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The next generation for the Ford Escape is here. We take a look at our five favourite things about the 2020 vehicle.
1. Keep your head up kid!
For the first time in North America a FORD vehicle has Heads-up Display (HUD). The six inch display will be an option on the Titanium trim level. The display will show plenty of driver assist features while allowing you to keep your eyes on the road.
2. A lot of second row leg space… like a lot
The second row of the 2020 Escape features more legroom than ever before. The back of the front seats having a sleek knee cut out design which has helped the vehicle achieve around 38.8 inches of legroom. The second row’s comfort doesn’t stop at leg space because the new Escape allows you to also recline.
3. Cha Cha Sliding bench
The second row bench sits at a 60/40 split and allows each section to be slid individually. Whether you use the slide for comfort or to extend the cargo capacity from 34 cubic feet to 38 cubic feet is your choice and we know how important choices are.
4. Safety standards? More like safety standard…
Safety is important from the driveway to the highway and this is why the 2020 Escape will have Ford Co-Pilot Technology standard in all trim levels. The bundle of driver-assist features includes Blind Spot Information System (BLIS®) with cross-traffic alert, Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, Lane-Keeping System and Rear View Camera.
5. Guess Who’s back
Technically this isn’t new but we have not seen an Escape Hybrid since 2012 which is our official unofficial time frame to be considered new again. The vehicle has a 2.5 L engine and 88 kW electric engine. Ford expects the Plug-in version of their new hybrid to be out in the Spring of 2020.