The 2020 Escape got an upgrade inside and out, giving it a rounder appearance, changing package options, and modifying the base 1.5L engine. It pushes out way more power than the engine from the 2019 model and also brought in cylinder deactivation leading to improved fuel economy. The 2021 Escapee went through some minor changes and in this video you’ll learn all about the base “S” trim level of the 2021 Ford Escape. Steve from Cars with Steve will show you everything about the 1st and 2nd-row spacing, cargo dimensions, standard tech, and more!
2021 Escape S Reviewed: – 100a package – Iconic Silver exterior – Front Wheel Drive
00:00 – Introduction 01:00 – Exterior Styling 02:10 – Under the hood – engines, horsepower and torque 03:30 – Rear styling and key fob 04:10 – Liftgate and cargo dimensions 06:30 – Standard technology 06:55 – Fuel quality and economy 07:20 – 2nd-row space and features 08:45 – Drivers Door, Running Lamps and Driver’s Seat 09:45 – Steering Wheel and Instrument Cluster 16:00 – Sync Media Screen 22:00 – Center Stack and up overhead 24:30 – Test drive 28:15 – Final Thoughts and bloopers
The 2021 Ford Escape was built for an active lifestyle and offers plenty of options for you to hit the road in your own individual style. Feel like driving a hybrid? The Escape has two versions. There are also four different engines to choose from, with its hybrid 2.5L iVCT Atkinson-cycle I-4 engine having best-in-class fuel economy. Plus, there are 6 new packages to choose from and four new colors to make expressing yourself easy. And all of this adds to the fun of the Escape, with its solid reputation for delivering flexible cargo and passenger space, impressive towing, and standard and available tech for connectivity and confidence, all of which fit in nicely with its sporty good looks. It’s the 2021 Ford Escape, and it was designed and built to make an impression on you, your friends and even the competition.