Find the 2001 Ford Escape Owners Manual below. The 2001 Ford Escape is just the right SUV for comfy rides in all the terrains.
The 2001 Ford Escape Manual is essentially the compact sport utility vehicle you have been looking for. The Escape is Ford’s first car-based SUV and promises you a smooth ride with a sense of control. It is easy to handle on paved, unpaved, or tight roads.
The car has gas engines with a base engine of 2.0 l with Inline 4 cylinders. It also comes with an optional V6 engine which delivers quality acceleration performance.
2001 Ford Escape Owners Manual is spacious with split 60/40 rear seats which can accommodate up to five passengers. Rear passengers get 36.9 inches of legroom. With the rear seats removed, the car offers 68.5 cubic feet of cargo.
The car cabin is equipped with an optional six-disc in-dash CD changer and optional side airbags. You can enter and exit the vehicle with absolute ease due to low door sill height and wide door openings. There is also enough space for two mountain bikes with the liftgate closed. The audio system, ventilation, and air conditioning controls are positioned to be in easy reach of the driver.
The car comes with smooth and responsive brakes and also has optional anti-lock brakes (ABS). The Escape provides a surprisingly good transient response in a series of left-right-left corners. This permits quick, yet smooth, driving.
2001 Ford Escape Manual Features And Details
The 2001 Ford Escape Owners Manual has a four-door wagon, and the rear liftgate has a flip-up window that opens separately, as it does on Ford’s larger SUVs. The car has a look of confidence, ruggedness, agility, and fun and is wider than the other SUVs. The Short front and rear overhangs contribute to the appeal of the sport.
The 2001 Ford Escape Manual has easy to grab and strong outside door handles. The car comes with running boards for easy installation of kayaks, snowboards, and other toys on the roof rack. Escape has enough cargo space and room for five passengers.
The 2001 Ford Escape Owners Manual is available in two models-XLS and XLT. You can get a front-wheel drive or a four-wheel drive in each model. They come with a Ford’s four-cylinder Zetec engine. Escape XLS comes with higher standard equipment, power windows, air conditioning, and a stereo. Whereas you will get ABS, map lights, cruise control, better seats, and aluminum wheels in the XLT model. The XLT models come with Ford’s fully automatic Control Trac II system with a lockable center differential.
Reviewers face power steering and transmission problems with this model. Other than that, the affordability and durability of the 2001 Ford Escape Owners Manual make it a good attraction.