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2013 Ford Escape Consumer Discussions

2013 Ford Escape

2013 Ford Escape SE 1.6 EcoBoost First Drive...

It's a new model year and a major redesign. Please post if you are considering a new Escape, or have tested one out or plan to buy one....

2013-'14 Ford Focus ST, Escape Recalled for Stalling Risk | Edmunds.com...

The rear seat belts on my 2013 Escape will tighten on you even if there is no sudden stop. They gradually get tighter and you have to unlatch them, let them retract fully, then latch them again. The...

We have a 2013 Escape Titanium (along with a 2013 Focus), and with the upgrades that are now being announced for the 2017 Escape, I'm starting to consider planning a trade when the 2017 model comes ou...

Talk about your mpg for your 2013 and newer Ford Escape here....

There seems to be a "How much did you pay?" topic for every other car here at Edmunds, but I did not see one for the very popular Ford Escape and Mazda Tribute, so I thought I'd start one. I...

Ford Announces Fix for Fire Risk in 2013 Ford Escape, Fusion...

2011-'13 Ford Escape Tops List of Most Stolen SUVs and Crossovers | Edmunds.com...

Feds Close Probe Into 1.6 Million Ford Vehicles, Including 2009-'13 Ford Escape...

Is there a place to find what all of the MyFordTouch weather icons mean?...

I bought a brand new Ford Escape Titanium (2013) a month ago. During the third week of ownership, we had a few inches of snow. No big deal, the car handled well, overall I was very pleased with the p...

I recently purchased a 2012 Ford Escape. Owned a 2009 Escape previously and was looking forward to the 2013 Escape. Much to my displeasure, like many in it's class, the rear cargo area is not wide e...
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