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SUVs and Crossovers

Ford Escape

Ford Escape

Last year, the completely redesigned Ford Escape arrived to do battle in the hotly contested market for small crossover utility vehicles. The market approved of the changes as there were 35,000 more sales of the new Escape in 2013 than of the previous version in 2012. As a result, Ford hasn’t changed much in the 2014 Escape. A rearview camera and voice-activated Sync interface are now standard on all models. The mid-level SEL trim has been eliminated while the top-of-the-line Titanium no longer features the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine as standard equipment. This has allowed Ford to lower the price, partially filling the price gap created by the elimination of the SEL. The base S...