2002 Ford Escape XLT Choice 2WD 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
Have had for two months now, continue
to be impressed with the handling of
this unit. Drives very much like a
car. Wind noise around the A pillar is
a bit of a pain, and the front seats
could be a little more grippy. No
major manufacturing defects have
surfaced. One piece of rubber door
seal has been a bit loose around the
headliner area, but that's about it.
Having test drove the Honda CRV
extensively, this unit compares very
favorably, particularly when you go to
accelerate or take long crusing road
trips. Strongly recommend the power
driver seat as an option. Interior
layout is very well thought out.
Purchased upgraded stereo with 6-cd
changer - sound quality is excellent.
Also the general handling quality is
exceptional for this type of vehicle
Improve supportiveness of front seats,
and deal with wind noise.
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