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Fully redesigned in 2020, the 2021 Ford Escape sees little changes for this model year. It is stylish, with some impressive features and powertrain options, as well as offering a solid performance.

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2020 Ford Escape vs Dodge Journey

The 2020 Ford Escape and 2020 Dodge Journey are two compact SUVs to compare when thinking about upgrading to a new SUV. But as you’ll find, Ford’s quality and performance, as well as comfortable ride, make the Escape a clear choice. Stop by Brighton Ford and let us take you for a ride today.

2020 Ford Escape vs Toyota RAV4

Ford’s fully redesigned 2020 Escape is fun to drive and is what shoppers are looking for in an SUV. The 2020 Toyota RAV4 is a contender to compare. Let’s compare the two to see which vehicle meets your needs. Come to Brighton Ford and they will take care of you.

2020 Ford Escape vs Buick Encore

If you are in the market for a compact SUV, the 2020 Ford Escape and 2020 Buick Encore are two compact SUVs to compare. Both stylish and offer some impressive features, but Ford is solid in its quality and performance.

Ford Escape vs Honda CR-V

With their sporty-yet-efficient performance and enough room for the whole family, the 2020 Ford Escape and Honda CR-V are close compact crossover competitors. Choosing between them can be tough, but our comparison guide is here to help.

2020 Ford Escape Denver Colorado

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.

2019 Ford EcoSport vs Escape

Subcompact or compact sport utility vehicle? Our parents never had to wrestle with these decisions. When SUVs first hit the streets, they were basically repurposed trucks, designed to tow, haul, and seat a bunch of people. Times have changed and you can get an SUV in just about any size you like, even down to the diminutive EcoSport. In this comparison guide, we’ll weigh the difference between a tiny SUV and a teeny-tiny SUV.

2019 Ford Escape vs Honda CR-V

If you were to ask the average person what they look for in a car, they'd probably say something like this: "A fair price for a good car, one that's fun to drive and has the best technology to make my road trip/commute fun." Is that too much to ask? We don't think so. In this article, we dive into the most popular class of automobiles in America: the compact sport utility vehicle.

2019 Ford Escape

2019 is just around the corner, and that means a new model year is rolling into dealerships near you. Escapes have sold more each year than the previous year for the past decade, so clearly it's hitting the mark with buyers. In this preview guide, we'll talk about what makes this smaller SUV so popular and what you can expect from the 2019 model.

2019 Ford Escape vs Chevrolet Equinox

At first glance, the 2019 Ford Escape and Chevrolet Equinox have a lot in common - like proficient power and sporty crossover utility. These compact crossovers are also known to deliver a comfortable trip.

2019 Ford Escape vs Nissan Rogue

In the 2019 Ford Escape and Nissan Rogue, you can expect hours of on-road comfort and high-tech peace of mind, courtesy of their roomy cabins and street-smart safety gear.

2018 Ford Escape vs Toyota RAV4

Just because you buy a smaller SUV doesn't mean you have to give up on the oomph. That's right, given the right model, you could find yourself sitting behind the wheel of a powerful sport utility vehicle. In this comparison guide, we take a look at two contenders: the 2018 Ford Escape and the Toyota RAV4.

2018 Ford Escape vs Nissan Rogue

The 2018 Ford Escape and Nissan Rogue are popular picks in the small crossover segment, delivering rich passenger comfort and sporty utility. Which of these models gives you everything you want in a crossover? Check out our comparison guide to learn more.

2018 Ford Escape vs Jeep Cherokee

In the small crossover class, the 2018 Ford Escape and Jeep Cherokee stand out with their sporty engine options and world-class infotainment options. If you're wondering which model gets the best fuel economy or supplies the most comfort, check out our comparison guide.

The Great Hail Sale 2018

Holy Hail! On June 19, 2018, storms rolling through Colorado created golf ball and baseball sized hail that fell in the greater Denver area. Most of us were left with dents, dings, and damage--and Brighton Ford was no exception. Nearly 90% of new and pre-owned vehicle inventory was affected by this storm.

2018 Ford EcoSport vs Ford Escape

Both the 2018 Ford EcoSport and Ford Escape appeal to drivers who crave impressive passenger space and sporty all-wheel-drive performance. Which is the right crossover for you? Check out our comparison guide to learn more about what makes these models kick.

2018 Ford Edge vs Ford Escape

The 2018 Ford Edge and Ford Escape are among the most popular crossovers on the road, albeit for slightly different reasons. The midsize Edge provides a little extra passenger space for growing kids, as well as a little extra power for passing and merging. The Escape caters to the urban crowd with its parking-friendly dimensions and balance of power and fuel economy.

2018 Ford Escape

Ever want to get away from it all? The compact Ford Escape will get you there, safe, sporty, satisfied, and with a lot of style.

2018 Ford Escape vs Chevrolet Equinox

Competition in the compact crossover segment is probably as fierce as it has ever been, based on the sheer numbers of buyers flocking to SUVs over sedans and minivans. The 2018 Ford Escape and the Chevy Equinox are two of the biggest names in the market right now, so let's see how they shape up against each other.

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