2007 Ford Escape Overview


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Avg. Price: $11,213
Limited 4WD
Avg. Price: $11,394
Avg. Price: $8,587
Avg. Price: $9,015
Avg. Price: $9,704
Avg. Price: $10,339
XLT Sport
Avg. Price: $10,497
XLT Sport 4WD
Avg. Price: $10,085

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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 16 reviews

Great Car For The Size And The Money! by Michael
 — Though not a full size SUV, the Escape has a lot of room. This car fills all of our needs quite well. The 4 cylinder engine is quite adequate, even on the hills of Pennsylvania. It handles well and... Read More
Good Suv To Run Around In by Robert
 — Great car for the wife and dogs to use small SUV but plenty of room. handles good, V6 needs a little more power. Seats fold down easy to open up the back for moving stuff. overall very nice little SUV... Read More
My Ford Escape by Jennirae
 — I was amazed with my ford escape, with the performance, gas milage. It is a fun car to drive not to big but not to small. this has alot of room for storage. I have a infant daughter and its great to t... Read More

2007 Ford Escape Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 16 reviews

2007 Ford Escape

The building of the Escape shifted from Japan to Taiwan for the 2007 model, and many other changes followed as well. Externally, changes include a new grille, head- and tail-lights, and bumpers.

For an SUV (albeit a small SUV), the car gets excellent mileage: 23/26 city/highway. The feel of the engine may reflect this economy, as the base 2.3L engine generates only 150 horsepower at 5800 rpm. Regardless, the little SUV is a fun one to drive as you can zip among the bigger machines while still having a fairly commanding view of the road.


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Ford Escape Questions


Horn Not Workingon A 2007 Ford Escape Help!

I have a 2007 ford escape. The horn working, then it kept getting weaker and weaker then completely stopped working. I checked all of the fuses, they were all fine. I took off the wheel well cover ...

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2007 Escape Blows Fuse For Blower Motor

2007 escape blows fuse for blower motor.Blows fuse in a minute or so,takes a little longer on low,but still blows fuse.

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2007 Ford Escape 5speed Lost Power Just Got Car Sounds Like It's Missing W...

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I Own A 2007 Ford Escape And Door Ajar Goes Off And The Dome Lights Flicker...

The door ajar seems to go off only on the right side of the vehicle so i know where the problem is and how do i fix that? Ive tried doing the DW40 trick and slamming the door to turn it off and it w...

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