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14 Ford Escape Hybrid results

2011 Ford Escape Hybrid OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
4.5
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4.5
Value
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Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.5
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Lori
Lori
Lafayette, California
4.0
A good car that I am very sorry they discontinued
The Escape was a good vehicle. It was spacious enough for my kids, spouse and mother-in-law as well as luggage for road trips. It was comfortable enough to drive from the San Francisco Bay Area back to New Mexico without becoming fatigued from the vehicle itself. The gas mileage was excellent for an SUV, and the reliability was very good. The vehicle was small enough for maneuvering in the city but still large enough to fit everyone. The get up and go was good to allow for merges into traffic, but it still had good gas mileage. If you drove it correctly, you could stay on the battery very easily during city driving and improve your gas mileage even above what the MPG rating was.
Jasmine
Jasmine
49838, Michigan
5.0
Great vehicle
We just love our Ford Escape Hybrid. The mileage has been excellent up to 30 mpg average in the warm months and 27 mpg in the colder months. Maintenance cost have been substantially less then expected. We have over 150,000 miles on the vehicle and have less then $3,000 total on maintenance in 6 years including tires. The vehicle handles well on the highway. We have taken 3 cross-country trips in all terrain and weather and no problems. There is plenty of legroom up front and plenty of storage in the back. The back seat may be a little tight if you are taller, but since we never use it, this is not a problem. We love the sound system as well as the navigation system that can be updated yearly if desired. Sirius satellite radio is also a nice feature to have in the rural areas of the country. We live in upper Michigan, and we purchase the 4-wheel drive version of the Escape and have no problems handling the cold and snow that we get 5 months of the year. We are looking at the 2018 Escape to replace this one and will purchase this vehicle again without hesitation.