2015 Ford Escape
63,389 Miles
$14,650

Boise, ID
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2017 Ford Escape
37,926 Miles
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2015 Ford Escape
60,643 Miles
$14,852

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2017 Ford Escape
39,067 Miles
$19,998

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2018 Ford Escape
3,442 Miles
$29,167

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2013 Ford Escape
64,410 Miles
$13,988

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2003 Ford Escape
68,677 Miles
$7,988

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2017 Ford Escape
17,016 Miles
$20,997

Boise, ID
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2017 Ford Escape
27,502 Miles
$19,999

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2015 Ford Escape
33,000 Miles
$21,000

Boise, ID
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2017 Ford Escape
18,619 Miles
$24,995

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2017 Ford Escape
41,492 Miles
$19,995

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2017 Ford Escape
39,720 Miles
$17,995

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2015 Ford Escape
26,939 Miles
$22,995

Boise, ID
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2016 Ford Escape
14,541 Miles
$17,995

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2018 Ford Escape
12,228 Miles
$21,995

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2018 Ford Escape
2,145 Miles
$21,995

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2013 Ford Escape
98,707 Miles
$12,477

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2011 Ford Escape
46,147 Miles
$12,977

Boise, ID
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Boise, ID Ford Escape Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.1
Performance
3.7
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.6
Reliability
4.2
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2013 Ford Escape - Quiet, Comfy, Stylish

MT
Boise, Idaho
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
We previously owned a 2012 Ford Focus. We loved that car but needed something bigger so we opted for trading up to a 2013 Ford Escape SE. It maintained a lot of the styling from the Focus which is what we loved about it. The Escape is much more quiet and the extra road height is a major plus. The interior is much of the same as the Focus but all of the little issues we had with it have been fixed. We had a creaky dashboard in the Focus and that was no longer the case in the Escape. The headrests are way more adjustable in the Escape than in the Focus. And the overall comfort of the seats are just better in the Escape. The performance is much better in the Escape as well. We purchased the model with an EcoBoost engine and it supplies plenty of power. The roof rack and extra cargo space... (more)
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We've taken it on a road trip with our newborn who was just over a month old. It managed to fit everything we had to take with us. The only problem was needing to stop every two hours to feed our baby. But the amount of driving we did with it in the time frame we had was a lot. It performed perfectly throughout.
Pros
- The EcoBoost engine gets us great gas mileage for the size of the car and plenty of power for road trips. - Styling is great. One reason we chose this over the Toyota Rav4. The new Rav4 has what looks like a shelf underneath the back window and its overall look just isn't appealing. - Very comfortable inside with plenty of leg room in the back. - Very quiet ride even with cheap tires
Cons
- The biggest negative about this model has been the amount of recalls issued for the engine we have. The 1.6 liter EcoBoost models have seen 5 recalls just for fire problems in the past year. While we haven't needed to take our vehicle in for any so far (besides the most recent one), it is very concerning that this engine has so many problems. The transmission in the 2012 Focus was its main issue and it seems the engine is having recurring problems in this model too. - More room would be nice in the cargo area particularly for bulky strollers, but I guarantee we would have had a bigger pr... (more)

2008 Ford Escape - The perfect car for an outdoor family!

Erin
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I like that this car has a lot of room without being a huge car. It is easy to drive and park, but is still able to hold everything my family needs. I also love the color, I have the car in a funky green that I think is really fun. I can easily spot it in the parking lot. As a family, we are able to get our kayaks on top, our dogs in the back, two car seats, and everything else we need for camping all in the one car. On top of all that, the fuel economy is great. I drive my kids all over town and only fill up once every week and a half!
Story
We are a very outdoorsy family. One time we managed to get all of our camping gear, our two dogs, our fishing gear, a paddle board, and out two kids in car seats all in the car for a camping trip. No one felt squished and we were able to easily navigate to our camping spot.
Pros
The size, drivability, and fuel economy.
Cons
I wish it had Bluetooth for my phone.

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2012 Ford Edge - Peterson Toyota Lexus Scion Boise

S
Boise, Idaho
Overall
4.0
Facility
5.0
Process
4.0
Quality
3.0
Service
5.0
They were friendly and I felt like I was getting a good deal rather then being ripped off.

2012 Ford Edge - Peterson Toyota Lexus Scion Boise

EA
Nampa, Idaho
Overall
4.0
Facility
4.0
Process
3.0
Quality
3.0
Service
4.0
Friendly and honest service. We knew a friend that has worked there for over 15 years and he has always helped us. We don't feel like we are being cheated.