2006 Ford Escape Hybrid Overview

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4dr SUV
Avg. Price: $9,096
4dr SUV AWD
Avg. Price: $8,910

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Average User Score

4.15 stars

Based on 7 reviews

I Will Seriously Consider Buying Another One In Five Or Six Years! by Lisa
 — I've never taken it off-road, but the acceleraton, braking and handling are great for city and highway driving. Turns on a dime! I keep up the maintenance...no major repair issues with the Hybrid...no... Read More
Great Family Car by alanfro
 — As I said in the pros, the car just handles well, gets great fuel economy while still out accelerating the 6 cylinder versions of this vehicle. Lots of room for cargo when putting down the rear seats.... Read More
Great Vehicle by Kevin
 — 4 wheel drive, And the computer adjust the power delivered to each tire over 200 times a second. Oh yea and they can put out up to 155hp which is better than the v6 escape that puts out 200 hp. Read More

2006 Ford Escape Hybrid Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 7 reviews

2006 Ford Escape Hybrid

The 2006 Ford Escape Hybrid represents a real innovation in the hybrid-vehicle field. Based on the sporty Escape SUV, the hybrid version is powered by gasoline and an electric battery and boasts an EPA estimate of 34 miles per gallon in city driving. Although the '06 Escape Hybrid doesn't get the mileage of smaller gas/electric vehicles like the Toyota Prius or Honda Insight, it does offer the advantage of combining a roomy, comfortable sport utility vehicle with hybrid technology.

And the 2006 Escape Hybrid is a lot of fun considered on its own merits as an SUV. Drivers praise the Escape's nimble handling and cargo capacity; reviewers say its hybrid drivetrain performs just as well as the mainstream Escape's inline-4 gasoline engine.

The only downside is price: You'll pay a premium for the new technology on the '06 Ford Escape Hybrid. But with tax incentives and savings at the pump, you may wind up coming out ahead over the life of the vehicle. So far, hybrids have held their value well on the used-vehicle market.

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Ford Escape Hybrid Questions

marcoswilches123
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Radio

don`t work properly . i chanche the batery and the radio dont work at all ,and is asking for a code.

275 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)
Stacey Pestel
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2006 Escape Hybrid Won't Accelerate

I have a 2006 escape hybrid. Today all the sudden it said check emissions system and the car will not accelerate. The gas engine runs, but the car will only move under the acceleration of the elec...

124 views with 1 answer (last answer 6 months ago)
Laxrunner
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Escape 06 Hybrid Brake Lights

The rear brake lights on either side to stop working but the brake light on back window works fine. The fuse & bulbs look good. The taillights work as they should when the headlights are on. What co...

385 views with 1 answer (last answer 5 years ago)
gdbeard3
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What Is Thetowing Capacity For This Vehicle?

276 views with 3 answers (last answer 6 years ago)
fredaheet
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Bought2006 Ford Escape Hybrid All Seat Belts Chewed By Something How Do You...

what tools and need guide to remove all seat belts

72 views with 1 answer (last answer 8 months ago)