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How Much Passenger and Cargo Space are You Getting with the All-New 2020 Ford Escape Lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa FL?By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Escape, Passenger/Cargo Space on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 at 8:00 am
2020 Ford Escape Interior Space Specs by Trim Level
More and more good news keeps coming our way here at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL, with the latest bit of excitement surrounding the impending arrival of the all-new 2020 Ford Escape lineup. Thanks to a pair of all-new hybrid trim levels, a fully updated and upgraded engine lineup, a fully redesigned exterior, a fully reinvigorated interior, and a full slate of other new features and capabilities, the all-new 2020 Escape lineup is set to blast off in ways never before seen when it makes its grand debut this fall. But while all of that sounds amazing – and it is – none of it means anything if the all-new Escape lineup doesn’t feature a sufficient amount of passenger and cargo space. With that in mind, let’s check out the 2020 Ford Escape lineup’s interior space specifications by trim level to see just how much passenger and cargo space you’re getting.
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How Much Passenger Space Does Each of the 2020 Ford Escape Trim Levels at Brandon Ford in Tampa FL Feature?
As you’ll soon learn, the cargo space offered by the new Ford Escape lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL, varies by trim level, but that’s not the case when it comes to passenger space. That’s because the 2020 Ford Escape lineup’s newly refreshed interior provides you with 104 cubic-feet of total passenger volume.
How Much Cargo Space Does Each of the 2020 Ford Escape Trim Levels at Brandon Ford in Tampa FL Feature?
As we pointed out in our previous paragraph, the amount of cargo space you get in your all-new 2020 Escape depends on which trim level you choose – or, more specifically, whether you get a gas-powered 2020 Escape model or a hybrid 2020 Escape model. That’s because gas-powered 2020 Escape models provide you with up to 65.4 cubic-feet of total cargo capacity while hybrid 2020 Escape models provide you with up to 60.8 cubic-feet of total cargo capacity.
For more on the 2020 Ford Escape lineup and all of our other new Ford cars, trucks and SUVs, please contact our staff here at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL.