The Ford Escape is a demonstrative representative of a highly popular 5-door compact crossover SUV class. And one of the most frequently asked questions is how big it actually is?
Well, it is not especially big but big enough for a compact crossover SUV. Here are the exact figures:
External dimensions of the new 2017 Ford Escape are as follows: wheelbase – 105.9 in., vehicle length – 178.1 in., vehicle height (without options) – 66.3 in., vehicle width with mirrors – 81.8 in., vehicle width without mirrors – 72.4 in., vehicle width with mirrors folded – 75 in., front track – 61.5 in., and rear track – 61.6 in. Almost every dimension is smaller than of the Mazda CX-5, for instance, which means the Ford Escape is more compact.
The interior feels spacious even taking into account that it is not as spacious as of the Mazda CX-5 (it is understandable – the latter is simply bigger). The exact figures are as follows: head room – 39.9 in. in the first row), 39 in. in the second row; leg room – 43.1 in. in the first row, 37.3 in. in the second row; hip room – 54.5 in. in the first row, 52.4 in. in the second row; and shoulder room – 55.9 in. in the first row, 55.2 in. in the second row.
2017 Ford Escape
The MSRP for the new 2017 Ford Escape starts at $23,600 for the S model, at $25,100 for SE model, and at $29,100 for the top-of-the-line Titanium model with a 2.0L EcoBoost engine with twin-scroll turbocharger instead of a basic 1.5L EcoBoost engine.