Ford Escape is a five-seat small-size vehicle in the SUV category. For the 2021 model year, there are four trim-lines to choose from, all with the same engine that produces 181 to 250 horsepower. EPA-estimated annual regular gasoline expense is $1,650, which over the course of five years will save you $750 in extra fuel spending. Ford Escape has received a 5-stars crash rating from NHTSA.
2021 Escape has a relatively long wheelbase ( 106.7 in) and a wider body structure compared to vehicles of similar length and class. It is relatively lighter with curb weight of 3298 - 3566 lbs.
2021 Escape seats five adults. It has class-leading first-row passenger room on only one measurement - hips - and larger than average room for first-row passengers on legs, shoulders, and head. When it comes to second-row passenger room, Escape ia a class-leader on only three measurements - legs, hips, and head - and has a larger than average room for second-row passengers on shoulders. Cargo volume behind second-row seats is larger than average among its peers with 37.5 cu. ft.
2021 Escape S
2021 Escape SE
2021 Escape SEL
2021 Escape Titanium
|Engine||1.5 L/91||1.5 L/91||1.5 L/91||2.0 L/122|
|HP||181 hp||181 hp||181 hp||250 hp|
|Drivetrain||Front Wheel Drive||Front Wheel Drive||Front Wheel Drive||All Wheel|
|City||28 MPG||28 MPG||28 MPG||23 MPG|
|Highway||34 MPG||34 MPG||34 MPG||31 MPG|
|Combined||30 MPG||30 MPG||30 MPG||26 MPG|
|Annual Fuel Cost||$1,650||$1,650||$1,650|
2021 Escape SUV comes in four trim levels, with an average price that is $503 less compared to its rivals. With a lighter body, and on average more powerful engine, Escape has a class-leading fuel economy of 30 mpg.
2021 Escape SUV has a 5-star NHTSA overall crash safety rating, which is higher than the average among other competing models. Furthermore, it has higher than average ratings for all three crash tests: Front, Side, and Side Plole. Customers have not yet filed any complaints for this vehicle, and currently there are no recalls from the manufacturer.