AWD?

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Asked by May 31, 2014 at 09:44 PM about the 2011 Ford Escape Limited

Question type: General

Took a picture of under my escape. It doesn't look like it's AWD. But I'm no car guy.

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264,515

You are right, in the middle of the vehicle/wishbone suspension should be a differential and axle shafts from that going to the rear wheel hubs. So your Escape is FWD only.

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wow then I just had a crooked dealer. I was told all the ford escapes are AWD. I traded in my sedan for another FWD. What can I do now? Return it? I bought a ford at a KIA dealership. whoops.

26,285

NOPE! Go tear the crook a new one!

264,515

Not all Ford Escapes are AWD, FWD models were an option. Tracy is right, time to get some compensation.

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