A new 2013 Ford Escape will be on sale this breakthrough promising spring fuel economy and enhanced convenience. Ford revealed the escape of 2013 with beautiful new style inside and out to the November 2011 Auto Show.
Economy of fuel for the 2013 Ford Escape should result in its class and improve the current model in up to 5 mpg, Ford said. The escape of 2012 Gets an estimated by EPA 22/28 mpg city/highway of its engine of 2.5 litres, therefore we interpret which means 2013 Ford Escape could top 32 mpg on the highway.
The new engines are covered by specially calibrated, 6-speed automatic Select Shift transmissions. Select manually control drivers can Shift gear selection at a switch on the left side of the shifter. Ford said the Select Shift automatic transmission features a new torque converter for improved driving feel, silky smooth shifts and better fuel consumption.
The standard engine will present an updated version of the 2.5-litre 4-cylinder, which will cost less, but less efficient. The 2.5-litre engine also comes with a new Select Shift automatic 6-speed.
Most noticeable on the 2013 will escape his sleek new styling. In addition to bringing fresh new looks, is the new design almost 10 percent more aerodynamic than the outgoing model, according to Ford.
The 2013 Ford Escape five seats. New interior styling is marked by an angular dash design.
Loading of cargo is easier with a low liftover height of 27 inches. Cargo volume surpasses that of the outgoing Escape, with cubical 68.1 feet of space behind the first row and 34.3 cubic feet behind the second row. That is something less than that of the brand new Honda CR-V, that 2012 70.9 cubic meters of cargo space with the back seats folded, 37.2 cubic feet offers behind the second row.
The rear seats in the 2013 Ford Escape are designed to flatten easy fold. With the touch of a button, the headrest folds down and the elevator of a handle on the seat, the adjustment system folds and diving as the seat folds flat and instead. A two-floor tax position can be configured for maximum luggage space or a flat load floor.
All-wheel drive will be available on the new escape, promises excellent handling and traction in winter conditions. Ford’s new intelligent 4WD system that is designed to achieve optimum torque to the tyres grip and driver input to directly distribute. Ford explained that the system analyzes data from 25 external signals, including wheel speed, throttle pedal and steering wheel angle, assessment of road conditions and driver input 20 times faster than the blink of an eye. The system uses to switch from the vehicle in the direction the driver wants to go all inputs of the sensor. Intelligent 4WD builds on the preventive actions by addition and subtraction torque, if necessary by means of an electromagnetic clutch.
The current generation of Escape is a beautiful compact SUV and the upcoming 2013 Ford Escape predicts to a leading contender in its class.