Super fuel economy is awarded with any of the available three engines.
Fantastic selection of optional safety features for increased peace-of-mind on the road.
Cabin is quiet, clean, comfortable and contemporary.
Escape remains composed on curves and turns with minimal body roll.
High-performance tires on Titanium trim provide a more aggressive feel.
A ton of cargo space is available with all seats in place.
Rear seats easily fold with the touch of a one-touch lever.
Seats are padded yet supportive.
Blows the Subaru Forester and Kia Sportage away in interior refinement, and Mazda CX-5 and Honda CR-V can’t compete with the engine selections.
The hybrid option is no longer available, which was the main attraction for many consumers in the previous model.
Although it has a low MSRP, once you add on all the options that you want, it is one of the most expensive crossovers in its segment.
Minimal towing capacity is awarded, unless you upgrade to the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine.
The climate system is awkward to operate and misplaced in front of your gear selector.
Steering is definitely not spot on, especially when tacking curves and turns.
Ride could be a quite a bit smoother.