22/29  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.1  Sec.
0-60 MPH
34-68  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Ford Escape?

Continuing on with its excellent design in 2019, the Escape will not see many changes. The SE and SEL trims will have a smart key with push-button stop & start as well as a remote starter that now come standard. Additionally, the SE trim will now have SYNC 3, a great system for gaining even more features when you connect your smartphone. On the exterior, there are new color options available. Drivers can now choose Agate Black, Sedona Orange, or Baltic Sea Green.

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2019 Escape Trims & Features

Drivers can decide between 4 different trim levels depending on their needs. The options are S, SE, SEL, and Titanium. Each of the trims has a front-wheel-drive option, the only option for the S. While the other three trims also have an all-wheel-drive version.

There are several amazing features that come standard on all trim levels of the Escape. Remote keyless entry, a sleek-scan radio, and a 1st Row LCD monitor are just some of the things Ford has included to make your drive more enjoyable. The SE trim has driver seat lumbar support, front fog/driving lights, a second LCD monitor, and heated front seats. At the SEL level, the Escape has leather trim on the seats, heated mirrors, and Parking Assist.

At the top of the trim packages sit the Titanium, which has all of the previously mentioned amenities, plus a few of its own. This version has a navigation system, Active Parking Assist, 19" wheels machined w/painted aluminum accents, and SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite radio. Both the driver and the front passenger get lumbar support in the Titanium Escape.

How Much Power is Under the Hood?

2019 Ford EscapeThere are several options for engines in the 2019 Escape, depending on the trim level. For those with the base level S trim, there is a 168-hp, 2.5-liter I-4 engine. Moving up to the SE or SEL trim level will get you a 179-hp, 1.5-liter I-4 engine. Finally, drivers of the Titanium will get to enjoy a 245-hp, 2.0-liter I-4 engine. The transmission on all versions of the Escape is a 6-speed automatic w/OD and auto-manual.

Drivers can get plenty of torque out of each and every trim level. The engine in the S level generates 170 @ 4,500 rpm torque. At the SE and SEL level, drivers can get 177 @ 2,500 rpm torque. The Titanium engine gives drivers 275 @ 3,000 rpm.

Which Features Come Standard for 2019?

2019 Ford EscapeMany safety features come standard in 2019 on the Ford Escape. Drivers get stability control, traction control, and anti-lock brakes. There are front-impact, side impact, knee, and overhead airbags to help keep you and your passengers safe in the event of a crash. Seatbelt pretensioners are also standard and can help keep your body positioned ideally in an accident.

Depending on the trim level, there are even more available safety features. Drivers can get adaptive cruise control, active lane control, blind spot monitors, and parking sensors. If you are someone needing a towing package, the 2019 Escape gives you trailer-sway control as well as better headlights.

With so much to explore we invite you to take a closer look at the 2019 Ford Escape. Climb inside and see how it performs for yourself with a test drive. At Gwinnett Place Ford we do more to find you the vehicle you want. Call or visit us to take your test drive appointment with one of our friendly staff members today.

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