Redesigned 2020 Ford Escape: All You Need to Know

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Ford’s Compact SUV Is More Car-Like Than Ever

Recently, Ford decided to eliminate most cars from its lineup in order to focus more on SUVs and pickup trucks. The 2020 Escape compact SUV is here to prove that car shoppers still have a place at Ford – at least, that’s the hope.

Based on the same platform as the latest Ford Focus (which is being dropped from Ford’s U.S. lineup), the Escape is roomier and more efficient than the model it replaces. But is this enough for the Escape to leapfrog highly acclaimed competitors like the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Kia Sportage, and Subaru Forester?

Ride and handling, long a strong suit of the nimble and athletic Escape, should continue to impress in this new model. What’s needed most is a higher number of safety and technology features – two things SUV buyers have come to expect as standard features, not costly options. That’s why the 2020 Escape is fitted with a wide range of standard safety items like forward collision warning and lane-keep assist, along with tech touches like wireless charging, two types of USB port, and an 8-inch touch screen for the infotainment system.

Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about the brand-new 2020 Ford Escape compact SUV ahead of its on-sale date this fall.

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