2015 Ford Escape SUV Concept
The 2015 Ford Escape emerges as one of the best little hybrids in a portion loaded with commendable entrances. Totally upgraded a year ago, the Ford Escape remains one of our most loved smaller hybrid Suvs. It has sharp taking care of, nice looking styling and high-end inside touches that help legitimize its imperceptibly higher cost in this class.
You don’t need to take a gander at the 2015 Ford Escape for much sooner than you begin to think it would seem that a pumped-up Ford Focus, and with great reason. The Escape is dependent upon the same stage as the Focus, and it demonstrates in the smooth styling. We adore the Ford Focus for its quality, adaptability and brilliant driving character, and those characteristics decipher well to the Escape bundle. Indeed, the Escape is heavier than a Focus, yet it still has a pleasantly controlled ride and runs around turns with an astounding level of dexterity.
The 2015 Ford Escape is a smaller hybrid SUV that comes in three trim levels: S, SE and Titanium.
The S accompanies 17-inch steel wheels, a coordinated blind side mirror, Mykey parental controls, full power adornments, journey control, cooling, a tilt-and-extendable controlling wheel, a rearview Polaroid, the Sync voice charge gadgets interface, Bluetooth telephone and sound connectivity, and a six-speaker sound framework with a CD player, a Usb/ipod interface and a helper sound jack.
A six-rate programmed transmission is standard, and everything except the S are accessible in either front- or all-wheel-drive arrangement (the S is front-wheel-drive just). In Edmunds testing, an all-wheel-drive Escape with the 2.0-liter motor rushed to 60 mph in 7.0 seconds. A front-wheel-drive Escape 1.6 did the same sprint in 9.4 seconds. Legitimately prepared, an Escape with the 2.0-liter turbo motor can tow up to 3,500 pounds.
Mileage gauges for the 2.5 are 22 mpg city/31 mpg parkway and 25 mpg consolidated. The 1.6-liter turbo with front-wheel drive wins 23/33/26, while the 2.0-liter turbo with front-wheel drive rates 22/30/25. All-wheel-drive forms rate 1-2 mpg less.
In government accident tests, the Escape earned a general rating of four stars (out of a conceivable five), with four stars for aggregate frontal-effect crash assurance and five stars for aggregate side-sway insurance. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Escape a top score of “Great” in its frontal-balanced, side-effect and top quality tests.
Dash and focus comfort materials are magnetic, and general fit and completion is fantastic. The controlling wheel is imparted to the Ford Focus and improves the Escape’s energetic feel, while offering of service sound controls plus. The area of the atmosphere controls is cumbersome, however, as they’re put low on the core stack and the rigging selector hinders access.
Nor are we enamored with the discretionary Myford Touch framework. The 8-inch primary presentation controls different sound, telephone and route capacities by means of voice (Sync), touch controls or catches on the directing wheel. It’s a savvy thought in principle, and it does give some decent customization and cell phone mix conceivable outcomes. Sadly, there’s a taking in bend included for the client, and even with Ford’s late overhauls, we’ve discovered the framework inclined to glitches and moderate to react. What’s more, a number of the touchscreen symbols are troublesome to spot and press while moving.
Favored with snappy directing, moderately sharp reflexes and a propelled all-wheel-drive framework, the 2015 Ford Escape gives lively taking care of and footing through turns. By and large, its one of the better-taking care of little hybrids accessible. These capacities don’t take a swing at the out of pocket of ride solace, either, as the Escape supports a stable, confined mien over knocks and when cruising on the thruway.