Ford Escape for 2020 – News, Reviews & Muse

2020 Ford Escape review: More competent and comfortable – CNET

Small crossover-SUVs have grown to be the automotive industry’s most important segment. And while the Ford Escape was one of the original entries into this segment, the current, third-generation model has grown a bit stale.

Thankfully, relief is on the way in the form of the 2020 Ford Escape. Redone from the ground up, the fourth-generation Escape sports a new look, the latest technology, efficient drivetrains and an improved chassis. The small segment may be more crowded than ever these days — can this 2020 Escape climb its way back to the top of the class?

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2020 Ford Escape Review – First Drive –

The 2020 Ford Escape is lower, wider and longer than the outgoing model. Consequently, it should offer greater head-, shoulder- and hip-room in both rows of seats. Expect better dynamics and efficiency, plus scads of technology. This small crossover is the blue-oval’s second best-selling nameplate after the vaunted F-Series and given how hot utility vehicles are these days, the stakes are higher than ever. This 2020 model better be good, or the competition will happily help themselves to Ford’s slice of the market.

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First drive: The 2020 Ford Escape you want is the Hybrid – AutoNews

by Martin Padgett

2020 Ford Escape

The 2020 Ford Escape may look like one compact crossover SUV, but like the English language, it’s really three different things wearing one trenchcoat. The 2020 Escape comes with a choice of four trim levels, three engines, two transmissions, and a choice of front- or all-wheel drive. Variety’s great, until it’s confusing: Among all those choices Ford will sell you a turbo-3 Escape with all-wheel drive, a front-wheel-drive Escape Hybrid, or an all-wheel-drive turbo-4 Escape Titanium with all the trimmings. The test-drive pressure is real.

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2020 Ford Escape | The Turbo Alternative – Alex on Autos

For 2020 Ford has completely redesigned their compact crossover to directly target the top-sellers in the segment. With a standard 1.5L turbo engine, the Escape gives us better performance and better fuel economy than most of the competition and the optional 2.0L turbo and the new 8-speed automatic make the Escape one of the best performing compact crossovers under $40,000.