2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
93,974 Miles
$6,995

Napa, CA
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
151,849 Miles
$4,995

Winona, MN
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
173,867 Miles
$3,997

Decatur, IN
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
126,710 Miles
$6,995

Layton, UT
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
157,608 Miles
$3,998

Brunswick, OH
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
208,083 Miles
$5,995

Rockville, CT
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
160,915 Miles
$3,920

Naples, FL
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
175,439 Miles
$3,850

Garner, NC
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
104,194 Miles
$6,995

Sacramento, CA
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
143,000 Miles
$3,323

Deland, FL
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
91,030 Miles
$6,995

Zumbrota, MN
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
185,799 Miles
$4,595

Kalamazoo, MI
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
118,858 Miles
$5,988

Gilroy, CA
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
103,714 Miles
$5,995

Hoosick Falls, NY
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
120,220 Miles
$5,200

Lakeland, FL
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
120,000 Miles
$7,495

Milwaukie, OR
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
200,000 Miles
$1,995

Houston, TX
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
228,494 Miles
$1,995

Allentown, PA
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
135,000 Miles
$4,495

Manchester, NH
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
213,487 Miles
$4,495

Richmond, VA
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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.5
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
4.5
Reliability
1.5

2006 Ford Escape Hybrid Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Ford Escape Hybrid - Works well enough.

Escape Hybrid Owner
Bakersfield, California
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
2.0
This is a great small family vehicle that feels more like a car than a large SUV and yet feels roomy inside. I just wish that it didn't have problems with the rear door window hinge, the leather tear, and the air conditioner quitting.
Story
Our family would go to the park and fold down the back row so the trunk space was at it's maximum. We treated the extended trunk space as a home base so that our daughter could take a nap with a blanket and/or we could open the back door and have a picnic.
Pros
We enjoy the aesthetic look of the car. It is a lovely mint green color that you don't see too often on the road and makes it easy to pick out in a parking lot. It is a small SUV that feels big enough for our family of three. We often take road trips and go hiking and the open trunk area holds all of our suitcases and hiking gear very well. The car drives and handles well too. It's got a great turning radius for an SUV and it feels more like a car than a large vehicle. I like how half of the back seat can fold down to add more trunk space and yet let my young daughter still be buckled in h... (more)
Cons
With our 3-in-1 convertible car seat in the back row, the front passenger has to pull the seat up a bit, diminishing leg room, to accommodate the car seat, making it a little less than perfectly comfortable for a tall person. The car gets poor gas mileage on mountain roads. Additionally, you don't want to leave your cell phone in your back pocket while sitting in the car as we have leather seats and the driver's seat has perforations in it which have torn, creating a 6" tear in the leather in the exact spot where my phone pushes through my back pocket and onto the seat when I sit. The rear... (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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