Used Ford Escape Hybrids

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2012 Ford Escape What's new for 2012? 
2012 Ford Escape

There are no major changes for the 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid.

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2011 Ford Escape What's new for 2011? 
2011 Ford Escape

The only major change for 2011 is the availability of HD Radio.

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2010 Ford Escape What's new for 2010? 
2010 Ford Escape

For 2010, Ford adds a bevy of new available features not found on any of the Escape Hybrid's competition. Among the more notable is an integrated blind spot side view mirror, MyKey programmable key, Active Park Assist parallel parking aid, a rear view camera and the SYNC system with Traffic, Direction and Information.

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2009 Ford Escape What's new for 2009? 
2009 Ford Escape

The same, all-new 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine found in the 2009 Ford Escape makes it way into the Escape Hybrid model, bumping up horsepower and torque while seeing a one-mile-per-gallon increase in highway fuel economy. Also new are a six-speed automatic transmission and an Escape Limited trim.

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2008 Ford Escape What's new for 2008? 
2008 Ford Escape

Despite its new look, the 2008 Ford Escape's chassis, engines and transmissions are, for the most part, carry-overs from the previous model. What is new are the redesigned exterior and interior components, which include seat fabric made from 100-percent recycled material, a new dash backlit in "Ice Blue" lighting and standard AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control (RSC).

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2007 Ford Escape What's new for 2007? 
2007 Ford Escape

Outside of four new packages that bundle a number of appearance, safety and entertainment features, there are no major changes for 2007.

About Ford Escape

In the world of compact CUVs ( Crossover Utility Vehicle) the 2012 Ford Escape stands out for a number of reasons. Fresh from a complete makeover that spanned the 2010 and 2011 model run, the 2012 Ford Escape may look like an old friend, but it's been pretty much remade from the ground up. Unlike its closest competitor, the 2012 Honda CR-V, the Escape offers the option of a V6 engine, which not only gives it more power when needed, but provides more towing ability. The 2012 Ford Escape trounces its domestic competition by offering such exclusives as the Ford SYNC communications system and Active Park Assist, a system which can help guide the vehicle into a parallel parking space. And, while newer names such as the Kia Sportage and Hyundai Tucson pose a major challenge to the Blue Oval's rugged little off-roader, neither has the longevity or the loyal fan base amassed by the Escape's long production run. Then again, the Escape's boxy yet rugged exterior may not hold as much appeal as the sleek and stylish Korean twins, but it certainly fits into the mold of a tough Ford truck, and for many that is exactly the image a CUV should present.