2017 Ford Escape Trim Level Comparison

Which 2017 Ford Escape Trim is Right for You?

By Product Expert | Posted in Comparisons, Ford Escape, Powertrain on Friday, May 26th, 2017 at 8:00 am
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2017 Ford Escape Trim Level Comparison

The Ford Escape took the automotive world by storm when it was first introduced, and the 2017 Escape continues that tradition thanks to multiple upgrades and updates, two new EcoBoost engine options, a spacious and comfortable interior and a comprehensive suite of advanced new safety, technology, comfort and convenience features. But all of that makes it a tough call when deciding which new Ford Escape trim level to choose. That’s where we come in. No matter which new Escape trim you choose, you’re not going to be disappointed, but to make sure you get the new Escape that’s the perfect match for you and your needs, we put together this 2017 Ford Escape trim level comparison.

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Taking a Closer Look at the Three 2017 Ford Escape Trim Levels

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The 2017 Ford Escape comes in three unique time levels – the 2017 Escape S, the 2017 Escape SE and the 2017 Escape Titanium. All new Ford Escape trim levels feature a six-speed automatic transmission, while the new Escape SE and Escape Titanium feature the choice between front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The base 2017 Ford Escape S features a 2.5-liter i-VCT four-cylinder engine offering 168 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque while getting 21 city MPG and 29 highway MPG. The 2017 Ford Escape SE and 2017 Ford Escape Titanium come with the choice between two new EcoBoost engines. The first is a 1.5-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine offering 179 horsepower and 177 pound-feet of torque while getting 23 city MPG and 30 highway MPG when paired with front-wheel drive, and 22 city MPG and 28 highway MPG when paired with all-wheel drive. The other is a 2.0-liter twin-scroll EcoBoost engine offering 245 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque while getting 22 city MPG and 29 highway MPG when paired with front-wheel drive, and 20 city MPG and 27 highway MPG when paired with all-wheel drive.

For more on the 2017 Ford Escape or any of our other new Ford cars, trucks and SUVs, please visit our Ford Model Research Page or reach out to our friendly Brandon Ford staff in Tampa, FL.

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