New and Used Escape Prices, Ford Escape Model Years and History

Ford Escape Models

2020 Ford Escape trims

2020 Escape

A new design brings the Ford 2020 Escape into new territory with increased legroom, better cargo space, off-road capabilities, and hybrid-combination models.

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2019 Ford Escape trims

2019 Escape

A 2019 Ford Escape is a spacious four-door SUV. The only drive types for this Escape are all-wheel and front-wheel drive.

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2018 Ford Escape trims

2018 Escape

Don’t let the compact size of the Escape fool you. This SUV has a lot going on.

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2017 Ford Escape trims

2017 Escape

The Ford model for SUVs is simple: make them reliable, feature-rich and affordable with options for upgrades. This nomenclature is seen in their best-selling Escape.

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2016 Ford Escape trims

2016 Escape

The compact and reliable Ford Escape SUV offers plenty of features for an entry-level crossover.

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2015 Ford Escape trims

2015 Escape

The Ford Escape is a cozy compact crossover SUV thatoffers plenty of high-tech amenities, boasts sportiness in its driving capability and features a comfortable cabin with ample storage space.

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2014 Ford Escape trims

2014 Escape

A compact crossover with advanced features and superior fuel economy, the 2014 Ford Escape covers all the bases without breaking the bank.

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2013 Ford Escape trims

2013 Escape

Completely redesigned for 2013, the Ford Escape is a compact crossover capable of achieving up to 33 miles per gallon.

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2012 Ford Escape trims

2012 Escape

A compact SUV with AWD, the 2012 Ford Escape is available in a hybrid trim level capable of 34 miles per gallon.

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2011 Ford Escape trims

2011 Escape

A compact-sized utility vehicle, the 2011 Ford Escape features excellent 5-passenger ergonomics and great fuel mileage.

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2010 Ford Escape trims

2010 Escape

A mid-size SUV with seating for five, the 2010 Ford Escape is a versatile vehicle that offers two gas engines or a hybrid powertrain good for 31 mpg hwy and 34 mpg city.

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2009 Ford Escape trims

2009 Escape

A compact crossover SUV with a hybrid version, the 2009 Ford Escape is noted for its fuel economy, comfortable interior and peppy performance.

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2008 Ford Escape trims

2008 Escape

A small SUV, the 2008 Ford Escape is available as a Hybrid which achieves about 34 mpg around town and 30 mpg on the highway.

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2007 Ford Escape trims

2007 Escape

A compact SUV with seating for five, the 2007 Ford Escape is available with a four-cylinder engine, six-cylinder engine, or a hybrid powertrain which is rated for 36 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.

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2006 Ford Escape trims

2006 Escape

A compact SUV with seating for five, the 2006 Ford Escape is available in a range of trims; from the base XLS up to the Hybrid version which is capable of 36 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.

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2005 Ford Escape trims

2005 Escape

A compact SUV with seating for five passengers, the 2005 Ford Escape now adds a brand-new Hybrid version to the lineup which is capable of 36 mpg city and 31 mpg highway.

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2004 Ford Escape trims

2004 Escape

A compact SUV with seating for up to five passengers, the 2004 Ford Escape offers similar style and utility as the popular Explorer but in a smaller package.

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2003 Ford Escape trims

2003 Escape

The 2003 Ford Escape is a compact SUV that seats up to five passengers and is rated at 28 mpg on the highway.

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About Escape

Entering the marketplace in 2001, the Ford Escape provided an important product for what would become a growing compact sport utility/crossover vehicle category. While appearing to be a full truck-based sport utility vehicle, the Ford Escape was actually constructed with the acknowledgement that many buyers do not need full off-roading capability. A 127-horsepower 2-liter Zetec four-cylinder engine was the only engine choice at launch of the Ford Escape offered with a two-wheel or four-wheel drivetrain. In 2003, a 3-liter Duratec V-6 powerplant option was extended to the Ford Escape.


Demonstrating high fuel economy, a gasoline/electric hybrid version of the Ford Escape was marketed starting in the 2005 model year. The base engine for the Ford Escape was enlarged to 2.3 liters in 2005. Restyled in 2008, the Ford Escape adopted a front-end appearance similar to the larger Explorer and Expedition sport utility vehicles.


A more powerful V-6 was added to the Ford Escape in 2009 and an improved Escape Hybrid was first released providing city fuel economy up to 34 mpg. Foregoing its sport utility vehicle look for the 2013 model year, a completely new Ford Escape debuted a more crossover physique. Powered by a base four-cylinder or a pair of option turbocharged EcoBoost engines, the 2013 Ford Escape was fitted with a variety of eye-catching features such as eco-friendly seat fabrics and an available hands-free liftgate. The V-6 engine and Hybrid version of the Ford Escape were discontinued for 2013.

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