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Introducing a 2017 Ford Escape: Time to Get Away from a Everyday!

Ford’s ever-popular Escape SUV has always been about giving drivers accurately what they want: some-more choices, some-more innovation, and an certainly fun pushing experience.

It should come as no surprise, then, that a latest Escape follows this trend with considerable gusto. In fact, observant that a 2017 Escape is all about creation your expostulate safer and easier could be a understatement of a year.

To grasp this, we asked ourselves during Ford only how to make a motorist feel unstoppable—how can we use Ford innovation, technology, and pattern to emanate something new and exciting? The initial step was all about a connectivity between your automobile and your phone.

Not Your Everyday Technology

Enter Ford’s SYNC Connect—a next-gen smartphone app (available for a initial time with a 2017 Escape) that allows owners to promulgate with their vehicles remotely. From unlocking doors to starting a engine, to checking tire pressure, battery and fuel levels (and even anticipating your automobile if you’ve lost where it’s parked), SYNC Connect is prepared when we are. And once you’re behind a wheel, a discretionary SYNC 3 is also during your disposal—featuring in-car voice recognition, an discerning smartphone-like touchscreen, and a user-friendly interface,

It’s all about giving we energy and control we deserve.

2017 Ford Escape Image Collage

Not Your Everyday SUV Features

The softened Escape knowledge doesn’t finish there, generally when we’re articulate about upping a control ante with already accessible driver-assist technologies that SUV owners want. Ford aims to make a Escape daily invert all a some-more protected with facilities including accessible Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Warning with stop support, accessible Enhanced Active Park Assist, as good as accessible Lane-keeping System (created to advise drivers when their car drifts out of a lane) and accessible Driver Alert (created to detect motorist tired and yield we with a warning) Systems.

Not Your Everyday Control Performance

Those innovative facilities are in serve to a many already accessible in Ford vehicles, including a Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert, hill-start assist, automobile high-beam control, and a hands-free, foot-activated liftgate—perfect for when your hands are full of groceries.

Under a hood, Ford record gives a 2017 Escape a immature advantage as well, interjection to dual new accessible EcoBoost engines with Auto Start-Stop—a record that doesn’t meddle with your driving, that senses when a car is sitting idle and shuts off a engine to preserve fuel, and afterwards now starts adult again once we lift your feet off a brake. Available in1.5-liter and 2.0-liter twin-scrolls, we’ve designed a EcoBoost with fuel charge in mind—the formula of a Auto Start-Stop strengthen that idea too: in stop-and-go trade we saw a 4-6 percent alleviation in fuel economy.

The 2017 Escape’s accessible 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine also delivers an considerable 245 horsepower along with 275 lb.-ft of torque, larger efficiency, and softened noise, quivering and rudeness performance.

Not Your Everyday Looks

When we have an SUV that takes pattern as severely as ours does, it pays to raise things even serve with a new accessible Sport Appearance Package. Escape a bland with severely overwhelming options including colourless black with pointed low space black trim, Salerno leather seats, and several circle pattern options. On a road, you’ll spin heads as well—the Escape will be offering in 3 new colours including Canyon Ridge, White Gold and Lightning Blue.

Featuring innovative technologies, softened features, driver-centric systems for control and performance, and overwhelming design, a Ford Escape has all you’re looking for in an SUV. With a 2017 model, we continue to offer drivers a automotive knowledge they deserve—would we design any less?