New Ford Escape



Is it an SUV? Is it a car? By appearances, the redesigned 2020 Ford Escape looks like a little of both. Technically, this is just a mid-cycle refresh of the third-generation Escape. But this feels like a significant change. The new Escape is longer, lower, and wider than its predecessors. This is a smart move. In America’s rush to get into SUVs, we’ve left behind a lot of the beauty and advantages of four-door sedans. The 2020 Ford Escape seeks to embrace both worlds. So let’s take a look at the 60/40 blend of SUV and sedan that is the 2020 Ford Escape in this preview guide.

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