2017 Ford Escape will be different than others – that’s certain. With its new engine and tech changes, the upcoming Ford Escape is definitely going be a whole lot different. Though some things are maintained like before such as its structure, the others – redesigns for grille and interior, engine upgrades, driver assistance systems and new connected technology, it’s more than enough for a change. It’s also a great choice for a family since it has roomy space and it can fit a lot of things – including your children. It’s going to be a whole lot exciting to wait for something new and refreshing, right? It definitely is. For starter, let’s start with the features.
2017 Ford Escape Features
2017 Ford Escape does not offer only one but three engines in the Escape. First, there’s a 2,5 liter four-cylinder in the base S model but if you move it to SE or Titanium, you get a choice of a 1,5 liter or 2-liter four-cylinder, which uses both injection and a turbocharger. Don’t worry, the engine is totally enough although, it’s not as powerful. But, you can drive it over the hills though. It’s better if you improve it with a couple more cogs in the car’s six-speed automatic transmission.
Besides Ford Escape, there are also new connections. There’s a responsive touchscreen on the dashboard since the Sync 3 is an updated infotainment system. In addition to that, it supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Furthermore, there’s a Sync Connect, a built-in data connection for the car and it also works with the forthcoming FordPass app. There are various forms of entertainments as well that will keep both you and your family entertained. You can also lock and unlock the doors and start the engine. Other than that, you can also check the car’s current location and check the current location. With these new features, you won’t get lost anymore since it provides a call-center with operators who can look up destinations you’d like and transfer it to the car navigation system.
2017 Ford Escape Price Predictions
The base price of this 2017 Ford Escape with the weakest engine is $23,600. However for better features such as the SE trim and turbocharged 1,5 liter engine car has the base price of $25,100. If you want a fully loaded Titanium Trim Escape with driver assistance system, it costs about $35,000. Which is your 2017 Ford Escape choice?