,186 Miles | Houston, TX
$14,395
Est $207/mo

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2012 Ford Escape Hybrid
81,591 Miles | Montgomery, AL
$11,895
Est $171/mo

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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
124,066 Miles | Honolulu, HI
$6,878
Est $99/mo

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2011 Ford Escape Hybrid
69,751 Miles | Hadley, MA
$11,476
Est $165/mo

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2009 Ford Escape Hybrid
160,086 Miles | Tucson, AZ
$6,200
Est $89/mo

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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
87,211 Miles | St Louis, MO
$10,998
Est $159/mo

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2009 Ford Escape Hybrid
105,007 Miles | Paramus, NJ
$6,995
Est $101/mo

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2012 Ford Escape Hybrid
84,395 Miles | Richmond, IN
$10,800
Est $156/mo

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2010 Ford Escape Hybrid
111,582 Miles | Gladstone, OR
$8,990
Est $130/mo

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2007 Ford Escape Hybrid
119,398 Miles | Sarasota, FL
$6,000
Est $86/mo

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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
120,810 Miles | Greeneville, TN
$5,995
Est $86/mo

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2010 Ford Escape Hybrid
118,812 Miles | Nokomis, FL
$6,500
Est $94/mo

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2011 Ford Escape Hybrid
64,848 Miles | Gladstone, OR
$9,990
Est $144/mo

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2011 Ford Escape Hybrid
50,145 Miles | La Grande, OR
$14,895
Est $215/mo

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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
94,527 Miles | Newark, DE
$6,851
Est $99/mo

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2010 Ford Escape Hybrid
58,928 Miles | La Grande, OR
$14,895
Est $215/mo

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2010 Ford Escape Hybrid
45,833 Miles | La Grande, OR
$14,895
Est $215/mo

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2012 Ford Escape Hybrid
103,750 Miles | Apple Valley, MN
$9,499
Est $137/mo

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Ford Escape Hybrid Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
18 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
3.5
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
4.3
Reliability
4.0

Ford Escape Hybrid Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2014 Ford Escape Hybrid - It's a reliable car.

Jordan
Maplewood, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
It's extremely reliable so far. The dashboard is very simple and easy to use. The car isn't complicated and doesn't have endless feature, which can be nice. It is decently fast when needed. It could ride a little bit better as sometimes it gets sort of bumpy. The headlights are sort of dim, which can be frustrating. It has plenty of cup holders, and the seat is easy to recline and adjust. All the mirrors are adjustable so that's nice. So far it's performed really well at almost 40K miles. I'd certainly recommend it to people who are looking for an easy car to drive. It isn't flashy or anything. The A/C in the car works really well. Plenty of leg space in the car. It has five seats total in the vehicle. It has lots of room for luggage in the back of the car. You can also use that space ... (more)
Pros
It drives really well. Has great turn signals. All the seats are adjustable, which is great. Plenty of room in the gas tank for a nice drive. Great commuter car. The A/C works great. Turns on a dime, which is nice. Car sits up decently high. You aren't low to the ground while driving. You never feel too low to the ground, which is nice. I'd probably recommend it to anyone. It has a decently sized gas tank, around 14-15 gallons. It seems pretty safe so far. It isn't large or anything so you won't have too much trouble parking it. It has five seats total in the vehicle. It has lots of room f... (more)
Cons
It can be a bit bumpy sometimes while driving. The gas tank could be a little bit bigger. The headlights could be brighter or better. The headlights are sort of dim, which can be frustrating. The dashboard could have better technology—like GPS. It isn't a flashy car at all. It won't drive too fast, and it doesn't drive too well in snowy weather. It can't tow other vehicles. It has limited features. The car can be a bit loud sometimes while driving. It can be slow at accelerating sometimes. The sound system can be bad at times and not sound too great. The speakers do get loud so that isn't ... (more)

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

K.M.
Huntington, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
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...!
Story
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)

2006 Ford Escape Hybrid - Loved almost everything.

Escape Hybrid Owner
San Diego, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
1.0
I bought my 2006 Ford Hybrid car brand new and loved every minutes until the end of its life. The car was a great little family car and it was a joy to drive. Everyone in my family wanted to drive it, it almost felt like we needed to sign up sheet to schedule your time to be able to get time just to get to drive my own car. We took my Escape Hybrid cross country a few time and never had any issues with it. My first year I put 75,000 mile on it and loved every mile to. One trip I drove a group of high school wrestlers to a tournament in Fargo. It snowed the whole trip and my little escape hybrid took it like a champ. I fell in complete love with my 2006 Ford Escape Hybrid. No other car that I bought since haven’t gave me the same feeling I had for my little baby. Toward the end of its l... (more)
Story
I took a group of high school wrestlers to a wrestling tournament in Fargo. It was snowy and wet but my hybrid took it like a champ and had no problems at all.
Pros
The 2006 Ford Escape Hybrid was great on gas. One tank of gas would take you 500 mile.
Cons
At the end of its life the Hybrid battery is extremely expensive and not worth the cost to replace it.

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