Find the 2019 Ford Escape Owners Manual below. The 2019 Ford Escape is just the right SUV for comfy rides in all the terrains.
Are you looking for a car with elegant styling? Or perhaps you might be willing to buy a car that brought enormous success to its company. Either way, look no further as the 2019 Ford Escape would be your perfect match. Ford is one of the models that have contributed to the enormous success of Ford. The main reason behind the model’s success is its styling that gives a big hatchback look from the back instead of the traditional Ford truck look. It is a reliable SUV with a sleek design.
There are three engines available for the 2019 Ford Escape. One is the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that can produce 168 horsepower and 170 lb-ft. The other one is the powerful 2-liter engine that returns 275 horsepower. Lastly, for those looking for a powerful engine to do justice to the fuel bills, there is also a turbocharged 1.5-liter engine available that will return up to 175 horsepower.
Moving to the interiors, it has got easily accessible and operable switch controls. The height of the seats is accurate. You need not worry about facing any trouble in moving in and out of the seats. Narrow bolsters make the sliding process easy for the front seats. Also, the person in the driving seat would find a wide range of power adjustment features.
Even with the option of adjusting the seats too low or too high, they do not fail to give a sporty feel. There is a good cabin space in the model along with good legroom and headroom. Escape provides enough space to seat four passengers comfortably. However, accommodating five passengers might get tricky.
2019 Ford Escape Manual Features And Details
The look of the 2019 Ford Escape lies somewhere between a crossover SUV and a rugged liftback. It provides both a sleek and a taut appearance along with a fast roofline. There is also low ride height that gives it a pert look.
There are four trim levels available for the 2019 Ford Escape namely S, SE, SEL, and Titanium. S is the base model that includes cloth seats, sync infotainment system, power features, air conditioning, and a six-CD changer. Moving to SE, it has got satellite radio, Apple CarPlay, keyless ignition and entry, and heated front seats. SEL features a power tailgate, rear parking sensors, and leather upholstery. Last but not least is the titanium level that features a blind-spot monitor, HD radio, navigation, and many more upgraded features.
The setbacks of the model include dated dashboard design, poor fuel economy, and lackluster interior quality. Moreover, the touchscreen has got a glare hood that might make you press inaccurate controls. Cruise control buttons on the steering wheel also cause a little bit of difficulty operating when the drivers adjust the steering wheel.