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Ford Escape 2017

2017 Ford Escape

2017 Escape

The popular Ford Escape SUV is newly engineered to make customers feel unstoppable – with even more driver-assist technologies to help enable safer and easier driving, new mobile connectivity that allows owners to interact with their vehicle from anywhere through a smartphone app, and two new efficient EcoBoost® engines.

The new Escape is the first Ford vehicle in the world with available SYNC® Connect, allowing users to unlock doors, check fuel level and even locate where a vehicle is parked.

To help drivers feel more confident behind the wheel, driver-assist technologies available for the new Escape include adaptive cruise control and forward collision warning with brake support, a lane-keeping system and enhanced active park assist. That’s all packed in a vehicle that has been redesigned from the inside out, including a driver and front passenger area upgraded with more storage space and mobile device charge ports.

“The compact SUV segment is the largest and most competitive in the United States, and the new Escape delivers even more of what our customers want – more technology they can really use to make their daily drive safer and easier,” said Joe Hinrichs, Ford president, The Americas.

SYNC Connect keeps drivers in touch with remote vehicle access

Need to lock your new Escape from across town? There is an app for that.

With SYNC Connect, owners can remotely start their vehicle and schedule future starts, as well as lock and unlock their Escape using their smartphones. The technology provides vehicle location, as well as key vehicle information such as tire pressures, battery and fuel levels.

SYNC Connect, available with SYNC® 3 for the new Escape, comes with complimentary activation for five years. A user enables the system through a two-step authentication process designed to protect personal information. SYNC 3 features faster performance, conversational voice recognition, intuitive smartphone-like touch screen and easier-to-understand graphical interface.

Driver-assist technologies SUV drivers want

Other driver-assist features available help make the daily commute safer and easier for drivers of the new Ford Escape:

  • Adaptive cruise control and forward collision warning with brake support: Sensors detect when Escape is approaching a slow-moving vehicle, and adjust cruise control accordingly
  • Enhanced active park assist: Provides steering assistance to park the vehicle in a parallel or reverse perpendicular parking spot, and pull out from tight parallel parking spots; driver controls brake, accelerator and shifter. Technology includes side park distance control
  • Lane-keeping system: The system includes lane-keeping alert, which alerts drivers when they drift unintentionally from their lane, and lane-keeping aid, which provides steering assistance to guide an unintentionally drifting vehicle back into its lane
  • Driver Alert System: Using data from the lane-keeping system, the Driver Alert System can detect signs of fatigued driving and provide a warning on the instrument cluster

Already available driver-assist features for the new Escape include:

    Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert: BLIS® can alert drivers when a vehicle enters the defined blind spot in a neighboring lane. An indicator light prov >

Ford Escape

Two new EcoBoost engines with Auto Start-Stop

Escape is the first Ford vehicle to make Auto Start-Stop standard with either of two EcoBoost engines new to the model – a 1.5-liter and 2.0-liter twin-scroll. The technology senses when the vehicle is sitting idle and shuts off the engine to conserve fuel, resulting in a 4 percent to 6 percent improvement in fuel economy in stop-and-go traffic. The engine restarts automatically – in less than half a second – when the driver releases the brake pedal.

“Auto Start-Stop is the equivalent of turning off the lights when you leave a room, or turning off a water faucet when you’re done washing dishes,” said Milton Wong, Escape chief engineer. “It’s a high-tech approach to more efficient driving.”

Escape SE and Titanium trim levels come standard with the new 1.5-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost, while the powerful new twin-scroll 2.0-liter EcoBoost is optional. A six-speed automatic transmission is standard across the line, with new paddle-shift technology available for Escape SE and Titanium.

The twin-scroll turbocharged 2.0-liter EcoBoost delivers 245 horsepower and 275 lb.-ft. of torque, along with greater efficiency and improved noise, vibration and harshness performance. New pistons provide a higher, more efficient compression ratio, and a newly designed, integrated exhaust manifold is optimized for the twin-scroll turbo system.

The aluminum-block, twin-cam 1.5-liter EcoBoost with integrated exhaust manifold is projected to deliver horsepower and torque output comparable to the 1.6-liter – an expected 180 horsepower and 185 lb.-ft. of torque.

Along with the new EcoBoost offerings, the 2.5-liter i-VCT four-cylinder engine carries over as standard equipment for the Escape S series.

Three trim levels, with new Sport Appearance Package

Escape customers can continue to select from S, SE and Titanium trim levels, as well as a new Sport Appearance Package available for SE and Titanium.

Charcoal Black with subtle Deep Space black trim is available for Escape Titanium. Salerno leather seats feature a unique horizontal pattern. Titanium customers can also opt for Medium Stone seats to contrast with the black interior.

Escape will be offered in three new colors – Canyon Ridge, White Gold and Lightning Blue. Six new wheel designs are also available.

Built to lead in a growing segment

Overall SUV sales continue to trend higher – both in North America and around the world. SUVs now account for about one third of the U.S. auto industry, a number Ford projects will grow to 40 percent by 2020. In the United States, SUV sales are expected to exceed 5 million units in 2015 for the first time ever.

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Small SUVs play an increasingly larger role, and Escape remains one of the most popular. Since its launch in 2000, more than 3 million units have been sold in the United States, including a record 306,212 Escape vehicles in North America in 2014. Ford expects Escape sales this year will exceed that figure.

2017 Ford Escape

Key specs of the base trim

Overview

The Good

  • New center console storage
  • Ride and handling
  • Potent turbocharged engines
  • Sync 3 touch-screen responsiveness
  • Visibility
  • Hands-free power liftgate available

The Bad

  • Cheap-feeling interior materials
  • Crash-test scores
  • Fuel economy
  • Some desirable options limited to top Titanium trim
  • Heavy folding backseat
  • SE’s lackluster standard features

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2017 Ford Escape Review

from the Cars.com expert editorial team

The 2017 Ford Escape may not be “all-new” from the ground up, but the redesign makes improvements in all the right areas. Let’s take a look at some of those upgrades and how well they help the SUV stack up against some of the best in the business.

The verdict: The updated 2017 Ford Escape’s improvements are minor — if you didn’t have the Escape on your consideration list, these won’t put it there — but this compact crossover SUV is easier to live with daily.

Versus the competition: A sophisticated, punchy driving experience and impressive multimedia suite continue to define the Escape for 2017, as does its lackluster fuel economy and less-than-perfect crashworthiness ratings.

The 2017 Ford Escape features a number of small improvements that improve everyday usability despite the update not being a complete redesign. Cabin improvements in storage and quietness boost livability, while Ford’s optional Sync 3 multimedia system is more feature-packed than before, and includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. Also newly available is smartphone control for remote start and other features.

The addition of optional forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning with lane departure prevention put the Escape’s safety features on a par with class leaders including the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5 and Nissan Rogue. Compare the Ford Escape with its competitors here.
Exterior & Styling
Dimensionally, the 2017 Ford Escape retains the same length, w >Show full review

The verdict: The updated 2017 Ford Escape’s improvements are minor — if you didn’t have the Escape on your consideration list, these won’t put it there — but this compact crossover SUV is easier to live with daily.

Versus the competition: A sophisticated, punchy driving experience and impressive multimedia suite continue to define the Escape for 2017, as does its lackluster fuel economy and less-than-perfect crashworthiness ratings.

The 2017 Ford Escape features a number of small improvements that improve everyday usability despite the update not being a complete redesign. Cabin improvements in storage and quietness boost livability, while Ford’s optional Sync 3 multimedia system is more feature-packed than before, and includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. Also newly available is smartphone control for remote start and other features.

The addition of optional forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning with lane departure prevention put the Escape’s safety features on a par with class leaders including the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5 and Nissan Rogue. Compare the Ford Escape with its competitors here.
Exterior & Styling
Dimensionally, the 2017 Ford Escape retains the same length, width, height and wheelbase as before. Compare the 2016’s specs with the 2017’s here. Cosmetic updates include new front and rear styling, and measures meant to improve aerodynamics and interior noise levels. Redone side mirrors work with new lower side cladding to improve slipperiness through the air, while new acoustic glass side windows and new hood and windshield sealing aim to keep noise outside the passenger compartment.

A new, optional Sport Appearance Package adds a few touches to liven up SE and Titanium trims including 19-inch black wheels, darkened headlight and taillight trim, and a blackened grill and lower trim.
How It Drives
As a whole, compact SUVs aren’t particularly exciting or engaging to drive. The outgoing Ford Escape distinguished itself in the group by providing sophisticated ride and handling plus powertrains that favored performance and punchiness over pokey, fuel-saving numbness. In the 2017, incremental updates improve on those characteristics. Additional sound deadening quiets the ride to near luxury levels of highway isolation, and the top optional engine is a new 245-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost engine using a twin-scroll turbocharger for improved acceleration responsiveness. The 2.0-liter makes 5 more hp and 5 more lb-ft of torque than the outgoing engine for 245 hp and 275 pounds-feet of torque when using the 93-octane gasoline recommended for maximum performance.

There’s also a midlevel EcoBoost engine, a new 179-hp, turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder that replaces 2016’s 178-hp, turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder. This engine is so good that the 2.0-liter isn’t as much of an upgrade as its 66-hp advantage suggests. The larger-displacement four-cylinder definitely is stronger and smoother, but the 1.5-liter does the trick with vigor and well-roundedness surprising enough to get a nod of approval, even with less displacement than a 2-liter soda bottle. It didn’t shine as brightly on the steep roads outside Los Angeles, though it’s still peppy when compared with most competitors. Ford projects these two engines will account for 90 percent of Escape sales. The remaining 10 percent will use a 168-hp, non-turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder available only on the base front-wheel-drive Ford Escape S trim level. The 1.5-liter is standard on SE and Titanium trims, where the 2.0-liter is optional; both pair with a six-speed automatic transmission and standard front-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive.

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The price paid for the Escape’s punchy demeanor is at the gas pump: Fuel economy ratings are on the weak side, at best an EPA-estimated 23/30/26 mpg city/highway/combined with the 1.5-liter engine and front-wheel drive. The 2016 Honda CR-V, 2016 Hyundai Tucson Eco and the 2016 Mazda CX-5 with the 2.5-liter all get a maximum 29 mpg combined with automatic transmissions.

Both of the Escape’s turbocharged engines come with new stop-start technology for 2017, a fuel-saving measure that even luxury cars struggle to perfect. The Escape’s stop-start feature is one of the smoother implementations out there, so seamless that I didn’t feel the need to immediately turn off the feature at startup as in so many other vehicles. A Ford Escape engineer predicted drivers will observe a 5 percent improvement in fuel economy using the feature.
Interior
An overhaul of the Escape’s center console opens up badly needed new storage areas for connected devices and other pocket items. The introduction of an electronic parking brake eliminated the large hand lever and allowed the gear selector to move rearward on the rising center console to a more traditional position, freeing up a lot of convenient cubby space. Particularly useful is an area forward of the cupholders that provided just enough room for my iPhone 6 to stand vertically within easy reach.

While this whole area has more usability, the materials and design remain somewhat uninspiring and stale compared with other body types, like the sporty interior of the 2016 Mazda CX-5 or premium feel of the 2016 Nissan Rogue. As with the exterior, there’s still a lot of the old Escape on the inside that doesn’t quite make it feel like a significant change from last year, even though much of what you interact with — steering wheel, center console and multimedia area — is new.

Seating position remains high with good visibility from the upright position, but stiff cushioning makes the backseat not very comfortable despite a generous amount of room.
Ergonomics & Electronics
The Ford Escape pulls away from competitors not only at stoplights, but also on the multimedia front with its responsive, easy-to-use Sync 3 that in 2016 replaced the much-maligned MyFord Touch. For 2017, the optional Sync 3 is even more robust, now including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as introducing Sync Connect with an in-car modem that brings smartphone control for remote start and other features through the FordPass application. It also offers over-the-air updates when the Escape is connected to a Wi-Fi network that can improve system performance or add Sync features, eliminating the previous method of downloading a file to a USB drive and plugging it into the car. The revised Sync 3 launches the Escape into the in-car-technology conversation as MyFord Touch never did – meaning in a good way. Sync 3 with Sync Connect is standard on Titanium trims and available on SE trims as part of an SE Technology Package that also comes with blind spot monitoring and five years of data service for the app-based Sync Connect functions.
Cargo & Storage
Cargo room is unchanged for 2017 and remains roomy with 34 cubic feet of storage space and a total 68 cubic feet with the backseat folded. That backseat, though, is heavy and the larger portion of the split seat back is a chore to pull back into position after folding. Other cargo features include an optional power liftgate on the SE trim, while the Titanium includes it standard with a kick-to-open function activated by swiping your foot under the rear bumper.
Safety
The 2016 Ford Escape wasn’t the cream of the crop in crashworthiness ratings or safety feature offerings, and half of that has been addressed for 2017. Newly added safety options include forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and lane departure prevention. Ford has executed these features well on the Escape, with adjustability baked into the alerts and lane correction so the car isn’t blaring at you in stop-and-go traffic like a perturbed R2-D2. The Escape restricts these features to the most expensive trim level, the Titanium, as an option. Subaru, for example, allows precollision with automatic braking to be selected on its less-expensive Forester models for a lower entry cost than the Escape.

Crashworthiness ratings for the 2017 weren’t available at the time of publishing, but Insurance Institute for Highway Safety spokesman Russ Rader anticipates the 2016 Escape’s rating of poor in the small overlap front crash test will carry over for 2017 because Ford has reported no structural changes. The test evaluates how well the outer corners of a vehicle respond to frontal impacts with another vehicle, tree or utility pole, and has proved a difficult test for some vehicles. However, the 2016 Honda CR-V, 2016 Mazda CX-5 and 2016 Nissan Rogue aced the test with the agency’s best rating of good. The 2016 Escape scored good in the remainder of IIHS’ crash tests of moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and head restraints and seats.

A backup camera is standard. See all of the Escape’s safety features here.
Value in Its Class
Ford scaled back pricing for 2017 on the SE and Titanium trims, slashing base prices by $690 and $895, respectively. It’s a good move, and most Escape buyers will see the benefit of the lowered pricing on popular SE ($25,995 to start with destination) and Titanium trims ($29,995).

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Escape retail prices still skew high considering that the volume-selling SE remains a relatively barren car without desirable features such as Sync 3, heated seats, keyless access with push-button start, moonroof and a blind spot warning system, which, except for Sync 3, are examples of standard features you’ll find on midlevel trims from other automakers. The CR-V EX for $26,895 includes keyless access with push-button start, moonroof, heated front seats and power driver’s seat. The $26,095 CX-5 Touring includes keyless access with push-button start, blind spot warning, heated front seats and power driver’s seat.

At $36,650, a Ford Escape Titanium I drove had the optional 2.0-liter, all-wheel drive, panoramic moonroof, navigation, adaptive cruise and forward collision warning, but it didn’t have appropriate interior trimmings to match that price tag. It still is very much like the old Escape on the inside but with additional features. The minimum price to get an Escape Titanium with its forward warning collision system is $30,590 with an optional $595 package. That’s less than a CR-V Touring with its precollision system ($32,995) and the Mazda CX-5 precollision for $32,105. A Subaru Forester, however, comes in lower at $27,940 with the optional safety feature on a 2.5i Premium.

Overall, the mild redesign brings the 2017 Ford Escape’s feature offerings more in line with the rest of the class, and it easily stands out from the crowd with its driving refinement and multimedia technology, but this isn’t a wildly different vehicle. It excels in some ways but doesn’t improve significantly in others.

Обзор Ford Escape (2017): 37 фактов и особенностей

Почему Ford Escape (2017) лучше чем другие?

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Общая информация

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Suzuki Jimny (2014)

Передний привод является наиболее распространенным типом трансмиссии и имеет ряд преимуществ. Он требует меньше затрат при производстве (снижая стоимость транспортного средства), а также легче, что помогает экономить топливо. Расположение двигателя над приводными колесами также помогает увеличению тяги.

Ford Escape (2017)

Дополнительная гарантия покрывает части автомобиля, такие как двигатель, коробка передач, карданный вал и т.д. Она, как правило, действует дольше, чем основная гарантия. Она длится либо определенное количество лет, либо количество пройденных километров.

Mitsubishi Pajero (2017)

Это позволяет всем четырем колесам перемещаться вверх и вниз независимо, обеспечивая плавность хода при движении, когда, например, вы едете по кочкам на дороге.

Ford Escape (2017)

Основная гарантия автомобиля охватывает все, кроме частей, которые подвержены нормальному износу, таких как стеклоочистители и тормозные колодки. Она длится либо определенное количество лет или количество пройденных километров.

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Бензиновый двигатель предлагает несколько преимуществ по сравнению с дизельным двигателем. Например, бензиновые двигатели, как правило, легче и дешевле, чем их дизельные аналоги. Бензиновые двигатели также имеют тенденцию иметь большую мощность, и топливо для них более доступно.

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Размеры

Volvo XC70 (2015)

Большее грузовое пространство является более практичным, так как позволяет перевозить больше вещей. В некоторых машинах вы можете опустить задние сиденья, чтобы было больше грузового пространства.

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Большее грузовое пространство является более практичным, так как позволяет перевозить больше вещей.

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Большая высота кузова в передней части автомобиля делает его вождение более комфортным, и это особенно важно для высоких людей.

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Колесная база – это расстояние между центром передних и задних колес. Длинная колесная база обеспечивает автомобилю большую стабильность и плавную езду (хотя более короткая колесная база может обеспечить более легкое управление).

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Двигатель

Экономия топлива – это измерение эффективности использования топлива, на основе того, как далеко вы можете проехать с определенным количеством бензина. Чем ниже показатель экономии топлива, тем автомобиль будет дешевле в эксплуатации.

Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4 Active (2014)

Вращающий момент – это измерение мощности двигателя, тесно связанное с количеством лошадиных сил. Больший вращающий момент указывает на более мощное средство передвижения, а также является хорошим показателем набора ускорения.

Lamborghini Urus (2019)

Лошадиные силы – это наиболее распространенная единица измерения мощности двигателя.

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Больший топливный бак означает, что вы должны реже остановливаться для дозаправки.

Chevrolet Suburban LT AWD (2015)

Турбокомпрессор сжимает воздух, поступающий в цилиндры. Так как при использовании наддува воздух в цилиндры подаётся принудительно (под давлением), а не только за счёт разрежения, создаваемого поршнем (это разрежение способно взять только определённое количество смеси воздуха с топливом), то в двигатель попадает большее количество смеси воздуха с топливом. Как следствие, при сгорании увеличивается объём сгораемого топлива с воздухом, образовавшийся газ занимает больший объём и соответственно возникает большая сила, давящая на поршень.Это приводит к увеличению мощности без увеличения размера и веса двигателя.

Ford Escape (2017)

Экономия топлива – это измерение эффективности использования топлива, на основе того, как далеко вы можете проехать с определенным количеством бензина. Чем выше показатель экономии топлива, тем автомобиль будет дешевле в эксплуатации.

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