2020 Ford Escape

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2020 MODEL
$24,885 - $36,435
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2020 Ford Escape Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: July 21, 2020

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The automotive industry has its own share of trend; the 50s were all about chrome, flat panels and black plastic ruled the 80s and 90s. Now crossovers are resonating with the masses. The new third-generation 2020 Ford Escape is a crossover option for those in need of a 5 passenger vehicle with a decent boot and good towing capability.

The Escape Interior amenities depend largely on trim as the base Escape S is scant among competition while the top Titanium trim is more luxuriously appointed than any of the competition. This Ford compact SUV, however, is a bit partial with best in class front legroom but below average rear legroom. Ford SYNC 3, Ford's next-generation infotainment, is available from SEL trim onwards.

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Pros

More premium than its predecessor

Ford Sync 3 infotainment

Improved interior room

FordPass Connect Telematics

Co-Pilot 360 standard across all trims

Cons

Sleeker proportions trade off some cargo space

What's New?

Completely redesigned

Lighter than the outgoing model

Optional 12.3 inch digital instrument display and head up display

Cylinder deactivation technology

Cylinder deactivation technology

Selectable drive modes

Hybrid model reappears after a long gap


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$24885

bodystyle

4dr SUV

passenger capacity

5

drivetrain

FWD

engine type

displacement

91 cu.in.

horsepower

181 hp

torque

177 lbs.-ft.

transmission

8-Speed Automatic

chassis

frame type

Unibody

suspension front

Independent front strut suspension

suspension rear

Independent rear short and long arm suspension

brake rotors (f/r)

12.8/12.8

dimensions

wheelbase

106.7 in.

length

61.8 in.

width

74.1 in.

height

66.1 in.

curb weight

3299 lbs.

capacity

passenger volume

99.5 cu ft.

cargo volume

65.4 cu ft.

towing capacity

3500 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

8.4 sec.

standing ¼-mile

16.5 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

22/28/24 mpg

highway range

439.6 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr. /unlimited

roadside assistance

5 yr. / 60000 mi.


Pictures & Videos

Videos
2020 Ford Escape Detailed Review video

Styles

2020 Ford Escape in Agate Black Metallic color 2020 Ford Escape in Dark Green Metallic color 2020 Ford Escape in Oxford White color 2020 Ford Escape in Solaris Orange Metallic color 2020 Ford Escape in Ingot Silver Metallic color
Agate Black Metallic

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Ratings

Features

7.5

Engine And Performance

6.5

Interior

7.5

Competition

7.0

7.1

OVERALL RATING

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Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2020 Ford Escape S

S

power
181 hp
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
24 combined

$24,885 - $26,385


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
S 4dr SUV (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $24,885 MSRP (22/24/28) 181 hp, 1.5 L, Inline 3, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic front wheel drive 5
S 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $26,385 MSRP (22/24/28) 181 hp, 1.5 L, Inline 3, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5

2020 Ford Escape SE

SE

power
181 hp
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
24 combined

$27,105 - $28,605


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SE 4dr SUV (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $27,105 MSRP (22/24/28) 181 hp, 1.5 L, Inline 3, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic front wheel drive 5
SE 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $28,605 MSRP (22/24/28) 181 hp, 1.5 L, Inline 3, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5

2020 Ford Escape SEL

SEL

power
250-hp @ 5,500 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
24 combined

$29,265 - $32,640


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SEL 4dr SUV (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $29,265 MSRP (22/24/28) 181 hp, 1.5 L, Inline 3, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic front wheel drive 5
SEL 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $30,765 MSRP (22/24/28) 181 hp, 1.5 L, Inline 3, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5
SEL 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $32,640 MSRP (22/24/28) 250-hp @ 5,500 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
8-speed shiftable automatic all wheel drive 5

2020 Ford Escape Titanium

Titanium

power
250 hp
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
24 combined

$36,435


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Titanium 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $36,435 MSRP (22/24/28) 250 hp, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5

Expert Review

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There is no dearth of power as well as the Escape comes with three engine options. A 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine comes standard with the base while a turbocharged 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine powers the SE and Titanium trim. There is also a 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine that comes optional. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay have been made available for the current model year along with some other desirable features like the automatic climate control. Prices for the Escape starts at $23,750.

2020 Ford Escape SUV Front view
2020 Ford Escape SUV Rear view

7.5/10
Features

6.5/10
Engine and Performance

7.5/10
Interior

7.0/10
Competition


2020 Ford Escape Features

7.5/10

The base 2020 Ford Escape S retails at $24,850. That’s below the segment favourite Honda C-RV (starting from $25,150) and Mazda CX-5 ($25,045). However, stay away from the Escape S as it lacks any desired features and comes with the downright unsatisfactory 2.5L I4. If budget is a stumbling block, go for Kia Sportage (you will be spared from being unfairly treated for opting lowest trim).

Along with its several aesthetical options, the 2020 Escape allows you to pick from five available trims and three engine options as well. Prices for the base ‘S’ starts at $24,885 and goes all the way up to $33,400.

Trims

S

SE

SE Sport

SEL

Titanium

MSRP (FWD)

$24,885

$27,105

$28,255

$29,265

$33,400

MSRP (AWD)

$26,385

$28,605

 

$32,640

$36,435

Engine

1.5 Liter I-3

1.5 Liter I-3

2.5 Liter I-4

1.5 Liter I-3

2.5 Liter I-4

Features

Emergency braking assist

Adds to S - 

Adds to SE - 

Adds to SE Sport - 

Adds to SEL - 

 

Post-collision safety system

Ford Co-Pilot 360 Assist

SE Sport Premium Package w/Ford Co-Pilot 360 Assist

Sport front seats

Turn signal mirrors

 

Blindspot and lane departure warnings accident avoidance system

Satellite radio with 6 months of provided service

Leather steering wheel

Leatherette interiors

Radio w/real-time traffic satellite radio

 

Cruise control

Front seatback storage

Aluminum Mini Space-Saver Wheel (VP)

Black Roof-Rail Crossbars 

Full LED headlamps

 

Electric power steering

Keyless ignition

10-way power driver seat

18 in. wheels

19 in. wheels

 

Rearview camera

Dual illuminated vanity mirrors

   

Titanium Premium Package

 

Climate control

Hands-free entry

   

10 speaker Bang & Olufsen premium audio

 

6-way driver and 4-way manual front seats

8 -way power driver's seat with power adjustable lumbar support

   

10-way power drivers and 6-way power passengers seat

 

17" Shadow Silver-Painted Aluminum Wheels

Multi-level heated front seats

   

Adaptive cruise control

 

Heated mirrors

Driver seat with power adjustable lumbar support

   

Electrochromatic inside rearview mirror

   

Rear ventilation ducts

   

Front and rear parking sensors

   

Folding center armrest

   

Automatic parking assist

   

Panoramic Vista Roof

   

Leather upholstery

You can choose AWD ($1,750 extra), Ford’s Safe and Smart package with active safety features, driver assistance systems, and others. The story of pay more, get more continues as you go higher up the chain with top end Ford Titanium (can cross $40,000 fully loaded) being most luxurious, and most expensive in the segment.

We Recommend

We would recommend picking up the SE trim that comes standard with a 1.5-litre 3-cylinder engine. The 2020 Ford Escape is certainly not a car with very high ambitions. The SE trim gets decent features and comfort packaging for its class along with ample fuel economy from the 3-cylinder engine.

2020 Ford Escape Engine and Performance

6.5/10

The ford escape has three engine options and one of them, the 2.0L EcoBoost, is the most powerful among rivals. The steering feels alive and the suspension keeps the body motions in check. All these make for a satisfying driving experience. However, all these sportiness also comes with a compromise – jittery ride quality.

The Escape comes with three engine option and a single 6-Speed Automatic. The base 2.5L naturally aspirated engine only acts as a tool to advertise low starting price. It lacks on both fuel efficiency and performance (168hp @ 6000 rpm and 170 lb-ft @ 4500 rpm). It’s a strict no-no for anyone shopping for a Ford Escape.

2020 Ford Escape SUV 1.5 Liter 3 cylinder I-4 Engine

The 1.5L EcoBoost is a good choice delivering 180 bhp @ 6000 rpm and 177 pounds-feet starting from as low 2500 rpm. High torque lower down the engine speed range improves drivability. The peak power is on par with the competition and the 6-Speed Automatic is a smooth companion to this refined engine.

Models

Ford Escape

Chevrolet Equinox

Honda CRV

Toyota Rav 4

Nissan Rogue

MSRP

$24,885

$23,800

$25,050

$25,850

$25,300

Engine

1.5 Liter 3 cylinder I-4

1.5 Liter I-4

1.5 Liter I-4

2.5 Liter I-4

2.5 Liter I-4

Transmission

8-speed automatic

6-speed shiftable automatic

continuously variable-speed automatic

8-speed shiftable automatic

continuously variable-speed automatic

Horsepower (hp)

180

170

190

203

170

Torque (ft-lbs)

177

203

179

184

175

If you need that shove in the back while escaping the city life, the 2.0L EcoBoost delivers segment crushing 245 bhp at 5500 rpm and peak torque of 275 pounds-feet as low as 3000 rpm. The available 4WD option ensures you keep escaping when city ends and wilderness starts.

Acceleration

The Ford Escape with the base 2.5L engine accelerates like a bullock cart – taking 9.1 seconds for a 0-60 sprint. That’s almost a second slower than the next slowest rival. However, swap that oldie with the swanky 2.0L EcoBoost and the escape truly starts to fly. 0-60 mph is done in 7.3 seconds – fastest among the competition.

2020 Ford Escape SUV 0-60 MPH in just 8.4 sec

It could have been faster but the lack of traction off the line (evident by long squealing noise from the wheel) eats greatly on 0-60 time. However, once the escape gets a good hold on the tarmac, you get a good shove in the back.

Models

Ford Escape S

Chevrolet Equinox L

Honda CRV LX

Toyota Rav 4 LE

Nissan Rogue S

0-60 MPH

8.4 sec

8.3 sec

8.3 sec

8.5 sec

8.7 sec

Quarter mile

NA

16.3 sec

16.4 sec

16.6 sec

16.7 sec

Emission (Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15k mi/yr)

5.9

6.4

6.2

5.9

6.1

All the other crossovers in the competition have similar readings to the Escape, but each of them to are can be equipped with upgraded engines to enhance those readings.

Ride and Handling 

The handling qualities of the Ford Escape is in line with its name – Escape. Down the sinuous road, it hunts corner like a hound and you are left questioning yourself how you can enjoy a drive in a high riding crossover. The ride quality though is not compromised and the Ford Escape remains supple in the city or on highway excursion.

2020 Ford Escape SUV Front View

Ford Escape comes standard with front-wheel drive with an option to upgrade to all-wheel drive. This compact SUV feels more athletic than most of its competitors. The steering feels sharp while the well-tuned suspension makes the ride smooth.

Braking Performance

After impressing everybody on other dynamic fronts, the Ford Escape brake lets it down. It took longest to stop from 70 mph – 184 feet, almost 10 feet more than the nearest competition.

2020 Ford Escape SUV Front brake is 12.8 in.

The brakes seamlessly blend with the regenerative braking system without any signs of lack of feedback, which is unusual for a hybrid.

Models

Ford Escape S

Chevrolet Equinox L

Honda CRV LX

Toyota Rav 4 LE

Nissan Rogue S

Brake Front (in.)

12.8

11.8

11.1

12.0

11.7

Brake Rear (in.)

12.0

11.3

10.2

11.1

11.5

60-0 MPH (ft.)

128

119

128

134

123

To wow you further, the brakes in the hybrid trim bring the 2020 Escape to a halt from 60-0 in just 122 feet compared to the 128 feet of the turbo-powered models. Among the rivals, the Chevrolet Equinox takes the lead with its 119 feet distance from 60-0, even with comparatively smaller discs than the Escape.

2020 Ford Escape Fuel Economy

The base 2.5-0liter delivers 21 mpg in city and 29 mpg on the highway for a combined EPA rating of 24 mpg. What’s eye-opening is the fact the far throatier 2.0 EcoBoost delivers similar results - 21 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway for a combined EPA rating of 24 mpg.

Models

Ford Escape S

Chevrolet Equinox L

Honda CRV LX

Toyota Rav 4 LE

Nissan Rogue S

MPG (city)

27

26

28

26

26

MPG (highway

33

31

34

35

33

MPG (combined)

30

28

30

30

29

The most frugal in the lineup is 1.5L EcoBoost with 23 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway for a combined EPA rating of 26 mpg. That’s unimpressive against the most efficient competitor – Honda CRV with 26 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway for a combined EPA rating of 28 mpg.

2020 Ford Escape Interior

7.5/10

The Ford Escape can be had with plenty of amenities if you are ready to pay. The base S trim gets 6-way manual seats while Escape SE gets 10-way power seats. Memory function is added higher up the chain. The D-pillar is thick (a trend in crossovers) and compromises rear visibility. The panoramic vista roof is optional in Escape SE, Escape SEL and Escape Titanium trim.

2020 Ford Escape SUV Front Seats

The Ford Escape can seat up to five passengers. The front passengers are treated with generous legroom and comfortable seats. The rear seats are also comfortable but they offer lowest in class legroom and are somewhat cramped for adults. A “media bin” located in the centre console has USB and as the name suggests, is designed to accommodate your smartphone or tablets.

Models

Ford Escape S

Chevrolet Equinox L

Honda CRV LX

Toyota Rav 4 LE

Nissan Rogue S

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

40.0/57.6/42.4

40.0/57.2/40.9

40.1/57.9/41.3

39.5/57.8/41.0

41.6/56.6/43.0

Second (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

39.3/56.0/40.7

38.5/55.5/39.9

39.2/55.6/40.4

39.5/56.4/37.8

38.5/55.9/37.9

Ingress and egress are made easy by the big wide opening doors. The eight-way power driver seat in the SE trim along with manual tilt and telescoping steering wheel combines together to help the driver get a good view of the road. The rear seat also has an ample amount of head and legroom but fails to impress when it comes to what competitors are offering.

Interior Features :

  • USB connectivity
  • Speed sensitive volume control
  • FordPass Connect
  • 8 cup holders
  • Urethane steering wheel with cruise and audio controls, manual tilt and telescoping steering column
  • Visor Vanity Mirrors (Driver and Front Passenger)
  • 3 Powerpoints– Front of Center Console, Rear of Center Console and Cargo Area
  • Center Console with Convenient Media Bin
  • Selectable Drive Mode
  • Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start
  • 10-way Power Driver seat with Front Row Heat
  • FordPass Connect
  • SYNC 3

Infotainment System

The Ford Escape comes with SYNC infotainment system in lower-trim while the higher trims get the latest SYNC-3 infotainment. Lower trims get the base 6-Speaker Audio system while the top of line Escape Titanium gets 10-Speakers Sony audio system. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are available. However, with the finicky graphics and awful animation along with complex configurability, the digital gauge is not as effective and useful to operate than the ones available in its rivals. 

Cargo Capacity

The Escape has 37 cubic feet of luggage capacity with all seats up – respectable among the competition. However, the Honda CR-V has a segment-leading 39 cubic feet luggage capacity. 

2020 Ford Escape SUV Cargo Space is 37.5 cu ft.

The rear seats fold in 60/40 split and when completely folded, they liberate 68 cubic feet of space – again respectable but less than Honda CR-V (76 cubic feet). 34.0.

Models

Ford Escape

Chevrolet Equinox L

Honda CRV LX

Toyota Rav 4 LE

Nissan Rogue S

Cargo Volume (cu.-ft)

37.5

29.9

37.6

37.5

39.3

When we opposed the Escape with its competitors, it absolutely isn't the most liberal in boot space offering. The 2020 Escapes’ cargo space is suitable for its segment and on-par with the class average. However, the Nissan Rogue with its chunkier dimension offers the best in class 39.3 cu-ft of cargo room.

2020 Ford Escape SUV Front Seats
2020 Ford Escape SUV Front Seats
2020 Ford Escape SUV Rear Seats
2020 Ford Escape SUV Rear Seats
2020 Ford Escape SUV Interior
2020 Ford Escape SUV Interior
2020 Ford Escape SUV Interior
2020 Ford Escape SUV Interior
2020 Ford Escape SUV Gear Shifter
2020 Ford Escape SUV Gear Shifter

2020 Ford Escape Exterior

The Ford Escape exterior exudes athletic elegance. The design starts from the Aston Martin-like front grille (signature of modern fords) protruding in the airstream. From there on, numerous tight line seems to drape the escape giving an overall impression of a fast block of stone-hurling through a silky cloth.

2020 Ford Escape SUV Side View

The most noticeable of these are two crisp lines on the bonnet that look like a crease on that aforementioned hypothetical cloth. We think the Ford’s Ruby Red looks most striking as it beautifully highlights the creases and its metallic sheen perfectly complements the chrome garnish in the grille making for an upscale look. White Platinum also works great if you are a fan of that colour.

Models

Ford Escape S

Chevrolet Equinox L

Honda CRV LX

Toyota Rav 4 LE

Nissan Rogue S

Length (in)

180.5

183.1 

180.6

180.9

184.5

Width (in

74.1

72.6

73.0

73.0

72.4

Height (in)

66.1 

65.4 

66.1

67.0 

66.3

Ground clearance (in)

   

7.8 

8.4 

7.8

Wheelbase (in)

106.7 

107.3

104.7

105.9

106.5

Track width (in) F/R

62.4/61.8

62.2.62.2

63.0/63.7

63.0/63.7

62.8/62.8

Curb weight (lbs)

3299

3274 

3473

3370

3456

The explorer has an average length among the competition at 178.1 inches. For comparison, the lengthiest competitor – Honda CR-V is 184.6 inch in length. It has the lowest width and its height is below average. All this makes for a compact proportion. The Escape is, however, one of the heaviest compact SUVs. In the entire Ford lineup, Escape is the only crossover that looks as humble and modest as a car.

Exterior Features

Ford has stepped up its game in terms of the features that it offers in its cars. For the 2020 Escape, Ford has bundled quite a lot of features on the Escape, to make it stand tall among its adversaries. Some of the highlights include 

  • Panoramic vista roof
  • Daytime running lights
  • Body-colour rear spoiler
  • LED Signature Lighting
  • Dual chrome exhaust tips
  • Hands-Free, Foot-Activated Liftgate
  • Halogen Fog lamps
  • Rain-Sensing Wipers
  • Acoustic Laminated Front Door Side Glass
2020 Ford Escape SUV 3rd Quarter View
2020 Ford Escape SUV 3rd Quarter View
2020 Ford Escape SUV Top View
2020 Ford Escape SUV Top View
2020 Ford Escape SUV Front View
2020 Ford Escape SUV Front View
2020 Ford Escape SUV Cargo Space
2020 Ford Escape SUV Cargo Space
2020 Ford Escape SUV Side View
2020 Ford Escape SUV Side View
2020 Ford Escape SUV Rear View
2020 Ford Escape SUV Rear View

2020 Ford Escape Safety

The 2020 Ford Escape is more tuned for a car-like presentation on the road. However, that tuning is not only limited to its proportions and performance, but also in the safety department. Needless to say, the new Escape is very well loaded with adequate safety features for its class. Some of which include -

  • 4-Wheel ABS
  • Emergency Braking Preparation
  • Post and pre- Collision Safety System
  • Dual Front Side-Mounted Airbags
  • Front And Rear Head Airbags
  • Stability Control
  • Emergency Braking Assist
  • Blind Spot And Lane Departure Warnings Accident Avoidance System
  • Traction Control
  • BLIS with Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Rear View Camera
  • Auto High-Beam Headlamps
  • AdvanceTrac with RSC (Roll Stability Control)
  • SOS Post-Crash Alert System

2020 Ford Escape Competition

7.0/10

Ford Escape vs Chevrolet Equinox

The Chevrolet Equinox might be a more value proportion for those watching for a more comprehensive package. While the Chevy might not have the Escape’s more modern and renewed tech and features list as well as the super-smooth ride character of the Escape, but it certainly has some edges over the Ford. 

2020 Chevrolet Equinox

The Equinox offers more practicality than the Ford Escape. The Equinox also offers a decent ride comfort, but where it aces is its third row of seats and better off-roading capability.

Ford Escape vs Honda CRV

The Honda CR V is one of the best compact SUV in the segment and is a better vehicle than the Escape. Though the Escape can easily accommodate adults in the second row, the CRV offers slightly better legroom in the second row. Honda also leads when it comes to cargo space with 76 cubic feet.

2020 Honda CRV 

The new CR-V continues on the path of its predecessor offering a combination of sumptuous and spacious interiors, segment-best fuel economy, predictable handling and well-controlled body motions, good ride quality, and plenty of techs. All this in a reliable and safe package that’s priced appropriately leaves little to complain. However, ford is more deliciously equipped if you are ready to pay liberally.

 

Ford Escape vs Nissan Rogue

When compared to the 2020 Ford Escape, the Nissan Rogue seems more like a diverse bag. While its engine is not as polished as the Escape’s and offers hazy driving experience, but it does aces ahead of the Ford on certain terms. It has a more superior and well-built interior, offers better cargo space along with a third row and has loads of standard features as well. 

2020 Nissan Rogue

The Ford Escape is a well-rounded choice that looks expensive in its class and comes impressively equipped too. But that’s not impressive because it is actually more expensive than competitors and so it’s worth looking at an economical option.

2020 Ford Escape Final Verdict

Ford Escape happens to be the most enticing option for anyone who looks for the most upmarket thing in anything they buy. It’s not just cosmetic, the ride quality is supple and the car handles with precision making it a genuine fun to drive alternative to the Mazda CX-5. What’s more, the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine is the shining star in the segment with almost 245 horsepower on tap.

However, the CR-V proves to be as good (and in many criteria like interior space and cargo capacity, better) for a lower price with far better fuel efficiency too. On the other hand, those in search of a low-cost alternative will find the Kia Sportage fulfilling most of their needs.

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