The 2014 Escape is a 4-door, 5-passenger UT, available in 5 trims, ranging from the S FWD to the Titanium... More Info 4WD.
Upon introduction, the S FWD is equipped with a standard 2.5-liter, I4, 168-horsepower engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 31-mpg on the highway. The Titanium 4WD is equipped with a standard 1.6-liter, I4, 173-horsepower, turbo engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 30-mpg on the highway. A 6-speed a transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims. hide
About Ford Escape
The 2014 Escape is a 4-door, 5-passenger UT, available in 5 trims, ranging from the S FWD to the Titanium 4WD.
Upon introduction, the S FWD is equipped with a standard 2.5-liter, I4, 168-horsepower engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 31-mpg on the highway. The Titanium 4WD is equipped with a standard 1.6-liter, I4, 173-horsepower, turbo engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 30-mpg on the highway. A 6-speed a transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims.
Pros Best value on the market
Purchased as New
We just purchased a 2014 SE and Titanium in the last 30 days. Both cars have excellent fit and finish, and with less than 1000 miles getting over 26mpg. Ride is excellent and all the bells and whistles are great. Price was very competitive but the all important service reputation at McCree Ford in Dickinson, Texas is the best. I don't see any reason for the Escape model to be on any list but the BEST OF EVERYTHING list. Those who produce negative lists probably can't afford a great car like a new Escape....MoreHide
Pros Comfortable ride, plenty of space
Cons Fuel ecomony is disappointing, expected better
Purchased as New
Traded in a Ford Fusion 2010 that got 28 - 30 MPG consistently. Bought the Escape 2013 with the 1.6L Ecoboost Engine expecting comperable milage to the Fusion. So far best milage has been 27.8 MPG. Sticker said it could possibly acheive 33 MPG, but hasn't acheived that so far.
Overall it is a great vehicle, and would definately recommend one to anyone looking for a small SUV....MoreHide
Pros More refined than prior model, better ride, sophisticated options
Cons Mileage could be better
Purchased as Used
Traded C-Max for well optioned 2013 Escape 2.0 AWD SEL Titanium. Much more space, like 3 memory seat adj. not avail on C-Max. Also own 2010 Escape. Ride is much more refined in newer model, but doesn't pull 6x12 enclosed trailer quite as well (softer suspension, not as much low-end torque as V6). Foot operated tailgate is not available with hitch option. Road mileage is 28, which is not as good as 3.0 V6 in 2010. Manual says that engine will run better with more octane when towing. Black soot in exhaust pipe indicates that it is running rich at least some of the time. Happy with purchase but glad I didn't pay $35k for it!...MoreHide
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