2020 Ford Escape

 2020 Ford Escape

2020 Ford Escape

Ford is infamous for building SUVs that are chunky and rugged, and the 2020 Ford Escape represents a new direction that the car manufacturer is exploring. The model looks much friendlier as well as streamlined when compared to its older siblings. The result of Ford’s redesign is that the new 2020 Escape is fuel-efficient, easy to drive, and chock-full of the latest and greatest features in the automobile realm.

The 2020 Ford Escape satisfies all the needs of a new generation. In the past, buyers were happy with a car that offered them plenty of cargo space as well as a large interior. However, modern buyers are harder to please.

Ford looks like they’ve hit the nail on the head by offering an SUV that has a roomy interior, plenty of cargo space, a powerful choice of engines, versatility, and sporty handling that makes the car feel like a much smaller car. The new Escape features an overhauled design on the exterior that appears much sportier than its predecessor. Ford has also given the 2020 Escape a new base engine and better suspension while also shaving 200 pounds of weight from the SUV.

The base engine is a 1.5-liter EcoBoost turbocharged three-cylinder. And the new variant is much smarter than the old one. It can shut a cylinder down when it senses that demand is low. It also gets its power from a new eight-speed automatic transmission rather than the old six-speed.

The base Escape cranks out 181 horses of power as well as 191 pound-feet of torque. Regardless of whether you’d like to take the Escape on the highway or putter around town, the new engine has plenty of juice to take on whatever you throw at it.

If you want more power, you can get the Escape with a turbocharged 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine that generates 250 horsepower and 280-pound feet of torque. Ford claims that the 2020 Escape accelerates 10% faster than its predecessor. The best part about the 2020 Escape is how accessible it is. Ford has priced the model quite aggressively – for as little as $24,885, which makes it a steal in today’s market.

Source: Ford