New 2019 Ford Escape in Radcliff, KY



Explore the Ford Escape at Our Radcliff, KY Dealership

Back for a new model year, the latest compact Ford SUV remains the supremely versatile choice for commuters, weekend warriors, and extended vacationers here in central northern Kentucky. In fact, it's the whole package, with engine options spanning the gamut from high-efficiency to high-octane, an interior comfortable for the whole family yet configurable for cargo, with ample space for any adventure, and most of all, loads of the latest technologies, from safety to those in-cabin. Get to know all that the new Ford Escape has to offer right here at Knox Ford.

Quick Stats

  • Seats five
  • Two-wheel drive or Intelligent 4WD; up to 21 mpg city and 29 mpg highway depending on choice of trim and drivetrain
  • Trim levels: S, SE, SEL, Titanium
  • Safety features include an AdvanceTrac® system, RSC® (Roll Stability Control&#trade;), Curve Control, an advanced airbag network with a Personal Safety System&#trade; and Safety Canopy® System, an SOS Post-Crash Alert System&#trade;, tire-pressure monitoring, and a LATCH child seat restraint system
  • SYNC® and SYNC® 3 infotainment options, Wi-Fi hotspot access via SYNC Connect available 10-speaker Sony audio, and much more
  • Three engine choices available
  • Tow up to 2,000 pounds, or up to 3,500 pounds with a Class II Trailer Tow Package
  • Color options include Oxford White, White Platinum Metallic, Ingot Silver, White Gold, Cinnamon Glaze, Ruby Red Metallic, Blue Lightning Blue, Magnetic, and Shadow Black

Seating: A new Ford Escape accommodates five passengers comfortably in a choice of cloth or leather trim, available heated and power-adjustable in ten ways for both the driver and front passenger, with a reclining 60/40 split-folding seat in the back.

Drivetrain: Capable both on the road and off the beaten path, Escape offers a choice between a two-wheel drivetrain and an available Intelligent 4WD system, the latter making the most of traction for a firm grip over terrain.

Safety: Escape demonstrates the Ford commitment to your drive-time security. Available driver-assist options are in no short supply, ranging from adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with brake support, and a lane-keeping system to a BLIS® (Blind-Spot Information System), cross-traffic alert, and enhanced active park assist.

Technology: Keeping productive and connected on the go is a breeze in a new Escape. You can find voice control, AppLink&#trade; mobile app support, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, available voice-activated navigation with SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link update support, and more. Plus, it's all manageable via the FordPass app.

Performance: There's an engine for just about any driving preference or utility application in a new Ford Escape. Choose one of three:

  • Standard in Escape S, a 168-horsepower, 2.5-liter iVCT inline-four, paired with a six-speed SelectShift® automatic and ready to put out 170 pound-feet of torque
  • A mainstay in Escape SE and SEL, a 179-horsepower, 1.5-liter EcoBoost® I4, mated to the same auto transmission, prepared to dish 177 pound-feet of torque, and incorporating Auto Start-Stop Technologyfor efficiency
  • Under the hood in Titanium, a workhorse 245-horsepower, 2.0-liter EcoBoost in-line four-cylinder capable of 275 pound-feet of torque

If you'd like to check out more about Ford Escape, take the scenic route out from the nearby Elizabethtown to visit us here on South Dixie Highway in Radcliff. We'll be glad to take you out for a test drive.

2019 Ford Escape Trim Levels

Escape S

The new Ford Escape S heads out the gate with an efficient 2.5-liter iVCT I4 engine under the hood, paired with a six-speed SelectShift® automatic to deliver exceptional fuel efficiency. Count on up to 21 city mpg and 29 highway mpg by EPA estimates. You can also expect redundant layers of protection for the drive, afforded, for one, by the even footing of an AdvanceTrac® system with Roll Stability Control&#trade; (RSC®), Curve Control, traction control, and Torque Vectoring Control. You can also take peace of mind in an advanced Personal Safety System&#trade; with dual-stage front airbags, a Safety Canopy® system, and an SOS Post-Crash Alert System&#trade;. There's even a LATCH child seat anchor network to help secure young riders and a standard rearview camera to simplify parking. Moreover, SYNC® infotainment with enhanced voice recognition and a six-speaker audio system come along for the ride to keep you in control and entertained. Escape S Inventory

Escape SE

Activate its remote start system, or approach with Intelligent Access, step in, and tap push-button start, and you'll find the new Ford Escape SE heads into step-up territory. Its turbocharged 1.5-liter EcoBoost® engine employs Auto Start-Stop technology for improved fuel economy, for one -- expect up to 23 mpg city and 30 mpg highway by EPA estimates. But the SUV is also accommodating, with 10-way power driver seating with power lumbar adjustment, dual-zone electronic auto temperature control, an 8-inch SYNC® 3 infotainment touchscreen, SiriusXM Satellite Radio support, and SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link update compatibility. Escape SE Inventory

Escape SEL

LED signature lighting, dual chrome exhaust tips, and durable skid plates highlight the striking style of the new Ford Escape SEL, and they're just the beginning. A 1.5-liter EcoBoost® engine delivers even better mileage -- up to 23 mpg in cities and 30 mpg across highways. You'll be comfortable among them, too, owing to inviting ActiveX leather-trimmed seating accented by the pleasant feel of a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob. Plus, there's a Reverse Sensing System to make backing up and parking a breeze and a power liftgate to allow quick and easy access to a huge cargo hold.

Escape SEL Inventory

Escape Titanium

Reach the new Ford Escape Titanium, and you've reached the top of the line, not to mention fully loaded status. This trim charges toward adventure backed by the power of a twin-scroll turbocharged 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine. It still does well with gas, too, making possible up to an EPA-estimated 22 city mpg and 29 highway mpg. What's more, under ambient lighting, the cockpit and compartment show themselves geared for the pleasure cruise. Front seating comes heated, leather-trimmed, and power-adjustable in ten ways, flanked by the directional help of voice-activated touch-screen navigation and the road-trip soundtrack provided by a 10-speaker Sony audio system. Enhanced Active Park Assist makes slipping into place at your destination a matter of course, as does the hands-free, foot-activated liftgate simplify loading and unloading.

Escape Titanium

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