Pre-Owned 2020 FordEscape Titanium SUV

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    Location Details
      Odometer
      50212
      Fuel Economy
      23/31 MPG City/Hwy
      Transmission
      Automatic
      Drivetrain
      AWD
      Engine
      4
      VIN
      1FMCU9J95LUB16077
      Stock Number
      PLUB16077
      Ford Escape
      • Carfax Free

      Detailed Specifications

      • Max seating capacity: 5
      • Fuel tank capacity: 15
      • Horsepower: 250

      Dealer Notes

      23/31 City/Highway MPG

      CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX.

      AWD.
      Odometer is 4632 miles below market average!


      2020 Ford Escape Titanium 4D Sport Utility AWD 8-Speed Automatic EcoBoost 2.0L I4 GTDi DOHC Turbocharged VCT


      Thanks for looking! If you would like more pictures, a copy of a vehicle history report, or any other information to help make an informed decision we are here to help. Proudly serving Denver, Aurora, Lakewood, Littleton, Parker, Highlands Ranch, Golden, Brighton, Greeley, and Boulder for over 10 Years.

      Awards:
      * JD Power Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study


      All prices do not include $589.50 dealer and handling.
      Prices include $1,000 GM Financial Incentive and $1,000 Trade Assistance. Not all buyers will qualify.
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      KBB.com Consumer Reviews

      Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
      Overall4.3Out of 5
      • KBB's Expert Review tells the story

        By Uncle tom on Wednesday, May 27, 2020

        5.0
        White Escape Hybrid titanium. Glad we decided on this instead of Rav4. It's a luxury car for us 'middle-weight' type people. Everything is fine...right now. More satisfied with the 2020 model than our 2016 titanium. Quiet, handles well, like switches, leather upholstery comfortable, visibility good, safety good, very good audio, and good grunt when needed. Driving 2/3's city and 1/3rd highways(2 lane mostly) currently averaging 42.2 mpg!'
      • 2021 Escape Titanium AWD

        By Great One on Saturday, June 26, 2021

        5.0
        So far my Escape has been great. I'm 6'2" and stocky and the cabin does not feel cramped. The backseat can slide forward and back a few inches which is nice also, I have not yet had any complaints about lack of space in the backseats. The 2.0L Ecoboost is definitely the way to go. It is fast and once I discovered the sport mode, I haven't really used any of the other ones. It accelerates quick and overtakes without breaking a sweat. Unfortunately Ford does not give you the option of choosing your default drive mode. So every time you start your vehicle you have to page through all the different modes until you get to the one you want. We get some snow where I live and the Escape did fine in light snow and ice. There's a drive mode for slippery conditions that slows the vehicle and lowers throttle response to prevent loss of traction. The stock tires are ok but not great in heavy rain and snow. I have not yet had the opportunity to try out the deep snow and sand mode yet. I noticed that TCS is disabled in that mode but I cannot comment on how throttle and shift points are affected. The entertainment center is responsive and intuitive. Apple car play can be spotty at times and won't connect properly. I have found that as long as I wait until everything has started up before plugging in my phone it works good. The B&O speakers sound fine but I could not tell a difference between any other car stereo I've ever had. Also the heads up display is a neat gimmick but it's just above the instrument cluster that displays all the same info. It will display driving directions but only if you use ford navigation. It does not interact with car play. The interior materials really do appear cheap, lots of plastic everywhere. Other than the accent panel that runs through the middle of the dash and a few pieces of leather on places you rest your arms on, it's all plastic. Adaptive cruise control works really well and I like that I can set the follow distance. Be careful on the highway, while trying to overtake with adaptive cruise active your vehicle may suddenly brake because of a semi or other slow moving vehicle up ahead. This has happened to me a few times and can be dangerous and unnerving if you drive aggressively. Parking assist is a cool feature and works as advertised most of the time. I've had a few instances where it tried to cram into too small of a spot and just stops after backing halfway in. High beams can be set to auto as well. So you can turn on auto lights and auto high beams and never touch either again, ever. Ford connect is an app you can download on your phone allowing you to remote start from the app. The app also displays lots of vehicle info, including tire pressure. With remote start, the climate control will default to where it was last set. Exterior trim scratches easily so be careful where you lean. I recommend the vehicle but only if you can get a good deal on it. It's pretty good at 30-32,000 but I wouldn't pay any more than that at the dealership.
      • Great little SUV

        By Googolovich on Wednesday, March 31, 2021

        4.0
        Got this Escape Titanium AWD for commuting. I drive 50 mi each way, 3 days a week. The active safety features were the big differentiator for me. CoPilot360 tech package with the adaptive cruise control is an absolute game changer. Parallel park assist is amazing. The vehicle is almost as comfortable as my full size pickup but with much better gas mileage. I would definitely recommend it.

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