We have known that Ford has changed since 2011 when escape came out. For 2013, The Ford Escape is all-new,Other than modest revisions, the Ford Escape remained mostly unchanged for 12 model years but 2013 Ford Escape is still a mid-size sport-utility vehicle.

Back to the usfulness of Escape, the car to be a simple car-based SUV with boxy styling as well as an austere interior and A top until bottom redesign finally arrives for the 2013 model year.

the latest technology and style can be found into 2013 Ford Escape Titanium as the top trim of Ford Escape with an athletic looking exterior and a much improved interior.In 2013, the stakes are higher, as more buyers are purchasing small SUVs as their main family transport.

2013 Ford Escape Titanium more than usual SUV

Ford Escape has four trims levels there are S, SE, SEL and Titaniumwhich allow consumers to select the model with option packages that best suit their driving and budget needs. Based n the trim levels, of course 2013 Ford Escape Pricing has many variant.The least expensive 2013 Escape will be the S trim levelThe 2013 Escape S will start at $22,470, excluding options and destination charge, While a base Focus S is priced at $16,500.

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2013 Ford Escape Titanium more than usual SUV

For 2013 Ford Escape Titanium models with manual option isn’t available yet on the Focus configurator, but we’ll be on the lookout to see if Ford lowers the price for top-tier Focus drivers who want to do their own rowing. So, Ford Escape Titanium price started at $22,200 for the sedan and for the five-door, the price is about $22,700 both are subject to a $795 delivery fee.

2013 Ford Escape Titanium is dazzling SUV and the top drawer Titanium trim will shortly receive a manual option.we think the 2013 redesign was a bit overdue,Ford Escape simply looks better here at the LA Auto Show and Those chrome wheels, however, simply must go. for 2013, 2013 Ford Escape Titanium has been in production in the United States.

Our initial impressions of the more traditional CUV shape weren’t totally positiveas well as we’re growing fonder of Ford’s new compact crossover, even if it does just look like a super-sized Focus.

The redesigned Ford Escape offers the latest technology with an emphasis on fuel efficiency and utility.Ford Escape has the Intelligent Four-Wheel Drive puts 35 percent to 80 percent of the torque to the rear wheels, and constantly evaluates road conditions to adjust the split.

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2013 Ford Escape Titanium more than usual SUV

Though EPA fuel economy ratings will be released closer to the new Escape’s on-sale date, Ford estimates up to 5 mpg better than the current Escape. On the road 2013 Focus Titanium model Getting up to60 mph in 6.8 seconds and through the quarter-mile in 15.2 seconds at 88.8 mph with the AWD Titanium.

2013 Ford Escape Titanium more than usual SUV

2013 Ford Escape Titanium 4WD version has a big engine and will come with the full complement of Ford that include torque vectoring control, curve control, hill start assist, electronic brake assist, roll stability control, trailer sway control, and torque steer compensation.


The Competitor

Ford Escape is nice but expensive SUV is popular overseas.
2013 Ford Escape Titanium will compete with the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5 and Hyundai Santa Fe.The loaded Titaniummore than a loaded Subaru Forester turbo or Toyota RAV4 V6, and it is on par with a loaded Chevrolet Equinox LTZ V6 and it can even compete with uplevel sporty SUVs like the Audi Q5 2.0T.