Fast Cars: 2017 Ford Escape First Drive Review: With Not 1 but 2 New Turbo Engine Options

Fast Cars: 2017 Ford Escape First Drive Review: With Not 1 but 2 New Turbo Engine Options

Awesome fast car review: 2017 Ford Escape First Drive Review: With Not 1 but 2 New Turbo Engine Options



( ) The 2017 Ford Escape has been refreshed with a new face and under the hood two new turbo engine options. In this TFLcar First Drive review Roman gets behind the wheel of the 2017 Ford Escape and takes it for a drive to see what else is new.

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22 Replies to “Fast Cars: 2017 Ford Escape First Drive Review: With Not 1 but 2 New Turbo Engine Options”

  1. At least the Escape gives you an on/off button for the stop/start system. Thank you, Ford! Boo 2018 Equinox. But I prefer driving the Escape in Sport mode, which turns off the stop/start system with me not even thinking about it. Thanks for a positive review, which the nimble, spirited, attractive Escape certainly deserves!

  2. Just got the 2018 Titanium SED. Decked out all options and yes the 2.0L Ecobust 245 hp. This vehicle tides smooth sbd,quiet and with excellent. Smooth acceleration .
    My average mpg on 1st tank came to 25.6 mpg better than EPA. But! I do use 93 octane to achieve this.
    If u drive a vehicle with a turbo , then premium is recommended.
    I also have Volvo S60 same as octane just runs,smoother and more economical on 93 octane fuel. Much better response acceleration wise.

  3. Nice car. Just got one , Eu version KUGA , and after 9000 Km It get's better and better to drive. I've got the 2L diesel version but it's so quiet, sometimes you think you are driving a petrol engine (being a petrol fan). I have to say it's very fun to drive on winding roads, you can feel the 4WD helping you. I'm really glad I opted for this vs VW Tiguan , Hyundai Tucson or Honda CRV. ( till now being a fan of VW, Skoda or Opel cars )

  4. Utterly diabolical fuel consumption figures and this is supposed to be a "modern" vehicle ffs?!? My C4 Picasso averages 60mpg and easily would keep up with the Escape on the highways?!

  5. Hmm, doesn't seem he told us what engine was in the unit that he tested with the foot to the floor, and his seems with his head to the ceiling, either the vehicle was too small for him (he should have told us his height( or he coudn't  height adjust the seat.

  6. Why does Ford insist on putting that cheap looking fake silver kick plate on the back bumper ? The base model doesn't have it and it looks much better.

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