brqke

Asked by Jun 30, 2015 at 01:27 PM about the 2013 Ford Escape

Question type: General

why is my 2013 ford escape feel like I have the emergency brake on when I am trying to go from a stop sign,  and is this vehicle always in 4 wheel drive, and it is a gas eater, what can I do on my part and thanks you ray

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I am guessing your Escape has the Eco-boost engine. Being turbo charged these will use lots of fuel if you drive with other than a light foot on the throttle. Also check the tire pressure as this will also have a large effect on fuel mileage. If it seems like the brakes are dragging when you take off from a stop, have the brake system checked out. It may still be under warranty. For what it's worth...my son has a 2013 Escape AWD and he loves it.

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