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2009 Ford Escape Hybrid Trims

4WD

Avg. Price: $17,460

Additional stability comes with the four-wheel drivetrain in the 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid 4WD. Both axles are powered by the combination of an electric motor and 2.5-liter gasoline engine. Traction control provides peace of mind, and Ford’s continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is the only option. Occupants enjoy front buckets and a split-folding rear seat. Convenience features are abundant, with power windows, mirrors, and doors, as well as remote keyless entry, cruise control, and dual-zone automatic climate control. The driver gets 6-way power adjustability for his seat, as well as a tilt, leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio and cruise controls. Shy types will appreciate the rear privacy glass and cargo cover, and the overall look has been given a touch of the rugged with roof rails and foglights. The stereo is equipped for satellite as well as traditional AM/FM radio, and comes with both a digital media player connection and an iPod adaptor in addition to a CD and MP3 player.

Additional convenience features include a tachometer, compass, and outside-temperature indicator, illuminated visor mirrors, and automatic headlights. Bluetooth with voice recognition is also standard, as well as variable-intermittent wipers and a rear wiper/washer and defogger combo.

Safety features for the 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid 4WD include traction control and antilock four-wheel disc brakes with anti-skid and rollover sensors, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system. Occupants are also protected by dual front, front side, and curtain side airbags with rollover deployment.

Base

6 national listings
Avg. Price: $17,641

The 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid Base makes use of Ford’s continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) to manage power from the paired 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline and electric drive motors. A leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel sits in front of the 6-way power driver’s bucket seat and houses controls for the AM/FM/CD/MP3 player. That unit comes with a digital-media player connection as well as satellite radio and an iPod adaptor. Power windows, doors, and mirrors and remote-keyless entry are included. A center console sits between the two front buckets, and the back holds a split-folding rear seat. Cruise control is standard, along with a tachometer, compass, outside-temperature indicator, illuminated visor mirrors, floormats, and rear privacy glass. On the outside you’ll find roof rails, foglights, automatic headlights, and 16-inch alloy wheels. The Hybrid also adds several features not usually found at the base level, like dual-zone automatic climate controls, Bluetooth with voice recognition, and an automatic day/night rearview. Variable-intermittent wipers are joined by a rear wiper/washer and defogger combo.

Safety features for the 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid Base include traction control and antilock four-wheel disc brakes with anti-skid and rollover sensors, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system. Occupants are also protected by dual front, front side, and curtain side airbags with rollover deployment.

Limited

Avg. Price: $19,559

For additional luxury as well as efficiency, look to the 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid Limited, equipped as it is with heated front leather bucket seats, a rear-obstacle-detection system, and a power sunroof. The stereo is also upgraded here, to an AM/FM unit with an in-dash, 6-CD and MP3 player, also equipped with a digital-media player connection and iPod adapter and satellite radio. Controls for the stereo are also found on the tilt, leather-wrapped steering wheel.

Powered by an electric drive motor as well as a 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine, the Hybrid Limited comes standard with a continuously variable automatic transmission. Rolling on 16-inch alloys, the Hybrid Limited also benefits from four-wheel antilock disc brakes with anti-skid and traction control. Roof rails, foglights, and rear privacy glass come standard, as well as a cargo cover and floormats. Drivers get 6-way power for their bucket seat, as well as an automatic day/night rearview mirror. Power windows, doors, and mirrors and remote keyless entry are joined by keypad entry at this level. Additional seating is handled by a split-folding rear, and interior storage is bolstered by a center console. Dual-zone automatic climate control is included, along with cruise control, Bluetooth, voice recognition, a tachometer, compass, outside-temperature indicator, and illuminated visor mirrors. Variable-intermittent wipers are joined by a rear wiper/washer and defogger combo.

Safety features for the 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid Limited include a tire pressure monitor and a theft-deterrent system. Occupants are also protected by dual front, front side, and curtain side airbags with rollover deployment.

Limited 4WD

3 national listings
Avg. Price: $21,384

The 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid Limited 4WD is the top-tier Escape Hybrid trim, offering all the luxury of the Limited trim with the efficiency of the hybrid powertrain and the stability of four-wheel drive. Powered by both an electric drive and 2.5-liter gasoline motors, the sole transmission offered is a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Outside the Limited 4WD gets roof rails, foglights, automatic headlights, and 16-inch alloys. Inside, leather upholstery on the heated front bucket and split-folding rear seats matches the leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel. The steering wheel also holds controls for the cruise and stereo system, which has similarly been upgraded. In the Limited trims, it’s an AM/FM unit with an in-dash, 6-CD and MP3 player, also equipped with a digital-media player connection, iPod adapter, and satellite radio. The driver enjoys 6-way power adjustability for his seat, as well as illuminated visor mirrors and an automatic day/night rearview.

Dual-zone climate control comes standard, as well as a power sunroof. Rear privacy glass and a cargo cover are included for the sake of being discreet. Technology is also invited with Bluetooth, voice recognition, and a rear-obstacle-detection system. Power windows, mirrors, and doors are standard, as well as remote keyless and keypad entry. Limited 4WDs also enjoy a tachometer, compass, and outside-temperature indicator. Rain duty is handled by variable-intermittent front wipers and a rear wiper-and-washer combination with defogger.

Safety features for the 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid Limited 4WD include traction control and antilock four-wheel disc brakes with anti-skid and rollover sensors, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system. Occupants are also protected by dual front, front side, and curtain side airbags with rollover deployment.