You might like the look of the 2017 Ford Escape and you might like the fact that it is safe and fun to drive. What you aren’t going to like is the price tag, so don’t look at it.
The 2017 Ford Escape comes with a price tag of $23, 600 and no, this isn’t for the top of the range, this is for the entry level vehicle. This means that you are going to have to pay this price out for the mid-level all-wheel drive SE and this is a vehicle that doesn’t offer up the sunroof.
If you want to add in the advanced safety equipment onto the 2017 Ford Escape you are going to have to go for the top Titanium trim and for the price of this you might as well go for the BMW X1.
If you don’t mind spending this kind of money on the 2017 Ford Escape then you are going to get a car that is a fun drive when compared to the rivals on the market. Ford has made some changes to the structure of the Escape and these include reinforcement of the driver door hinge pillar along with modifications to the front end. This took the IIHS small overlap rating from poor to acceptable.