2013 Ford Escape User Reviews

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2013 Ford Escape SE Review
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Great for Price and great sports feel
vs2013 Nissan Rogue
2013 Ford Escape SE winning categories:
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  • Handling
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  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
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2013 Ford Escape Review
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vs2011 Ford Escape
2013 Ford Escape winning categories:
  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Looks/Style Ranked 2011 Ford Escape better.
"prettier lines"
Back Seats Ranked 2011 Ford Escape better.
"more room"
2013 Ford Escape Review
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vs2007 Toyota RAV4
2013 Ford Escape winning categories:
  • Power
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  • Looks/Style
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  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Family Car Ranked 2007 Toyota RAV4 worse.
"Push button start"
Value Ranked 2007 Toyota RAV4 worse.
"Better technology"
2013 Ford Escape TitaniumReview
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Better Than Good — It's the best Bang for the Buck for a fun car. I owned 2002 Escape and drove it to 250,000 miles. It's still going with the original engine and transmission. Hope this one will last half as long. It has the power that I needed to go up the Sherwin grade, Tejon Pass, and Big Bear. It is fun car with all the amenities ...

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Price, Performance

Cons: Steering while accelerating on tight turns is a little hard to control

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2013 Ford Escape TitaniumReview
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Great Suv For Road Trips And Daily Driving. — I love the roomy feeling in a small SUV. Handles good, great sound system. Looks sharp. My friends love it. The only downside is the Navigation needs an upgrade. It get's messed up and confused occasionally. Also, it has a hard time ejecting a CD. I added the full maintenance package, so all my maintenance is pre-paid. My only regret is I should have leased this car instead I bought it. I'd rather be returning it in another year and getting a new one.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very solid. Looks good. Seats fold flat for great hauling ability.

Cons: The navigation systems has bugs. When it works it's great. But it gets messed up occasionally.

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2013 Ford Escape SEReview
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2013 Ford Escape Se — I love the stability and handling of the Escape, fun to drive, quiet and comfortable even on long drives (10 hours) Solid vehicle, no complaints and love it. It drives more like a car than an SUV. I would highly recommend the Escape to any one!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Lots of power/torque even at highway speeds. Nicely finished interior. Excellent convenience features, keyless entry and key pad. Ergonomics are excellent. Very quiet interior.Good quality fit and finish, very nice steering wheel. many nice surprise features like w/shield wipers that swing up and off w/shield for cleaning.

Cons: The gas mileage is a little less then advertised but still really good. No real good place to put a cell phone.

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2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WDReview
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Great Reliable Small Suv — The car appearance is great with comfortable seats, and amazing sound system. The sync system is very responsive to my commands. I get 24 MPG, so not bad for a SUV. Overall I am very pleased with the vehicle in general

Pros: Great technology package. Handles well with good fuel economy.

Cons: Lacks power due to the 1.6L engine and not middle console pockets

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2013 Ford Escape Titanium 4WDReview
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The Perfect Car For My Wife And I. — I love almost everything about this Ruby Red Ford Escape. Power, handling, good looks, gas economy, power, stability, comfort, technology, easy access in and out for my wife, we are looking forward to hitting the road this summer and seeing places and friends and relatives.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Awesome appearance, very comfortable, voice commands and high tech operations, auto opening tailgate for my wife who has MS. Good handling, power combined with good gas mileage. Four wheel drive only operates when needed automatically.  No keys, 8 inch back up camera and info screen (important for us oldies) panoramic power sunroof, heated seats, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, I really like the navigation system. The pros go on and on for me.

Cons: The price for a Titanium is a bit high, but same quality and options of many luxury suv's. The high tech features are great but intimidating.

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I Like It A Lot — ford I think has set the bar and hunday kia need to take notice the quality and gas mileage makes them look like slackers the comfort drivability the great vision setting in the driver seat makes all the difference no blind spots.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: good car for trips handles well great vision while driving  good gas mileage great grocery getter comfortable

Cons: have not found any yet but still new

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2013 Ford Escape TitaniumReview
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We Love It — Love our new Escape. It drives better than any SUV we have owned. We never thought we would buy American made since we have always owned Imports but after test driving the escape we realized it was the perfect fit for your family.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Looks, performance, MPG

Cons: None

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Reviews From Other Years

2014 Ford Escape Reviews

Next To Our Convertible Mustang,its The Most Fun Ford We`ve Owned By ttillman

As with each different vehicle we`ve purchased over the past 40+ years,there is an excitement for an initial road trip to spend a little time getting to know it. This Escape,as its very name might ind... Read More

Luxury In An Awd By Jim

The 2014 Escape Titanium AWD is a great all season vehicle. It gets great fuel economy, handles better than most cars, and gives you a seating position higher than most traffic. The full moon roof a... Read More

2012 Ford Escape Reviews

The Last Automobile I Will Ever Own (i Hope) By rosecar384

Since I am only averaging somewhere around 5-6,000 mile a year and only have 29,000 miles on the SUV now, it should and can get me to the day I give up driving altogether. ( I hope). The automobile i... Read More

Smart! By Aduke9077

I loved the room for the grandkids and fuel economy:-) It was easy on fuel for my trips to my jobs and looked great! A good value for anyone looking for a family vehicle that doesn't look like a min... Read More

2011 Ford Escape Reviews

Review By rkehoe67

This is my second escape, i bought this after trading in my 05 limited. I loved that car so much I went escape again but with a different powertrain trying to get better gas mileage as my commute has... Read More

Nice And Comfortable By Tiffany

I'm not happy with the lackluster engine. It just feels like Ford dropped the ball in that area. And no backup sensor/camera. But overall it's a decent vehicle for travelling or driving locally. It's ... Read More

2010 Ford Escape Reviews

Ford Escape- Tech Meets The Road By ericduffield

excellent handling and rugged car for midwest. sync system flawless and very impressive to those who drive higher classes of cars. automatic start while walking up to car- impressive. would definit... Read More

This Is Second Escape, My First One Was Totaled Out For The Rear End Crashed In To Me. By edgar4896

I liked the gas mileage and the convents of room in side.the engine has all the power any one needs.The V 6 engine is a 3.0 cc and I think it puts out 240 horse power. Runes very good. I run Mobil one... Read More

2009 Ford Escape Reviews

Very Good Car. By glene319

plenty of room for car seats etc. nice looking. very dependable, decent mileage, but not great , 21 MPG combined. v6 has lot of power. 4x4 works perfectly, automatic on slick spots, snow rain, etc. ... Read More

2009 Ford Escape Xlt V6 4wd By Justin

Performance: 240HP 223 ftlb of tourque, acceleration good. braking good. handling average. Build Quality: - Good, solid build Appearance: - Good, More truck look than Car Cost of Ownership: lil... Read More

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