Earlier this year, Ford pulled back the covers on the next iteration of its popular Escape SUV, including hybrid and plug-in options. In total, you can choose from four powertrains for the 2020 Ford Escape.
If you want to go the hybrid route, the 2020 Escape can be
ordered up with a 2.5-liter Atkinson cycle hybrid engine that creates 198
horsepower and boasts a range of more than 550 miles. Or if you are ready to
step into the plug-in hybrid arena, you can go with the Escape’s new propulsion
system that achieves a best-in-class EPA-estimated all-electric range of 30
miles or more.
Traditional gas models for the 2020 Escape are also
appealing. You can choose the new 1.5-liter EcoBoost® engine, which serves up
180 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque and achieves a max tow rating of 2,000
pounds. But for pure power, go with the new 2.0-liter EcoBoost® engine that
cranks out 250 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque and enables towing up to
Technology is a hallmark of the new Escape, including selectable drive modes (normal, eco, sport, slippery, snow, and sand) and Ford Co-Pilot360™ driver-assist technology. Two class-exclusive driver-assist technologies available on the 2020 Ford Escape are Evasive Steering Assist and Active Park Assist 2.0. The 2020 Ford Escape is coming to Shults Ford Lincoln Wexford, and we want to make sure you’re one of the first on your block to drive one. Stop in to learn how to make that happen.
City driving requires a unique skillset. That’s true for vehicles as much as it is for people. Look at the 2017 Ford Escape. Overall, it’s a very versatile crossover, but it also happens to thrive in the urban environment.
Read any literature on the Ford Escape, and you’ll find that folks appreciate, often above all else, the way that the Escape handles on the road. No one needs to feel every bump in the road, but no one wants to feel like they are riding in a boat. Conduct some city driving in the Ford Escape and you’ll experience firsthand that perfect balance between comfort and response. The steering response is designed to give an impression of nimble movement, and it succeeds admirably in that regard. This is important on those tight, unforgiving city streets.
A number of other features make the Ford Escape perfect for ambling around in the bowels of the city. Driving can be unpredictable, no matter where you are. But with buildings and parked cars obscuring your vision in the city, the available Forward Collision Warning on the Ford Escape is simply indispensable. Meanwhile, the Start-Stop technology means you don’t have to feel bad about the similar start-stop nature of city traffic.
The 2017 Ford Escape is also known to offer an exceptionally quiet ride, an attribute that can really come in handy driving in the city. Visit us here at Shults Ford Lincoln Wexford today to find out just how well-equipped the 2017 Ford Escape really is.
Car sales have a tendency to slump a bit during the winter months, and to help reduce inventories, many auto manufacturers shut down for a few weeks during the summer. Ford’s summer shutdown has traditionally lasted two weeks, but because of customer demand for some of Ford’s newest cars, the summer shutdown will be shortened to only one week.
This means that Ford will produce about 40,000 extra units this year to meet customer demand for the F-Series trucks, Edge, Escape, and Explorer.
“To meet surging customer demand for our top-selling trucks and utilities, we are continuing to run our North American facilities during the traditional two-week summer shutdown in order to add close to 40,000 units,” said Bruce Hettle, Ford vice president, North America Manufacturing, in a statement. “Six of our assembly plants will build for an additional week in order to ensure we’re getting more of our vehicles into dealerships.”
Ford’s North American manufacturing facilities will shut down from June 29 through July 10 to building maintenance and machine retooling. However, the Chicago, Dearborn Truck, Kansas City, Louisville, and Oakville assembly plants will only shut down during the week of June 29.
Come check out the incredible lineup of Ford trucks and SUVs available now at Shults Ford Lincoln of Wexford.
The football season is ramping up, and what could be a better way to bond with your family than to bring everyone to see a game?
Taking the family around takes a dependable and capable vehicle, which is why at Shults Ford we recommend the Ford Edge, Escape, or Explorer, depending on how many kids you need to carry around.
Speaking of kids, the North Allegheny High School football team is currently 1-2 in wins-losses. They need all the support they can get! With one of the vehicles mentioned above, you’ll be able to bring the whole family to the game and all the football gear you need if one of your kids is on the team.
But the Edge, Escape, and Explorer aren’t just great people-movers. They also ensure the utmost safety with active technologies like BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert and forward collision warning with brake support. They also get great fuel economy, so all those trips to the local game will barely make a dent in the fuel gauge!