2013 Ford Escape Titanium 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A)
We traded a top end CR-V for our new Escape about 2 months ago.
While we enjoyed our CR-V and felt it was an excellent vehicle, we really love our new Escape even more.
While the CR-V was efficient for getting from point A to point B, the 2013 does the same thing with lots of class and pizzaz.
It is peppy, handles like a go cart on rails and has lots of quality features as well as "bells and whistles" that make it fun to drive.
Everyone who sees it raves about what a sharp vehicle it is.
Being a retired couple, we are not terribly "tech savey" but we have been able to figure out most
features of MyFord Touch with no problem.
Glad we bought the Escape instead of others we drove.
Our favorite features would be the engine/transmission operation and smoothness, the style both inside and out, and the many technology features, as well as ride and handling.
The Escape needs an "instant fuel economy" readout that informs the driver of curent economy.
An "average economy" readout is not sufficient.
Also need a readout of % of oil life left.
Need more than just a message that it is time for oil change.
Even with its many features, the Escape is over priced compared to the competition.
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