With a diesel engine, auto transmission and all-wheel drive, all for less than forty grand, the 2017 Ford Escape Trend diesel AWD offers a solid alternative for buyers in the medium SUV segment.
The Blue Oval's flagship Ford Escape 2.0 Titanium is a medium SUV that thinks it's a plus-sized hot hatch. But does its potent turbo-petrol heartbeat improve or diminish its family-hauling capabilities?
The new Ford Escape gets a new look and a name change. But is the flagship Titanium diesel worth the near $50,000 spend?
Taking a city-focused SUV for a spin on the sand isn't what most people would do in a new car, but that's exactly where we took the 2017 Ford Escape to test out the autonomous emergency braking, on-demand all-wheel drive system and rear-view camera. We started the day at Sydney's famous Bondi Beach (but not on the sand), then headed to Boat Harbour which is one of the few beaches around Sydney that you actually are allowed to drive on...
Despite the name change, the Ford Escape is a very familiar product, and that's a good thing. But, will the lack of AEB across the range cause it to stumble in this tough category?
Ford has refreshed the mid-sized Kuga SUV with a new look and a new name - this is the 2017 Ford Escape.
Prior to even setting foot in the car, it became clear where a large amount of the Ford Territory’s outside bits were derived. Things such as the dual-release boot, door handles, alloy wheels, mirrors and to some extent, exterior styling, all seem to have come from the Ford Escape in some way. I’m not saying this is a bad thing; it’s just great to see where some of the ideas were formed...