Meet Your Used 2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD

2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
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2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD
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Year: 2013 Price: $15,900.00
Make: Ford Trans: Automatic
Model: Escape A/C: Yes
Trim: SEL 4WD Engine: I4 2.0 DOHC
Stock#: 13-74263-T Mileage: 113620
  • EcoBoost 2.0L I-4 231hp intercooled turbo engine
  • 6-speed automatic transmission with overdrive
  • 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS)
  • side seat mounted airbags
  • Safety Canopy System curtain 1st and 2nd row overhead airbags
  • driver knee airbag
  • airbag occupancy sensor
  • automatic air conditioning
  • 18" aluminum wheels
  • cruise control
  • ABS and driveline traction control
  • four-wheel drive.

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2013 Escape sel 4wd very clean ,one owner accident free , new car trade is also well appointed with 2 ltre turbo , heated power leather seats ,sync, navigation , alloy wheels and more NO PAYMENTS FOR 90 DAYS ON SELECTED VEHICLES
The Ford Escape is a mid-size sport-utility vehicle, which now incorporates the latest technology and style; setting a new standard in the SUV category. Completely redesigned for 2013 the Escape features an athletic looking exterior, with a much improved interior.

The five-passenger Escape is available in S, SE, SEL, and Titanium trims, in either front or four-wheel drive. Engine choices start with the 168-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder. Also, a 173-hp 1.6-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine is available. For even more power a 237-hp 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine is offered. All variations are paired with a six-speed select-shift automatic transmission. Impressive features offered on the Escape include a Panoramic Vista Roof, satellite radio, SYNC, MyFord Touch, a trailer towing package, heated leather seating, navigation system, auto park with cross traffic alert, Sony audio, MyKey, and an industry first hands-free power liftgate. Standard safety features include seven-airbags with drive knee airbag, passive anti-theft system, AdvanceTrac stability control with anti-rollover technology, four-wheel disc brakes, and tire pressure monitoring.

The Ford Escape is all-new for 2013.

Quick Quotes
The Escape's brake feel is solid and linear. Pedal pressure corresponds nicely to brake force, making them easy to modulate and confidence-inspiring.
- Motor Trend, CarsDirect
If you've ever seen an episode of "So You Think You Can Dance?" you know that most of America can't. Dance, that is. So the newly redesigned Ford Escape should make things interesting.
- The Wall Street Journal, CarsDirect
Ford interior is finished in top-notch materials that would be at home on a Lincoln or any other entry-level luxury vehicle.
- Canadian Driver, CarsDirect

Full Review

All-new, featuring fuel-efficient EcoBoost engines.


The 2013 Ford Escape is a total redesign that moves the top-selling compact SUV into the times, with high-tech small engines, a smooth 6-speed transmission, aerodynamic front styling, and electronic wizardry.Ford claims 11 features exclusive to the Escape in the compact SUV class, everything from a capless fuel nozzle to Torque Vectoring Control, which helps the Escape corner more securely.

Gas prices have fueled the compact SUV market (in Europe it's quadrupled in the last decade), so this is a class that's important to Ford's ongoing rebound, and they've pulled out all the stops to make the Escape good.

Fuel mileage varies from an EPA-estimated 23 City/33 Highway mpg with the 1.6-liter front-wheel drive Escape to 21/28 mpg with the 2.0-liter all-wheel drive.We drove both versions and fell below those marks, however, averaging 22.7 mpg in the 1.6-liter and 19.7 mpg in the 2.0-liter, while driving them spiritedly.That's still better than a comparably equipped Honda CR-V or Toyota RAV4, and good enough that the Escape Hybrid has been abandoned.

The 2013 Escape lineup features three engines, including the returning tried-and-true 2.5-liter, less powerful and efficient but with a lower MSRP than the new EcoBoost engines.The four-cylinder EcoBoosts make their North American debut in the Escape, although they've been running in Europe for three years.There's a 1.6-liter making 178 horsepower and 2.0-liter making 240 hp, both twin-turbos with direct injection and twin independent variable camshaft timing (Ti-VCT), although having different designs.

This review is a Tale of Two Escapes, because we found the 1.6-liter FWD to feel completely different from the 2.0-liter AWD.The 1.6 is quick, lively and visceral, a blast to drive.The 2.0-liter AWD feels more grownup, civilized, solid, heavy.If you want a four-cylinder compact SUV that feels like a midsize V6, the Escape is for you.

Creature comfort is impeccable, even with the standard fabric upholstery, rugged and handsome.The chassis is 40 percent stiffer, and the ride is smooth.The interior materials are soft, and the plastic high quality.Rear legroom is decent, at 36.8 inches, and rear climate control is standard in all but the base S model.There's excellent cargo space, 68.1 cubic feet behind the first row and 34.3 cubic feet behind the second row, and the standard 60/40 rear seat folds flat wonderfully fast, with one lever.

The nose of the new 2013 Escape is distinctive, sort of aero stubby, with the blue oval emblem in its wide narrow grille to say it's a Ford.Although the Escape emulates its big brother the Explorer SUV, its new nose more resembles its little brother the Focus hatchback.The hood has nice character lines, and the headlights sweep sharply back and up into muscular wheelwells.

One clever innovation that others are already copying is an available magic release for the liftgate.Kick your foot under the rear bumper, and presto, the liftgate pops open so you can drop your heavy things into the back without having to set them down.It's a feature we like, and would buy, although you can do the same with a remote keyfob that opens the liftgate, that is if you remember to carry it in your hand with your thumb over the button when you leave the grocery store with your arms full.

We'll save the worst for last, in this overview.MyFordTouch has been totally redesigned after its disastrous first generation in 2011, and you can now get the new program downloaded for free in your 2011-12 Ford, so definitely do that.The new version, as they say, is simpler and the screen is cleaner.And to be sure, we have, at times, gotten it to work for us.But it still ain't easy, and you need a real sense of humor to talk to Voice Command.It's kind of like talking to your teenagers, and getting them to do their chores.

Well, there is more in the good news department.Last but not least, the price for the Escape has actually come down.The base S model has dropped by $200, while Ford claims the SE has $1000 more content for only $200 more, and the SEL has $2300 more content for $1500 more.

top Body Exterior
Tailpipe finisher : chrome
Heated door mirrors
Turn signal indicator mirrors
Number of doors : 4
Power door mirrors
Power liftgate
Door mirrors : body-colour
Roof rack
Rear cargo : power liftgate
Bumpers : body-colour
top Convenience Features
Rear beverage holders
Trunk/hatch auto-latch
Front beverage holders
Memory seat
Telescoping steering wheel
Overhead console
Rear door bins
Passenger door bin
Speed control
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
1-touch up
Garage door transmitter
Front dual zone A/C
Tilt steering wheel
1-touch down
Passenger vanity mirror
Air conditioning
Remote keyless entry
Driver door bin
Power windows
Driver vanity mirror
Automatic temperature control
Illuminated entry
top Entertainment Features
Speakers : 9
CD player
Radio data system
1st row LCD monitors : 2
MP3 decoder
Steering wheel mounted audio controls
Internet access capable : mobile hotspot
AM/FM radio : SIRIUS
Wireless phone connectivity
Primary LCD size : 8.0"
top Visibility and Instruments
Rear window wiper
Front fog lights
Display : analog
Front reading lights
Rear window defroster
Variably intermittent wipers
Delay-off headlights
Trip computer
Low tire pressure warning
Fully automatic headlights
Outside temperature display
top Off-Road Capability
Ramp breakover angle : 18 deg
Approach angle : 22 deg
Departure angle : 28 deg
Ground clearance (min) : 200mm (7.9")
top Powertrain
Limited slip differential
Fuel tank capacity : 57.0L
Manual-shift auto : SelectShift
Torque : 270 lb.-ft. @ 3,000RPM
Fuel economy city : 9.8L/100 km
Fuel economy highway : 6.9L/100 km
Variable valve control
Compressor : intercooled turbo
Transmission : 6 speed automatic
Block heater
Drive type : four-wheel
Recommended fuel : Regular Unleaded
Number of valves : 16
Engine litres : 2.0
Engine location : front
Cylinder configuration : I-4
Horsepower : 231hp @ 5,500RPM
top Safety and Security
Overhead airbag
Electronic stability
Dual front side impact airbags
Adjustable head restraints : driver and passenger w/tilt
Occupant sensing airbag
Knee airbag
4 wheel disc brakes
Security system
ABS brakes
Panic alarm
Perimeter/approach lights
Brake assist
Traction control
Dual front impact airbags
Ignition disable
top Seats and Trim
Front seats : bucket
Split folding rear seat
Rear seats : split-bench
Leather shift knob
Heated front seats
Front centre armrest
Max seating capacity : 5
Rear seat centre armrest
Leather upholstery
Power 2-way driver lumbar support
Power driver seat
top Specs and Dimensions
Interior maximum cargo volume : 1,920 L (68 cu.ft.)
Interior cargo volume : 971 L (34 cu.ft.)
Turning radius : 5.9m (19.4')
GVWR : 2,195kg (4,839lbs)
Rear legroom : 934mm (36.8")
Curb weight : 1,693kg (3,732lbs)
Front shoulder room : 1,421mm (55.9")
Exterior body width : 1,838mm (72.4")
Front legroom : 1,096mm (43.1")
Engine displacement : 2.0 L
Passenger volume : 2,778L (98.1 cu.ft.)
Rear headroom : 991mm (39.0")
Wheelbase : 2,690mm (105.9")
Rear hiproom : 1,330mm (52.4")
Front headroom : 1,013mm (39.9")
Engine torque : 270 lb.-ft. @ 3,000RPM
Compression ratio : 9.30 to 1
Engine bore x stroke : 87.5mm x 83.1mm (3.44" x 3.27")
Towing capacity : 907kg (2,000lbs)
Rear shoulder room : 1,404mm (55.3")
Exterior length : 4,524mm (178.1")
Exterior height : 1,685mm (66.3")
Front hiproom : 1,392mm (54.8")
Engine horsepower : 231hp @ 5,500RPM
top Suspension/Handling
Speed-sensing steering
Rear tires : 235/50HR18.0
Rear anti-roll bar
Front anti-roll bar
Power steering
Four wheel independent suspension
Wheel size : 18"
Front tires : 235/50HR18.0
Alloy wheels
top Warranty
Basic warranty : 36 months/60,000km
Powertrain warranty : 60 months/100,000km
Corrosion perforation warranty : 60 months/ unlimited distance
Roadside assistance coverage : 60 months/100,000km
Prices may include cash incentives available to Canadian customers residing in the province of Ontario, for details about pricing available to customers outside of Ontario please contact us.