At some point in its relatively short life, this crossover found itself staring at the dirt and wondering what must have led it to this sad, sad fate. It must have been, in that moment, when this Ford realized there was no Escape.
This was sent to us by Thomas, a reader of both our site and the BuyFordNow site for the Philadelphia area. This screenshot has a subtle problem; can you spot it?
If you’ve ever spent some time in the greater Los Angeles area, you’ll notice that exotic, rare, and otherwise unobtainable cars in the rest of the country are the norm, which means that if you want to be noticed, you’ll need something that takes people utterly by surprise—something like this bone stock Ford Escape…
The 2017 Ford Escape has been completely redesigned with new engines and a new look. But the vehicle’s built around driver-aiding technology, and in particular, your phone.
The Ford Escape is a sensible crossover that offers tons of options and Ford’s handsome global face. What do you need to know before you buy a Ford Escape? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
There were four recalls from Ford today, including two big ones affecting 1.1 million SUVs sold in North America. The trouble for Escape, Explorer and Mercury Mariner owners is a power steering system that could fail.
Remember the fun-sized first generation Ford Escape? If you're still riding around in one you might want to give it a once-over, Ford just just issued a recall for some 385,760 2001 to 2004 Escapes over a "rust issue" that could cause components of the SUV to come apart and "affect the ability to steer."
Ford has a problem child and its name is 'Escape with 1.6-liter Ecoboost.' The automaker announced today it's issuing two more recalls to stop fire risks that have been plaguing the vehicle since its 2012 redesign, bringing the total to six recalls for the popular crossover.
I hear it all the time, living on the East Coast: "Well, I need an all-wheel drive car because it rains and snows sometimes." But those in the know are well aware that the right kind of rubber is really more important than anything else.
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Our rollout of Detroit Auto Show reveals continues tonight with the Lincoln MKC Concept, which previews what is sure to be the brand's next small crossover SUV. (I needed to post this tonight because I know how passionate you all are about small crossover SUVs.)
Everyday cars are getting better and better at driving themselves. What's the best use of this new technology? Dancing cars, of course!
Calling a tow truck or flat bed isn't all that hard. For a nominal fee, they'll come to where you live and transport your car to your desired location. Easy peasy.
If you've been watching the NBA Finals in the New York City area, you've probably seen a commercial that's been terrifying Yankee fans and non-Yankee fans alike. The ad shows various people living their various lives, surrounded by various items adorned with that familiar Yankees logo and pinstripes. Because the…
The Ford Escape has always been the capable compact SUV you never really wanted, but was your go-to response to the question: "I don't off-road. I want an SUV. What should I buy?" The new 2013 Ford Escape is no longer an SUV, but it won't change the answer to that question.
All those years spent pining for the Euro-only Ford Kuga crossover were not in vain for Ford has finely deigned us worthy with the Kuga-twin 2013 Ford Escape. Now we suddenly realize we never really wanted a crossover in the first place. Oh well. Our moms will buy them!