Find the 2018 Ford Escape Owners Manual below. The 2018 Ford Escape is just the right vehicle for comfy rides in all the terrains.
The 2018 Ford Escape Owners Manual has excellent handling of a hatchback. Looks are like those of a crossover. First of all, the Escape comes with the enormous 19” wheels and firm seats. The headroom and legroom are also enough. The buyers should not worry about the cargo space as well. Even the small storage spaces are enough to fit in all the stuff brought by passengers for the rides. Escape comes with an automatic park assist. It also has a tailgate that can be controlled by gestures and is easy to use. Instead of the old MyFord Touch, Escape now has an updated system with clear readouts, touchscreen, and quick responses.
Firstly, the base Escape comes with an inline-4 engine. It can produce 168 hp and 170-pound feet of torque. There is another 179 hp, the turbo-4 engine with better EPA scores, and smaller displacement. A 245 hp turbo, standard in Titanium trim, can be equipped for improved acceleration. All the models, except the base models, can have a 2.0liter turbo-4 engine.
The 2018 Ford Escape Manual is 178.1” in length and has a 105.9” wheelbase. The front legroom is 43.1” while the rear one is 37.3”. One can smoothly go for long road trips in the Escape without any complaints. The cargo space is about 34 cubic feet, and 68 cubic feet with folded rear seats.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s safety ratings are high. It has got the highest 5-star rating. However, the rollover resistance has got four stars. Although Escape could not score the Top Safety Pick Award, the IIHS ratings are reliable. The safety equipment includes automatic rear assist, front and rear parking sensors, blind-spot monitors, active lane control, and cruise control.
2018 Ford Escape Manual Features & Review
For safety, the Escape comes with navigation, forward-collision warnings, and automatic emergency braking. It also has a dual load floor. Moreover, the rearview camera is standard. The driver knee airbag helps the driver while driving the Escape. Also, there is a system that allows the drivers to alter the volume, speed, and other functions of the Escape.
Escape comes in four trims: S, SE, SEL, and Titanium. All of them come with all-wheel drives. The cost of Escape S is around $20,000. It also has a 4.2” center screen for infotainment. Escape S has the 17” wheels for the rides. It comes with a standard rearview camera, air conditioning, power features, cloth seats, and cruise control
On the other hand, the 2018 Ford Escape Manual SE comes with satellite radio, shift paddles, heated front seats, keypad entry, and automatic climate control. The SEL brings leather seats, rear parking sensors, and an even larger 9.0” touchscreen for a better infotainment system. The most expensive 2018 Ford Escape Owners Manual trim comes with the best features. It comes with a 12-speaker Sony audio system of 390watt, HD radio, power passenger seats, keyless ignition, rear parking sensor, blind-spot monitors, ambient lighting, rear park assist, 18: wheels, and LED signature lighting.
Putting a few bucks in would help to get a tow package that upgrades the headlights and trailer-sway control. One can equip the car with a panoramic roof, automatic park assist, remote start, and the aforementioned towing package. In that case, the price would reach around $40,000.
The dash takes up much space. Also, some people may not like the firm and thin seats that the Escape provides. The cockpit could have been better. Also, the base engines are not quick or efficient. The turbo-4 179hp is very noisy 2018 Ford Escape Owners Manual. Moreover, the complex cutlines take up a lot of passenger space. Lastly, the safety ratings are unsatisfying.