2017 Ford Escape
43,891 Miles | Doral, FL
$13,498
Est $195/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
19,440 Miles | Aurora, CO
$16,999
Est $245/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
12,123 Miles | Centennial, CO
$16,393
Est $236/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
17,868 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$24,381
Est $351/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
34,358 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$21,991
Est $317/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
53,777 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$11,950
Est $172/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
22,893 Miles | Morton, IL
$21,962
Est $317/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
29,820 Miles | Salina, KS
$19,847
Est $286/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
26,535 Miles | Salina, KS
$19,815
Est $286/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
49,294 Miles | Salina, KS
$15,900
Est $229/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
42,664 Miles | Salina, KS
$17,353
Est $250/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
7,147 Miles | Salina, KS
$21,221
Est $306/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
28,225 Miles | Salina, KS
$16,979
Est $245/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
22,945 Miles | Salina, KS
$15,981
Est $230/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
37,325 Miles | Salina, KS
$19,426
Est $280/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
39,304 Miles | Salina, KS
$19,984
Est $288/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
7,003 Miles | Salina, KS
$18,290
Est $264/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
35,536 Miles | Salina, KS
$18,925
Est $273/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
35,887 Miles | Salina, KS
$17,707
Est $255/mo

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2017 Ford Escape
50,420 Miles | Salina, KS
$17,819
Est $257/mo

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2017 Ford Escape Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0

2017 Ford Escape Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2017 Ford Escape - Best vehicle I have owned to date.

Escape Owner
Warrington, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The Ford Escape is a superb vehicle. It is all wheel drive and has a quick acceleration. It come with heated seats, heating steering, full navigation screen among other things. There is a sport mode that allows you to accelerate a lot quicker than normal. It has a sunroof that goes all the way to the back seats. It has a digital display where you can see the speed instead of looking at the analog dial which is hard to read sometimes. It come with a tow hitch so you can tow things. It has ample room in the back for luggage behind the seats. It has a large navigation screen in the front middle console. One of the coolest things the vehicle can do is you can change the color of the inside lights. They can change from blue all the way to purple or yellow. This car drive well too. I have no... (more)
Story
The day that I figured out that the S on the shifter stood for Sport. I put it into sport for the first time and I had owned the car for over a year already. I turned out of my neighborhood and floored it. It felt like a whole different vehicle because it accelerated way faster than normal and you could hear the RPM's go up high. I saw the RPM tachometer go towards the red. This isn't possible... (more)
Pros
Good acceleration. Automatic brights and wipers. Heated seats. Trailer hitch. Ease of using technology (navigation, using phone while driving).
Cons
The body doesn't look very masculine. no cup holders next to the steering wheel. only in the doors and middle console. Fuel economy is mid 20 miles per gallon. I was hoping for 30+.

2017 Ford Escape - Escape into awesomeness

Mark
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The interior is very quiet. You may feel some bumps (especially with rough road surfaces due to construction). Road noise is minimal. The auto start-stop feature can get annoying, but it does help improve fuel economy. It can get annoying when you expect the engine to turn off and it doesn't and you hoped for it too because you are sitting in traffic. The seating is very comfortable--get power seats with lumbar. The heated seats are a lifesaver when cold temperatures occur in the South. I love Sync 3, especially with the steering wheel audio controls. My favorite aspect is the ability to charge a device even after the engine is off, as long as no door is open for up to 15 minutes. This is a rare feature, welcomed during power outages. Overall, it is an outstanding vehicle.
Story
I was parked outside a hospital in the staff parking lot. I approached what-I-swore-was-my-red-Escape. Tried to get the doors to unlock to no avail. Finally they unlock and I unload my bag and purse on the front passenger seat. A woman approaches me accusing me of robbing her car. End of story: we mixed up cars (Toyota RAV4 to Ford Escape). Parked side by side, with a small tree between us. Th... (more)
Pros
The auto start-stop feature of the engine is very positive. Its origins come from the hybrid systems. Sync 3 is magical--with Siri voice commands and Apple CarPlay, it is almost completely hands-free. Siri is not perfect with speech though. I like the Ford Pass app through the phone. It can lock-unlock the car, remote start your vehicle, and provide help especially if a service message shows up. My favorite feature is Sync 3.
Cons
The tire pressure alert system will flash in the instrument panel. You can look and check for low tire pressure yourself and find no issues. It doesn't show the difference between low pressure due to a flat or due to air changes. At times, the stereo will turn on and play as you are in a call through Bluetooth.

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