2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review




2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

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    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

    You won't find trucky motions; instead there's a tightly damped ride, and weighty, fast steering that's not too overly blessed with feedback. Very tasteful black over black and fully loaded. Being in one vehicle lets the trip be part of the social event. The stone leather interior is so classy.

    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

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    They have smaller footprints, are easier to drive, are more versatile, more economical, and AWD systems provide a piece of mind during foul weather. Is the Escape a…wait for it… game changer? The interior is unmistakably Ford, with clear analog gauges and the MyFord Touch system high and center.

    The seats are very comfortable, heated in the front, and the angle of the headrests is adjustable so they will not press against the back of your head like some other Fords.

    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

    The rear seat is best for two passengers but three adult butts or three booster seats will fit. The rear bench folds flat and is split The dash is made of at least four different types of materials which do not always complement one another or match up perfectly, such as where the A-pillar meets the dash.

    HVAC controls and other buttons are small, low in the dash, and obscured by the shifter. At night the interior ambiance lighting can be adjusted in color and intensity to match your mood. The MyFord Touch system received a slew of upgrades over the years and is now actually usable by a novice.

    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

    Some of the touch-screen buttons are small and shorter drivers may need to stretch to touch the screen. Those truly adventurous can opt to shout at the system to get it to do what they want.

    The system easily connected to my phone and offers a ton of options and features which will likely go unused by most buyers. An Audi or Lexus-like knob would make this one of the best systems on the market. The previous generation had large square windows but this one, like the rest of the auto industry, has smaller windows all around. Despite that, visibility in all directions remains surprisingly good.

    The rear bumper height is low, making loading and unloading easy. The big rear power hatch can be opened by waving your foot under the bumper, but it is slower in operation than other cars. The top engine choice is a hp and lb-ft 2. The six-speed automatic has two driving modes, D and S. In S it downshifts sooner and holds the gears longer, but not too long, where it becomes annoying. The ride is smooth and when tossed into a highway ramp, the Escpape remains neutral and composed, if a bit top-heavy.

    2015 Ford Escape Titanium Review

    When equipped with a Class II trailer tow package, the little Escape can tow a lb trailer. Those wanting 4WD need to step up to the SE with the 1. The Escape is a nice vehicle overall, but aside from the peppy engine it does not bring anything new to the market. While none of its competitors feel more exciting in any comparable way, it feels like Ford decided to make just another vehicle to fill the market niche. The powerful engine is nice, but this is a price driven category where competitors offer one engine at a much lower overall price.

    I like the styling except for the side vents. I think it brings unique style to the segment. I am not sure about long term durability since the leather in my coworkers 2 years old one is terrible already. That seems to happen with a lot of the newer Fords, especially those with black leather. The leather in my Lincoln has worn much better than similar Ford products.

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