Here at David Stanley Ford we love this 2015 Ford Escape. The Ford Escape takes convenience to a new level. To open the available foot-activated liftgate, simply wave your foot under the bumper when the available Intelligent Access key is in your pocket. Good performance and fuel efficiency; many high-tech features; agile handling; high-quality cabin; comfortable seating. The 2015 Ford Escape manages to not only distinguish itself with its chiseled good looks, but also garner critical praise thanks to its sharp handling, comfortable seating and high-end interior touches.
The cabin is welcoming and furnished with high-quality materials and some impressive standard features, such as a rearview camera, an iPod interface and Ford's Sync voice-control system. The sleek-looking MyFord Touch electronics interface, makes the 2015 Ford Escape feel like a more expensive car, and is also superior to the standard interface of form-over-function buttons. It does a good job of controlling the car's various audio, phone and navigation functions and nicely complements the Sync voice controls.
The 2015 Ford Escape differs from its competitors by offering three engine choices. A six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive (FWD) are standard across the board, with all but the S available with all-wheel drive (AWD). All boast impressive EPA fuel economy numbers. Up front in the cabin the Escape provides a pair of well-shaped, generously padded seats that ensure proper comfort and support. Materials and overall fit and finish are excellent. There's a competitive amount of room inside the Escape, even in the reclining rear seat, which has plenty of head and legroom. The wide front seats are generously padded, with ample adjustment and good seatback bolstering. Blessed with quick steering, relatively sharp reflexes and an advanced all-wheel-drive system, the 2015 Ford Escape provides sporty handling and traction through turns. Overall, it's one of the better-handling small crossovers available. These abilities don't come at the expense of ride comfort either, as the Escape maintains a stable, isolated demeanor over bumps and while cruising on the highway.