The New Ford Escape is Helping to Drive Ford's SUV Sales Higher

Earlier this month, Ford confirmed that its SUV sales had risen an impressive 7.3 percent in March 2018. While the entirety of the automakers SUV lineup performed well, the 2018 Ford Escape stood as a strong solo product, selling more than 2,000 units more than it did in March of 2017.

Its improved sales should serve as no surprise for anyone who's had the chance to drive it. A comfortable five-seater packed full of great features, the Escape is a great option for drivers searching for genuine performance combined with creature comfort. Spread across four trims, it packs in options like Ford's Sync system, dual-zone climate control, built-in Wi-Fi, and more. It also offers excellent safety technology like blind-spot monitoring, adaptive, cruise control, and forward-collision warning.

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Crack open the Escape's hood and you'll also find one of three available engine options. These include:

  • 2.5-liter inline-4: 168 horsepower, 170 pounds-feet of torque, 21/29 miles per gallon (FWD)
  • 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-4: 179 horsepower, 177 pounds-feet of torque, 23/30 miles per gallon (FWD), 22/28 miles per gallon (AWD)
  • 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4: 245 horsepower, 275 pounds-feet of torque, 21/28 miles per gallon (FWD), 20/28 miles per gallon (AWD)

Would you like to know more about everything the Ford Escape has to offer? Drop us a line at Metro Ford of Madison in Madison, WI. Our sales team can fill you in on all of the great vehicles available in our new Ford inventory. These include the Escape and more.

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