How long does 2013 Ford Escape last?
With careful handling and routine patience, Ford Escape mileage can last up to 250,000. The average is about 130,000 miles. In years, this can vary. Depending on how often you drive your Ford Escape, you can hit those miles quickly or after years of use.
Are 2012 Ford Escapes safe?
2012 Ford Escape/Overall NHTSA safety rating
What is a Ford Escape?
The Ford Escape is a compact crossover SUV sold by Ford since 2000 over four generations. Powertrains were supplied by Mazda with respect to the base inline-four engine, with Ford providing the optional V6.
Which is the best Ford Escape to buy?
Ford released the 2013 C-Max Hybrid as an all-new wagon for the 2013 model year. (The Escape Hybrid from the previous generation did not return with the Escape’s 2013 redesign.) If you’re looking for fuel efficiency, the C-Max is the better pick. In other areas, however, the choice is less clear-cut.
What’s the reliability rating of the 2013 Ford Escape?
The 2013 Escape has the lowest possible reliability rating of two out of five from J.D. Power. Read more about Escape reliability » 2013 Ford Escape Recalls At the time of this writing, 15 recalls have been issued for the 2013 Escape.
What are the trims of the 2013 Ford Escape?
It comes in four trims: base S, SE, SEL and Titanium. See the 2012 and redesigned 2013 Escapes compared here. At the heart of the Ford Escape’s success are three engine choices, all offering 30 mpg or better on the highway, according to Ford estimates.
Where did I test the new Ford Escape?
For some reason, Ford mapped out a test-drive route of more than 100 miles with a majority of them taking us through some of the twistiest roads in Northern California. These roads showed off how well the car handled, but it’s unlikely many consumers will pilot roads like this on more than a rare occasion.