22/29  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.1  Sec.
0-60 MPH
34-68  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Ford Escape?

Since Ford released the Escape in 2000, it has been a popular model for SUV shoppers to select from. Over the years, Ford has continuously improved the Escape with cosmetic and feature updates. If you are thinking about taking home the new 2019 model, you will enjoy access to a few new features depending on the trim that you select.

Now in its third generation, the 2019 Escape has not received interior or exterior design updates due to a recent facelift. However, if you select the SE or SEL trims, your new Escape will come with a keyless remote start as a standard feature. If you choose the high-end Titanium trim for 2019, your Escape will have an updated navigation system. Because the 2018 Escape was so well-designed, you may be thrilled to learn that many design elements and features carry forward to the new 2019 model.

2019 Ford Escape

2019 Escape Trim Options & Advanced Features

Throughout the interior and exterior, the new Escape is loaded with impressive features that improve your experience on the road. From lowest to highest, the trim options are the S, SE, SEL and Titanium, with a modest price variation between each trim.

If you decide to take home the base Escape S, your SUV will come with a voice recognition feature embedded within the infotainment system, power windows in the front and rear rows, a trip computer, blue ambient lighting in the interior, a manual liftgate, a single-zone climate control system, audio and cruise control buttons on the steering wheel and a few other features.

The 2019 Titanium trim is equipped with a hands-free power liftgate, power-adjustable front seats, leather interior, a heated steering wheel, a dual-zone climate control system, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a leather gear-shift knob and steering wheel, parking assistance, SiriusXM radio, a push-button ignition and more. All trims come with a body-colored rear spoiler. Advanced trims have an optional sunroof, upgraded tires, and improved wheels.

Power, Performance, & Capabilities

2019 Ford EscapePerformance capabilities are a concern for many of today's SUV buyers. Powertrain equipment varies by trim for the 2019 model year. The S trim is equipped with an IVCT, I4, 2.5-liter engine. Going up to the Titanium trim, you will benefit from an EcoBoost, TwinScroll, 2.0-liter engine that has an automatic start-stop function.

All trims share similar mechanical features. These include anti-lock brakes, power steering, a front and rear suspension, advanced traction and stability controls, an electric parking brake with brake assist, a SelectShift automatic transmission, curve control and an optional engine block heater.

Vehicle Safety & Protection Suite

2019 Ford EscapeThe Escape is an SUV model that you can feel comfortable driving around town in thanks to its many security and safety features. Standard and optional safety features vary by trim. Some of the many protective features available this year include: a tire pressure monitoring system, three-point adjustable safety harnesses, rear row child door locks, a keypad for keyless entry, a perimeter alarm, and remote keyless entry via a FOB.

A great way to appreciate the capabilities of the new Escape is to take a test drive soon. You can experience all the Escape offers behind the wheel during your test drive appointment. At Peoria Ford customer excellence and deliverance is our main priority. Call or visit us to take on the road with a new 2019 Ford Escape today!

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