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2010 Ford Escape
2010 Ford Escape - Styles
The launch of Ford Escape in the 2000s was a runaway hit and went on to become one of the best-selli [...] 
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MSRP: From $21020 to $25795
Invoice: From $19904 to $25476
Fuel EconomyFuel Economy
(22 City / 28 Hwy mpg)
Overall: 8.1 Performance: 7.5
Exterior: N/A Interior: 7.3
Safety: 9.9 Reliability: 7

6 Style(s) available for 2010 Ford Escape.

2010 Ford Escape Overview.

The launch of Ford Escape in the 2000s was a runaway hit and went on to become one of the best-selling SUVs of the millennium decade. However, the 2010 Ford Escape SUV does not have too many innovative or interesting features that other competitor-rivals have. Starting with the telescopic steering wheel and backseat reclines and other features are just not there with the 2010 Ford Escape SUV. Similarly one would not find the 2010 Ford Escape SUV to be the most versatile or comfortable SUV when compared to other models of the same class offering better features and performance. Disadvantages in the form of unreliable brakes which do not work effectively as expected are another cause of disdain for this SUV and disc brakes in front with the old-fashioned ones at the back do not bring the 2010 Ford Escape SUV to a grinding halt unlike other smaller SUVs.

Nevertheless, not all are bad about the 2010 Ford Escape SUV and it does have its stash of goodies to boast of especially in the cabin and this is the saving grace of the 2010 Ford Escape SUV. Every aspect has been designed keeping in tune with technology, including the flawless integration of the user’s cell phone or iPod/ MP3 Player into the SUV’s control systems. If one decides to use the optional navigation system (which is found on almost all Ford Models), the 2010 Ford Escape SUV does offer real-time information from weather to traffic, movie timings to sport scores and much, much more. The newest element on the 2010 Ford Escape SUV is the MyKey feature which has been designed for parents especially those with teenage drivers in the family. This facility allows parents to set and control the electronic limitations on the SUV to curb the speed of vehicle and the stereo sound. The other remarkable feature is the Auto Park that gives the SUV control over the steering especially when parallel-parking exercises.

Overall, the completely stocked 2010 Ford Escape SUV has been designed to delight all those who have a penchant for the hottest in technology, where even minor flaws like the boxy-look can be overlooked.

Though buyers would not prefer the 2010 Ford Escape SUV for its box-like impressions and the similarity that it shares with the Ford Explorer, this SUV has maintained the Ford’s feature set and the driving gets to be a pleasant experience once you are accustomed to it. The latest features with the 2010 Ford Escape SUV would be the latest driver-side mirror which enhances the driver’s capability to check for the automobile’s blind spot. This SUV has optional features inclusive of a rear-view camera, parallel-parking (automatic) and also known as the “Auto Park” and a new feature called the “MyKey” that lets parents reduce the speed limit and audio sound for their teen-children drivers and the limited edition also has heated seats.

2010 Ford Escape Pros:

  • Six-speed automatic transmission responds well.
  • Fuel Economy is quite efficient with the four-cylinder.
  • Tech Options are the top of the class.
  • Safety features are commendable.

2010 Ford Escape Cons:

  • Refinement lacks overall.
  • At times the ride seems bumpy.
  • Not very comfortable Backseat.

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