Used 2017 FordEscape S S FWD

  • VIN: 1FMCU0F74HUB73350
  • Stock: P10698GM
Ford Escape
  • Carfax Free

Detailed Specifications

  • Max seating capacity: 5

Dealer Notes

Scores 29 Highway MPG and 21 City MPG!  KBB.com 10 Best Used Compact SUVs Under $15,000, KBB.com 10 Best SUVs Under $25,000. This Ford Escape has a durable Regular Unleaded I-4 2.5 L/152 engine powering this Automatic transmission.

Get Your Money's Worth for this Ford Escape with These Options
Wheels: 17" Steel Wheel w/Sparkle Silver Cover, Variable intermittent wipers, Trip computer, Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic w/SelectShift, Transmission w/Oil Cooler, Tires: P235/55R17 A/S BSW -inc: Low-Rolling- Resistance, mini spare tire, Tailgate/Rear Door Lock Included w/Power Door Locks, Systems Monitor, SYNC Communications & Entertainment System -inc: enhanced voice recognition communication, 911 Assist, 4.2" LCD screen in center stack, AppLink and smart charging USB port, Strut Front Suspension w/Coil Springs.

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KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.1Out of 5
  • Nice quality and fun to own.

    By Cablecop on Sunday, February 04, 2018

    5.0
    My Escape is a 2016. Built in Kentucky. I have over 30,000 miles on it already. The wife and I are very happy with it. We are 67 years old and we shopped for small SUVs 60 miles south and 50 miles north. The milage is what continues to truly make us happy. Most driving is highway on cruise. We get 30-31 mph. The model is a SE with eco-boost. This model year has a very comfy full power drivers seat. The passenger seat is not power and is not as comfy. Remember, the car is now 3 years old and I read that the interior is even nicer. The rear cargo area with seats folded down is surprisingly, quite large. The paint job is a beautiful pearlescent deep white. The quietness on the highway surprised us. It came with Michelin X Green tires. So far no visible wear! You can adjust the tail gate to go up only as much as you like. 3 different buttons to raise or close it. On the outside door pillar is a keypad which lights up to open. Good if you lock your keys in the car, (and remember your code) Tire pressure warning if low. Very nice Sync 3. My model year on the SE did not come with GPS. Only 2 wishes. Better passenger seat and GPS. These probably are on the 2018. Avery nice car.
  • Love it so far

    By Blitz on Thursday, September 19, 2019

    4.0
    I had a 2010 Honda CR-V and it was a good SUV but getting old. I was going to buy another CR-V but they are having tons of problems now. If you look at Carcomplaints you will know what I am talking about. When researching the true-cost and similar tools to figure out what the best value is they never take in effect Dealer discounts and rebates. They show up on the lower trade in value for the final cost but they use the MSRP for initial cost. I bought a 2019 Escape SE for $8,000 off sticker. The similar equipped CR-V would cost $10,000 more easy. I have a lot of options including heated seats, XM radio, Keyless start and controls from Iphone. It has 911 assist and 2 years maintenance included (42,000 points) Will it last 200,000 miles probably not but I do not want to drive the same thing for 15 years anyway. I love it and it gets 32 mpg on the highway trips and 28 average. I have the 1.5 turbo so I do run the 89 octane because it makes this little lawnmower engine run like a v6. For the money you can not beat it. Would I buy it for MSRP? No way because at the end of the day its a throw away SUV but I think today's CR-Vs and RAV4s are throw away also and they do not discount them much. Ford = lower initial cost and lower resale or Toy & HO higher initial cost and higher resale. I think at the end of the day its a wash and I am keeping my $10K in the stock market.
  • 1 year without a single problem

    By laura on Tuesday, December 10, 2019

    5.0
    I bought my Escape used about a year ago and have put just over 20,000 additional miles on it. I have not had one single problem or concern. No weird noises. No warning lights. Just 100% Reliability. The only reason I went down a star on style is because I wish their was more storage up front. But the car itself has been wonderful. It cuts through snow like a dream. Gets great gas mileage too!

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