Review of Ford Escape 2020, a different evolution

During the review of the Ford Escape 2020 today we will learn about the fourth generation of the famous compact crossover from the American manufacturer, which replaces the previous generation after continuing in the market for 7 years, where the 2020 model comes lighter and strongly based on Ford Focus abroad and inside with several engine options including hybrid And rechargeable hybrid.

Exterior design

We begin the review of the Ford Escape 2020 with a look at its exterior, which has a modern design language similar to the rest of the Ford models, as it is similar to the Fox and Vista models that come with a wide grille installed at the bottom of the front end, with taillights and horizontal taillights.

In terms of lateral design, we note that Ford Escape 2020 is a little different from the previous generation, but with minor updates that include more smooth surfaces inspired by Ford Fiesta, as well as get a slightly wider and taller body with a slightly reduced height from the ground as well.

Cabin and technologies

We continue to revise the Ford Escape 2020 and now move on to the cabin that now looks almost identical to the Fox interior.It comes with the same dual dashboard and dashboard cover with a multi-angle center console with upper buttons and lower air-conditioning vents.

Ford Escape 2020 also offers us a lot of technologies that start with a standard 8-inch touch screen with a choice of 12.3-inch digital meters to make the car look classy, especially with SYNC 3 infotainment system supporting Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Waze Navigation, as well as an option A luxurious Bang & Olufsen audio system featuring 10 575W speakers and 4G WiFi support for up to 10 devices, with a special application that allows the car to be opened, closed, operated and located, without forgetting wireless charging support.

Ford has also improved the comfort of all passengers by offering a second-row slider that provides the largest foot space in this class when the seats are turned back.


The Ford Escape comes with a Co-Pilot360 safety package that includes a track keep system, automatic brakes with pedestrian monitoring, blind spot detection and a rear camera, with an adaptive cruise control and collision avoidance option with an automatic parking assist.

the performance

The new Ford Escape is available with 4 engine options, the first 1.5-liter EcoBoost 3 cylinder with 180 hp and 240 Nm of torque, while the 2-liter EcoBoost engine with 250 hp and 373 Nm of torque, both comes with 8-speed automatic transmission, the latest engine delivers a 0-100 km / h acceleration experience in 6 seconds with a full-wheel drive option and 1,588 kg towing capacity

The other two options are 2.5-liter engines, the first hybrid 4 cylinder with 198 hp and the second rechargeable hybrid with a power of 209 hp, and both come with a continuously variable CVT transmission to optimize fuel efficiency.

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